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do you like the beatles?

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panxzz  
5 Jan 2009 13:19 | Quote
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i've been using this incredible bealtes guitar site, it has everything!
RA  
5 Jan 2009 13:23 | Quote
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EMB5490  
5 Jan 2009 15:16 | Quote
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uhhhhhhhhhhh who doesnt is the real question.
Phip  
5 Jan 2009 15:53 | Quote
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@ panxzz,
Hey, thanks for the great link. Do I like the Beatles? That's like asking if I like to breath! uh.....yeah
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soy.el.che  
5 Jan 2009 17:38 | Quote
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another question that shouldnt be asked
patleh  
5 Jan 2009 18:26 | Quote
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ha! thats my answer.
Ozzfan486  
5 Jan 2009 20:53 | Quote
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Not really.
shreadhead96  
28 Aug 2009 15:07 | Quote
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LIKE THEM I LOVE THEM
carlsnow  
28 Aug 2009 15:49 | Quote
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thanks for the link ...


as to the question:
being born before Sgt Peppers came out and being a musician makes it difficult not to love these guys ..they basically the invented/re-invented/invented pop-rock and left us a treasure trove for the ages
like 'em hell
i LOVE 'em


Rawk!
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J05H  
28 Aug 2009 23:52 | Quote
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im not the crazy about them but there ok to listen to every once and a wHile they have fun little songz lol XD
Heather  
29 Aug 2009 10:59 | Quote
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They're okay. Although they're not usually the kind I'll listen to on purpose. They're song are nice to listen to though, they have a nice positive energy about them.
raptorclaws  
29 Aug 2009 13:42 | Quote
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Great artists push the envelope. Some stuff shines but others flop. If every song was 'good' then they've played it too safe. The Beatles put out some bad stuff but were at least trying to be original. They also put out some great stuff because they were willing 'to go there'.

I don't have any Beatles music but when I hear a tune on the car radio
I'll sing along and get the warm fuzzies. When I was a teen songs like 'Birthday' and 'Back in the USSR' seemed a universe apart from 'Here comes the Sun', etc.

AlexB  
29 Aug 2009 13:54 | Quote
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I Dont like Them
Mici  
22 Sep 2009 09:11 | Quote
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I pretty much agree with most of the things RaptorClaws said. It's not an awful thing they did some "bad" songs, too, because it's that kind of experimental music that pushes music forward and also because they were being original.
As for the questions" Of course I friggin' Love The Beatles. I mean, how many bands do you know that have so many tunes that you listen to one day on the radio and get addicted to, not to mention all the very mature songs?
aterrell  
22 Sep 2009 13:21 | Quote
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Yes! The first time I listened to "Helter Skelter," my socks were blown off! Then they have such beautiful songs like "Blackbird," "Let It Be," "Something" and that list just goes on and on. I'm not a big fan of their psychedelic stuff, like "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" and "Strawberry Fields Forever." They are definitely one of my favorites.
ironman91313  
22 Sep 2009 14:26 | Quote
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no
telecrater  
22 Sep 2009 19:22 | Quote
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I have to say when i first got into music, that is all i listened too. I grew up late 80's Early 90's. I remember Debbie Gibson and Tiffany and all hair metal (i hated it all) being on the radio. I'd go to the library and check out LP (the round black circles called record). I was probably 12 or 13.

As i got older I learned to hate them. The real reason why was because you were really bombarded with the Beatles. the elevator Beatles songs, the damn hold music was all Beatles songs. After a while you really just get so sick of those songs you want to vomit.

I formally liked them but currently don't. However I do understand the importance they had on pop music and culture.
vincejonesiii  
23 Sep 2009 10:02 | Quote
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yes and no

yes cus of what they did
and no cus there every where
guitarmastergod  
23 Sep 2009 19:35 | Quote
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umm not really
patleh  
23 Sep 2009 20:05 | Quote
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..... NO
raptorclaws  
23 Sep 2009 20:06 | Quote
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telecrater says:
I'd go to the library and check out LP (the round black circles called record). I was probably 12 or 13.


You should have embraced 8 track technology.

The year is 1975....I just finished 4 months of gruelling work in the Northwest Territiories. After tuition, etc. I have about $150 to 'waste'. (that's about $1 million in today's money).

My friend Gerard and I at the department store (translated from the French as we were in Montreal)

Me: What did your cassette player cost?

Gerard: I dunno. Got it as a graduation gift. It's ok but sucks next to the new 8 track.

Me: What's an 8 track?

Gerard: The way to go, man. Sounds real cool and comes in quadraphonic.

Me: Ok.Hey, even comes with a speaker.

At home: I take out my one and only new 8 track tape: The Band and Bob Dylan doing a tribute to Woody Guthrie

Me: Hey that sounds good.

Gerard: Must be the quadraphonic, whatever that is. Probably the speaker has 4 woofers or somethinglike that.

Me: Maybe 8 track is 4 tracks each side and that's the quadra part.

Me (later) Hey, there's no reverse on this sohow does it rewind

Gerard: I dunno, but its starting again. You don't have to rewind

Me (after figuring out it can't rewind or fast forward...must play whole tape to get to a song) thats a bummer but at least it's in quadraphonic.

By this time Gerard is less enthused because he doesn't understand English and finds Woody Guthry boring. I'm nore enthused even though I have to play through 55 minutes of music to get to a song. After 2 years I was up to about 5 tapes.

telecrater  
23 Sep 2009 21:48 | Quote
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haha, Funny you should bring up 8-track tape. I bought this 77 mercary monarch for $200. It had an in dash 8 track deck. I hit up good will every few days looking for music and ended up with some Black Sabath, Uriah heap, deep purple, and gladas knights and the pips. (I put gladis on fer the ladies).

I mean who could resist a long haired grunge kid driving in this car


raptorclaws  
24 Sep 2009 19:18 | Quote
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That's a 'real' car. I can envision lifting up the hood and knowing exactly where and what everything is. I think it was the same as a Ford Granada. I had a friend with a Granada and it would break down every few hundred miles but we could get it going. In the old days you'd pull over and lift the hood. If we didn't know what was wrong,some guy driving by would. I car with a raised hood attracted goods samaritans like moths to a light.

I can't remember the sound system but probably AM/FM. Anything fancier would have been bought in a parking lot'around back'....the same place you bought a TV and watch.

I suppose we should tie this to 'the Beatles'....British car imports were on the way out...a few Austins were around. Even VW 'Beetles' declined about the time the British band with a similar sounding name brokeup.
AlexB  
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Something tells me this post was a spam post at first...haha! if so its funny how it turned into a nice Thread
vincejonesiii  
25 Sep 2009 09:35 | Quote
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lol the same


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