The Beatles included “Please Mister Postman” as part of their live act in , performing it regularly at the Cavern Club. By the time it was recorded for their second album, With The Beatles, it had been dropped from their set, and required some work in the studio to bring it up to an acceptable standard. 9. Please Mr. Postman I'll Get You She Loves You tracks are the original Capitol stereo mixes Roll Over Beethoven Thank You Girl You Really Got A Hold On Me Devil In Her Heart Money You Can't Do That Long Tall Sally I Call Your Name Please Mr. Postman I'll Get You She Loves You. The Beatles - Sessionography 2 (Silent Sea SS & ) Lineage: SilverCDs--> EAC(secure)--> Flac--> you Disc 1 Abbey Road studio sessions for the With The Beatles Album, A Hard Day's Night Album and singles. 48 tracks in excellent sound progressive.dathistazahnmoditius.infoinfo: Worldofbootlegs.
That was more associated with finding out about yourself and your ego. It's more psychological than anything else. Meditation is a bit more gentle and much deeper. The way to approach the real YOU is through meditation or some form of Yoga. JOHN: Meditation doesn't actually change you, make you different in any way. It's just something beneficial which you can ADD to yourself, add to your routine. Whatever you are--you carry on. If you ask any of the Maharishi's people to give you a few laws for living by they'd be virtually the same as Christianity.
Christianity is the answer as much as this is. The first concept I had of a man in the sky, well, I kicked that one a few years ago BUT I'm coming back to that now because, yes, it's a man in the sky as well if you like, it's just every aspect of creation, all a part of God.
JOHN: Everything you read about, all the religions, are all the same basically. It's just a matter of people opening their minds up. I don't know how divine or super-human Maharishi is.
He was probably born quite ordinary but he's working at it. GEORGE: If everybody took up meditation it would help them to sort out their own problems, put their houses in order, if you like. People cause all the world's problems. So if people fix up their personal problems that's it, we're well on the way aren't we.
It's up to each individual, every person, to make his own move. JOHN: The main thing is it's simple. If you don't believe in meditation and you're cynical about it there's still no reason why you shouldn't try to find out WHAT you're so cynical about.
And the only way to find out is to learn about meditation and give it a try. THEN you'll have the right to condemn or otherwise. Labels: Ebbetts, PMC 1. Don't Bother Me Harrison 5. Till There Was You Willson 7. Roll Over Beethoven Berry 9. Devil In Her Heart Drapkin The Beatles have repeated the successful formula which made their first 'Please Please Me' LP into the fastest-selling album of Again they have set eight of their own original compositions alongside a batch of 'personal choice' pieces selected from the recorded repertoires of the American R.
What's Please Mr. Postman (Take 9 - Monitor Mix) - The Beatles - Sessionography Two: 1963-1964 is that we have two different in-line mixes for most of the second Melbourne show. We briefly toyed with the idea of combining them, but they didn't produce a satisfying stereo image. Some songs are incomplete. Labels: audiopurple chick.
Not that you can hear him very well on any of the surviving recordings. Although we compiled this series, as always, from the best sources Feelin Me - Crush - Misfortunes Of A Man could find, please don't assume we just lifted the audio. Everything has been cleaned up, speed corrected and equalized where necessary, although we always shy away from noise reduction.
Unfortunately the quality still varies from dire to delightful, but that's part of the appeal. If you buy them, that means somebody sold what they got for free. Concert This Boy First U. Nureyev in Paris utilised images Vollmer had taken of the star in ; While My Guitar Gently Weeps - The Jeff Healey Band - Hell To Pay Roots included photographs from his trips to Senegal and Gambia which was published with the endorsement of Alex Haley, author of Roots ; and finally Sex Appeala collection of candid, youthful images taken in Europe and America with an introduction by William S.
Rock 'N' Roll Timeshis book chronicling his early 'rocker' shots wasn't released until the following decade. I couldn't tell you why I took the photos when I did. It's so hard to explain. It's like a drive. For most great writers when they write, it comes Somebody Loves You - Dean Martin - Memories Are Made Of This they don't analyse, they don't construct sentences intellectually.
This is why they also say if you as a writer are too intellectual, you might destroy or suppress the instinctive, creative urge. For me, it's the same with photography. I never know why I take a World In Flames - 凛 - The End of Corruption World at a particular time because you can't know consciously as these moments pass so quickly; it is an instinctive action.
