I just can’t seem to get enough of this song medley. How about you? Is it time for something else?
I have been working on this song for the past two days non-stop. It still has a few changes to be made, but I want to put it up now, just in case.
Coming in at just a little over eight minutes long, the Beatles Medley is finished (at least this version). There are five songs in one: You Never Give Me Your Money, Sun King, Mean Mr. Mustard, Polythene Pam and She Came in Through the Bathroom Window. I hope you like it. And I wonder if it was Pam who fell through the bathroom window?
Do you remember a few weeks ago when I said I was going to re-create Side 2 of Abbey Road with my own versions of the songs? You do? Good! Here it is, again in February 2022.
A Collection of Art To Calm You…….
Here are my versions of “Sun King” by you-know-who.
Here is one version of “You Never Give Me Your Money” by the Beatles. This time with drums in 2022…
And some works by Paul Klee, which always make me happy:
Here is a Beatles song I am sure you all remember. (This song was updated October 2021):
It has been a long time since I have posted anything. But today that ends. Here is a classical song called “The Moldau” by Bedric Smetana (1824-1884):
When I was just a young pup, one of my siblings brought home this album. It was the only album recorded by this group, but some of the members went on to work with some of the biggest names in music.
(For those of you born after 1998, when I was a kid we had these things called “Albums.” They were black, circular, and much larger than CD’s. They had circular grooves in them that made music when you put them on a “turntable.”)
It was the second band to record using 16-track technology, the first being Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bookends” (another amazing album).
It has been categorized as “Sunshine Pop” but I think it is in its own category. I have never heard anything quite like it, and I still love it. Maybe you will too.