When the Beatles in their last end with U.S. commitments , released in England their new album REVOLVER . On the cover face a collage of photos b / w psychedelic style , the work of Klaus Voorman , their old Hamburg friend . The disc continues the momentum of RUBBER SOUL , amplifying its obvious changes , its avant-garde and maturity. REVOLVER is designed as a disk where the songs follow each other without interruption. It begins with a further contribution of George Harrison who takes the Inland Revenue in a brilliant song called Taxman . In I Love You, he uses the sitar again . Paul wrote a new song in the style of classical music , performed by an octet string , Eleanor Rigby, an ode to solitude. He also wrote another memorable melody , Here there and everywhere and an excellent demonstration of soul music , Got to get you into my life . And also stand And your bird can sing , composed by John and Yellow submarine , small return to childhood offered by Paul and George Martin . The disc ends with Tomorrow never knows , a strange and sophisticated song by John , in a surreal style , built around a single note whose title , to withdraw any dramatic connotation , is based on a common expression Ringo as a hard day 's night (night of a hard day) , another of his leitmotifs . Tomorrow never knows is an abrupt change of course in the music of the Beatles, a harbinger of what will happen thereafter.
REVOLVER is also the first album that The Beatles were recording in a more relaxed atmosphere . The group has decided to leave the scene because of the unbearable pressure of touring and because the cries of fans covering their music, there were less good in concert. Now they have time and Abbey Road Studios become their second home. They are no longer forced to write songs at full speed on the seat of a van/small truck or in a hotel room .
Now they can have fun in the studio , search , engaging experiences . The result will be the definitive abandonment of teenage love songs of their first time , together with a mature sensitive text . Working in studio finally represents a major step forward for the Beatles: new opportunities available to them and many barriers fall . REVOLVER is a beautiful and amazing record, but it is only the announcement of the great work begins to mature around an imaginary character , Sergeant Pepper marking the era of psychedelic time ..."Fausse stéréo" (English duophony). By the way, LP cover made with collages by their friend Klaus Voormann.
Les Beatles sont certainement le groupe à avoir été le plus adapté que ce soit en français ou dans d'autres langues que cette dernière. Voici une liste d'adaptations de chansons des Beatles en français, interprétées par des Français et des francophones. La liste qui se trouve ci-dessous est classée par interprète (s), inclut aussi des chansons signées Lennon/McCartney dont les The Beatles eux-mêmes n'ont pas forcément enregistré les versions originales et des versions évidentes via leurs reprises. Cette liste ne concerne que les titres sortis entre 1962 et 2004.
- Akim : "Humm ! Qu'elle est belle", 1965 (I Feel Fine)
- Alain (CA) :
- Frank Alamo :
- Ali Baba et ses 4 Voleurs (CA) : "Je t'aime", 1966 (I Need You)
- Marcel Amont : "Dans 45 ans", 1967 (When I'm Sixty-Four)
- Les Arvern's : "Elle t'aime", 1963 (She Loves You)
- Au bonheur des dames : "Valérie et Albert", 1976 (Back in the U. S. S. R. )
- Danny Aumont (CA) : "Des bises de moi pour toi", 1964 (From Me to You)
- Richard Anthony :
- Le 25° Régiment (CA) :
- Les Aristocrates (CA) : "Michelle", 1966 (Michelle)
- Michèle Arnaud : "Je croyais", 1965 (Yesterday)
- Les Atomes (CA) : "Michelle", 1966 (Michelle)
- Hugues Aufray : "Je croyais", 1965 (Yesterday)
- Marcel Azzola: "Michelle", 1966 (Festival FY 2436 M) (orchestral - accordéon)
- Une partie de mes références sur les chanteurs, chanteuses et groupes canadiens proviennent du site : http://retrojeunesse60.com que j'ai découvert aux alentours du 15 février 2012.
Je tiens à préciser que je n'ai rien piqué à personne sauf à moi pour le compte d'un autre site web il y a 7 ans.
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25.03.1964: The Beatles make its first apperance on BBC TV's "Top Of The Pops" singing Can't Buy Me Love. 4.04.1964: this song tops the UK chart, after selling a record 1,226,000 copies in its first week, and tops US chart, making a record leap in US from a #27 chart debut vaulting over Twist And Shout which moves up 1 place to hit #2, and selling 2 million copies in its week of release, after advance orders of 1,700,000. Its advance orders of 1 million are the largest in the UK record history. 25.04.1964: Peter (Asher) & Gordon (Waller)'s Lennon/McCartney-penned A World Without Love knocks Can't Buy Me Love off the top of the UK chart.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8uYXcD27bk : Day Tripper / We Can Work It Out tops UK chart, as The Beatles spend their third successive Xmas at #1 since 18.12.1965. Jan.22, 1966, Day Tripper hits US #5.
Jan.28, 1966: The Cavern club closes down with debts of 10,000 £...
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I filmed this video while there were playing it at the Fiestacity in Verviers on 28.08.2010. The original version was cut by The Top Notes in 1961. 1962: The Isley Brothers move to Wand Records, where they team with producer Bert Berns. Blues ballad Right Now is another flop but, for the follow-up, Berns presents his own song Twist And Shout (originally by The Top Notes). July : Twist And Shout tops R&B chart and peaks at US #17, becoming a classic reaching a wider audience through/thru The Beatles version. With the current dance craze, Wand has The Isleys record Twistin' With Linda; it makes US #54. Twist And Shout makes US #61. This video is also featured on their MySpace website. Jan.11, 1963: The Beatles complete 10 new tracks for their debut album Please Please Me in one session at Abbey Road studios in 15 mins. short of 10 hours. John's vocal for the said cover is recorded in 1 take as an afterthought to complete the album's tracks.
