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Beatles Experiments
28 February 2013
2.48am
Egroeg Evoli
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Hi!

So...

Have you conducted any Beatles-related experiments, whether it be for school, work, fun, or anything else? What was/were it/they?

My experiment: I am going to figure out what my computer's favorite Beatles album is. Put the playlist on shuffle, figure out which songs are played more often, etc.

I know my experiment is stupid, which is why I would like to know what some of yours are. And if you haven't done any, what are some you'd like to do?

Weird topic, I know.

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28 February 2013
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vonbontee
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A couple of years ago I decided I'd start drinking the Beatles' favourite drink: Scotch and Coke!

I know one has to "develop a taste" for good Scotch. I gave the experiment two months and two bottles of J&B before deciding that I find it impossibly vile, and not worth wasting my time and brain cells over. Now I stick to rye. Or more recently, gin. (I'm not really much of a drinker.)

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2 March 2013
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Loony-Lucy
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I've recently thought of an "artistic experiment": listening to a Beatles album and drawing at the same time, so that I'd have a "live" drawing of each song. This could be interesting with Sgt. Pepper (but not only that). An abstract work would be easier.

...maybe I'll do it someday, who knows :D

21 November 2014
3.24pm
Annadog40
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Loony-Lucy said
I've recently thought of an "artistic experiment": listening to a Beatles album and drawing at the same time, so that I'd have a "live" drawing of each song. This could be interesting with Sgt. Pepper (but not only that). An abstract work would be easier.

...maybe I'll do it someday, who knows :D

That could be a cool experiment. Maybe if mulitpl people do it for the same album maybe we could see if the songs create similar images for people. 

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