The world where no one knows The Beatles, but one person left with the catalog of hits
One potential classic duet.
…I hope not photoshopped. Danny Cannon from Beatles Fans Around The World shared this. But no one can ascertain the place.
…his death is not his fall, but his ultimate rise. I downloaded the latest Q Magazine yesterday and browsing through it, I saw Mark’s tribute articles. I did not know The Fall, his band founded in the mid-1970s, which has had 66 personnel in the course of decades with only Mark as the mainstay.
So ever curious that I always am, I downloaded what I can from his canon. And, now…. am enjoying his raw punk and eclectic style of music.
Quincy Jones: ‘The Beatles were the worst musicians in the world’
Whoa! I am singing John’s God and in the end i shout ….I don’t believe in Quincy…
To Look, Castillejos with Camila Cabello’s music on.
Great scenery. The calmness is overwhelming.
…in magazines. Q 06/2007 issue. Pulling out one from my mags collection is in fact some wee-hour experience. Listening to Norah Jones and Tina Arena this post-midnight hour provides the right feel for it.
Elijah Wood puts up a record label and answers some post-LOTR production life questions.
Then one band in my bucket list to see – Kaiser Chiefs. Now I appreciate my collection, although not huge enough because I am picky, much better.