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Nov 14 2008, 2h31 por rockrobster23If like me you are or have ever been a mixtape maker, you know that the most devastating words you can ever hear while your tape is playing are, "Let's put on something else." And the most devastating time to hear those words is midway through side 1, when you have started to think that your audience is maybe, probably digging the fruit of your labors bent over the cassette deck. During the first or second song, a rejection only indicates (you tell yourself) "you just don't like the concept!" and you say, "That's OK, let's try this other one." But midway through side 1, you've already eroded your credibility, and someone else is going to seize control, which means you have lost power.
Yes, I am a mixtape authoritarian, but having never employed a personal security force of gentlemen in brown shirts, I bow to the will of the people when their will is made manifest, such as through irritated comments like, "What is this shit, anyway?"
Out 22 2008, 7h07 por bangbangbarbiex1) Within You, Without You
"Try to realize it's all within yourself/No one else can make you change/And to see you're really only very small/And life flows ON within you and without you.
2) You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
How could she say to me/Love will find a way/Gather round all you clowns
3) Revolution 1
We all want to change the world/But when you talk about destruction/Don't you know you can count me out
4) Happiness Is a Warm Gun
Lying with his eyes while his hands are busy working overtime/A soap impression of his wife which he ate and donated to the National Trust
5) Cry Baby Cry
The king was in the garden picking flowers for a friend who came to play/The queen was in the playroom painting pictures for the childrens holiday.
6) Ticket to Ride
She said that living with me was bringing her down yeah./She would never be free when I was around.
Because the sky is blue, it makes me cry
8) Glass Onion
Ago 15 2008, 19h53 por sablespecterThe Beatles / Get Back / Let It Be (12) / May 1970
It's Beatles Week! Day 7: The Latter Years and The End
The strain and tensions and somewhat divisive reactions experienced during the middle years for sure came from the combined pressure of the write-record-tour schedule and the massive success & fame that didn't allow them to go unrecognized and free in their lives. Eliminating touring no doubt eased the pressure on the schedule, but it only created space that began to move them in different directions. The schism began to appear between Paul McCartney and John Lennon with the death of Brian Epstein in the summer of 1967.
With Brian's death there was no overseeing influence to bring them together and help them meld ideas into a common purpose. Paul immediately saw that someone needed to step into that role to hold the band together. He took that role himself. Immediately he brought the idea for Magical Mystery Tour, which turned out to be a flop and widely considered the band's first failure. …
Mai 30 2008, 22h20 por Bawm79Some statistics of my Beatles iTunes song top 79 (****/*****), as of 30-5-2008:
Number of songs (mostly) written by Paul McCartney: 25
Number of songs (mostly) written by John Lennon: 29
Number of songs written (almost) equally by both: 16
Number of songs written by George Harrison: 8
Number of songs written by Ringo Starr: 0
So slightly more Lennon than McCartney, quite a lot of Harrison compared to the relatively few number of songs he has written for the Beatles and no Starr at all.
The album with the most top positions is 'The White Album', with 16, but of course, being a double album this is somewhat expected. The somewhat overrated Abbey Road only has 7 positions though.
Scoring second, at the moment, is Rubber Soul with 9 positions, followed by Revolver and the aforementioned Abbey Road. The annoyingly overrated Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band only has 4 positions in my top 79. Lowest scoring album is Yellow Submarine, with just one position: Hey Bulldog.
Abr 29 2008, 18h20 por JoshoewaaPut your player on shuffle and answer the questions as the songs are played...
1. What song best represents my personality?
Song: Something in the Way
Comment: Oh, so there's something wrong with my personality?!
2. What song will be played on my funeral?
Comment: Not bad. Shows my clock is up!
3. Will I ever love somebody?
Song: Last Night
Artist: The Strokes
Comment: So, I only love someone for one night then leave them? I ain't the type of person! :(
4. Will I be successful in life?
Comment: So I'll take Dares but will they be successful?!
5. Will I get married even if my love life is out of shape?
Song: Quantum Theory
Artist: Jarvis Cocker
Comment: Theory? WHAT THEORY?!
6. Will anyone accept me as who I am?
Song: He Said He Loved Me
Artist: Reverand and the Makers
Comment: So, he did? But not anymore?! And woahhh, what am I talking about, I AINT GAY!
Abr 14 2008, 13h58 por Jedi_Amaramatchbox twenty - rod laver arena, melbourne, 11 april 2008
How Far We've Come
If I Fall
I'll Believe You When
Back 2 Good
If You're Gone
Can't Let You Go
So Sad So Lonely
She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
All Your Reasons
Need You Tonight
Mar 29 2008, 17h43 por diceliving76http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2269/2359250272_37bf36393f.jpg
The Stands – The Way She Does
The Horrors – She Is The New Thing
The Beatles – She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
Ramones – She's the One
Led Zeppelin – The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair
Arctic Monkeys – Bet She Looks Good On The Dancefloor
Ramones – Tomorrow She Goes Away
The La's – There She Goes
The Raconteurs – Steady As She Goes
Ramones – She Talks to Rainbows
The Subways – She Sun
The Beatles – She Said She Said
The Kooks – She Moves in Her Own Way
Bob Dylan – She Belongs to Me (alternate take)
The Gun Club – She's Like Heroin to Me
The Beatles – She's Leaving Home
Bloc Party – She's Hearing Voices
Guillemots – She's Evil
The Young Knives – She's Attracted To (Radio Edit)
The Verve – She's a Superstar
Ramones – She's a Sensation
Green Day – She's a Rebel
The Adored – She's a Boy