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Tag Archives: Beatles
Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: “Eight Days a Week,” Ron Howard’s new documentary on the Beatles’ touring years, isn’t anything new, and yet it caused me to see its subject in a new light. Like similar works it uses the Beatles as a … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Emitt Rhodes, the so-called “one man Beatles”, from his 1970 release.
Fenster writes: Less a copy than “inspired by”.
Fenster writes: A Walrus appropriation. With a little Penny Lane thrown in.
Fenster writes: A passable McCartney. The Nines–“Better”.
Fenster writes: From Smyle, an obscure Dutch group looking for the knock-off sound, around 1971. The Lennon-styled singer went on to do the Beatles parts for the briefly famous Stars on 45 around 10 years later.
Fenster writes: The Knickerbockers’ Lies doesn’t sound all too much like the Beatles to my current day ears, but when it came out in 1965 it had most people fooled.
Fenster writes: Another in the series. Spotlighting The Spongetones, doing Beatles soundalike music for 25 years.
Fenster writes: Another installment: My Before and After, by Cotton Mather. I find this one remarkable. I am simultaneously able to listen to it as a glorious John Lennon song and at the same time as a terrific work in … Continue reading