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Hi! I’m a 14 year old (will be 15 the 2nd of September) Norwegian boy who loves the Beatles. I got interested in Beatles because of my dad. I remember finding his mini disc player with pre-recorded Beatles songs. I remember laying in bed while listening to “I Am The Walrus ”, and imagining me sitting on a cornflake (which I thought was weird). And then there was We Can Work It Out . Maybe my earliest memory of the Beatles. I loved and still love that song, but I didn’t know what the name of the song was(it did not say in the screen, because ha had not put any title)! I know, it’s pretty obvious that it’s We Can Work It Out , because they sing it all the time, but I didn’t know that much English. That’s one of the wonderful feelings about music, where you like a song that much, but you don’t know the name, so you go on a long quest to find out. I didn’t want to ask my dad because (I don’t remember). Sooo everyday after that, I took my dads iPod and began listening to the Beatles. I have not jumped into the pool of different songs yet, so I was just listening to for example let it be or Hey Jude .

Later, when my family visited my grandma and grandpa, I fell in love with the vinyl format. I had a little bit of experience before that (it was just putting on a Swedish record called “mor sjunger”, which my grandma liked), but when I looked through her collection, I found the compilation album: The Beatles Rock And Roll Music . It was sooo cool! My grandma said that I could have it, so I took it to the nest destination: our cabin (it was summer break I think, so we had a lot of time). Every day, when I woke up, I took the big black discs out and studied them. It was this big mystery about this band with all the old songs. 
And then it was time to go home. AND I FORGOT THE RECORD. I know it’s weird that you can forget a thing that you care about so much and wondering how it’s going to sound. But either way, when I got home I went on the local used market (it’s on the internet. Finn.no.) and found a record player for 30$. My mom said that I could have it with her money, so we went and bought it. I already had speakers, and I hooked it up to my CD player (without grounding, so when I turned up the volume it was a LOT of this buzzing sound). And after that I went out and asked all my neighbors if they have any records. And then I came to the last neighbor which was a record collector (I did not know that!), and he gave me a kool and the gang record. Yes he gave me it and I was so happy because it was my first (and second) record in mint condition :)). I went home and played it. A LOT. 
And then a bit time after that we went to my grandmothers cabin (they did not have a record player at that place). One day we went to a place called “marknad” which means market. There my dad bought - little bit overpriced Beatles records (I didn’t know anything about how much they should cost), but it was okay (not that much more expensive). So the albums he bought for me was: the White Album , Past Masters , revolver and Pink Floyd the wall (not original pressings, except for Past Masters ). When I got home (to their cabin) again, I found the pictures of the four Beatles. I was so happy because the guy at the marked said that it wasn’t complete (I didn’t know that the White Album was supposed to come with a poster, so the guy was right) but there it had the pictures, in the middle of the sleeve inside. 

So we went home and after going to my grandmothers place (not cabin so they had a record player) AGAIN, it just took off. I went to my first visit of a record store and bought Abbas Waterloo and the Beatles in Hamburg for a dollar each. I also took home moms records (Michael Jackson dangerous and off the wall and madonnas I’m breathless) And that’s the weekend I switched from spending all my pocket money on games, to records. I got a new turntable for Xmas (at-120X USB), so now I could trust my record player. And oh, I almost forgot: before Xmas I went to my grandpas place, and he liked the same music as me. There, from his collection, I took home a rare norwegian Paul McCartney single (I take GOOD care of my records. Also at that time, because then records was so exclusive and rare for me), Give My Regards To Broad Street , record two of the Red Album (the rest of it was lost and still is) and Venus And Mars . Later I got a deal with him that I could take 10 records from his collection every time I’m there (he has a really good collection from the 70’s. All from the red and the blue albums to Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin).

 

Now I listen to the Beatles every day, both streaming and records (mostly records). If you want to see my collection, here is the link: will post it separately because it won’t work (I don’t have that many records, but the collection is growing fast! Remember I have not collected records for even a year yet.). 

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Hey @Oar05 ! Great to meet you.

