I quite agree, but I guess not everyone is a Beatles fan️
@wandy That is true. 😞
The same thing happened to Ringo's Tittenhurst Park Estate. He sold it to an Arab guy called, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, he had no idea about Britain's Listed Buildings laws. These buildings are protected by law/government, and musnt be altered without permission from the authorities. The sultan changed a heck of a lot of stuff there. He got onto trouble with the local council, but it was too late, the damage had already been done. I have often wondered what would have happened if the Beatles had been allowed to keep their mural on the front of the Apple Boutique in Baker Street. I believe now it too would be protected by the government. Oh well🙁
You’re quite right (slick) Look at the mural that was painted on the Empress Pub by Ringo’s old Liverpool home. That wouldn’t have been tolerated in the ‘60s!
Agreed! Problem was ( imho) back in the 1960s, the London councils would have consisted of ( mostly) men who had fought in the second world war, and these "old" men now in their 40s, which would definitely seem old to the Beatles, did not risk their lives fighting in a war so long Haired hippy jumped up unimportant pop stars could paint their stupid ugly hideous drug induced paintings on the side of perfectly good buildings. Just saying like.
“I fought in the war for your kind!”
Ringo: “Bet you’re sorry you won. HehHeh.”
Yeah, I love when he sings "I" when it should be "you"....never even try, girl.... in "Please Please Me," it just jumps right out at you. Paul sings it correctly. But, overall, the take on the song sounds just so perfect and energetic that it doesn't matter. No wonder Martin never asked them to do it again.
Totally agree! Like GM told them, “You’ve just recorded your first #1 hit, boys!”