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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
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AppleScruffJunior said
I have ordered from Roscommon, Galway and Clare County Libraries... I won't have them for Christmas unless some miracle occurs. Unfortunately Carlow Library has Allan 'where's my commission' William's book but they don't lend on borrowbooks.ie Blah!

I will keep you informed

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AppleScruffJunior said
'The Beatles and Ireland' by Michael Lynch

'The Beatles Years: Volume 2 After The Breakup 1970-2001 by Keith Badman (great surname, eh?)

'The Beatles' Shadow: Stuart Sutcliffe's Lonely Hearts Club' by Pauline Sutcliffe

And 'The Kama Sutra'....I may be joking about that one, you decide a-hard-days-night-john-7

If all of them transactions go on well then I will definitely order more books, probably about Brian brian-epstein because I have never read a book on him

 

Very good book. Well worth reading.

 

 

 

ASJ, did you get any of the books? Any thoughts on any of them?

 

 

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AppleScruffJunior said
^^^ I'll reply to that when I get on the laptop, my phone is annoying to type on.

Anyways I came home for lunch and caught the last couple of minutes of RTÉ1 News, apparently yesterday's Grammys was 50 Years to the day of the appearance of the lads on Ed Sullivan, funny I thought it was February the 9th, Paul's new single "Queen" was sung.
Who the hell does the research for the news :/
They also said Olivia was in the audience, I didn't see her

The BBC has it done as Paul winning two Grammys,

Sir Paul McCartney was among the other double winners. . .

which is slighty different to Beatles Examiner which says he got five.

That makes five Grammy Awards the 71-year-old former Beatle won Sunday.

Maybe the first few don't countahdn_paul_01.

 

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AppleScruffJunior said
^^ Lightweights, I've been drinking whisky since I was 7 a-hard-days-night-george-10

Only a couple of hours to the Grammy's (which I won't be watching live because sleep is important) So any predictions for what Paul is going to play? I have a firm feeling 'I Saw Her Standing There' will be one :)

Gotta look after your liver, Katie. Don't want problems by the time you're 30 now, do you? a-hard-days-night-george-10

I didn't bother staying up to watch the Grammys, but I might stay up tonight to watch the Highlights. There's something else I watch on a Monday and that doesn't finish 'till 11.30, so I'll be up late anyway. I've never been that bothered about watching award ceremonies, but I guess this is a bit different.

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Not sure if this for the moments or LOL thread so here it goes. Coventry football fans have an impromptu rendition of Twist And Shout at Arsenal. 

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Surprised not to have seen it mentioned anywhere here, but watching Grammy highlights. Now, knowing I'm not watching the full thing, Paul and Ringo did Queenie Eye, next thing we're given is Steven Tyler and Smokey Robinson presenting Record of the Year. Smokey sings a few lines of You Really Got A Hold On Me and declares, "Paul! You should record that!"

The Beatles recorded it, with a smokin' soulful Lennon vocal, for With The Beatles, which rejigged appeared as their first US Capitol album Meet The Beatles. As important a release 50 years ago for Smokey as it was for them. The Beatles early Motown covers helped make Motown, and Smokey with his tongue-in-cheek, acknowledged the debt!

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mja6758 said
Surprised not to have seen it mentioned anywhere here, but watching Grammy highlights. Now, knowing I'm not watching the full thing, Paul and Ringo did 
Queenie Eye, next thing we're given is Steven Tyler and Smokey Robinson presenting Record of the Year. Smokey sings a few lines of You Really Got A Hold On Me and declares, "Paul! You should record that!"

The Beatles recorded it, with a smokin' soulful Lennon vocal, for With The Beatles, which rejigged appeared as their first US Capitol album Meet The Beatles. As important a release 50 years ago for Smokey as it was for them. The Beatles early Motown covers helped make Motown, and Smokey with his tongue-in-cheek, acknowledged the debt!

I know. At first I was looking at the screen crooked, thinking, "the Beatles did do that song. Right? Yeah, John, yeah, the whole thing." Then I realized it was tongue-in-cheek. I was doubting my Beatles knowledge there for a moment that kept me from realizing what he was doing. I'm like a wobbly filly getting my legs under me. I'll never be the sleek showhorse like many of the Beatles brains here, but I am learning.

 

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