(A2Z) What Begins With B?

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Beach Boys, Boston, Bee Gees, Blondie… Bad to the Bone, Big Time, Brass in Pocket, Bohemian Rhapsody… bass, baritone, bagpipes… so many choices.

In most articles about an artist, they will be asked who inspired them.  I am not sure if inspired is the right word, but there is a group that shaped a lot of rock and roll that I happen to like.  I bet you have heard of the group of four men… George, Paul, John and Ringo, better known as the Beatles.  I can’t say I ever saw them in concert.  I did get to see Paul in an area stadium, and he was the size of an ant – thank God for those big screens.

I recall a school project me and a friend did for a Media class where it was a voice over a song… we chose “Yesterday” and I think it was for a photo developing company we were promoting.  I just remember playing the song over and over and over again trying to get the right speech with it.  Either one of us would break out into the song and sing along, laugh and then have to start it again.

I also have a favorite episode of Quantum Leap… when Sam leaps “home” and sings “Imagine” to his little sister, just him and a guitar.  I own the movie Across the Universe.  I had a little trouble getting used to the changes in the way they did the songs but love the movie.  I also recently got the film Yesterday which is an interesting twist to an up-and-coming star.

The music is good and not all one style, they grew and changed as a group.  There is something on every album you can find to like.  And they all went on to do good things in their solo careers.  Now if we could just have seen what more John and George could have done had they not died so early… and a reunion, wouldn’t that have been amazing!


For the April Blogging From A to Z Challenge

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28 thoughts on “(A2Z) What Begins With B?”

  1. When I was small, my parents had a lot of albums and they listened to the radio all the time. I remember listening to the Beatles at such a young age that as I grew older, I started to appreciate them even more. By the time I was in high school, I had my younger sisters hooked on the Beatles and since then we’ve all 3 been very much into music; all kinds of music and still, the Beatles.

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