Posts tagged with ‘the beatles

The Beatles’ Abbey Road medley, with (mostly) isolated vocals. Even when they weren’t necessarily getting along, they still sounded amazing.  

How incredibly different would the world be today had the Beatles never discovered psychedelics?

How incredibly different would the world be today had the Beatles never discovered psychedelics?

This is what it sounds like when 100 vinyl copies of The Beatles’ White Album are playing all at once

For his new gallery show at the Recess Gallery in NYC, artist Russell Chang collected as many copies of The Beatles’ White Album as he could find, no matter the condition. His exhibit shows off his impressive White Album collection, but he also provides a recording of what 100 White Albums playing simultaneously sounds like.

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New British citizenship test will cover things like Margaret Thatcher, Monty Python and the Beatles

If you’re applying for British citizenship in the near future, you’d better start studying not only British history, but British culture. The UK will be revising their citizenship test to replace questions about water meters and job interviews with more important information about things like Stonehenge, Margaret Thatcher, the Beatles and Monty Python.

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Saturday morning cartoons: “Moon Rock” by Yellow Submarine director George Dunning

Based on the book “Lateral Thinking”. George Dunning, the director of the Beatles Yellow Submarine, and the rest at TVC made the science fiction short Moon Rock in 1970.

Afternoon music mashup: Cope/Doors/Beatles/Verve “I Am the Trampoline to the Other Side”

An amazing four-way musical mashup that works so well.

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IHC After Dark Movies: ‘All This and World War II’

One of the most bizarre movies ever made, ‘All This and World War II’ is an hour and twenty minutes of World War II stock footage with Beatles music. It’s The Beatles vs Hitler.

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A photo from that time the Doctor was hanging out with the Beatles
Apparently, this is a real photo. At least that’s what they say. The person who found the photo, @HolyFrell, tweeted it to Steven Moffat, who was absolutely chuffed and hinted he might have to write a Doctor meets the Beatles episode. 
Someone on Twitter pointed out that the person in question is probably Neil Aspinall, the Beatles’ manager, not a Time Lord. SONOFABITCH.

A photo from that time the Doctor was hanging out with the Beatles

Apparently, this is a real photo. At least that’s what they say. The person who found the photo, @HolyFrell, tweeted it to Steven Moffat, who was absolutely chuffed and hinted he might have to write a Doctor meets the Beatles episode. 

Someone on Twitter pointed out that the person in question is probably Neil Aspinall, the Beatles’ manager, not a Time Lord. SONOFABITCH.

Morning music: Robot band The Hubos play The Beatles’ “Come Together”

Considering that each HUBO, an advanced humanoid developed at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), will run you between $300,000 and $400,000, you’re looking at a $1.5 million-ish production here, which I’m sure well reflects the amount of work that Drexel University’s HUBO music programming team Alyssa Batula, David Grunberg, and Matthew Prockup put into these robots.

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Paul McCartney’s son hints that sons of The Beatles might form Beatles 2.0

In the 80s, before John Lennon was gunned down, some Beatles fans had hoped for a reunion. With only two Beatles left, that obviously isn’t happening. But James McCartney, son of Paul McCartney is hoping for a different option— the sons of the Beatles getting together to form something like Beatles: The Next Generation.

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IHC After Dark: Bill Cosby sings “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”

Better or worse than Shatner?






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