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    It's been 55 years!!!????

    55 Years Ago Beatles Debuted on Billboard Charts

    Fifty-five (55) years ago today — on Jan. 18, 1964— "I Want to Hold Your Hand" debuted at number 45 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

    By Feb. 1, the Beatles' first U.S. hit on the Billboard chart reached number one.

    That, however, was just the beginning. Eight days after their song topped the charts, John, Paul, George, and Ringo appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show' before an audience of 73 million people.
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    That's it! I offically feel old now.
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    Wow

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    Wow... Just wow...

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    Great video it was. Thanks for sharing.

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    Like yesterday.

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    My favorite - is Yellow submarine.

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    Music died many years ago. No more Beatles. No more Pink Floyd. No more Jimi Hendrix. No more Led Zeppelin. Etc. Etc.

    Every song today sounds the same. I couldn't name one of today's modern band or artist.

    It's 20 minutes but you guys might want to give this a watch.

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    Sorry men, two meme limit.

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    Speaking of Led Zep...

    Jimmy Page Listening to Rumble.avi

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLEUSn8y9TI

    Stairway To Heaven's Mysterious Measures - The Bridge Rhythm Explained
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhlLtd19szw

    What Makes John Bonham Such a Good Drummer?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvOm2oZRQIk
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    Any classical music lovers??

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    Quote Originally Posted by biodieselman View Post
    Music died many years ago. No more Beatles. No more Pink Floyd. No more Jimi Hendrix. No more Led Zeppelin. Etc. Etc.

    Every song today sounds the same. I couldn't name one of today's modern band or artist.

    It's 20 minutes but you guys might want to give this a watch.


    I think that means that you are officially old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milly111 View Post
    Any classical music lovers??



    Huge Mozart fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biodieselman View Post
    Music died many years ago. No more Beatles. No more Pink Floyd. No more Jimi Hendrix. No more Led Zeppelin. Etc. Etc.

    Every song today sounds the same. I couldn't name one of today's modern band or artist.

    It's 20 minutes but you guys might want to give this a watch.

    Truly agree that music today use less instruments and complexity of harmonics (read simple). And some "artists" use NO instruments at all. When you spend time learning to play an instrument, I feel you become more creative. IMHO "most" of today's music sounds mass produced. There are some exceptions BUT, FAR and FEW between.

    Any classical music lovers??
    Like the video states "A day in a Life" was a BIG success because of it's complexity of instruments. To ME.. this is what makes classical music great!
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