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2) Why did the Beatles resonate so much with you that you decided they were special and not just like any other band? (again, I'm referring to initially when you first began to realize you liked the Beatles -- I'm not so much talking about your present thoughts about it.)

They weren't singing about that damned subject of love all the time, and that made them much better imo.

I'm glad i'm not the only one who hates how so many song are about love.

BTW, i think everyone falls for peer pressure at least once even if it's by someone like a teacher or parent but not every millenial/post millenial is into trends or anything like that.  

I was going to say (and I've ended up saying!) that this is kind of ironic, given how many of the early Beatles songs (and even into the middle period) were about boy-girl love (cough cough "She Loves You Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" etc.). But of course they did evolve and expand out of that quite nicely.

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John Lennon was my entry point into the band. Once I made that connection it wasn’t going to be cut - the tragedy of his murder cemented that. I loved his voice, musical/lyrical ability and world view.

I knew the Beatles were not just any other band.

There was that sense of superiority and cultural significance that I still hold on to. I don’t really have much time for modern music, and at the back of my mind I’m always thinking ‘this doesn’t compare’.

As a younger guy, some people would probably find my obsession with the Beatles weird. That made me shy and a little embarrassed at first. But I learned not to care. If they don’t like good music, or respect my right to enjoy it, too bad. 

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@The Hole Got Fixed said

 They weren't singing about that damned subject of love all the time, and that made them much better imo. 
 

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You mean romantic love? I have no quibbles with The Word kind of love. It's just sappy romance that gets on my nerves after 10,000 hours (especially because I don't relate to it at all). a-hard-days-night-paul-10

The Beatles were all about love. But it wasn't necessarily boy-girl love all the time, it was a fair bit of that within the greater aspect of universal hippie love, which I appreciate.

...And then there's Pink Floyd, who wrote three or four love songs in their entire career and they're all slightly schizophrenic and fairly obscure. heartheartheart

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Maybe the current generation is less tribalistic than it was "back in the day".  

I would venture to guess that it may be (at least in Western first-world countries), because of things like the Internet encouraging diversity of interests and peer groups. On a forum like this, a fifteen-year-old can have intense debates with a fifty-year-old through their shared love of the best band in history, and the said fifteen-year-old can learn all kinds of things about musical history and David Bowie's extensive back catalogue via the marvels of the Web, as opposed to being limited, as it was 'back in the day', to what is being played on the radio and released in the record shops (and the parents' record collection, though that might be ignored for being far too uncool).

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There was that sense of superiority and cultural significance that I still hold on to. I don’t really have much time for modern music, and at the back of my mind I’m always thinking ‘this doesn’t compare’.
 

I enjoy a few select modern artists, and I would say they definitely have plenty of value to add to the world, but at the same time I do kind of feel that I don't quite hold them in the same level of respect and adoration (adulation?) as I have for the classic 60's and 70's artists that I enjoy. I'm not sure if it's a product of certain great things (e.g. The Dark Side of the Moon) already having been done before or the tendency to idolise things that are firmly bygone and crystallised in history. Either way, I enjoy both sides of it: the legacy of a band like the Beatles, who are firmly entrenched in the 1960s, and the currency of a band like Muse, whom I'M GOING TO SEE THIS SUNDAY AHHH beatlemaniacs_02_gif

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I think good love songs are fantastic, and The Beatles and Beach Boys are king. Just my two cents. I love love song. I love writing them too. I guess you could call me a hopeless romantic. 

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I think good love songs are fantastic, and The Beatles and Beach Boys are king. Just my two cents. I love love song. I love writing them too. I guess you could call me a hopeless romantic.   

Don't get me wrong, I have a healthy appreciation for a good love song (like Something , the greatest ever written according to Frank Sinatra, or God Only Knows), especially when the music speaks louder than the words. I can feel the love in the music; the words, not so much. I don't relate to the lyrical part of it much, but the music is something my soul knows about.

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I think my favorite love song of all is "I Will " -- its understated lyric seems all the more poignant:

"Will I wait a lonely lifetime, if you want me to, I will"

(Notice the nice way Paul bookends that sentence with "Will I / I will")

A close second is Gordon Lightfoot's song "I'll Do Anything":

"I've been around some walking on down the street
Feeling as low as the shoes on the soles of my feet.
Taking dead aim on fortune and fame you might say
Playing guitar doesn't make you a star anyway.

Many's the time I've wished that I were free
But my love for you was too deep for my eyes to see.
I'd never leave you, I'll do anything that you say.

Whenever the thought seems better off left alone,
I think of you then in a way that is ten times as strong.
Taking dead aim on fortune and fame you might say
Playing guitar doesn't make you a star anyway.

I'd never leave you, I'll do anything that you say
Try to believe me, I'll do anything that you say
Though it might grieve me, I'll do anything that you say..."

It's that last line that kills me.

