Discussion in ' Music Corner ' started by Rockerbox , May 12, Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Dismiss Notice We are making some updates and reconfigurations to our server. Apologies for any downtime or slow forum loading now or within the next week or so. Was there a Beatles 'backlash' in the late 70s??
The Beatles were an English rock band from Liverpool who recorded hundreds of songs during their career. The group's "main catalogue" — songs released between and — consists of songs four of which exist in different versions : originals and 25 covers. Since their break-up , over more songs by the group have been officially released, which include live songs the group never recorded in the studio and numerous outtakes. The band also recorded several songs that remain unreleased. Often considered the most influential band of the rock era,  the group's music pioneered new recording techniques and was primarily responsible for pop music's evolution into an art form. Originally rooted in skiffle and s rock and roll music,  the group embraced pop music in their early years " She Loves You ", " I Want to Hold Your Hand " ,  but began to branch out into different genres, including folk rock Help!
As the s came to an end, so did the band who helped define the decade. But for the first few years at least, getting back together was the last thing on their minds. John seemed relieved that the whole thing was over and was far more interested in his new life with Yoko Ono. Together they made music and campaigned for peace. Paul took the break-up badly and went through a period of depression, but with the help of new wife Linda, he too gained the confidence to go it alone. Although he still relished the feeling of playing as part of a band, with Wings there was no question that he was the leader — and his reluctance to perform any Beatles songs live showed that he was trying his best to leave the past behind. George Harrison really embraced his newfound freedom.
Christ I hate being the asshole that leaves a negative comment, but I have been trying to grab this in Flac or MP3 for the past hour or so and Megaupload keeps telling me this torrent failed to load, so I can't grab it How can one circumvent this and grab it I've had a ton of strokes in the past 18 months so please assume you are talking to a child when explaining how. It looks fantastic in any case. Trying again and still getting the same error message since about pm I realize that probably a Megaupload problem and not an Albums That Never Were Site issue. Can hardly wait for Sunday. You're quite welcome : I considered hosting them on my Google Drive, much like I had with the mp3s of the previously deleted ICD and LITMW which I hope doesn't happen again by the same means it originally happened all those years ago LOL , but I figured only to do that in case this gets struck with another copyright strike if I'm remembering correctly , so a short-term yet simple file transfer platform seemed to be the best option to help you out which is the funniest irony to me, that no sooner had I successfully downloaded both from Mega, I immediately upped them to WeTransfer after reading of your problems, in hopes it would work, as I have yet to hear anyone complain about the service , and I'm glad it worked. ST to the Beatles? Not the weirdest segue I've heard in my life, but it's up there LOL Enjoy, as I now see myself taking in the set much in the same manner as you plan to, when I get the chance ;. Hey Sonic, Thanks for the upgrades