‘In a case of mistaken identity they put a bullet through his heart.’
That’s not Philip Larkin. Isn’t even the Beatles of ‘Annus Mirabilis’. It’s the Rolling Stones. 525 more words
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PLAY ME SOME VIEWS
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The turbulent 1960’s had come to a close. Two of the most beautiful, comforting songs ever released came to us in 1970; Let It Be from The Beatles, and this gem from Simon and Garfunkle: 94 more words
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My Dad's Albums
Two copies of this Ringo single. It’s always nice to have a back up but the one with the actual cover is in better condition. 89 more words
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Blog It or Lose It!
I grew up listening to the Beatles. In elementary school Sergeant Pepper was my favorite Beatles album. By the age of seven I’d completely memorized the lyrics. 138 more words
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Good Music. Good Life.
1954 : Bill Haley and his Comets’ “Shake, Rattle and Roll” (originally recorded by Big Joe Turner) hits #4 on the UK charts. It is the first rock song to make that chart. 171 more words
Steve reblogged this on Now This Is What I Would Call Music.
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By Ezra Marcus
Well, here’s a Christmas miracle for you: Paul McCartney is 72 years old and does not have gray hair.
That much was made clear when he appeared on The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, promoting his recent for video for “Hope for the Future.” 127 more words
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