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"eleanor rigby" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN
"They just entered episode 2, right? Okay, but it's about this couple that inherits a house from the grandfather and he they opened the doors to a whorehouse they find this comic book called Utopia, right? So they like, oh my God, like we can get so much money from this and whatnot money though, you know fix up the house or whatever, right or for the wedding or yada yada off Fanboys are go nuts over it. So he looks it up and he finds out it's a sequel to D Topia and whatnot. So they go into a Comic Con to sell the comic right? It's like a super rare comic apparently dead. This group of people that have discovered that this comic book like the detail Pia comic book was actually if you knew how to read it right predicted future academic sex and things of that sort. So like they don't know who like who the artist is or anything like that so far any right. So now it's a matter of what's going to happen. What what is going to have? What is the next big thing that's going to happen and everything. So now they're trying to find this comic book because then like somebody shows up people start dying like and all in everybody's going after this comic book to try to find out what's bringing the end of the world, you know, who wrote it. I have no idea. I know it's based off of a book right? I believe okay, if I remember reading the credits correctly, but it's based off of another story, but dude just like Superman interesting. So Utopia on Amazon Amazon Prime video. Yeah. It was really well done. Like I'm I'm really impressed with that show so far and I mean, it's John Cusack and rain Yes, you know what I mean? Yep. Rainn Wilson plays a virus disease scientist. Oh, okay. So like I very much see Dwight Schrute. I very much see Dwight Schrute. He's not going to get away from that character ever. Yeah unfortunate, but awesome like no I got I'll definitely check it out. Yeah. Okay. So for my entertainment news we use song for the podcast. Oh, yeah, we used by Future James remake off and so I was wondering I was like, oh, it looks like it's been it's kind of a cover song. So I was wondering like what other songs what's the most covered song ever? What's the one song that everybody has sung? Hold on. I might actually know the answer. Okay, so I actually have the top five. Oh, okay. Hold on. Give me a minute. So you know me man. I know my music. Yeah. Yeah, so it's going to be the top top five most covered song Birdsong have five months covered. So I'm thinking I'm thinking back on covers. I don't know go for it. Okay, so the top off 5 most covered songs. Here's the crazy part four out of the five are The Beatles. Wow. Okay. Yeah that makes sense. Number five Michelle by The Beatles covered 243 X number three years was and I love her by The Beatles covered 263 times. Eleanor Rigby, okay. Yeah, I can see covered 349 times and Yesterday by the Beatles covered 422 times. I mean it was like yeah, you know for a few times it was redone by somebody else, right? I skipped the number for because that's actually the non Beatles song..
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on Pantheon
"And now they needed to figure out a bridge section for the song. The lads always referred to this as a middle eight regardless of whether or not the bridge section of the song comprised eight or ten or even twelve of music to them. It was just a distinguishing section of the song something different than the verses George Harrison expressed his belief that the song was about all the lonely people. Consequently, this became the foundation for the bridge of this song. So with Georgia's broader suggestion about lonely people, the song no longer became simply about eleanor rigby a spinster or even father McKenzie a frugal elderly priest. It became more than that. It became about all the lonely people who were living lonely neglected lives. The outcome of this was that this song became a lament one that would describe for many their lives in post war Britain Georgia's suggestion would transform the song it would broaden it so that it would resonate with more people thus the song was. Able to reach well beyond the teenage followers of this emerging rock and roll phenomena. So Paul, now had the concept for the first two verses with the first verse vividly sketching the Spinster Eleanor Rigby then with a few deft strokes. In the second verse, he had outlined the priest Father Mackenzie, and now he had the middle eight about all the lonely people. But how to end the song it was Pete Shotton who again provided the nudge that would move the songs progress in an important direction. Pete shotton suggested why not have these two lonely people come together but have this happen too late meaning have this Father Mackenzie preside over the burial of Eleanor Rigby John Lennon immediately rejected this idea. But as it was Paul said nothing as he cogitate on this suggestion later after he had left that day Paul reflected some more on Pe- shot idea and Paul used it in the last verse for this. Song. Be. was. Along with name. Nobody. Father Mackenzie wiping down from his hands. From the grave. Was Say, okay, we've covered the creation myth surrounding this song as part of the first thread in our narrative today and the second thread in our narrative comprised, how different individuals contributed