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Prince and I did not get off, so to speak, on the good foot. While he would ultimately influence me — both personally and musically — as much as Bowie or The Beatles my Trinityhis presence initially challenged the most important friendship of my life. My life radiated outward from there.
David Bowie? Yeah, I can understand that; his Ziggy Stardust days leave people scratching their heads. Bob Dylan?
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Will there be anything released before summerlike singles, EPs, etc? What a fuckin' racket That's racket as in 'noise', as in 'not very melodic', as in 'doesn't sound like The Wildhearts'.
Three versions of the song were recorded inall during sessions for the Beatles' self-titled double albumalso known as "the White Album": a slow, bluesy arrangement titled " Revolution 1 " that would make the final cut for the LP; an abstract sound collage titled " Revolution 9 " that originated as the latter part of "Revolution 1" and appears on the same album; and the faster, hard rock version similar to "Revolution 1", released as the B-side of the " Hey Jude " single. Although the single version was issued first, it was recorded several weeks after "Revolution 1", as a remake specifically intended for release as a single. Inspired by political protests in earlyLennon's lyrics expressed sympathy with the need for change but doubt in regard to some of the tactics.
Also, marks the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones first LP. Comparing the Beatles and Stones is a time-honored tradition among my generation, and, of course, existentially, people fall into either camp according to their predilections. That said, I think the early Stones stand the test of time better than the early Beatles, but neither in the mid-Sixties can hold a candle to Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, or James Brown.