Beatles & Sciences
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It’s the most famous chord in rock 'n' roll, an instantly recognizable twang rolling through the open strings on George Harrison’s 12-string Rickenbacker. It evokes a Pavlovian response from music fans as they sing along to the refrain that follows:
Charting the Beatles Ongoing study of Beatles through infographics, much of which is based on secondary sources such as sales statistics, biographies, recording session notes, sheet music, and raw audio readings. This graph (based on authorial attributions quantified by William J. Dowlding in the book Beatlesongs
Un dingue. Je vois pas d'autres qualificatifs. by May 3
Et vous l'avez lui? C'est un dingue, il a décomposer (et je pèse mes mots) plein de chansons des Beatles. by May 3
While digging through Usenet, I stumbled on these three unidentified tracks that pick apart three of the Beatles' original multitrack masters, isolating and highlighting pieces from "She's Leaving Home," "A Day in the Life," and "Come Together."