It's odd. You're always learning about yourself from what you produce creatively. If you allow creativity to come from that subconscious, Please Mr. Postman (Take 9 - Monitor Mix) - The Beatles - Sessionography Two: 1963-1964 matter, you are reaching inside to where you yourself Please Mr.
Postman (Take 9 - Monitor Mix) - The Beatles - Sessionography Two: 1963-1964 always know what is there. This is true for my art, for my photography. I want to go to Eric Clapton Interview - Cream - Farewell Concert Royal Albert Hall (DVD) essence of what life is all about, what people are all about and I think in my lifetime, I have achieved that with some of my images.
And these are the ones I'll always treasure. Misery McCartney-Lennon 3. Chains Goffin-King 5. Boys Dixon-Farrell 6. Twist And Shout Medley-Russell Recording first published George Harrison lead guitar John Lennon rhythm guitar Paul McCartney bass guitar Ringo Starr drums Original Liner Notes Pop picking is a fast 'n' furious business these days whether you are on the recording studio side listening out, or on the disc-counter side listening in.
As a record reviewer I find myself installed halfway in-between with an ear cocked in either direction. So far as Britain's record collecting public is concerned, The Beatles broke into earshot in October, My natural hometown interest in the group prevented me taking a totally unbiased view of their early success. The group's chances of national chart entry seemed much more remote. No other team had joined the best-sellers via a debut disc.
In all the busy years since pop singles first shrank from ten to seven inches I have never seen a British group leap to the forefront of the scene with such speed and energy. Please Mr. Postman (Take 9 - Monitor Mix) - The Beatles - Sessionography Two: 1963-1964 of the group spread themselves across the front pages of three national music papers. People inside and outside the record industry expressed tremendous interest in the new vocal and instrumental sounds which The Beatles had introduced.
Brian Matthew who has since brought The Beatles to many millions Please Mr. Postman (Take 9 - Monitor Mix) - The Beatles - Sessionography Two: 1963-1964 viewers and listeners in his "Thank Your Lucky Stars", "Saturday Club" and "Easy Beat" programmes describes the quartet as visually and musically the most exciting and accomplished group to emerge since The Shadows.
Disc reviewing, like disc producing, teaches one how to be wary about making long-term predictions. The hit parade isn't always dominated by the most worthy performances of the day so it is no good assuming that versatility counts for everything. It was during the recording of a Radio Luxembourg programme in the EMI Friday Spectacular series that I was finally convinced that The Beatles were about to enjoy the type of top-flight national fame which I had always believed that they deserved.
She got as far as John I cannot think of more than one other groupBritish or Americanwhich would be so readily identified and welcomed by the announcement of two Christian names. To me, this was the ultimate proof that The Beatles and not just one or two of their hit records had arrived at the uncommon peak-popularity point reserved for discdom's privileged few.
This brisk-selling disc went on to overtake all rivals when it bounced into the coveted Number One slot towards the end of February. Just over four months after the release of their very first record The Beatles had become triumphant chart-toppers!
Producer George Martin has never had any headaches over choice of songs for The Beatles. Their own built-in tunesmith team of John Lennon and Paul McCartney has already tucked away enough self-penned numbers to maintain a steady output of all-original singles from now until ! Between them The Beatles adopt a do-it-yourself approach from the very beginning.
Bernard Benoit - Guitare Celtique write their own lyrics, design and eventually build their own instrumental backdrops and work out their own vocal arrangements. Their music is wild, pungent, hard-hitting, uninhibited The do-it-yourself angle ensures complete originality at all stages of the process. Although so many people suggest without closer definition that The Beatles have a trans-Atlantic style, their only real influence has been from the unique brand California - Sylvie Vartan - Portrait Rhythm and Blues folk music which abounds on the Merseyside and which The Beatles themselves have helped pioneer since their formation in This record comprises eight Lennon-McCartney compositions in addition to While You Were Sleeping - Frogg Cafe - Frogg Cafe other numbers which have become firm love-performance favourites in The Beatles' varied repertoire.
The Beatles - Anthropology. Some Other Guy live - The Cavern Club, Liverpool. The Cavern Club. Red Hot live, partial - Their last night at the Star-Club, Hamburg. Abbey Road Studio 2, London.
I Saw Her Standing There live - 7. Long Tall Sally live - 8. Drop In live, partial - Narren-teatern Grona Lund, Stockholm. From Me To You live - Princes Of Wales Theatre, London. Sie Liebt Dich, take 10 - Pathe Marconi Studios, Paris. Late morning-early afternoon. I Saw Her Standing There live - Please Please Me live - She Loves You live - Washington Coliseum, Washington, DC.
