miércoles, 12 de febrero de 2014
"Paul McCartney" and Ringo Starr Rehearsing 'Queenie Eye'
Publicado el 10/02/2014
If there's one thing pop learned in the last 50 years, it's that Beatles songs never wear out their welcome. The Beatles' original recordings have retained not only their musical brilliance but also the nearly universal good will that the band generated in its time, as well as the accumulated nostalgia that makes baby boomers conflate its music with all the pleasures of their youth. On purely musical grounds — the foundation of melodies, harmonies and lyrics — Beatles songs have thrived through half a century of remakes.