OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation

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2007/11/21 19:01:31 (permalink)

OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation

Many of you may have seen this, but for any of you who have not, I think you will like it. One of the coolest blending of music and interpretive art that I have ever seen. Almost brought a tear to my eye.



Wow

Take care,


Bob
post edited by bobr - 2007/11/21 19:21:36
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    APC3
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 19:08:42 (permalink)


    ORIGINAL: bobr

    Many of you may have seen this, but for any of you who have not, I think you will like it. One of the coolest blending of music and interpretive art that I have ever seen. Almost brought a teat to my eye.


    Wow

    Take care,


    Bob





    if that almost brought a nipple to your eye, I'd have to know what would happen if you saw the Beatles actually play this. Very cool link though
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 19:10:47 (permalink)
    LOL

    I had to go fix that.
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 19:12:37 (permalink)
    That was the most dramatic juggling I've ever seen.
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 19:16:02 (permalink)
    The way he nails those fills and transitions on some of the string segments. Just oozing with perfection at his art while capturing the emotional variations of the song. Very well done.
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 19:19:15 (permalink)
    it doesn't do for me at all amigo

    the original song was certainly not written and composed to be the backdrop of some middle-aged guy juggling balls

    but to each his own

    cheers,

    -JD
    post edited by contact@jondunn.org - 2007/12/11 23:13:50
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 19:31:08 (permalink)
    it doesn't do for me at all amigo

    the original song was certainly not written and composed to be the backdrop of some middle-aged guy juggling balls

    what an odd post


    Oh I know. And I understand if you don't enjoy it. I just thought some people might. For me it doesn't diminish my respect and appreciation for the song regardless of the "actual" inspiration or purpose of composition. It probably was not written to be the backdrop for me washing the car but sometimes it is and that doesn't bother me.

    Take care,


    Bob
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 19:37:16 (permalink)
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 19:57:55 (permalink)
    More proof that The Fab Four are eternal. Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "follow the bouncing ball."
    P.S. Lighten up JD, the guy is great, and obviously respects the music. He's simply found a different way to interpret it.

    "I think you've got something there. I'll wait outside until you clean it up."
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 20:00:04 (permalink)
    Not bad - the guy can definately juggle (Q: What are three balls on the floor? A: Ric juggling..) Only he knows if it was intended as any sort of "interpretation" - or just cool music to close out the show with. (A no-brainer)

    I recently stumbled across this - thought it and it's related vids were way too cool....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WlbQPmXg08

    Art is in the eye.....

    Ric
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/21 20:03:54 (permalink)
    bucky, this is sacred music

    that's Lennon & McCartney

    not

    Brittney & .....

    yah I'm just in the bowels of a great depression after England threw away their crucial Euro Cup game today
    I bet Sir Paul is in a bad mood tonight too

    y'all cool cats have a good night

    -JD
    post edited by contact@jondunn.org - 2007/11/21 20:16:08
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/22 13:53:56 (permalink)

    I enjoyed this.

    Just another way to keep the music of the fab 6 alive. I also first resisted this new Beatle cd that was done by Goerge Martin and his son. Some of it was good, some of it was a bit strange the way it was put together. Again, this was another example of how to keep this music in our daily lives. The music of the Beatles seems to never get old or over played.

    Hawky
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/28 13:05:00 (permalink)
    The music of the Beatles seems to never get old or over played.


    I couldn't agree more.
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/28 13:43:03 (permalink)
    yes, once again Bob, I am truly sorry and humbly repent...

    I had wanted for years to see the McCartney performance from the SuperBowl, as I am not an American football fan, but recently someone reminded me to check youtube
    there it was
    what an incredible performance, his band is fantastic, nailing all the back-up vocals, McCartney super-positive, on, full of energy, and nailing the soul of the music as always

    check it out & have a good week http://youtube.com/watch?v=kz38asyJkcU http://youtube.com/watch?v=kz38asyJkcU

    -JD
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    RE: OT: Artistic Beatles Interpretation 2007/11/28 13:53:49 (permalink)
    No problem JD. We all have those days or times of feeling down and out. Thanks for the link. I'll check it out at home tonight. I really ultimately respect the Beatles as well as what they have done in the post Beatles era.

    I can certainly understand the perspective of considering their music as I think it was said as "sacred". I hope things are going good for you and take care.

    Bob
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