Adam Blake wrote:Their most recent record is 37 years old
37 years, flippin' eck what happened to my life, oh, deja vu perhaps. (tehe)
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I remember kids in the playground singing Yellow Submarine & Ob-la-di Ob-la-da (words changed, shockingly, to O Bloody O Bloodah), but I just thought they were childrens' songs. It wasn't until I was 9 or 10 that I first watched Top of the Pops & discovered Pop Music. The Beatles had split by then and glam has just hitting its stride, so give me T-Rex or Sparks anyday.Dayna wrote:I'm a Beatles baby, I think.
Dominic wrote:I remember kids in the playground singing Yellow Submarine & Ob-la-di Ob-la-da (words changed, shockingly, to O Bloody O Bloodah),Dayna wrote:I'm a Beatles baby, I think.
Dayna wrote:I heard someone say once they think the Beatles might have evolved into something like ELO if they would have stayed together. Do you think so?
gordonfmoore wrote:I bet they would have gone retrograde, back to their roots and made some bloomin good rockin songs, get us all dancing again...
Adam Blake wrote:Yeah Gordon, The Fabs woulda rocked us all over again if Lennon had cared enough to tell Macca to get off the "Long And Winding Road" and abort "Maxwell's Silver Hammer".
ritchie wrote:.you know what gets me though, is when I see the old fogeys coming out and bashing out all their old hits that actually meant or stood for something at the time .... I'm sure 'My Generation' would sound better if it was performed by a young band or Townsend changed the lyrics to something like "hope I don't die before I'm really old"...mind you I cringe when I watch them and what's with the 'lookie likey' drummer all about?
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