• The Beatles v3: Jammed Lemons Are My Favorite Fruit
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[QUOTE=IQ-Guldfisk;34849750]Do you know left for dead? It's a 4 player co-operative zombie shooter where you are 4 guys whose goal is to survive the zombie apocalypse. That image is just if the made the third game and that it should be like the comments, although yes they are quite off some of them.[/QUOTE] Yeah it's just 4chan is terrible, is what I was getting at. :v:
Oh my bad, well the George Harrison image is name LaughingRingo.jpg so yeah 4chan is pretty bad.
that's the joke, though. obviously that's George. Some channers will just put silly shit like that to appear "blatantly oblivious" for shits and giggles. I've seen it with a picture of the Beatles and it says the Rolling Stones, vice versa, etc. The only thing fucking dumb was John saying the blisters line.
Happy birthday, George.
Hey did the beatles use any live recorded song from the rooftop into the actual album? Because someone I know are stating that they did but in the anthology they said that they used indoor studio recorded songs for the album.
Get Back was definitely live I reckon. [editline]26th February 2012[/editline] okay nevermind it was only snippets of the live.
I know that in the end of get back they have John saying "I'd like to thank the *something*, I hope we passed the audition" but to me it sounds edited in, you could be right however.
It was poorly recorded. But what I want to know is why the recording equipment was so poor at that stage of their career. Yes, Let It Be Naked sounds brilliant but that's all thanks to updated technology.
So I didn't think I've listened to the Beatles much in a long long time and then I saw this. [img]http://i54.tinypic.com/r9fthh.png[/img] I guess I have. :v:
[QUOTE=IQ-Guldfisk;34875807]Hey did the beatles use any live recorded song from the rooftop into the actual album? Because someone I know are stating that they did but in the anthology they said that they used indoor studio recorded songs for the album.[/QUOTE] One After 909 was the live version from the rooftop
Plastic Ono Band is the best Beatles album ever!
[QUOTE=Stockers678;34891478]Plastic Ono Band is the best Beatles album ever![/QUOTE] which, yoko or john?
[QUOTE=AK'z;34891481]which, yoko or john?[/QUOTE] John, silly!
[QUOTE=Stockers678;34892754]John, silly![/QUOTE] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCb0TsSIqI0[/media] :rock:
NUJV is a good album.
listening to both Plastic Ono Band albums. Mad insane Yoko then the soothing John album. Both fantastic.
[QUOTE=AK'z;34893346]listening to both Plastic Ono Band albums. Mad insane Yoko then the soothing John album. Both fantastic.[/QUOTE] They are both great, but Mother is one the fucking best vocals ever recorded! The screaming vocals at the end says more than any lyric ever could. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-V1WD1WLR2A[/media]
The entire album is powerful. God, Mother, I Found Out, Hold On.. and the dylan-esque Working Class Hero. All classic.
[img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6601025/Pictures/NUJV.gif[/img]
[QUOTE=AK'z;34898842]The entire album is powerful. God, Mother, I Found Out, Hold On.. and the dylan-esque Working Class Hero. All classic.[/QUOTE] Oh my god, Working Class Hero is amazing. Probably my favourite Lennon song(Very hard to choose one)
So my Kisses on the Bottom lp arrived today, it's quite exiting because I've never owned a mint vinyl before. Although I noticed that the records had gone through the inner sleeve and had damaged the plastics, here, an image to better explain it. So yeah, both records went through the inner sleeve and the plastic cover but I don't really mind, the inner sleeve is quite sturdy so I think it won't break that soon. [thumb]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36776545/mobil/IMAG1636.jpg[/thumb] Also, image of the front cover. [thumb]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36776545/mobil/IMAG1634.jpg[/thumb] Sorry for bad image quality but I don't own another camera than my phone. Wow the images were huge so I thumbed them.
Cool. I'll have to give that a hear some time.
Listening to it right now, it is very soothing and theres an interview on one of the inner sleeves to where he came up with the idea of the album. It's a really post war kind of music when people were recovering from the second world war and wanted music that got everyone in a cheerful mood. If you haven't listen to Bye Bye Blackbird, it's nice.
I've decided to see how many Beatles albums I can listen to in a row... I've listened to five (Abbey Road, Let it Be, Sgt Peppers, Magical Mystery Tour and Revolver!) Now listening to Rubber Soul. :D Best decision ever.
I really can't help but think of this video every time I see a video with Ringo performing live. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nfv1FhdaBBk&feature=related[/media]
I felt bad for not listening to any of George for his birthday, so I'm planning on listening to the Concert for George in honor of him. I think I'm doing a Harrison marathon...Really need to explore all of Georgie's material besides Living In The Material World and All Things Must Pass.
[QUOTE=Pedro the Fuzzy;35016217]I felt bad for not listening to any of George for his birthday, so I'm planning on listening to the Concert for George in honor of him. I think I'm doing a Harrison marathon...Really need to explore all of Georgie's material besides Living In The Material World and All Things Must Pass.[/QUOTE] Every day is a Harrison marathon for me. I listen to his stuff almost too much. Brainwashed is a great album and is a real throwback to his 70s works. And his self titled album is great if you like softer types of music. The Concert for Bangladesh album is absolutely incredible as well, easily my favourite live album ever AND it has the best rendition of Awaiting On You All (you can actually hear it :v:). And of course the Travelling Wilburys, if you haven't listened to their two albums just go ahead and get them right now because they're great. It's good that you have listened to Living In The Material World and All Things Must Pass though; if I was stuck on an island with only two albums to take with me I would pick those two easily.
[QUOTE=Fkpuz Version 1;35065360]Every day is a Harrison marathon for me. I listen to his stuff almost too much. Brainwashed is a great album and is a real throwback to his 70s works. And his self titled album is great if you like softer types of music. The Concert for Bangladesh album is absolutely incredible as well, easily my favourite live album ever AND it has the best rendition of Awaiting On You All (you can actually hear it :v:). And of course the Travelling Wilburys, if you haven't listened to their two albums just go ahead and get them right now because they're great. It's good that you have listened to Living In The Material World and All Things Must Pass though; if I was stuck on an island with only two albums to take with me I would pick those two easily.[/QUOTE] Fkpus, you're never here. I was going to recommend some music by Warren Zevon. He's awesome.
I make posts on facepunch in phases. I'll go months without making one post, then I'll post a decent amount the other month. This is my favourite continuous thread though, high-fives for all.
I'd just like to say that I really like the packaging for the albums on CD currently , like all cardboard but smooth and awesome. I like the album art and the way it folds out. The designs for these are awesome and they remind of how the Vinyl albums came in the cardboard pockets. That and their music is amazing. My friend and I are currently collecting all the albums, and even though its more expensive to buy them all individually its completely worth the awesome feeling of bringing it home and then sharing it with your friends.
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