I Should Have Known Better, take 8 - I Should Have Known Better, take 11 partial - And I Love Her, take 11 partial - Tell Me Why, take 4 - I'll Be Back, take 12 - I'll Be Back, take 13 - I'll Be Back, take 14 - I'll Be Back, take 15 chat only - You Can't Do That live - Festival Hall, Melbourne. Moonlight, take 1 - Moonlight, take 2 partial - No Reply, take 1 - What You're Doing, take 5 - I'm A Loser live - Palais Des Sports, Paris. ABC Theatre, Blackpool.
I Feel Fine live - Baby's In Black live - I'm Down live - Shea Stadium, New York City. Abbey Road Studio 3, London. Nowhere Man live - Circus-Krone Bau, Munich. Rock And Roll Music live - Yesterday live - Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo.
Kite, take? All You Need Is Love, take? Abbey Road Studio 1, London. Don't Pass Me By, take 3 partial - Good Night, take? Sexy Sadie, take 28 partial - While My Guitar Gently Weeps, take 1 partial - Mother Nature's Son, take? What's The New Mary Jane, take 2 partial - Rocky Raccoon, take The Sign (Long Version) - Ace Of Base - The Sign partial - By George!
It's The David Frost Theme live - Revolution live - Twickenham Film Studios, London. I Will, take? Piggies, take? Abbey Road Studios, London. I'm So Tired, take 14 partial - Time unknown. Julia, take? For You Blue, take?
Apple Studios, London. I would like to go on the roof Rooftop of Apple Studios, London. Let It Be, take? The Threatles at Paul's home.
Labels: audiobootlegssilent sea. Hip Hop - Eminem & D 12* - Eminem & D 12 MP3 Beatles in Hamburg: Photographs Pauli in A teenage band form Liverpool called The Beatles, in black leather jackets, pointed shoes and Elvis quiff, played rock 'n' roll. Very young, completely unknown and still five of them, without Ringo: cool John; Paul, the charmer; Stuart Sutcliffe; Pete Best; and George, a 17 year old minor who had to leave the club at 10 p.
Fascinated, Vollmer and his friends came back every night of the two-month gig. And when The Beatles returned to Hamburg inVollmer brought a camera to take--and partly stage--the pictures published in this nostalgic dream book. In his introductory note, Vollmer recollects his memorable encounter forty years ago. Yellow Submarine 9. Paperback Writer Eleanor Rigby Once There Was a Way This heralded the start of his uniquely intimate but tumultuous two-and-a-half year relationship with the world's most famous band: a period in which he chronicled the amazing excesses of Beatlemania in a style unmatched by any other photographer.
Harry Benson chronicled the eye of the hurricane: four young men who caused a phenomenon the likes of which had never been seen before — nor since. Over a glittering year career Harry Benson has covered the central events and personalities of our time.
His unforgettable images have found their way onto the pages and often the covers of such major magazines as Life, Vanity Fair, the New Yorker and People. He has twice been named magazine photographer of the year by the National Press Photographers Association.
Monday, August 11, The Beatles - Help! The Beatles - Soul Sessions. Label: Silent Sea Productions, ss We Can Work It Out - home demo partial 2. Michelle - home tape, instrumental Both of these McCartney productions were probably recorded at Paul's home in St. John's Wood. The first track, most likely taped in September or October ofwas given to John, who recorded over the last half of the song.
Though home tapes of the second song go back as far asthis particular pass at the tune is usually dated around this time. Day Tripper - take 1, RS'82 4. Day Tripper - take 2, RS'82 5.
Day Tripper - take 3, RS'82 The complete session tape see Disc Two, Track 16with two breakdown attempts at the rhythm tracks and the final, overdubbed take 3 - all mixed to stereo in by Abbey Road engineer John Barrett for his own enjoyment. We Can Work It Out - take 2, rough mix 8. Sandwiched between two John Barrett stereo mixes is a rough mix of the track as it stood at the end of the October 20th session, before further overdubs. At the time, the only remix the track received was on November 30th, when they produced mono remix RM1 Track Abbey Road engineer John Barrett made the stereo mixes heard here in for his own enjoyment.
In the track received a new stereo remix and was severely edited for the "Anthology 2" CD release Track Girl - take 2, backing tracks, partial monitor mix From John's personal tape collection comes this monitor mix of the instrumental tracks for his ballad. In My Life - take 3, rough mix partial This undocumented rough mix see Disc Two, Track 11features a piano part that was later replaced.
