Sunday, January 23, 2011

All Together Now


Robert Bunter: Possibly the saddest McCartney track ever. Paul sees the writing on the wall and makes a desperate plea for unity. He'll revisit similar territory on "Two of Us" and "You Never Give Me Your Money," but none of it will work. They were doomed.

Richard Furnstein: Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn noted that Ringo was particularly keen to commit this diarrhea drip to tape, in the hopes that it would be a worse song than “What Goes On.” He was successful.

They were doomed.


Robert Bunter: You've never been more wrong in your life, Richard.

Richard Furnstein: It's not my fault you like to eat garbage.

2 comments:

  1. I'll stand by this tune and What Goes On. I'm a huge "Fruity Paul" fan, I like grown men singin creepy bubble gummy stuff (Giorgio Moroder's early stuff is perfect example) I'd rather play with Legos than get bummed on pot, but that's just me.

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  2. It's just not what you want from the band who produced Fixing a hole and I am the walrus is it?

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