That's quite a story you've got there! 

I totally agree about going on a quest to find a name of a song - we've all been there, and it's so satisfying to find the name at the end!

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@Oar05 Greetings. Welcome to the forum lad. That's quite the story you've got there, and we hope your journey ahead will be just as interesting. If you'd like to learn about all the nitty-gritty pieces of detail in the Beatles's career, the Beatles Bible will be quite the encyclopedia for you. Any other questions you have doubts with, feel free to ask anyone for recommendations or new information, including myself. 

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What a lovely story, @Oar05! Thank you for telling us how you got into the Beatles. Yay for a dad and grandparents with good musical taste and for keeping their records in good shape.

I see that you have Rubber Soul . How do you like the song Norwegian Wood ?

Your command of written English is superb. Are you comfortable hearing and speaking the language now?

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Hello all. 33 year old german guy. Have read and lurked that page and forum lots and lots of times and finally joined the Forum.

 

I've been into the Music of the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's since my teenage years and have been a big fan of Elvis Presley during my adolasence. I've known a few Beatles Songs back then but mostly the very common ones (Help , She loves you, Let it be, Yellow Submarine ) and some of the ones Elvis had covered during his Touring era in the 70's (Yesterday , Hey Jude ). Beside that I didnt have much Connection to the Beatles and considered them rivales to the King.

 

In my twenties that started to change. I read the article of the Rolling Stones Magazines about best Albums of all time which featured Stg. Pepper on #1. That got me curious and I loved the cover of the Album. I got my hands on the digital copies of all the Beatles UK LPs through a friend. I started to read about them and their influence in Music and Pop culture. I started getting interested in their history and Music and how they evolved during their rather "short" time of existence. So I decided to listen myself through their entire catalogue of LPs. I started with Please Please Me and ended with Let it Be. I was mind blown by their muscial evolution, their harmonies and lyrcis, by their way of making music and arranging Songs. I noticed how clever and artistic they had become with each Album they recorded and how they made it possible for Pop Music to be as sophisticated. I started to LOVE LOVE LOVE them. At the gym I listend to their Albums again and again not getting tired of them. I started to watch documentaries about them on YT and their individual ways after splitting apart. I became a dedicated and passionate Beatles fan.

 

Nowadays the LPs are always on my Ipod for listening to whenever I want. I own the Beatles Stereo and Mono Box sets from 2009, the red and Blue Album , the Yellow Submarine Songtrack , Live At The BBC Volumes 1 and 2, Everything Anthology (CDs, Book, DVD Set) and the movies A Hard Days Night, Help , Yellow Submarine and The Touringyears on Bluray (I'll get Magical Mystery Tour eventually). Everything is still sealed and save. My girlfriend and I were on my first ever Beatles Tribute Band Concert in January of this year for my birthday ("All You Need Is Love " The Beatles Musical) and we visited Abby Road last year for our first ever trip to the UK. It was magical walking over that street and seeing the recording Studio were so much Magic happend.

 

I love the Beatles very much and are obsessed with their Music, their cultural Impact, their individual characters and unique style. I think each of them brought something to tabel to make them as fantastic and great as they were and even by the end when the split was about to happen their talent and dedication made amazing music possible like on Abby Road and Let it Be. A dream would be to see Paul and Ringo live on Stage one day. I dont have a favorite Album because I think each of the Albums Shows their Evolution, their state of mind and state of artistic Level they were on. There would not be a White Album without Please Please Me , there would not be a Stg. Pepper without Help . All of their Albums and Past Masters are part of their amazing legacy and bring something important and unqiue to the table for us fans.

 

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Welcome to the forum, @KyleKartan ! 

 I was mind blown by their muscial evolution, their harmonies and lyrcis, by their way of making music and arranging Songs. I noticed how clever and artistic they had become with each Album they recorded and how they made it possible for Pop Music to be as sophisticated. 

This is such a perfect way of putting it. They were way ahead of their time, that's for sure!

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Hello all. 33 year old german guy. Have read and lurked that page and forum lots and lots of times and finally joined the Forum.

