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Introduce yourself to the forum!
30 September 2010
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mr. Sun king coming together
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Hi I'm Evan I'm 13 and I was born 40 years late
The First album I heard was the 1 compilation my parents bought and then I took off with the stereo remasters
I live in Ottawa Canada I play hockey and I saw Paul play In Montreal on Aug.12 A day I will never forget
See ya
Fav beatle is Ringo (he always smiles)

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
30 September 2010
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Welcome to the forum Evan!! I'm Mithveaen from Mexico, and I also saw Paul last May. It is truly memorable being in a Beatle concert isn't it?? a-hard-days-night-paul-8

Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie…… Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower… Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go. Beware of Darkness…  I believe in SH...
30 September 2010
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Have you left your review of the concert on Joe's article? Welcome to you too!

Ad hoc, ad loc, and quid pro quo! So little time! So much to know!
30 September 2010
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Hi I'm Eric. I'm 15 and from Canada. I love the Beatles! I can't get enough of them! I discovered Beatles music from a friendband that is all I pretty much listen to. Ive also been buying original vinyl albums such as Rubber Soul, Sgt. Peppers, Let It Be, With The Beatles, Magical Mystery Tour as well as many of their solo works. It's great that I found this website. Now I can discuss with fellow Beatle fans. Look forwad to using the site!

And in her eyes you see nothing, No sign of love behind the tears, Cried for no one, A love that should have lasted years.
30 September 2010
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BBF is popular tonight. (It is nice, isn't it?) Welcome to the forum Eric. a-hard-days-night-ringo-9

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30 September 2010
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Hey Eric
Welcome to the forum
Check my review of the McCartney concert

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
30 September 2010
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mr. Sun king coming together said:

Hi I'm Evan I'm 13 and I was born 40 years late
The First album I heard was the 1 compilation my parents bought and then I took off with the stereo remasters
I live in Ottawa Canada I play hockey and I saw Paul play In Montreal on Aug.12 A day I will never forget
See ya
Fav beatle is Ringo (he always smiles)


RINGO ROCKS!!!!
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1 October 2010
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Mithveaen the only way to describe seeing McCartney is as such; " oh That Magic Feeling"

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
1 October 2010
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Oh yes indeed. I was listening to Good evening New York City and I remembered the concert. It's a good way to relax when you have a lot of work and stress.a-hard-days-night-george-4

Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie…… Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower… Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go. Beware of Darkness…  I believe in SH...
7 October 2010
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Hey guys and gals,

 

I've been lurking here for a few months and finally decided to take the plunge and register.  I've enjoyed this site tremendously (Thank you, Joe, for the tremendous amount of work and time you've obviously put into this great site).  I've always liked The Beatles but I haven't really had a true apprecation of them until I bought the remastered stereo set (I was five years old when they broke up).  Now I find myself listening to them about half of the time that I listen to music!  I'm trying to get my kids to listen to them, but they like the Across The Universe and Glee (Ugh!) versions better. I was lucky enough (and willing to buy the rather expensive tickets) to see The Beatles Love show in Las Vegas a few weeks ago.  WOW!  What a show.  Aside from the incredible Beatles music, George Martin is a genius.  Listening to the soundtrack is almost like discovering a new Beatles album.  Anyways, looking forward to chatting!

7 October 2010
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I'm sure they'll come around eventually. Did you take them to Love?

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7 October 2010
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The Man From the Motor Trade said:

Hey guys and gals,

 

I've been lurking here for a few months and finally decided to take the plunge and register.  I've enjoyed this site tremendously (Thank you, Joe, for the tremendous amount of work and time you've obviously put into this great site).  I've always liked The Beatles but I haven't really had a true apprecation of them until I bought the remastered stereo set (I was five years old when they broke up).  Now I find myself listening to them about half of the time that I listen to music!  I'm trying to get my kids to listen to them, but they like the Across The Universe and Glee (Ugh!) versions better. I was lucky enough (and willing to buy the rather expensive tickets) to see The Beatles Love show in Las Vegas a few weeks ago.  WOW!  What a show.  Aside from the incredible Beatles music, George Martin is a genius.  Listening to the soundtrack is almost like discovering a new Beatles album.  Anyways, looking forward to chatting!


Welcome!  I'm a newbie here, too.  Aren't the remasters something else?!  Compared to the earlier CD releases (even the Dr. Ebbetts stuff), it's like a layer of murk has been removed; like seeing a painting that's had years of grime wiped off to restore the vividness of the colors.

 My wife and I were raised on 60s/70s music and now we've got a daughter who's a Beatles fan.  Well, she's a fan BUT she'll skip some songs on the CDs, like Rain and The Inner Light.  (She gets such a cavalier attitude from her mother, who brazenly skips nearly EVERY Ringo song……some people just don't get it, do they?? *smiles!*)  Still, my heart soars when I hear The Kid playing Beatles on the guitar or piano…..self-taught, like her ol' man.

