Displaying items by tag: The Beatles

Tuesday, 09 February 2021 19:57

Slade in Flame

At the height of their popularity in 1974, their then manager, Chas Chandler (former bass player of The Animals and former manager of Jimi Hendrix), suggested Slade do a film.

Published in Film

It seems that if you are influenced by the Beatles, and live in the area of Woolton in Liverpool. Your influences are likely to be worn on your sleeve. Rob Clarke, the main man behind this band does not shy away from his influences and embraces them

Published in Music

Although it was originally called buta or boteh, meaning “flower,” People have seen resemblances to lotus flowers, a mango, a leech, yin and yang, a dragon, and a cypress pine.

Published in Culture

Pulling up the collar of my mac, I head up and out of the underground car park, break into the fresh air and lookup. I’m greeted by the Liver Birds standing atop of the Liver building. As a Man Utd fan, this is a bit like being greeted by a puncture on a cold and frosty morning.

Published in Culture
Wednesday, 22 July 2020 13:53

A Brief History of Cover Versions

A cover version (or cover) is a new rendition (performance or recording) of a recently recorded song. A re-record, by comparison, takes place long after the original was released. The term "cover version" came to imply rival commercial recordings of the tune aimed at different tastes.

Published in Music

‘It was fifty years ago today, Paul called it a day. ‘

10th April 1970 - The Beatles Break Up Official announcement made by Paul with the press release of his album "McCartney". This footage shows fans' reaction to the news about The Beatles break up. Interesting to listen who is blamed by them for causing the band's split

Published in Video of the Week

Dusty Springfield was born in 1939 and christened Mary Isabel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien. She came from Scottish Irish descent and her brother Tom, and Tim Filed made up a folk trio called The Springfield’s.

Published in Music
Sunday, 27 October 2019 12:05

The Shambolics at P.J. Molloys

P.J. Molloys in Dunfermline, Fife could become as iconic for The Shambolics as The Cavern was to The Beatles at the start of their respective careers.

Published in Music
Friday, 06 September 2019 14:27

A Short Biog of Adam Faith

Terry Nelhams was born in 1940 in Acton, London. He was the third of five children and even as a child had an entrepreneurial spirit. He kept up a series of paper rounds and sold papers from a pitch which enabled him to afford a few luxuries as a twelve-year-old.

Published in Music
Wednesday, 07 August 2019 13:10

Yesterday

What do you get when you mix science fiction with the Beatles, answer is a fab wee feel film and for fans of both genres not to be missed at a cinema near you As if from the Twilight Zone,

Published in Film
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