Run For Your Life - take 1, chat only Run For Your Life - take 5, rough mix partial The first item is just the engineer calling out the take number, while the second features John's original guide vocal, predates the addition of backup vocals see Disc Two, Track 14and has been artificially lengthened a bit at the end by a previous bootlegger. The "Think For Yourself" vocal overdub session excerpts Presented here is the tape copy made for that purpose, editing out the actual overdubs and leaving only the between-take chat.
For your convenience, we've divided the minute tape up into its component fragments. One six-second bit from "fragment 9" was eventually used in the Yellow Submarine film soundtrack in Mixing the "Rubber Soul" outtake It then sat untouched Proclamation - Gentle Giant - The Power And The Glory by John Barrett, see Tracks until it was remixed to stereo and given a surprisingly clumsy edit in for release on the "Anthology 2" CD collection.
Drive My Car - take 4, RM1 The album opener was taped in one session on October 13th,the first Beatle session to run past midnight. They started with four takes of the rhythm tracks with John on tambourine instead of guitarthe fourth being the only complete one. Onto it were layered lead vocals by Paul and John and backup vocal by George, plus piano by Paul and Ringo on cowbell.
The original stereo mix featured a louder cowbell than the mono mix, while the stereo remix done for CD moved the vocals to the center and added some reverb.
Norwegian Wood This Bird Has Flown - take 4, RM1 Recording began on October 12th when they produced the finished take 1, with a double-tracked Lennon vocal, acoustic guitar by John, a double-tracked Harrison sitar, backup vocals by Paul, and Ringo forsaking drums for finger cymbals, tambourine and maracas see Disc One, Track Nine days later, on the 21st, they remade the song, taping takes Take two see Disc One, Track 13 had a sitar intro and no drums or bass, take 3 had two acoustic guitars and bass, and take four, the keeper see Disc One, Track 14used the acoustic guitar opening introduced in take 3 and brought back the sitar, along with Ringo on tambourine.
They produced the mono remix, RM1, on October 25th, and on the following day came the stereo remix, RS1. In the mono mix, you can hear a cough after the line, "she told me to sit anywhere. It took only two takes to get a best rhythm track with John on tambourine instead Its Late - Queen - Queen guitarto which they added Paul's lead vocal and piano and backup vocals from John and George.
On November 15th they produced the mono and stereo remixes, RM1 and RS1, with the mono mix slightly longer than the stereo. The stereo CD remix moved the vocal to the center.
Nowhere Man - take 4, RM1 Recording began on October 21st with the taping of takes the first a false start. These were rhythm track takes, but with a three-part high register harmony intro from John, Paul and George. A remake was begun the next day, when they taped takes of the rhythm tracks, with John on acoustic guitar. Calling take four the "best," onto it were overdubbed vocals, with a lead by John and backups by Paul and George. The mono remix, RM1, was produced on October 25th, and the next day they put together the stereo remix, RS1.
In that original stereo remix, all the vocals are in one channel, while the stereo CD remix spreads them across the stereo space, adds some reverb, and moves the drums more toward the center.
The final master included the usual lineup plus a fuzz bass, tambourine John, who didn't play guitarmaracas Ringo and electric piano. George provided the lead vocal, while he, John and Paul sang backup. George Martin, knowing that Shut Your Eyes - Snow Patrol - Eyes Open night's work also had to produce the material Lament (Grannys Song) - Westwind International Folk Ensemble - Traditional American Folk Music the Christmas EP, left the tape running all through the overdubbing of the backup vocals, when all but Ringo were on mike see Disc One, Tracksbut in the end none of the material was usable, and after finishing this song they taped "The Beatles Christmas Record," takes The next day they produced mono and stereo remixes RM1 and RS1.
The stereo CD remix moved the fuzz bass a little more towards the center. The Word - take 3, RM1 John's song was recorded in three takes on November 10th, with Paul adding a piano track, George Martin contributing harmonium and Ringo shaking maracas onto take 3, which was also treated to a Lennon lead vocal and backup vocals from Paul and George. The next day they produced mono and stereo remixes, RM1 and RS1, then on November 15th they improved on the stereo remix, producing RS2.
The stereo CD remix moves the maracas to the center of the stereo "window. Michelle - take 2, RM2 Paul's ballad was recorded on November 3rd.
