Category Archives: Music

Need Another Reason Not To Practice A Lifetime of Abuse?

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Wolfgang Laufer, 64: Acclaimed musician often sat in with ASO

I had the special honor of knowing this fine man. Whether it was seeing him play at Carnegie Hall or going with him to the Phoenix Auto Show, I will cherish the time I spent with him. He will be … Continue reading

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Now For Something Completely Different

Most of my posts have to do with social work, education and technology. Sometimes, I post something out of left field and this is one such post. I have varied tastes in music: The Beatles, Pop, Jazz, Classical and Bossa … Continue reading

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Beatles Add More Gold & Platinum Records In April

The Beatles already hold just about every album sales record there is, and with last year’s re-issues of the Fab Four catalog, a number of their albums have added new Gold and Platinum honors. The RIAA has released its monthly list … Continue reading

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Scorsese Elaborates On George Harrison Documentary

Titled “Living in the Material World: George Harrison,” the documentary will take on the whole of the Beatles guitarist’s life before, during and after his time in the world’s most popular and successful band. Producer Nigel Sinclair of Exclusive Media … Continue reading

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Beatles Have More Songs On “500 Greatest” List Than Any Other Artist

No one has more songs on the list than the Beatles. With 23 songs, the British band has more songs listed than any other group or solo artist. And this doesn’t count solo works by band members – like “Imagine” … Continue reading

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UK News :: School children ‘wasting classroom time’ studying the Beatles

Yeah right. It’s a bad thing for British children to know Britain’s greatest contribution to the arts in the 20th century. The greatest musical phenomenon to ever have occurred and that will most likely never happen again. I think John … Continue reading

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