to writing of the various sections of the song. So let's move on now to the third thread in our narrative today, which is the actual structure of the song and some of the aspects of the. Recording process at the Abbey Road studio the string arrangement an eleanor rigby is a distinguishing element of this song and it is a perfect example of how successful songs often possess some kind of a hook something listeners can easily recognize as a signature element of a song here. The uncanny thing is that the Beatles were continuing with a tradition that they established earlier with the song yesterday. And here with Eleanor Rigby. Paul and George Martin struck gold again, creating a haunting counter melody using stringed instruments. John Lennon provided some insight about how this came about. He said the violin backing was Paul's idea. Jane Asher had turned him onto Vivaldi and it was very good. This time around though George Martin scored the arrangement for four violins. Cellos to violas most of the instrument parts were doubled stated another way this doubling meant that the two instruments each played the same part. The effect of this was to fatten the sound to produce an even more intense sound. The stringed instruments were close miked another innovation because in the studio. When you place a microphone close to the source being recorded in the recording process, the lower or base frequencies become accentuated Jeff Emmerick, the recording engineer for the session described what he was attempting to achieve. No one had heard strings recorded that way before the sound of the bow on the string that was the first time. I started making the strings real close. Usually the mics replaced farther away from the players that was the normal technique. So, let's set the scene. Here. We can see the eight orchestral musicians seated in studio three and in our minds. We can see that they are eyeing the recording engineer as he moved from one seated musician to the next placing each mike intern. Jeff Emmerick described his work process for that session. What I did was I placed these small contender is right up near the F holes of the instruments. The musicians were horrified because they knew that any mistake would be heard if. They weren't playing as well as the musician next to them they were going to be found out. Jeff recounts the amusing human reaction to what he was attempting to achieve. So what would happen is that the musicians would begin to gradually move their chairs away from the mic I used to see it though and would come back and gradually push the Mike's back in. Then when all was ready Paul and George Martin proceeded with a recording session. The string arrangement devised by George and Paul is ear catching. It provides a hook one that instantly draws the listener in, and here it is where the cello voice.
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on Pantheon
"Back with Pantheon podcast network and this is Joe Anastassis of stroll, down Penny. Lane your narrator for our exploration of the life and music of. Paul McCartney. So let's pick up where we just left off. All right. We have made the connection to this churchyard in Walton where John had first been introduced to Paul. That's important because this is the churchyard where the grave of Eleanor Rigby is found. But there was another massive hit song in this nineteen, Fifty, seven film, the girl can't help it. And with this other song, we find a second possible connection to Paul Song Eleanor Rigby. So stay with.
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on Pantheon
"That had been sent to any Mawson by. Paul. McCartney. I rest my case. So, here we pause for the decision for you to decide whether Paul found his protagonist eleanor rigby who had died and had been buried with her name based on a gravestone that he had encountered in the tiny postage stamp cemetery in the churchyard where he had first met John at the village fete or whether it was walking down a street in Bristol where Paul says, he noticed the name of a wine shop rigby and sons..
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on Pantheon
"But. Wait before you rush to judgment I. have further proof for you to consider during their teenage years Paul McCartney and John Lennon had spent sunbathing there in that little postage stamp of a churchyard in Walton just where the two of them had first met during a church fete in nineteen, fifty seven in fact John Lennon's childhood experience with this little churchyard cemetery was very personal. The reason for this is that John's uncle had died in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five, just two years before John Paul had been introduced John's articles name was George to good Smith John Being John and the child has prankster he was at the time had loved the sound of this name to good so good old John would drag his friends into this graveyard to. Show them the name on the gravestone. So he could pronounce this name with Gusto as George to Goud Smith why am I telling you this? Well, it establishes one of many connections to this eleanor rigby gravestone many years after this Paul McCartney would concede that the existence of this grave, of Eleanor, rigby and the happenstance that the protagonist of his song was named Eleanor Rigby. May very well be a product of his subconscious. Hold on. Subconscious what exactly does Paul mean by that? What is meant by this