 

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I think my favorite love song of all is "I Will " -- its understated lyric seems all the more poignant:

"Will I wait a lonely lifetime, if you want me to, I will"

(Notice the nice way Paul bookends that sentence with "Will I / I will")

Ooh yes, that is one of the other best love songs of all time. Maybe one of the best songs... so understated, streamlined, almost meant to be, but Paul came up with it and no one else. a-hard-days-night-paul-5

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Do you consider yourselves in any way "different" from your peers your age, because of your special love of the Beatles, while they seem to be indifferent to the Beatles or only casually like them so-so?

When I'm meeting new people (it doesn't happen often, but it does happen), I am always playing a Beatles song, dropping Pink Floyd's name, and subsequently getting into conversations with adults who highly approve/share my musical tastes. It happened again recently. a-hard-days-night-john-6 Something is a really good crowd-pleaser on a ukulele a-hard-days-night-george-9

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1) what was the very first encounter you had with the Beatles -- how old were you, how did it happen?

I don't know how old I was-- very young, I imagine. My dad played the Beatles a lot when I was little.

2) why did the Beatles resonate so much with you that you decided they were special and not just like any other band? (again, I'm referring to initially when you first began to realize you liked the Beatles -- I'm not so much talking about your present thoughts about it).

It's tough to remember, but I think I just really liked their music. It just sounded good to me, I guess.

  

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1) what was the very first encounter you had with the Beatles -- how old were you, how did it happen?

Very young, my mum singing "She Loves You " all the freakin' time. I was annoyed. 

 

2) why did the Beatles resonate so much with you that you decided they were special and not just like any other band? (again, I'm referring to initially when you first began to realize you liked the Beatles -- I'm not so much talking about your present thoughts about it).

 

They sounded a lot better to me than newer music, I liked the way they sung. 

 

  

  

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My parents would play the Beatles’ music for me when I was really little, and when I got a little older I would hear great things about The Beatles because of the popularity of the band, I thought one day (I was probably eleven or twelve at the time), why not download a few of their albums myself? So I downloaded Abbey Road on my smart phone and fell in love with it after listening to it once. I really liked how the songs were unique and different from each other, but also the reoccurring themes in certain songs. After that, I began to explore more of their music and read about the members and I guess just became a fan over a period of time. Now I’m fourteen and I’m obsessed.

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Hi, I'm new to this forum. I'm 13 years old and I really really really love the Beatles. I just do not understand how people can not like the Beatles. Really, no reason not to love them. They are so great and they are legends. The singers young people like are just lame compared to the Beatles. Some of my friends like anime and some of them like K-pop. Those are just lame. They sometimes ignore me 'cause I'm not the same as them. Is there anyone who is in the same situation as me. Help I need somebody, help not just anybody, help you know I need someone, help! By the way, this forum is the best webpage I've ever visited!

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1) what was the very first encounter you had with the Beatles -- how old were you, how did it happen?

I had several brief Beatley moments before becoming a fan. The first one, IIRC, was in 2012 when I watched the Olympics opening ceremony and saw Paul performing Hey Jude . I was 10 and basically thought "oh, what a funny grandpa and why is everybody singing the silly nanananana" (Sorrrrryyy to all the Paulettes I deeply regret that nowahdn_paul_01)

2) why did the Beatles resonate so much with you that you decided they were special and not just like any other band?

I love them because they made music of great quantity and quality, which has captured my heart and soul and become a wonder in my ordinary life. Moreover, I'm deeply fascinated by the life stories of these four incredible guys. They show me the process of growing up, self-exploring and chasing for the life they love. I feel that I can always reach for encouragement and understanding in them, even though I've never met them.

And welcome to the forum @modern_beatlemaniac ! I'll say that I can't find many Beatles fans around me either, but you can always come to the forum and have a nice talk. I hope to see you around more often.heart

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Funny Paper said
 

1) what was the very first encounter you had with the Beatles -- how old were you, how did it happen?

I recall hearing several of their songs as a child, and children in my class singing Yellow Submarine and Hey Jude , but the clearest memory is when I was about 7 and my my music teacher at primary school sat us all down to tell us about them, particularly the life of John, who he particularly liked. The year after that, I visited the Beatles Story museum in Liverpool with my family. 

In terms of me properly getting into them, I had gotten into a bunch of bands (firstly modern indie, then pop-punk, then classic rock and so on) aged around 13/14/15. My approach to music listening back then was to download a band's whole discography, then go through it album by album and pick out the songs I liked. I'd already done this for Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, so The Beatles were a natural next step. Also, I had bought the 1 compilation around the same time to play at a family party for which I was providing background music, so some of the songs on there peaked my interest too. 

2) why did the Beatles resonate so much with you that you decided they were special and not just like any other band? (again, I'm referring to initially when you first began to realize you liked the Beatles -- I'm not so much talking about your present thoughts about it).

With most bands, you hear all the most famous songs and their most popular albums, and then from there any listening you might do is just kind of completist and only for die-hard fans except for the occasional deep cut song which has escaped public notice. I was expecting to reach this point with The Beatles since I'd already had it with several other bands, but I just kept on finding more and more songs of theirs that I loved, including some I just couldn't believe I hadn't heard before (It's All Too Much and Hey Bulldog just blew me away), months after I thought I'd heard all the important stuff. 

