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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Chont, Oct 12, 2021.
And I can't get it out. But that's ok. I like it so it can stay there a while.
Not the worst song to be stuck with
An all time great song, I’m gonna put the headphones on and enjoy!!
Love the guitar in this one.
Sometimes it drives me nuts when that happens, sometimes not.
If it's something of mine,then I figure maybe I've got a good hook and I'll work on it a little harder.
I rarely listen to Beatles music. Not sure why. I was a Stones guy back when the beatles were big. Beatles stuff seemed insubstantially fluffy and precious by comparison. I should probably revisit this. I mostly listen to jazz and classical - both then and now - so I might be expected I'd go for the more musically sophisticated stuff the Beatles put out, but nope. My favorite Stones album is to this day "England's Newest Hitmakers." Maybe that's a clue. I'm drawn to the archaic. There's no denying that.
I went through a heavy Beatles phase. Kinda burned out on them for a while. I gravitated to the Kinks after that. Kinda have the grit of the stones with the sophistication of the Beatles.
Coulda been Lawrence Welk
That band might just make it big.
This one has been with me since the 1970's.
Best song on the album
Another one from the turn of the century.
My vote for the best song on Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts album.
But you're missing the point. "Fixing a Hole" is the best song on the album. Arguably the best Beatles song outright. Period. 'Nuff said.
Oh, great.......now it's in MY head!
This album gives me Nyquil flashbacks. Got a really bad flu many years ago and dosed up on Nyquil and fell asleep to this album...
Lucy in the Sky with Nyquil.