Recording Think For Yourself Think For Yourself is the one song off of Rubber Soul that I forget about. It is one that often fades into the background, and is not one that sticks to me emotionally, or in that “I want to sing-a-long” kind of way, though I am not particularly sure why. It does … Continue reading Do what you want to do :: Breakfast With The Beatles Sunday
Jeremy Hillary Boob Nowhere Man :: The Beatles from the album, Rubber Soul Breakfast With the Beatles Sunday The Beatles music is something that my Mother passed down to me and my life, their songs forever alive in the musical spine and soul of who I am. The most significant loves of my life have … Continue reading Isn’t he a bit like you and me :: Breakfast With the Beatles Sunday
Paul McCartney and Jane Asher You Won’t See Me :: The Beatles from the album, Rubber Soul Breakfast With the Beatles Sunday The danger with being involved with an artist who writes, be in a songwriter, or a writer of any kind, is that all of the contents, the high highs and low lows, the passion, … Continue reading We have lost the time that was so hard to find :: Breakfast with The Beatles Sunday
Rubber Soul Sessions, 1965 EMI Studios, London Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) :: The Beatles from the album, Rubber Soul Breakfast With the Beatles Sunday Quite possibly my favorite song by The Beatles, Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (also known as simply Norwegian Wood) is a song by the Beatles, mainly written by John Lennon, with the middle … Continue reading I once had a girl :: Breakfast with The Beatles Sunday
The Beatles have had an enormous impact on my life ever since, well, birth, actually. They were, and still very much are, my Mother’s favorite band and their music filled our house more than often. The first songs I learned by heart were Beatles songs. Rubber Soul was always my favorite, which is why when … Continue reading But you can do something in-between :: Breakfast With the Beatles Sunday
We make a little history – part 11 – featuring The Beatles.
Good Morning! This Sunday’s Breakfast with the Beatles features their 1963 cover of “Baby It’s You”.
MusicListography presents “My Top 20 Songs”
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