The Beatles - Now and Then

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QuoteNow and Then's eventful journey to fruition took place over five decades and is the product of conversations and collaborations between the four Beatles that go on to this day. The long mythologised John Lennon demo was first worked on in February 1995 by Paul, George and Ringo as part of The Beatles Anthology project but it remained unfinished, partly because of the impossible technological challenges involved in working with the vocal John had recorded on tape in the 1970s. For years it looked like the song could never be completed. But in 2022 there was a stroke of serendipity. A software system developed by Peter Jackson and his team, used throughout the production of the documentary series Get Back, finally opened the way for the uncoupling of John's vocal from his piano part. As a result, the original recording could be brought to life and worked on anew with contributions from all four Beatles. This remarkable story of musical archaeology reflects The Beatles' endless creative curiosity and shared fascination with technology. It marks the completion of the last recording that John, Paul and George and Ringo will get to make together and celebrates the legacy of the foremost and most influential band in popular music history.


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New Beatles single... new Rolling Stones album... What year is this?????  :1f632:  :1f62e:
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QuoteOn the Billboard Hot 100 dated Dec. 12, 1964, The Beatles' "I Feel Fine" flew from No. 22 to No. 5 in its second week on the chart. It jumped over The Rolling Stones' "Time Is on My Side," which held at No. 6.

Nearly 59 years later, their iconic imprints long stamped on pop culture, they're together again in the top 10 of a Billboard ranking.

On the latest Adult Alternative Airplay chart, dated Nov. 18, 2023, The Beatles' "Now and Then" debuts at No. 9. It joins The Rolling Stones' "Angry," up to No. 6 (time is still on their side), a new high in its ninth week on the list.
https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/beatles-rolling-stones-billboard-chart-top-10-1235468927/
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