What If “Yesterday” – There Were No Beatles! A new film trailer dropped today for a wild new film that imagines a world where no one remembers the Beatles – except this guy! Yes, he knows all of the songs,… Read More ›
The Beatles Let It Be
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An Amazing Cinematic Achievement From Director Peter Jackson! Director Peter Jackson, known of course for his brilliant “Lord Of The Rings” trilogy among many other films, has now created more cinematic history! For this “Cult Movie Monday”, I want to… Read More ›
“Let It Be!” 50 Years Later, The “Real” Beatles Documentary Is Coming! Director Peter Jackson’s Musical Rescue!
The Beatles Will Finally “Let It Be!” 50 years after The Beatles made pop culture history with their London rooftop mini-concert, “Lord Of The Rings” Director Peter Jackson has announced that he will make a new documentary using all of… Read More ›
Paul McCartney And James Corden Tour Liverpool! Yes, Corden’s great “carpool karaoke” segment went to Liverpool so legendary Singer/Songwriter and Beatle Paul McCartney could show him where he grew up – singing classic songs the whole time! The segment is… Read More ›
The Beatles! Elton John! Stevie Wonder’s “Song In The Key Of “S”! Incredible “S” Music “Sows The Seeds Of Love!”
Stevie Wonder’s Out Of This World Song In The Key Of “S”! Stevie Wonder and India Arie lead off “songs with an S” – and what better way than with a song from his classic “Songs In The Key Of… Read More ›
Sing Along To These Timeless “C” Songs! Cars, Paul McCartney, The Clash And “Cheeseburgers” Of Course!
Looking For The Right “C” Note? I am looking at songs and musical Artists one letter at a time, and today it’s all about the C’s…let’s get started with a classic trio who make this list because of the first… Read More ›
Originally posted on It Rains… You Get Wet:
This is the next entry in Best Album Covers, a series begun right here. The first successful long-playing microgroove record for the phonograph was introduced by Columbia Records back in June of 1948. Yet, album covers (the paper board…