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The Beatles, album "Beatles '65"

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Beatles '65

  1. 02:16 No Reply (John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 30.09.1964

    JOHN 1972: 'I remember (Beatles music publisher) Dick James coming up to me after we did this one and saying, 'You're getting better now – that was a complete story.' Apparently, before that, he thought my songs wandered off.'

    JOHN 1980: 'That's my song.
    That's the one where Dick James the publisher said, 'That's the first complete song you've written that resloves itself,' you know, with a complete story.
    It was sort of my version of 'Silhouettes.' (sings) 'Silhouettes, silhouettes, silhouettes…' I had that image of walking down the street and seeing her silhouetted in the window and not answering the phone, although I never called a girl on the phone in my life.
    Because phones weren't part of the English child's life.'

    PAUL circa-1994: 'We wrote 'No Reply' together but from a strong original idea of his.
    I think he pretty much had that one, but as usual, if he didn't have a third verse and the middle-eight, then he'd play it to me pretty much formed.
    Then we'd shove a bit in the middle or I'd throw in an idea.'

  2. 02:30 I'm a Loser (John Lennon – John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 14.08.1964

    JOHN 1980: 'That's me in my Dylan period.
    Part of me suspects I'm a loser, and part of me thinks I'm God almighty.' (laughs)

    PAUL circa-1994: 'We used to listen to alot of country and western songs and they were all about sadness and 'I lost my truck' so it was quite acceptable to sing 'I'm a loser.' You really didn't think about it at the time, it's only later you'd think, God! That was pretty brave of John.
    'I'm a Loser' was very much John's song and there may have been a dabble or two from me.'

  3. 02:04 Baby's In Black (John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 11.08.1964

    JOHN 1980: 'Written together in the same room.'

    PAUL circa-1994: 'We wanted to write something a little bit darker, bluesy…
    It was very much co-written and we both sang it.
    Sometimes the harmony that I was writing in sympathy to John's melody would take over and become a stronger melody…
    When people wrote out the music score they would ask, 'Which one is the melody?' because it was co-written that you could actually take either.
    We rather liked this one.'

  4. 02:31 Rock And Roll Music (Chuck Berry) - 18.10.1964

  5. 01:48 I'll Follow the Sun (Paul McCartney – John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 18.10.1964

    JOHN 1972: 'A nice one.'

    JOHN 1980: 'That's Paul again.
    Can't you tell? I mean – 'Tomorrow may rain so/ I'll follow the sun.' That's another early McCartney, you know… written almost before the Beatles, I think.
    He had alot of stuff.'

    PAUL 1988: 'I wrote that in my front parlour in Forthlin Road.
    I was about 16.
    There was a few from then – 'Thinking Of Linking,' ever heard of that one? So 'I'll Follow The Sun' was one of those very early ones.
    I seem to remember writing it just after I'd had the flu… I remember standing in the parlour looking out through lace curtains of the window and writing that one.
    We had this hard R&B; image in Liverpool, so I think songs like 'I'll Follow The Sun,' ballads like that, got pushed back to later.'

  6. 02:38 Mr. Moonlight (Roylee Johnson) - 18.10.1964

  7. 02:57 Honey Don't (Carl Perkins) - 26.10.1964

  8. 01:13 I'll Be Back (Take 2) (John Lennon – John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 01.06.1964

  9. 03:03 She's a Woman (Paul McCartney – John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 08.10.1964

    JOHN 1980: 'That's Paul with some contribution from me on lines, probably.
    We put in the words 'turns me on.'
    We were so excited to say 'turn me on' – you know, about marijuana and all that… using it as an expression.'

    PAUL circa-1994: 'This was my attempt at a bluesy thing… instead of doing a Little Richard song, whom I admire greatly, I would use the (vocal) style I would have used for that but put it in one of my own songs.'

  10. 02:15 I Feel Fine (John Lennon – John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 17.11.1964

    JOHN 1964: 'George and I play the same bit on the guitar together – that's the bit that'll set your feet a-tapping, as the reviews say.
    The middle-eight is the most tuneful part, to me, because it's a typical Beatles bit.'

    JOHN 1972: 'This was the first time feedback was used on a record.
    It's right at the beginning.'

    JOHN 1974: 'I wrote this at a recording session.
    It was tied together around the guitar riff that opens it.'

    JOHN 1980: 'That's me completely.
    Including the guitar lick with the first feedback anywhere.
    I defy anybody to find a record… unless it is some old blues record from 1922… that uses feedback that way.
    So I claim it for the Beatles.
    Before Hendrix, before the Who, before anybody.
    The first feedback on record.'

    PAUL circa-1994: 'John had a semi-acoustic Gibson guitar.
    It had a pick-up on it so it could be amplified… We were just about to walk away to listen to a take when John leaned his guitar against the amp.
    I can still see him doing it… and it went, 'Nnnnnnwahhhhh!' And we went, 'What's that? Voodoo!' 'No, it's feedback.' Wow, it's a great sound!' George Martin was there so we said, 'Can we have that on the record?' 'Well, I suppose we could, we could edit it on the front.' It was a found object – an accident caused by leaning the guitar against the amp.
    The song itself was more John's than mine.
    We sat down and co-wrote it with John's original idea.
    John sang it, I'm on harmonies.'

  11. 02:26 Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby (Carl Perkins) - 18.10.1964


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