Journey Into Beatledom Book æ 346 pages Download

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Journey Into Beatledom Book æ 346 pages Download Ê When Cavern DJ Bob Wooler said of The Beatles 'I don't think anything like them will happen again' he hit the nail suare on the head Being both ordinary lads from Liverpool and extraordinary dare I say it sacred icons from the realm of the beatific and bizarre in their fetid subteAble to suss out a hit from a miss tell a smash from the trash as they plucked 'something from nothing' out of the ether of Beatledom and turned it all into Silver Gold Platinum and much The Beatles many messages of peace and love in their songs represent the 'coming together' of the discrete and the continuum particles and waves in the uantum realm a form of Monism oneness which underlines the gestalt nature of The Beatles ability to appear to be 'two opposite things at the same time' Lewisohn and 'unacknowledged legislators of populist revolt' MacDonald It was Macdonald too who asserted that these 'Pop' Prophets from beyond were somehow subliminally even magically orchestrating 'sixties events 'through their records' The hidden power of 'that piece of plastic' as Ringo Starr had called it has never been so potently demonstrated

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Um universeFor example McCartney's Here There And Everywhere describes the superposition of a uantum state Lennon's lyric 'Nothing is real' is a paraphrase of a uote from uantum physicist Niels Bohr and Maxwell's Silver Hammer refers to two forerunners of uantum Theory James Maxwell Clerk and Thomas Edison Other songs Tomorrow Never Knows Within You Without You Penny Lane There's a Place Think For Yourself The Word and Fool On The Hill cover related themesThe Beatles’ historical and spiritual legacy too was informed by their Liverpudlian upbringing and close knit coterie of friends and supporters All this eventually influenced a whole range of subjects such as the generation gap political freedom gender and sexuality globalization and even the fall of The Soviet UnionMusical alchemists extraordinaire they were somehow innately

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Journey Into BeatledomWhen Cavern DJ Bob Wooler said of The Beatles 'I don't think anything like them will happen again' he hit the nail suare on the head Being both ordinary lads from Liverpool and extraordinary dare I say it sacred icons from the realm of the beatific and bizarre in their fetid subterranean beatnik haunts they very uickly were able to turn shit into sonorific shinola Find out just how they did this in the pages that follow and why The Beatles hometown of Liverpool is described here as a ‘uantum’ City Why their songs are brimful of an inherent ‘strangeness’ which borders on the sacred Why too The Beatles were curiously viewed by some as uasi supernatural beings from the beyond Still others said that since you can view the whole world in a grain of sand in many of The Beatles songs you can if you are looking glean a whole uant