George Martin is a genius, no doubt, and has always had my vote as "The Fifth Beatle."  Glad the Love show was good: it looks pretty wild all right from what little I've seen of it…..

Anyway--welcome aboard!  a-hard-days-night-george-9

--Jaxon

7 October 2010
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skye said:

I'm sure they'll come around eventually. Did you take them to Love?


No, it was an anniversary trip for my wife and I.  Also it would be hard to afford 5 tickets to Love!  We spent over $200 just for 2 tickets.   It was the one show we went to on our stay.
7 October 2010
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EyesofBlue said:

 My wife and I were raised on 60s/70s music and now we've got a daughter who's a Beatles fan.  Well, she's a fan BUT she'll skip some songs on the CDs, like Rain and The Inner Light.  (She gets such a cavalier attitude from her mother, who brazenly skips nearly EVERY Ringo song……some people just don't get it, do they?? *smiles!*)  Still, my heart soars when I hear The Kid playing Beatles on the guitar or piano…..self-taught, like her ol' man.

George Martin is a genius, no doubt, and has always had my vote as "The Fifth Beatle."  Glad the Love show was good: it looks pretty wild all right from what little I've seen of it…..

Anyway–welcome aboard!  a-hard-days-night-george-9

–Jaxon


Interestingly enough, I have always listened to 60s/70s music even though much of my teens was in the eighties, and that could be considered "my" decade.  Partly because I had older brothers and an older sister, no doubt.  But I've always felt that music from that era in general is better than what came after.  Although I like a lot of later and even current music as well.
7 October 2010
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Hello and Welcome to the forum (to all) a-hard-days-night-ringo-8.

 

"The man from the motor trade"…. your nick put a smile on my face a-hard-days-night-john-6.

 

EyesofBlue said:

 Still, my heart soars when I hear The Kid playing Beatles on the guitar or piano…..self-taught, like her ol' man.


… And mine soars when I hear my little girl singing Penny Lane in the shower…

(BTW, thank you, I learned a new word… soar… :)… very nice word..)

7 October 2010
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EyesofBlue said:

The Man From the Motor Trade said:

 

 (She gets such a cavalier attitude from her mother, who brazenly skips nearly EVERY Ringo song……some people just don't get it, do they?? *smiles!*) 
 

 


WHAT???!!!!! WHY IN THE WORLD WOULD SHE DO THAT!!!???? THE RINGO SONGS ARE THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ALBUMS!!!!!
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8 October 2010
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Dear Prudence said:

EyesofBlue said:

The Man From the Motor Trade said:

 

 (She gets such a cavalier attitude from her mother, who brazenly skips nearly EVERY Ringo song……some people just don't get it, do they?? *smiles!*) 
 

 


WHAT???!!!!! WHY IN THE WORLD WOULD SHE DO THAT!!!???? THE RINGO SONGS ARE THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ALBUMS!!!!!

 

*laughs!*  I keep trying to talk some sense into them…..at least The Kid likes most of the Ringo songs…..


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MissLizzy said:

Hello and Welcome to the forum (to all) a-hard-days-night-ringo-8.

 

"The man from the motor trade"…. your nick put a smile on my face a-hard-days-night-john-6.

 

EyesofBlue said:

 Still, my heart soars when I hear The Kid playing Beatles on the guitar or piano…..self-taught, like her ol' man.


… And mine soars when I hear my little girl singing Penny Lane in the shower…

(BTW, thank you, I learned a new word… soar… :)… very nice word..)


Isn't it wonderful to hear your daughter singing Beatle songs!  No matter what problems I might have, when I hear my daughter singing and playing music--especially Beatles--my mind is carefree…..have a nice weekend! 

a-hard-days-night-john-6
11 October 2010
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Hello everyone.

 

My name is Joey and I'm almost 15 (will turn it on the 29th).  I have always liked The Beatles, but only got very into them around a year ago.  

 

I play the drums, and Ringo is definitely one of my favorite drummers to cover (in addition to Mitch Mitchell and John Bonham).  

 

My favorite Beatles songs are "Strawberry Fields Forever", "I'm So Tired", and "Here, There, and Everywhere".  My favorite albums are Revolver and Abbey Road.

 

I found this website a few months back, and have always read the forum discussions, and the pages about songs, albums, etc.  I even used the multi-track Beatles songs Joe posted (much obliged!).

 

Anyway, you'll discover I'm a very nice guy, but I've been told I have a low tolerance for bull$hit (are we allowed to curse on here), so I apologize if I get a little aggressive once in a while.  

 

Finally, two-virgins.  

 

Yeah.

No one, I think, is in my tree; I mean, it must be high or low.  
11 October 2010
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Hey Joey! Make yourself at home. a-hard-days-night-ringo-10

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