Author Anne Rice, age 80
EVERY little thing - The Beatles
THE SHOW must go on - Queen
HIGHWAY to hell - AC/DC
It seemed so strange that as much time as John spent on "Don't Let Me Down," including the rooftop performance, the song was left off the album. I know.....Allen Klein had something to do with it back when, but now with the refurbishing of the album by Giles, I don't see why he didn't correct the original mistake and put the song on the album. If you can fix the Spector production, you can fix the lineup of songs. It is just silly to stick that song on another little disc with a few other songs when it so obviously belongs on "Get Back"..."Let It Be." I edited my version to place it right after "Because You're Sweet And Lovely" and just before "Get Back" at the end of the album. That's where it belongs...Love Paul's introduction of the song....and then John's intro to "Get Back." It all just fits.
Was it left off because it was the B-side of the 45 Get Back, so they wanted people to also buy the 45 and the album?
LITTLE LAURA wrote:
Thanks for the info on Paul. I'll keep them in mind. Glad you got better access too. Curiously, I'm not getting any labels from the boxes on top of this. (smiley face, Bold, Italics, underline, etc). Weird. Maybe if I sign out & log in again. Thanks anyways.
Another weird glitch on this site! How were you able to post that face above, then? Was it directly from your computer? I have loads of emoticons on my iPad I can use in regular posts, but have to use the ones provided here in PMs! If I try to use my emoticons in a PM it gives me some kind of error page!
I don't think oobu ever posted this video she sent me:
Thanks, Nancy. The host is John Harris, who edited the Get Back transcript book.
Here's a 1973 interview with John Lennon. John says that he has split from Allen Klein and he concedes that possibly Paul's suspicions were right.
I just saw that John video recently. I'm glad he realized Paul was right all along. I just wish John hadn't been so stubborn back in 1969 - he didn't listen to others' warnings about Klein at all. And he broke The Beatles' cardinal rule that all 4 of them had to agree on something or it was not done. I can understand George going along with John, but why did Ringo?
ain't no mountain HIgh enough - Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell