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12 September 2014
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Paul McCartney -

Lived with Girlfriend 1964 until 1968 - Jane Asher - who lived at 57 Whimpole Street, London. With her parents.

Played - Alice in Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll (A 'children's story' that has backwards writing in it. A Walrus and a pot smoking Caterpillar in it)

Jane Asher in Through the Looking Glass produced by Dr Jonathon MillerImage Enlarger

Inspired -

I'm looking through you

Father

Dr Richard Asher - Who wrote in The Lancet

The Dangers of going to bed (1947) - "one of the most influential medical papers ever written"
The Seven Sins of Medicine (1949, in Lancet 1949 Aug 27;2(6574):358-60)
Myxoedematous Madness(1949)
Munchausen’s syndrome (1951, in Lancet 1951 Feb 10;1(6650):339-41)
Why are medical articles so dull(1958)
The Talking Sense trilogy:
Clinical Sense (1959) with a rueful correction in The dog in the night-time (1960)
Making Sense (1959, in Lancet, 1959, 2, 359)
Talking Sense (1959, in Lancet, 1959, 2, 417)

AND

Respectable Hypnosis(1956)

Amongst Dr Richard Asher's students were:

Dr Jonathon Miller - Who inspired the character Jeremy Hilary Boob (Nowhere Man ) in The Yellow Submarine animated movie.

and

Dr Oliver Sacks who wrote

The Awakenings (made into a movie starring Robin Williams and Robert de Niro)

AND

Musicophilia:- Tales of Music and the Brain.

One chapter is entitled:

COME TOGETHER.

Jane Asher's mother was Margaret Augusta Eliot She was a professor of oboe at the Guildhall school of music and drama, and her best-known student was the Beatles record producer George Martin. Eliot was an also honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music. In 2011, just before her death at age 97, she appeared in the documentary film Produced by George Martin.

Martin has said that he wasn't impressed by the Beatles when he first heard them for Parlophone (part of EMI). He was going to reject them but when he asked them if they saw anything they didn't like Harrison said 'Well I don't like your tie for a start' . It made Martin laugh and it wasn't their music that made him take them on it was their cheekiness. He didn't like the drummer Pete Best because he was too serious. Parlophone had previously made its name making comedy records. It is thought that Parlophone had been recommended to the Beatles manager Brian Epstein by Steven Ward of Profumo scandal fame.

Steven Ward lived 100 yards from 57 Whimpole St on Whimpole Mews and he had an Osteopath practice there.

For who don't know Ward was implicated with prostitutes Christine Keeler and Mandy Rice Davis with the UK Defense MP John Profumo and a Soviet Spy.

Brief shots of Christine Keeler and Mandy Rice Davis appear in the Beatles video Free As A Bird .

Both Dr Richard Asher and Dr Steven Ward "committed suicide"

+++++++++

Paul McCartney always insisted that the tune YESTERDAY was in his head when he woke up at Jane Asher's/hypnotist Dr Richard Asher's house at 57 Whimpole St.

Now a song from John Lennon on the Imagine Album.

How Do You Sleep?

SO Sgt. Pepper TOOK YOU BY SURPRISE
YOU BETTER SEE RIGHT THROUGH THAT MOTHER'S EYES
Those freaks was right when they said you was dead
The one mistake you made was in your head

HOW DO YOU SLEEP?
HOW DO YOU SLEEP AT NIGHT?

You live with straights who tell you, you was king
JUMP WHEN YOUR MOMMA TELL YOU ANYTHING
The only thing you done was YESTERDAY
And since you've gone you're just another day

How do you sleep?
How do you sleep at night?

How do you sleep?
How do you sleep at night?

A pretty face may last a year or two
But pretty soon they'll see what you can do
The sound you make is muzak to my ears
You must have learned something in all those years

How do you sleep?
How do you sleep at night?

AND

Paul McCartney himself

'I wake up to the sound of Music, Mother Mary comes to me

Speaking words of wisdom

Let it be".