  

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Hi, I'm new to this forum. I'm 13 years old and I really really really love the Beatles. I just do not understand how people can not like the Beatles. Really, no reason not to love them. They are so great and they are legends. The singers young people like are just lame compared to the Beatles. Some of my friends like anime and some of them like K-pop. Those are just lame. They sometimes ignore me 'cause I'm not the same as them. Is there anyone who is in the same situation as me. Help I need somebody, help not just anybody, help you know I need someone, help! By the way, this forum is the best webpage I've ever visited!

  

Keep an open mind towards the music your friends are listening to. You might not like what they are playing, but I've learned that if there is one way to get people to pay attention, its by extending the same courtesy to them when they are showing you music they like. Plus, so much music I'd previously dismissed as lame when I was younger I now love. But don't worry, you will find many a young Beatlemaniac on here heart

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Hi, I'm new to this forum. I'm 13 years old and I really really really love the Beatles. I just do not understand how people can not like the Beatles. Really, no reason not to love them. They are so great and they are legends. The singers young people like are just lame compared to the Beatles. Some of my friends like anime and some of them like K-pop. Those are just lame. They sometimes ignore me 'cause I'm not the same as them. Is there anyone who is in the same situation as me. Help I need somebody, help not just anybody, help you know I need someone, help! By the way, this forum is the best webpage I've ever visited!

  

Fellow teen here.  It's important to remember that as a teen you're at a point in your life where you're starting to develop intense emotional associations to the music you listen to in a way that you didn't as a kid and won't again once you're an adult with a fully developed brain.  Your friends are likely developing these associations for the music they're listening to too. It's important to be considerate to that fact when talking to them about the music they like.

So I agree that you should try to be open to what your friends are listening to, and then they'll be more likely to be open to what you're listening to.  Usually with the Beatles, people know them, but they haven't gone out of their way to listen to them, and may not even realize just how many songs they already know by them.

If things are going well you can share music with each other and you can show a side of the Beatles they may not have been aware of before.

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1) what was the very first encounter you had with the Beatles -- how old were you, how did it happen?

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I couldn't tell you with certainty my first experience with the Beatles because I've known some songs by them for as long as I can remember.  I imagine they were played semi-frequently on my dad's classic rock station if choice, though he's said he wasn't necessarily a big fan it was moreso his older siblings that got into them.

The first experience I concretely remember is playing Yellow Submarine on Beatles Rockband, but I was already 7 or 8 by that point.

2) why did the Beatles resonate so much with you that you decided they were special and not just like any other band?

I'm not quite sure how to answer this question, again because I don't have much of a first impression to speak of.  I suppose I thought they were special because everyone else thought so, or maybe because they were important enough to get a Rock Band game all to themselves instead of just a couple songs on one of the main games.

That doesn't necessarily explain why I'm into them now though, except that I always kind of liked them, so the transition to listening to all of their other songs was probably made easier.

This time of me really getting into the Beatles started about late December, and it started mainly because I was home sick during winter break, and I saw a video talking about how the Beatles used modes or something.  I thought "oh it's been awhile I should listen to them again."  And then I just never stopped and also got around to listening to all the songs I hadn't yet.

However there was another time I got obsessed with them in a different way, though not necessarily less intense.

About 2 or 3 years ago Spotify announced that the Beatles were gonna be added to Spotify, and I got really excited about this, and when they were added I listened to them a lot.  At this point though, I just looked up songs that were popular and ones my parents recommended and didn't bother venturing into their massive catalogue beyond that.  I wouldn't say I liked them less though.  I even discovered my 2 favorite Beatles songs of all time  this period (Ticket To Ride and I Feel Fine ).

Probably the biggest difference between then and now is I didn't feel the need to talk about it much compared to now.  That's why I joined things like Reddit and Discord and now the forum.  That way I wouldn't be subjecting my real life friends to all of it. 

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This reminded me of my own Beatles discovery. My music class a few years ago were studying a song from Miles Davis' Kind of Blue (which sparked my own interest in jazz) and in researching the album we discovered it was on Rolling Stone magazine's top 500 albums of all time list, so we ended up trawling through all 500 entries to find out what numero uno was: Sgt Pepper 's. I didn't listen to it right away (even though Here Comes The Sun and Ticket To Ride were in my playlist at the time), but that Christmas, when it arrived on streaming, I played it during Christmas Dinner, and loved it. 

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 For added detail, The Beatles arrived on Spotify and other streaming services on 24 December 2015. 'Twas a nice Chrimble present.

  

This reminded me of my own Beatles discovery. My music class a few years ago were studying a song from Miles Davis' Kind of Blue (which sparked my own interest in jazz) and in researching the album we discovered it was on Rolling Stone magazine's top 500 albums of all time list, so we ended up trawling through all 500 entries to find out what numero uno was: Sgt Pepper 's. I didn't listen to it right away (even though Here Comes The Sun and Ticket To Ride were in my playlist at the time), but that Christmas, when it arrived on streaming, I played it during Christmas Dinner, and loved it. 

  

I do find it interesting that both phases I had getting into the Beatles happened around Christmas. Maybe Christmas is just a Beatley time.

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