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Don’t Go Jumping Waterfalls

The lyrics to the opening verse of “Waterfalls” by Paul McCartney go as follows: “Don’t go jumping waterfalls / Please, keep to the lake. / People who jump waterfalls /Sometimes can make mistakes.” If these lyrics sound familiar to those … Continue reading

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Book Review: You Never Give Me Your Money

This book has the makings of a Greek tragedy. One of the foremost elements of a Greek tragedy as opposed to other tragic traditions is that in a Greek tragedy the tragic fate is known ahead of time and yet … Continue reading

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Book Review: Still The Greatest

Still The Greatest: The Essential Songs Of The Beatles’ Solo Careers This book is conducted on an unusual but compelling premise, and that is seeking to create a solid compilation of the solo Beatles recordings that follows the same rules … Continue reading

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Book Review: And In The End

And In The End: The Last Days Of The Beatles, by Ken McNab The last days of the Beatles make for sobering reading. Between 1969 and 1970, the Beatles entirely fell apart as a group and did so in a … Continue reading

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