The Rough Guide to the Beatles
Rough Guides, 2006 - Всего страниц: 325
The Beatles are the ultimate band – the most popular, the most respected, the most influential. This new edition of The Rough Guide to the Beatles covers every aspect of the Fab Four, delving deep into the music, lyrics, movies and solo careers. Features include: The Story: from Liverpool clubs to Beatlemania. The Music: incisive reviews of every Beatles and solo album. The Canon: the inside track on the 50 greatest songs. On Screen: the movies, the promos and the TV appearances. The Fifth Beatle: George Martin, Yoko Ono, Magic Alex and other contenders. Beatleology: the best books, the weirdest covers, the most obsessive websites, the obscurest trivia.
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The music has almost onomatopoeic powers of downbeat expression;
Aisumasen (I'm Sorry) is a hanging-head of a song lurching joylessly from chord
to chord; the harmonically meandering One Day At A Time limps tentatively from
key to key ...
Every element of the arrangement was an unforgettable hook - the guitar/
harmonica lick, the surging guitar chords separating the verse lines, the impatient
echo of the backing vocals, and the octave-leap explosion of the title line.
Probably the most harmonically adept of all Beatle songs, it features a reprise of
their "ham-fisted jazz chord" (McCartney) learned from a guitarist in Liverpool (
previously heard at the end of Harrison's Till There Was You solo and heard here
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THE SOLO YEARS
THE BEATLES ON SCREEN
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