Still at the same place on 27 October 2010 - Get Back...Jo Jo=>from an idea of a Chuck Berry's song Jo Jo Gunne (10/1958).
26.04.1969 : Get Back tops UK chart, the only Beatles single to debut in the UK at #1. On it, Billy Preston receives a label-credit as "The Beatles with...", the only artist ever to do so. A few months later (11/1968), Preston is not credited on the "White Album" [because of its plain white sleeve (a reversal from Sgt.Pepper's lavish one)] because of his A&M Records' contract.
From Us To You ;)
Incedible British Beatles tribute band performing From Me To You at the Spirit of 66 on 27.10.2010.
Live at the American bar The Spirit of 66 last 27 October 2010. Here come old flat top he got, groovy up slowly he come, chew chew eyeballs he wants...29.11.1969 : originally charting separately, Come Together/Something tops the US chart. 6.12.1969 : Something/Come Together hits UK #4.
Live at the Spirit of 66, Verviers (B) on Wednesday, 27/10/2010...Close your eyes and listen !
28.03.1964: The Australian chart published this week reads - #1 I Saw Her Standing There, #2 Love Me Do, #3 Roll Over Beethoven, #4 All My Loving, #5 She Loves You and #6 I Want To Hold Your Hand !!!
Pas dupes Sgt. Pepper's Only Dart Board Band pcq à l'origine (à Hambourg, les Beatles la chantait sous ce titre bcp plus r'n'r que la version LP sur Parlophone. Il reste une trace d'un simple sud-africain qui utilise Just Seventeen avec en sous-titre ISHSThere ! Il y a une image de ce single dans l'un de mes album photo HTFR (sur facebook). La cover de SPODBB est splendide. Rock and roll ! The hurricane (SPODBB) destroyed everything in its track !!!
First of all, a very happy New Year to all.***Money (That's what I want) recorded by The Beatles on their With The Beatles album in 1963 as well as The Rolling Stones on their 1st EP in 1964 (album The Singer Not The Song) was a song written and composed by Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford.***Just before recording the song, Strong (b. West Point, MS, 5 Feb. 1941) was a part-time gospel singer.***Then in 1959 he recorded "Money" which was released in August on ANNA Records (Gordy's sister). Strong was also a key associate and friend of Berry Gordy.***In January 1960, the 45 record was distributed by TAMLA all over America and reached R'n'B #2 then crossed over to the TOP POP at #23.
En novembre 1968, les Beatles achevaient d'enregistrer ce double LP blanc "White Album". Jean Martin, manager du Sixteenth Century débarque à Londres à Abbey Road studios avec une bobine contenant e.a. Daydream - construite différemment que la version définitive. Le Wallace arrive à Londres (tous frais payés par EMI) le 6 janvier 1969 [époque à laquelle les Beatles travaillent sur leur prochain single Get Back] pour y enregister une chanson qui fera un carton par la suite courant mars 1969 (#1 en France et en Belgique francophone, #2 en Belgique néerlandophone, #14 aux Pays-Bas, #41 en Angleterre et plusieurs #1 en Amérique du Sud et Centrale...):"Daydream"...I fell asleep admid the flowers for a couple of hours on a beautiful day...Macca avait déclaré début 1969: "After us, it will be (them"[http://www.wallacecollection.net].Les 7/12/68 (UK) et 28/12/68 (USA), ce double LP est # 1.It is referred to as the White Album because of its plain white sleeve (a reversal from Sgt. Pepper's lavish one.For the 1st time The Beatles (including Billy Preston not credited) worked separately on some of the songs on the album/LP Record, as cracks began to appear in the partnership.*****20th Aug., 1969: The Beatles were together for the last time in a recording studio (I want you [She's so heavy]) for Abbey Road featuring Billy Preston still not credited.This LP topped UK and US charts (4th Oct. and 1st Nov. of 1969)/updated 14th June, 2006. 23rd May, 1970: Let It Be (Billy Preston credited on the backside of the cover) tops UK chart "a cardboard tombstone" and a sad and tatty end to a musical fusion".The Beatles are no more: Macca [the press writes that he was the man who broke up The Beatles] is recording simultaneously his debut solo album McCartney (UK #2 & US #1, 05/1970), John making hits with the Plastic Ono Band (Cold Turkey, (means hard drug) and Give Peace A Chance as well and, Ringo about to release his album Sentimental Journey : UK #7 & US #22, 04/1970 (among the arrangers there was his friend Maurice (Gibb) of the Bee Gees (a duo including Barry!) themselves). George begins recording All Things Must Pass (UK #4 & US #1, 12/1970).
"Hello Little Girl" dans la version des Beatles n'est jamais parue avant l'ère du numérique [2 CD box set Anthology(1)[sorti le mardi 21/11/1995 à 0:00:]/rec. live at Decca Studios, London, New Year's Day 1962]. Ce sont The Fourmost qui se chargent d'en faire un carton.*** En France, c'est Sheila (Annie Chancel) qui en enregistre une version sous le titre "Hello Petite Fille". Elle est accompagnée par "Les Guitares" et ce qui ne gâche rien avec des arrangements musicaux de Sam Clayton (alias Jean Claudric). 5° disque Philips 434.849 (B1),1963.***Vidéo: Hello Little Girl by The Silver Beatles, 01/62.