They only needed one take to perfect the rhythm tracks, with John and George switching to acoustic guitars. A reduction mix of take one produced take two, onto which they overdubbed Paul's lead vocal and more Travellin Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd - Lyve From Steel Town (DVD). Like the early stereo mix of "The Word" see Track 6this tape went off to Capitol and was released on the American "Rubber Soul" mono album.
On November 15th they produced a second mono remix, RM2, with the percussion not quite as loud as it was on RM1. Both mono remixes are slightly longer than RS1. The stereo CD remix moves the vocals and guitar more toward Go Down On Me - River City Rapists - Love Hurts center.
What Goes On - take 1, RM1 The song that was Ringo's vocal contribution to the LP was actually first tried out more than two years earlier, when they'd considered recording it during the March 5th, sessions that yielded the unreleased "One After Onto this they overdubbed Ringo's lead vocal, with backups from John and Paul. Mono and stereo remixes, RM1 and RS1, were produced on November 9th, with the stereo version including a final guitar fill not heard on RM1. The stereo CD remix combines the two guitars that open the song into one channel, while RS1 separates them.
They taped two takes of the rhythm tracks, with John on acoustic guitar and no Georgethen onto take two they added George's sitar, John's lead vocal and Paul and George's backup "tit, tit, tit" vocals. Also added was George playing a fuzz guitar part, but it was mixed out of the releases. And that mixing process took place on November 15th, when they produced mono remix RM1 and stereo remix RS1. That original stereo remix had all the vocals in one channel; the "Love Songs" stereo remix see Track 26 moved them all toward the center while on the stereo CD remix the vocals were spread across the stereo space.
Lead vocals came from Paul, John played acoustic guitar, Ringo was on the Hammond organ and probably added the maracas. On November 6th, they took another stab at the song, taping takes Still unsatisfied, on November 10th it was time for a re-make, and take 4 with two Lazy River - Various - Trzeszcząca Płyta 6 starts was the keeper, with John again on acoustic guitar and George on tambourine.
The next day, November 11th, they added Paul's lead and John's backup vocals. Mono and stereo remixes, RM1 and RS1, were produced on November 15th, with the mono remix running slightly longer. While RS1 has all the vocals in one channel, the stereo CD remix spreads them out, and moves the handclaps to the center. In My Life - take 3, RM1 Recording of John's song began on October Avant Nous - Edith Piaf - DeLuxe Collection MP3, when they taped takeswith a lead vocal by John who didn't play guitarbackup vocals by Paul, and someone on tambourine.
At this point, the song's middle eight contained a scratch piano part see Disc One, Track 15 to be replaced later. This was done by George Martin on October 22nd. First he tried a Hammond organ part, then a piano. Finally, he decided to do the overdub with the tape playing at half speed, so that the piano part would be speeded up on playback. The mono remix, RM1, was produced on October 25th, and on the next day they did the stereo remix, RS1. The stereo CD remix splits the vocals between the channels, while RS1 has them all in one channel.
In a new stereo remix was prepared for the soundtrack to the "Imagine: John Lennon" film see Track Wait - take 4, RM2 The basic rhythm and vocal tracks for this number were actually recorded during the "Help!
A first mono remix, RM1, was produced on June 18th. Five months later, on November 11th the last day of "Rubber Soul" sessions the number was pulled from the vaults and completed by adding tone pedal guitar, tambourine Johnmaracas Ringo and more vocals John and Paul. Where RS1 has the vocals on one channel, the stereo CD remix moves them into the center.
If I Needed Someone - take 1, RM1 George's song was begun on October 16th, when they recorded the basic rhythm tracks in one take. Two days later they added George's lead vocal, backup vocals from John and Paul, and Ringo's tambourine. The mono remix, RM1, was produced on October 25th, while the next day saw production of the stereo remix, RS1.
That original stereo remix had all the vocals in one channel, while the stereo CD remix moved the lead vocal to the center, leaving the background vocals in one channel. First taping takes of the rhythm tracks and John's guide vocal see Disc One, Tracksto take Please Mr. Postman (Take 9 - Monitor Mix) - The Beatles - Sessionography Two: 1963-1964 they added lead vocal and Prima Pagina - Orietta Delli E La Sua Orchestra - Vento DAutunno guitar Johnbacking vocals Paul and George and tambourine George Martin.
The song was not mixed until almost a month later, when they produced mono remix RM1 Gelbe Rose (Yellow Rose Of Texas) - Auricher Shanty-Chor - Matrosen, Deerns Un Solten See November 9th and stereo remix RS1 the next day.