Paul McCartney 's mother died suddenly ...........
her name was Mary.............

 

And Finally Lewis Carroll was a member of the The Society for Psychic Research.

[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQQFgwVHEIQ[/url]

12 September 2014
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The Poem JABBERWOCKY backwardsImage Enlarger

 The Poem JABBERWOCKY from Lewis Carrolls' Through the Looking Glass. Printed backwards.

The Sergeant Pepper album run out groove - first forwards then backwards

According to Studio Sound Engineer Geoff Emerick this took all day to perfect.

WHY?

[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQQFgwVHEIQ[/url]

12 September 2014
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I'm not sure at all what you're attempting to suggest here, and not sure how this comes into "Recording and Musicology" (which is more aimed at technical discussions of The Beatles as musicians and their recording techniques).

The suggestion that Dr. Stephen Ward knew Brian and recommended Parlophone to Brian is a completely new one on me, and I'd be interested in your sources, as it disagrees with every sourced account of how The Beatles came to be on EMI.

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12 September 2014
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Ron Nasty said
I'm not sure at all what you're attempting to suggest here, and not sure how this comes into "Recording and Musicology" (which is more aimed at technical discussions of The Beatles as musicians and their recording techniques).

The suggestion that Dr. Stephen Ward knew Brian and recommended Parlophone to Brian is a completely new one on me, and I'd be interested in your sources, as it disagrees with every sourced account of how The Beatles came to be on EMI.

Firstly the mention of Geoff Emerick - Sound Engineer for the making of the Sergeant Pepper album comes into the category of Recording and Dr Oliver Sacks is an expert on the effect of Music on the mind.

And the Dr Steven Ward aspect is what is crawling out of the woodwork from Operation Yewtree. Watch this space.

Perhaps you'd better watch this

And NO Paul McCartney is not dead. But he was however 'Born Again' and we're not talking Christian.

[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQQFgwVHEIQ[/url]

13 September 2014
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Well there you go. It was totally expected.

I posted something you people couldn't handle.

I started a topic in Musicology called Musicology which included Dr Oliver Sacks and his treatise on "Musicophilia" and because it disturbed your Fluffy Pink Bunny Rabbit world you sent it to the Craziest theories section and then subsequently removed it from there too because "IT WASN'T CRAZY ENOUGH". You couldn't really laugh at it and it was impossible for you to argue against it. See how they run like Pigs from a gun.

Well sorry guys you failed the test. You've nothing to say that I want to hear.

To paraphrase the lads - "You say Hello and I say Goodbye."

But I'll let you (if you can) offer YOUR CRAZY THEORIES on:

"Death Cab for Cutie" by the Bonzo Dog Doo da Band from Magical Mystery Tour . - Explain please?

The run out groove on the Sergeant Pepper Album - Explain Please?

Lennon's - "How do you sleep"

"Mind Games forever."

Oh and this:

She's so right, you can't handle the truth

'Living is easy with eyes closed, Misunderstanding all they see'

Neil Aspinall (school friend of George who became their tour manager and later CEO of Apple) said "If ever I write a book about the Beatles it will not be published until four years after my death" - Neil Aspinall died in 2008.

 

Mal Evans (Beatles groupie, effectively a body guard who accompanied Paul McCartney on that strange tour through France both of them eventually flying to Kenya October 1966). They came back and both of them (yes Evans too) conceived Sergeant Pepper   . Evans was on the phone to a publisher about his forth coming book 'Living the Beatles Legend' where he is quoted as saying that if anything happens to him make sure the book gets published. Four hours later Evans was shot dead by a US police hit squad. The man in charge of this squad was called Higbie, the same man who had stalled the Robert Kennedy / Sirhan Sirhan case. None of the Beatles attended his funeral, he had been with them since the Cavern days. The book has never been published.

1967 - 1947: It was twenty years ago today Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play' 

My Avatar is the False Moustache from the card that accompanies the Sergeant Pepper vinyl version

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