 

I've been into the Music of the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's since my teenage years and have been a big fan of Elvis Presley during my adolasence. I've known a few Beatles Songs back then but mostly the very common ones (Help , She loves you, Let it be, Yellow Submarine ) and some of the ones Elvis had covered during his Touring era in the 70's (Yesterday , Hey Jude ). Beside that I didnt have much Connection to the Beatles and considered them rivales to the King.

 

In my twenties that started to change. I read the article of the Rolling Stones Magazines about best Albums of all time which featured Stg. Pepper on #1. That got me curious and I loved the cover of the Album. I got my hands on the digital copies of all the Beatles UK LPs through a friend. I started to read about them and their influence in Music and Pop culture. I started getting interested in their history and Music and how they evolved during their rather "short" time of existence. So I decided to listen myself through their entire catalogue of LPs. I started with Please Please Me and ended with Let it Be. I was mind blown by their muscial evolution, their harmonies and lyrcis, by their way of making music and arranging Songs. I noticed how clever and artistic they had become with each Album they recorded and how they made it possible for Pop Music to be as sophisticated. I started to LOVE LOVE LOVE them. At the gym I listend to their Albums again and again not getting tired of them. I started to watch documentaries about them on YT and their individual ways after splitting apart. I became a dedicated and passionate Beatles fan.

 

Nowadays the LPs are always on my Ipod for listening to whenever I want. I own the Beatles Stereo and Mono Box sets from 2009, the red and Blue Album , the Yellow Submarine Songtrack , Live At The BBC Volumes 1 and 2, Everything Anthology (CDs, Book, DVD Set) and the movies A Hard Days Night, Help , Yellow Submarine and The Touringyears on Bluray (I'll get Magical Mystery Tour eventually). Everything is still sealed and save. My girlfriend and I were on my first ever Beatles Tribute Band Concert in January of this year for my birthday ("All You Need Is Love " The Beatles Musical) and we visited Abby Road last year for our first ever trip to the UK. It was magical walking over that street and seeing the recording Studio were so much Magic happend.

 

I love the Beatles very much and are obsessed with their Music, their cultural Impact, their individual characters and unique style. I think each of them brought something to tabel to make them as fantastic and great as they were and even by the end when the split was about to happen their talent and dedication made amazing music possible like on Abby Road and Let it Be. A dream would be to see Paul and Ringo live on Stage one day. I dont have a favorite Album because I think each of the Albums Shows their Evolution, their state of mind and state of artistic Level they were on. There would not be a White Album without Please Please Me , there would not be a Stg. Pepper without Help . All of their Albums and Past Masters are part of their amazing legacy and bring something important and unqiue to the table for us fans.

 

Beside that I love STAR WARS, Harry Potter and movies in General. Iam a huge Soundtrack buff and work out alot. I use the time at the gym to check out new Music and audiobooks and relax from work.

  

@KyleKartan Greetings, my fellow Star Wars fan. I too love Star Wars, and I have probably played "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic" more times than I could count. Have I mentioned that I love Star Wars?

Jokes aside, welcome to the forum. The mods here are quite active and they are very friendly, so do ask them for any help should you need any. And as always, we hope you have a pleasant time, and we sincerely hope you'll stay.

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Welcome to the forum, @KyleKartan ! 

 I was mind blown by their muscial evolution, their harmonies and lyrcis, by their way of making music and arranging Songs. I noticed how clever and artistic they had become with each Album they recorded and how they made it possible for Pop Music to be as sophisticated. 

This is such a perfect way of putting it. They were way ahead of their time, that's for sure!

I hope you enjoy yourself around here!

  

Thank you! I've tried to get my Feelings down about the Music of the Beatles and how it evolved over time. English isnt my first language so I sometimes struggle to put my thoughts down clearly and with the right words.

 

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Hello all. 33 year old german guy. Have read and lurked that page and forum lots and lots of times and finally joined the Forum.