word subconscious? Paul is referring to an actual medical phenomena it is known as them. You can google this word and you'll find that webster's dictionary indicates that it is pronounced just this way crypt down Nesia but what does it mean this crypt these yet thing? Well, the American Psychological Association states that it represents an implicit memory phenomena in which people mistakenly believe that a current thought or idea is a product of their own creation when in fact, they have encountered it previously and then forgotten it. So for Paul McCartney and Eleanor Rigby is this a case of Krypton these? Well. Is Not. Quite finished. Consider this. Also, any Mawson is the director of charity which is called the Sunbeam's music trust. This private agency provides what they refer to as community music. It is music therapy to help children and adults with a wide range of disabilities. But why are we talking about this nonprofit located in Cumbria the most northwestern county in England bordering on Scotland stay with me for a moment and will connect this nonprofit to Eleanor Rigby and Paul McCartney some thirty years ago. Any Mawson wrote a letter to Paul McCartney. It was an emotional eleven page letter she described her charity and the spectacular results she had seen with a disabled children and adults for that matter emotionally connecting to Paul's songs about nine months. Later, any Mawson received the letter in the mail it was a response from Paul McCartney she described it this way the envelope was exciting because it was a brown envelope stamped with his Paul McCartney well to logo. Unique to him. So I was very intrigued because I need had to come from him and inside the envelope was a beautiful ancient parchment, nineteen eleven from a hospital in Liverpool, and on the documents that was three stamps I saw was a roll-call of names They always say their wages and one of them was a scullery maid called a rigby and she'd received one pound three in eleven pence. And, then she'd signed for her money. Any mawson believes that this document is proof positive that there was in fact, a real eleanor rigby who inspired Paul's Song let some up. Let's discuss the journal entry found in this pay register that any moss received. We are talking about the very same eleanor rigby a person who existed whose name was carved on that gravestone in that postage stamp size cemetery next to that church in Walton we are talking about the same eleanor rigby that was physically depicted in that journal entry in that pay. Register A. Pay Register representing additional documentation that an actual eleanor rigby existed in Liverpool and finally let's talk about this pay register, which represents a document.
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on Pantheon
"Why do I use this word counter narrative? Well, there are two reasons really the first is that Paul McCartney has gone on record about how he discovered the main character in this song, the spinster, Eleanor Rigby who died in a church and was buried with her name. So if we are going to counter what Paul McCartney has said, we better have a pretty sound basis for even attempting this. which leads us to the second reason for using this word counter narrative, and that is in our story. Today, we will see without a doubt and that even Paul concedes that there exists more than ample evidence supporting a completely different creation story enter discovered this we need to visit a certain graveyard of all things. This is because if you visit a churchyard located in the village of Walton just outside Liverpool. Had first been introduced to John You. Dear Listener will find a different answer simply walk by the little graveyard next to the church proper and there you will find some clues. Let me set the table I. John Lennon as a teenager lived just a block or two away from this church in Walton the graveyard next to the church there is tiny as graveyards go. It is just a postage stamp. You could throw a baseball clear from one end of the graveyard to the other now, I haven't counted them exactly. But as I recall, there can't be more than one hundred graves in this little churchyard and just five pieces in from end of the graveyard clearly visible to any visitor including John, and Paul is the particular gravestone for one eleanor rigby who died in a church and was buried with her name. For, you see our eleanor rigby in this part of our story had been a happily married woman. Why is that remarkable number one despite the fact that this eleanor rigby was married and number two despite the fact that her gravestone identifies her husband by name that is Thomas Woods. Withstanding this, the name chiselled onto this grave marker for her was Eleanor Rigby number three. So despite all the foregoing from this you. That our eleanor rigby was buried with her name and not her husband's name. Be. Nobody. But here we pause for the decision for now it is up to you to decide which one of the two creation myths is the better fitting story. It is up to you to consider whether Paul found his protagonist eleanor rigby who had died and had been buried with her name based on a gravestone that he had encountered in the tiny postage stamp size cemetery in the churchyard where he had first met John Lennon at the village fete or whether he had come upon it while walking down a street in Bristol where Paul says, he noticed the name of a wine shop.