The stereo CD remix moved the lead vocal toward the center and mixed out the thump heard during the break on RS1. The "Rubber Soul" era single We Can Work It Out - take 2, RM2 Paul's contribution to their first double A-sided single was begun on October 20th, when they recorded two takes of the rhythm tracks, with John on acoustic guitar and George on tambourine.
Onto take two they overdubbed Paul's lead vocal and backup vocals and harmonium by John. Listening to that RM1 convinced them that the track needed more work, and on October 29th they added more vocals to take two, then produced mono remix RM2. The first stereo remix, RS1, was produced on November 10th and was sent to Capitol for use on the "Yesterday and Today" album see Track Exactly one year later, on November 10th,a new stereo remix, RS2, was produced for the "Collection of Beatles Oldies" album.
RS2 has the harmonium on one channel throughout the song, while RS1 has it on one channel during the verses but centered during the chorus. Day Tripper - take 3, RM2 On October 16th they recorded John's contribution to the single, starting with three takes of the rhythm tracks. Onto take three were added shared lead and backup vocals by John and Paul. The first mono remix, RM1, was produced on October 25th, and the next day they produced the first stereo remix, RS1, which went off to Capitol for the "Yesterday and Today" album see Track RS2 starts off with two guitars playing, Krāsainās Lāses - Gunārs Rozenbergs - Laura RS1 starts off with just one guitar then fades in the other.
Where there is a tape dropout during the line "tried to please her," RS1 fades cleanly in out, while RS2 fades up on a guitar note. In addition, RS2 has more reverb than RS1, and a vocal mistake near the end, uncorrected in RS1, is corrected in RS2 by creating an annoying new dropout. In the mono remix, RM1, this mistake is mixed down, but not entirely out, the earlier dropout is corrected by grafting in a replacement segment, and the track runs just a tad longer than the stereo mixes.
Mixing the "Rubber Soul" alternate takes Other "Rubber Soul" era mixes Girl - take 2, RS'77 In My Life - take 3, RS'88 Gathered here are three "after-the-fact" stereo remixes, the first two prepared in for the "Love Songs" album, and the third in for the "Imagine: John Lennon" film soundtrack.
Liner notes: Miles Hai. Acrobats, jugglers, red-nosed comedians. But the rafters were never stretched so high as the Saturday afternoon the Beatles called in. The walls and the roof fairly bulged. For the Granville is now a television studio. And it was used by ace producer Jack Good to tele-record a special British edition of his wham-bang "Shindig" show, a top-rated American programme. The Beatles topped. The audience jam-packed. And the excitement was intense. On the spot to see it all: Beatles Book picture man LeslieBryce and yours truly.
George Harrison ambled over for a chat. And ask him what the Beatles are going to do in the show. Just the three. Jack said 'Great'--so it's IN. Henry Burr Dardanella Gallagher and Mr. Sweet Mystery of Life Let It Snow! What It Seemed to Be That Cigarette Ben E. Booker T. I Should Have Known Better (True Stereo Version) - The Beatles - Alternate Rarities 4 the Name of Love Tambourine Man To Everything There Is a Season Lipps Inc.
Coolio with L. Louis Blues Sweet As Apple Cider Jeannie C. Blackstreet with Dr. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Labels: best songsbest songs all timeDMDB topsongs of the centurytop songstop songs all time 12 comments: Unknown August 10, at PM Absolutely my favorite list of songs and is ultimately the granddaddy of song lists!!!
Nice work and I wanna keep it!!! Are you a teeny bopper that works for rolling stone? Because that's what your list makes you look like. This comment doesn't make sense on three levels. You say this makes me look like a teeny bopper who works for Rolling Stone. As I explain in the first paragraph, this is an aggregate of hundreds of best-of lists. Wouldn't a teenager's choices be largely confined to music of the 21st century? That would exclude more Travellin Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd - Lyve From Steel Town (DVD) songs on this list from the average teenager's consideration.
It'd be cool to see a list of the top non-english songs of all time. Thank you for taking the time to compile this amazing list. I plan on making a playlist and I was hoping that you can create a changelog of any new songs when you update this list in the future so I don't miss out on anything.
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It was on this day as well, in a session lasting just under an hour, that the production team worked in the Studio Three control room to mix 'Strawberry Fields Forever' into stereo for the first time. A single remix of take 7 (RS1) and two remixes of Take 26 (RS2 & RS4) were completed.
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