 

I've been into the Music of the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's since my teenage years and have been a big fan of Elvis Presley during my adolasence. I've known a few Beatles Songs back then but mostly the very common ones (Help , She loves you, Let it be, Yellow Submarine ) and some of the ones Elvis had covered during his Touring era in the 70's (Yesterday , Hey Jude ). Beside that I didnt have much Connection to the Beatles and considered them rivales to the King.

 

In my twenties that started to change. I read the article of the Rolling Stones Magazines about best Albums of all time which featured Stg. Pepper on #1. That got me curious and I loved the cover of the Album. I got my hands on the digital copies of all the Beatles UK LPs through a friend. I started to read about them and their influence in Music and Pop culture. I started getting interested in their history and Music and how they evolved during their rather "short" time of existence. So I decided to listen myself through their entire catalogue of LPs. I started with Please Please Me and ended with Let it Be. I was mind blown by their muscial evolution, their harmonies and lyrcis, by their way of making music and arranging Songs. I noticed how clever and artistic they had become with each Album they recorded and how they made it possible for Pop Music to be as sophisticated. I started to LOVE LOVE LOVE them. At the gym I listend to their Albums again and again not getting tired of them. I started to watch documentaries about them on YT and their individual ways after splitting apart. I became a dedicated and passionate Beatles fan.

 

Nowadays the LPs are always on my Ipod for listening to whenever I want. I own the Beatles Stereo and Mono Box sets from 2009, the red and Blue Album , the Yellow Submarine Songtrack , Live At The BBC Volumes 1 and 2, Everything Anthology (CDs, Book, DVD Set) and the movies A Hard Days Night, Help , Yellow Submarine and The Touringyears on Bluray (I'll get Magical Mystery Tour eventually). Everything is still sealed and save. My girlfriend and I were on my first ever Beatles Tribute Band Concert in January of this year for my birthday ("All You Need Is Love " The Beatles Musical) and we visited Abby Road last year for our first ever trip to the UK. It was magical walking over that street and seeing the recording Studio were so much Magic happend.

 

I love the Beatles very much and are obsessed with their Music, their cultural Impact, their individual characters and unique style. I think each of them brought something to tabel to make them as fantastic and great as they were and even by the end when the split was about to happen their talent and dedication made amazing music possible like on Abby Road and Let it Be. A dream would be to see Paul and Ringo live on Stage one day. I dont have a favorite Album because I think each of the Albums Shows their Evolution, their state of mind and state of artistic Level they were on. There would not be a White Album without Please Please Me , there would not be a Stg. Pepper without Help . All of their Albums and Past Masters are part of their amazing legacy and bring something important and unqiue to the table for us fans.

 

Beside that I love STAR WARS, Harry Potter and movies in General. Iam a huge Soundtrack buff and work out alot. I use the time at the gym to check out new Music and audiobooks and relax from work.

  

@KyleKartan Greetings, my fellow Star Wars fan. I too love Star Wars, and I have probably played "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic" more times than I could count. Have I mentioned that I love Star Wars?

Jokes aside, welcome to the forum. The mods here are quite active and they are very friendly, so do ask them for any help should you need any. And as always, we hope you have a pleasant time, and we sincerely hope you'll stay.

Side note: I like Star Wars (oh, and the Beatles, I suppose).

  

Thank you for the warm welcome! KotoR for sure is one of the most epic and best SW games ever. Played it countless times too. Glad to meet other SW fans here too.

Just browsing through some threads now. So much to discover 🙂

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Big movie fan as well, I'm on the Harry Potter end of things for that matter, but have seen the Star Wars films and own the original trilogy and the prequels. I love soundtracks as well, and I assume you heard of Morricone's passing recently, to whom I dedicated a long-ass speech on here. We've got stuff in common, I usually work out to albums I haven't heard before, shooting two birds in one shot. Welcome to the forum @KyleKartan.

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Welcome, Kyle, glad to have you! Stick around, explore the threads, contribute your thoughts! apple01

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I've been a Star Wars fan since the very beginning too. I wish I could have been there for the beginning of the Beatles...for Beatlemania beatlemaniacs_02_gif

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