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NoWhere Man - The Beatles

UMT

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For some very strange reason, this song has been stuck in my head for 3 days.

I'm 58 (still hot as hell! ha) and I was teenager when this song came out. At that time, the Beatles were it. I liked this song then.

Let's have a Beatles argument! They were the hottest thing ever, back in the day. And if you listen to their music today, it's very well produced and still 'fresh.'

Ok, flame on!

UMT
 

VaughnC

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Sorry, but I cannot disagree with you. As I drive around during the day with my job and I hear any Beatles song on the radio, it just makes me feel happy and its amazing how their music still holds up after all these years. At first, I think what a great new song I'm hearing...but then I realize its a Beatles classic. Amazing....and I was 17 in 1964 :eek:!
 
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The most important band in the history of recorded music. Period. I'm 42 and have been a MAJOR Beatles fan since I was 8 years old. Ozzy should be on this forum and Paul Stanley as well. Paul Stanley describes recently seeing Paul McCartney when during the climax of the show, he looked around and the whole venue was reduced to tears. He said he never saw anything like it in his life, as he was bawling right with 'em. I'm feeling a little weepy just thinking about it.
 

27sauce

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Stratocaster on that one right?

Can;t beat the Beatles, I listen to them at least once a day, every day.
 

54GT

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I have never been a big Beatles fan (Stones guy) but there is no denying that when they were good, they were off the charts good. Revolver/Rubber Soul period stuff is just exceptional and as you said, fresh sounding, to this day.
 

uburoibob

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I am playing a John Lennon birthday party Beatles show tomorrow night. Been listening to and playing their songs since I was 10. I am 58 now, too, and still going strong. The Beatles are the best band ever - and I think every other band would agree!

Bob
 
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Flyin' Brian

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Sorry, but I cannot disagree with you. As I drive around during the day with my job and I hear any Beatles song on the radio, it just makes me feel happy and its amazing how their music still holds up after all these years. At first, I think what a great new song I'm hearing...but then I realize its a Beatles classic. Amazing....and I was 17 in 1964 :eek:!
I'm the same age as Vaughn and I agree. The Beatles are always worth a listen.

Somebody else mentioned he wasn't a Beatles' fan...he was a Stones guy. I fail to see why you can't be both. It's like saying I'm not a steak lover but I like broccoli. Two entirely different things.
 
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My favorite Beatles' remaster is 'Revolver'. That one really comes alive on the entire frequency spectrum with very little compression. A masterpiece in remastering.
 

illinimax

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The most important band in the history of recorded music. Period. I'm 42 and have been a MAJOR Beatles fan since I was 8 years old. Ozzy should be on this forum and Paul Stanley as well. Paul Stanley describes recently seeing Paul McCartney when during the climax of the show, he looked around and the whole venue was reduced to tears. He said he never saw anything like it in his life, as he was bawling right with 'em. I'm feeling a little weepy just thinking about it.
Had the same experience Paul Stanley describes when seeing McCartney last year at Wrigley Field
 

Simto

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I love that song, probably one of my favourite songs from them. Has a nice bittersweet sound.
 

MarcJ

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I absolutly love Nowhere Man. I remember hearing it on the radio when I was a little kid. The Beatles started it all for me. When my older sister got the Meet the Beatles album I knew I had to grow my hair and play the guitar.
 

A-Bone

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Not one, but two Strats chiming away on that track.
George and John played their matching sonic blue Strats, with John playing lead on the verses and George taking the solo, As I recall.
 






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