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  Oh, I get by

  with a Little Help

  From My Friends

Early Beatles
soon after Ringo joined the Band.
The FAB FOUR -Was it Their Music or their "Feeling"? ?
The Beatles played in Germany in the Eary 60's to Audiences that didn't speak Much English. They learned from the audience reactions there (doging things thrown on Stage), that the words of the song were not as Important as the "Feel" and "Connection" of their Music. Their early songs often had simple - She Loves You, Yea Yea Yea - Lyrics but the Effect of the songs were more direct and the "Feel" was there. When they Released Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, there was much talk about the Album's "dramatic unity, haunting harmony and lyrics, asymmetrical musical phrases and rhythms, and integrated use of electronic music techniques and Indian sitar sounds". But The Inovation of Sgt. Peppers was moving the "Feel and Connection" to another Level.
- Beatles Talking With The Reporters in 64 -

Press: Does it bother you that you can't hear what you sing during concerts?
~John: No, we dont mind. We've got the records at home.

Press: How did you find America?
~John: Turn left at Greenland.

Press: How do you feel about teenagers imitating you with Beatle wigs?
~John: They're not imitating us because we don't wear Beatle wigs.

Press: Do you fight amongst yourselves?
~John: Only in the mornings.

Press: Are you a mod or a rocker?
~Ringo: I'm a mocker.

Press: Are you afraid military service might break up your careers?
~John: No. There's no draft in England now. We're going to let you do our fighting for us.

Press: Are you going to have a leading lady for the film you're about to make?
~Paul: We're trying to get the Queen. She'd sell in England, you know.

Press: Do you have any special advice for teenagers?
~John: Don't get pimples.

Press: Do you like topless bathing suits?
~Ringo: We've been wearing them for years.

Press: Do you plan to record any anti-war songs?
~John: All our songs are anti-war.

Press: Aren't you tired of all the hocus-pocus? Wouldn't you rather sit on your fat wallets?
~Paul: When we get tired we take fat vacations on our fat wallets.

Press: Beethoven figures in one of your songs. What do you think of Beethoven?
~Ringo: I love him. Especially his poems.

Press: Can we look forward to any more Beatle movies?
~John: Well, there'll be many more but I don't know whether you can look forward to them or not.

Press (to George): Hi, you're not married.
~George: No, I'm George.

Press: Did you really use four letter words on the tourists in the Bahamas?
~John: What we actually said was "Gosh".
~Paul: We may have also said "Heavens!".
~John: Couldn't have said that, Paul. More than four letters.

Press (to George): Did you write "Ringo's Theme"?
~George: No, did you? You haven't been reading the little bits of paper, have you, that says who writes "Ringo's Theme"?

Press: Ringo, what started your practice of wearing four rings at once?
~Ringo: Six got to be too heavy.

Press: Ringo, why do you wear two rings on each hand?
~Ringo: Because I can't fit them through my nose.

Press: What are some of your favorite programs on American television?
~Paul: News in Espanol from Miami. Popeye. Bullwinkle. All the cultural stuff.
~John: I like American TV because you can get eighteen stations, but you can't get a good picture on any of them.

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        The Beatles Albums
1. Meet the BEATLES!
2. the Beatles Second Album
3. A Hard Days Night
3. Something New
4. Beatles '65
5. Beatles VI
6. Help!
7. Rubber Soul
8. Yesterday
9. Revolver
10. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
11. Magical Mystery Tour
12. the White Album
13. Yellow Submarine
14. Abbey Road
15. Hey Jude!
16. Let It Be

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