I'm just here to remind you that you are very funny and cool
this is us
coiffet: What was your favourite clothe brand in the 70’s ?
george_martin_live: i have never been intersted in clothes
george_martin_live: i just wear them to cover my shape
george_martin_live: so i am pretty sloppy
george_martin_live: and VERY bored with fashon
lacey_blank: is it true that you have an affair with marylin monroe
george_martin_live: no - i don’t approve of necrophilia
viennadunne: On albums like Revolver and Pepper, what was the key to the drum sounds you achieved?
george_martin_live: having Ringo play them
soulman_uk2000: hi george, you are god
george_martin_live: Well thank you my Child
george_martin_live: and blessings upon you all - seriously
george_martin_live: i am just as stupid as you are ;)
— George Martin, Yahoo! Live Chat. (July 2nd, 2001)
Andrew Scott as PAUL McCARTNEY
in Lennon Naked (2010).
“Tough? Listen, I grew up in five states, two countries, fourteen different homes, eight fathers, three care homes, two correctional facilities, one beautiful, damaged flower of a mother, I’ve served time, my country, your country and myself. I’ve committed every mortal sin, I’ve loved, hated and searched for meaning, and do you find me saying things were tough? Do you? Listen, kid, if you take one thing away from me, it is that self-mythologizing and self-pity are for the weak. You got me?”
yt ppl who call phoebe boring… two spider-mans pointing at each other except one is a talented artist and other is a tumblrina
Maybe the best super band ever….Where in the world can you see George Harrison,Bob Dylan,Tom Petty,Jeff Lynne and Ray Orbison togheter..only at the Traveling Wilburys…This is Their #1 single Handle me with care! :D
Nelson Wilbury and Lefty Wilbury You’ll always be loved! :D
“My father once said to me, ‘I play the notes you never hear.’ He focused on touch and control partly because he never thought he was any good, really. He knew he was good at smaller things: not hitting any off notes, not making strings buzz, not playing anything that would jar you. ‘Everyone else has played all the other bullshit,’ he would say. ‘I just play what’s left.’” - Dhani Harrison
“George was the best guitarist in the group. I mean, we were all pretty good, but George was lead guitar. John would take turns because John was good too. He had a more primitive style, but George was more technical, more practical, and we all thought he was a great guitar player. The nice thing was that he didn’t really emulate anyone.” - Paul McCartney
“Do you know that George wanted to redo his guitar solos on ‘Gimme Some Truth’ and ‘How Do You Sleep?’ That’s the best he’s ever fucking played in his life! He’d never get that feeling again. He’d go on forever if you let him.” - John Lennon
“He loved to find the right note, and if you listen to anything he’s playing the solo on, he certainly did. If I had him on my records, you didn’t have to read it. You’d just – ‘Oh that’s George’. He found that incredible…it’s like haunting and emotional sound he got from his slide-ish guitar.” - Ringo Starr
“He was clearly an innovator. George, to me, was taking certain elements of R&B and rock and rockabilly and creating something unique.” - Eric Clapton
“Eric himself said about his playing, ‘those little lines and little melodies that George creates, they’re little gems, they’re just beautiful.’” - Klaus Voormann
“He was a very thoughtful player. I never saw him do any improvisation at all. In our interactions, with me, he worked in a way I’ve never seen anyone else work. He worked on the solo in the studio, he sat in the control booth, plugged the guitar into the board, and had the tape played over and over. He worked out exactly what he was going to play, and laid it down. He could develop an instrumental hook, and that is much harder than playing a hot solo. He could develop a simple little melodic idea that would be repeated in the course of a song, so that you would never be able to hear the song without hearing this hook. He was really good at that.” - David Bromberg
“George would play three notes, then stop, and say, ‘No. I don’t care for that note there. Let me think.’ He’d search around, and, after a while, he’d have this solo that was a masterpiece. I started to appreciate that approach later on in life. In my early days, I was more into just going for it.” - Alvin Lee
_John Lennon, Paul McCartney and/e George Harrison; The Beatles; England/Inglaterra; London/Londres; Wardour Street Studio; June 20th 1963/20 de junho de 1963.
_Photo/Foto: Dezo Hoffmann.
_Source/Fonte: “Do you have any BEATLES photos I’ve never seen before?”/Music Corner/Steve Hoffman Music Forums.
just me & the girls you know how it is