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on Pantheon
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"eleanor rigby" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"So you could write 6 28 143 my fam. It's Valentine the morning. It's playing piano at the house again yesterday, and it wasn't singing. I haven't got back to that part yet. Is that part of me? Singing was God awful, but I play piano. Leilani goes Where do you Where do you get your like musical ideas. Like why? You know I get the songs that I'm covering, like all of me, John legend stuff like that. Get off YouTube or whatever it is. Send it to me. I want to try to him Look a right. Ah, I've never seen my wife ever try and play musical instruments so excited about this cool so you'll watch videos from the Internet. That'll sort of teach you how to play the song. Sure, they tell you what the chords are. The notes are stuff like that's very simple in that respect. I mean, then you have to play it everything, but I mean, if you if you start to learn, like other piano and Collins one suppose we played it. You take a C major in F major. You could make those sound like songs. I mean, there's certain chords that you could just play. And how you play them and where you play them on the keyboard stuff, you'll be amazed. It starts to sound like you had a song. There is just too cordial, plainer. Our Yeah, It's pretty amazing. I have a ton of piano books at my parents house that we learned with. Oh, really? Yes, you guys should take because its songs you recognise, you know, alibis and nursery rhymes and things, But once you complete it and you can play a full song in such a great feeling is really basic, really easy. That's my problem. I just keep moving on from song to song the song he's learning Eleanor Rigby, which I played a little bit of yesterday, which is pretty easy. But I just go from selling the songs. They get bored. That's see. That's 2028. Edie coming out. Of course. Valerie, Do you have my mom? What's going on over there? What's happening? She's not answering. She's Sheila. She's get it together. Sheila. He's the answer tomorrow talking about Wow, I know, but this is the best segment so I'm going to sell Alicia Keys, but we still but Sheila, you know We still have Alicia Keys. If we have to cover with that we use Alicia Keys. Alicia Keys, by the way is coming up around 8 20. We'll get my mom for women. I know. We'll get my mom on the phone. We're trying to get around right after this break for our segment of mourning.
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"Now Start. Rediscovering right. You know so many kids have no idea that Paul McCartney was in the Beatles yeah. You know that's so crazy to that because we lived through the yeah. I have a friend Eric Metaxas. Your best of all time he says. Paul McCartney and wings. Paul McCartney. In the Beatles wings of big seriously because that's He's a little younger than me. Some lead songs, but come on the Beatles. Favorite Beatles album. That's that's my opinion. I'll tell you my revolver. Here's why revolve a lot of people because it was before certain peppers and it was not quite you'll Beatles transitional eleanor rigby out you know kind of attacks, men certain Janjic, and see where they're going. But it was a moment time and of course, rubber sole in the heels of it George. Cheriton went said you could have released them as a two album set. You know evolve everyone says Sergeant Pepper's but I think revolve if you eliminate sergeant pepper yeah. I would say the meet the Beatles. Yeah. Of course, because that was the one that made just a while. Yeah you know and then. The white album was amazing. They just riney a Massey out released. The white album is there's so many great things going on that album you know and it was too bad because it was at a point when they were not getting along. Yeah. But they were writing journal Great. Song is my guitar gently weeps one of the great. Solos of all time and it was enjoy garrison. It was Eric Clapton. This. This discovered glass onion. That's. Everything I, said. Listen to blackbird. Yeah, and you go. This is a piece of art. It is absolutely you know songwriting is I've you know I realize this a long time ago that? I'm sitting there with Pink Floyd. In our house because they lived with us a while we lived together. And who are we listening to listening to Birkbeck wreck? And we're sitting there going. Wow, that's really good. What he did right there. Now we're talking about the construction of the song though how that verse Went right into the b section never let's just effortlessly and then it went right to the course and then what did he do? He had his little something else. and. Then he went back to the B section and we're all sitting there because we're all songwriters going..
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Independent journalism in the public interest, 93.9 FM and AM 20, NPR News and the New York conversation. I'm Eleanor Rigby. No. What is it? No. One No. One. What It's one of the oddest.
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"It was like Little green apples Because what about the Beatles? I go. I don't know any Beatle songs because I Yes, I could find little green apples in the morning. My pieces I was like, I could have someone write this drop in some fill. Call him in the list thing. Goodbye going Pick up here. Watch. You playing. Squeezes. It says How you feeling? Get ready. And I look across at smiling lips. That warms my heart and see the mornings when Vince took a big hit off a joint. I have never seen you loving me. Come on, Shawn. To say way God didn't make little green zone ready. There's no such thing suits sound like strangers in the night. No, no, no, it doesn't. By the way, I didn't learn this on the guitar as Muchas Vince kept going. How about Eleanor Rigby? No, no back to this one. That watching Scotty grow my.
The Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine’ Movie Coming to YouTube as Singalong Event
"Let's see the the Beatles will stream a restored sing along version of the nineteen sixty eight animated movie yellow submarine submarine on really the sing along version has not been available since it was originally released in theaters to celebrate the film's fiftieth anniversary in twenty eighteen now and we could all use a little levity in wonder it will scream for an event that will allow the whole world to sing together with the Beatles at once the sing along edit of yellow submarine features the song lyrics scrolling on the bottom of the screen the movie featured include some of the band's most memorable songs including Eleanor Rigby Lucy in the sky with diamonds and all you need is love you can tune in and sing along with everybody else the Beatles official YouTube
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Well that was going to take some time so I was wrong Eleanor Rigby I started singing it one yeah oh wait a minute wait a minute I'm so sorry you said yeah yeah Susan it is Susan yeah all right Susan it's a song about him and I am what yeah you're going up and you just you said she was right I shut up yeah well that's getting off to a good start don't you think yeah and you never want to Eleanor Roosevelt but they weren't home is there is no Beatles song about Susan that's how that goes right all right try this one what's the odd one out Tony okay the melancholy Dane game the great Bambino and being down Glynis Johns Johns and Leo G. Carroll Leo G. Carroll let's see the melancholy the great you know when I was a melancholy gain hamlet is in fact at Glynis Johns was the bride of Frankenstein I don't know if she was no I don't think she was what also is this people known by one name no it's not chopper he was connected Leo Carol was UN topper list that's right goes melon the Mellon collie Scotia at toppers goes Glynis Johns was and the cabinet of Calipari could you please going as John so the grey family knows the great Bambino is in fact the odd one out because again start with a ghost he did not costar with the ghost that's exactly right very good the melancholy Dane hamlet saw the ghost Glynis Johns and was in a movie version of the cabinet if of count Calipari was sometime in the sixties and she was seeing things all over the place she played the one who is insane without knowing it and I'm sure there was a ghost that you go all right only only you know I often say this is the worst question I've ever ask in the history of the show this is the worst I have ever ask in the history of the show what's the odd one out all of them lasted okay bullet old Yeller and Homer H. O. M. E. R. Homer Simpson no I will give you the hit that Homer was the mascot of the nineteen sixties Mets are real yes okay so we're all for our dogs they are was full grown Roger stone bullet was Roy Rogers right and Lassie's old Yeller bullet and Homer the fact that Homer was not in a movie that this account either nine has not kept him if he gets I will not only are we talking about the owners oh my goodness medium hand away yes okay were Rogers Timmy no no no no no not the fictional I don't know the real Lassie do you hear me tell you this is the nineteen sixties Mets mascot seems like a guy who doesn't belong in that category right there well given that glassy bulletin old Yeller were either TV or movie star well I'm going to give you a big hit because this is just so nasty have any idea who trained any of these dogs no no not a bit traders is from the auto.
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I've ever really like yeah I'm really good and it did have been when I came good I've I must've listened to sixty five consecutive Eleanor Rigby remain yes yeah it's All I Want to do is hear that song over over to my eye I would love to have seen a girl and I think it's like my I know I would I know I would I just haven't had time I've been going to Broadway shows off her syntax singles for a week anyway the the thing I think that they missed and you know maybe it could be pursued some other time but I would have like to seen like you just even a fast scene with like Paul McCartney order you should watch a hallmark card guy who's a plumber yeah you should watch a movie and see what happens good movie really did a good movie I don't really I'm not gonna give anything away because that would piss people off but you should watch the movie it's gonna be alright good also he is increased my appreciation for the Beatles song Worlock because when you when you do have listenable songs is like I've been really is amazing I have been listening to the battles recently a lot I was never because you and I are same generation they were sham down our throats yeah it was not like him right it wasn't our generations of music that was the generation right before us and so every time we have to play and we always heard old the greatest ever like shot up about the Beatles and hated the Beatles were a long time because it was just everywhere you listen to them now and it's like re I got here you're talking about you know they just listen us maybe they'd have a career all right our sponsor is a really factor if you got pain relief.
