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Posted By: Bruce Gibbins
Posted On: Tuesday May 19, 2020 at 8:15 PM
 
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By the time the mid 1960's came around, The Beatles lost me in translation.
Their earlier sound with out all the super duper recording studio trickery and maudlin lyrics and music - the age of the Concept album - while enormously popular, were not how I liked to enjoy music.

Up until the Beatles early stuff, there was ever only one truely original British Rock n Roll song - "Move It" in 1958 from, boy bopper, Cliff Richard, written by Ian "Sammy" Samwell who also played rhythm. Check this out if you like - it's on youtube* - dig the bristling guitar of session musician, Earnie Shear.

https://youtu.be/hve1PyDeobE

*I dont know how to post the link, sorry.

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Did you know this ? The first recording of Blueberry Hill, by Dick Johnson #48327
No I didn't. Many times the original version is not the best...... by John Bono #48327.1
I've often said Lennon and McCartney were great writers... by Robert Bolin #48327.1.1
By the time the mid 1960's came around, The Beatles lost me in translation. by Bruce Gibbins #48327.1.1.1
hey Bruce.......check my latest post here for linking tips (EOM) by John Barry #48327.1.1.1.1
Only the Fats version is familiar to me because of when this was released. by Bruce Gibbins #48327.2




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