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"eleanor rigby" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"There folks taxes show. That's john. I'm eric. Year. Mike Brown, Dr Mike Brown. It's so good to have you here. We it's the problem when I have people that I like, and we have fun, and I just I can't shut up, and I come joking. We were just talking about three different things. And then we're talking about music. You said that the song that I played on this program. It America look at all this is for all the only people, right? You said that Dan peek who sings that became a Christian now, I didn't hear that. I never heard that. Yes. So what happened was we doing the show, and you and I were doing this show. So some some time back with another one of my books should come out. We were doing an interview on it and that song played and you don't give up to drink from the silver company. You made some comment like what is the silver Cup? So got me wondering. Well, anyway, I wrote a book that came out a few months ago called the power of music. God's call. The change the world one song at a time. And in it, I go through rock is music for good or bad is influence culture from classical to rock to hip, hop to gospel, etc. Then with a call. Christians to fully use music is a revolutionary tool to touch the world. And I talk about the spiritual side of rock and people that run, the spiritual journeys, carry live Greenwich wayward, son. And then he comes to faith, and well, Dan peek with only people apparently he had written that in response to the Beatles. Eleanor Rigby thinking it was a little too depressing and sad and he wrote that and silver Cup meant something else. I looked into it. Because you got me wondering believe I've had this influence your life. Anyway, what happens is he he comes to faith at a certain point. And he changes the words to it. So folks, just look for lonely people Christian version on YouTube. You'll hear Dan peek. He wrote another song became popular all things are possible. And then I think he died passed away last year. But anyway, so yes, you contributed to one of my books. Knowing. And then of course, now, you have contributed to the show by by telling me history that I have on here. That's so cool though. But we're talking about yearbook not afraid of the anti Christ. Why we don't believe in a pre tribulation rapture? Now. We I wanted to be clear at the audience, you grew up Jewish. You mentioned something that I don't I don't know that I've ever heard you said that some people believe that all the Jews are going to get slaughtered in the end times. Tell me a little bit about that. 'cause I I don't know that I've ever heard that. Yes. So I have many colleagues who do believe in the pre tribulation rapture similar work with for many many decades and plenty of others. Just like you. I have no idea what they believe. But we've worked side by side because this is an issue. We don't divide over and the book is not devicive. The book explains why we believe what we believe in our people need to read it. But we we make clear we don't divide over this. We have respectful differences. But even though it clearly says in the nineteen creed just kidding. Yeah. Exactly. So so here's the deal. Dispensationalist? Those who believe in a pre tribulation rapture. They have been great friends of Israel. Great lovers of Israel have have believed century ago that the Jewish people would be regathered that it'd be a modern state of Israel. So they were they were head of the curve on. In that regard..
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So the creepy thing about Eleanor Rigby is all of it. But beyond that this weird factoid. In the graveyard of Saint Peter's church in Liverpool the place where there was a village garden fate the afternoon of six July nineteen fifty seven at which a scruffy young kid in a plaid shirt named John Lennon performed and another boy, Paul McCartney saw him and approached him and the rest is history. So at that at that place where this first meeting occurred in the graveyard, there is a tombstone of an individual called Eleanor Rigby, and now many years later after their tours Beatles related tours of Liverpool and all of this over examination, this has been pointed out, and it's interesting doesn't have a bearing on anything. I guess the logical question you have to ask is if you were a sixteen year old kid playing a garden fate. And local church in your hometown. And it's all about drinking beer and sneak in a smoke someplace, and maybe maybe kissing a girl on the cheek and meeting a new friend and playing some rock and roll. Would you spend time in the graveyard noting for future reference names on the tombstones doesn't quite add up? Katherine Russell has a new album on it. Alone together, all the lonely. People are getting into swing time. Katherine Russell on WNYC..
"eleanor rigby" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"So that was his impressing that and saying, hey, let's give it with the string arrangement. Works out. Great. Thank you played the song in the style of Bach to show, Paul McCartney. The voice things that were available. Another example. How about the song penny lane? Featured a Piccolo trumpet solo that was requested by McCartney after hearing the instrument on a BBC broadcast. Mccartney hummed, the melody that he wanted and Martin noted it and excuse me notating it for for day. Mason great day. Mason. But not that Dave Mason, by the way. It's a different day. Mason. Not. We just disagree. They mason. He was the classically trained trumpeter. So when you listen to that song, of course, we know. Course, that's how you know the song. Now, what would it be without that? I mean, Martin's work as an arranger us from any Beatles recordings Eleanor Rigby. He scored and conducted a strings only accompaniment inspired by Bernard Hermann. I mean, just the list goes on and on so happy birthday to the great George Martin again. Born in this day nine hundred twenty six and we lost him in twenty sixteen Casey's and elk grove joining the show. Hi, casey. Hi and happy new year. Glad to have your back. Happy new year. Casey. It's great to be back. Thank you. While you were talking about British music. It it reminded me of Katrina and the waves. And you're the person to ask the question. This question is not designed to trip you up. Okay. All right. Katrina and the waves as website. How do you pronounce her last name? Oh, it starts with an L. It's like Elian something. And you would be the person to ask because 'cause you're usually a very very good. You're always a good trip. This is not a trivial thing. But it's like how do you pronounce her last name? Well, I'll tell you this much, and I'll be completely honest with you. It's it's less.