I don't know about you, but I enjoy waking up to new Beatles music.
A tip o'the hat to hpunch for sending this along with a subject line, "New To Me." It is new to me, as well. And hopefully, new to all of you, too.
I think it's quite lovely.
Amazing! Why have we never heard this lovely tune in the previous 52 years.Thanks SalCaptain Al
New to me too. A nice present to start a new week.Surprised Paul never resurrected it for one of his solo albums. Bill
Wow! Have never heard this!! What a treat and a great way to start a new day. Thanks, Sal. You're the best.
It's been stuck in my head for days. Pure gold.
I can't imagine how this one escaped. Great tune. Wonder if it will be in the new movie.
I read somewhere a few weeks back that this song was a diss track aimed at Hunter Davies who the Fabs had apparently nicknamed Eddie when he was working on the authorized biography in '67-'68. All that "you think you're in with the in crowd" stuff. But this interpretation, accompanied by photographic evidence of the various Fab dogs and cats, makes a lot more sense, especially when John throws in the name of his kitty and then the dog he wrote about in his book.A nice little fragment, this.
Good stuff. Maybe not the dog's bollocks but a very pleasant, honest, almost throwaway little tune. I rather like the running commentary throughout. Cheers!
Stuck in my head now. Must be nice to be able to write something so memorable sounding and just ignore it for 52 years.
Sweet! A toss-off but the photos really bring this one home. And I'm not a pet person.
I hope this will be featured in the Peter Jackson movie. And perhaps a soundtrack of unheard tunes like this????
I love it. Thanks for posting it, pal.
There you go Sal doin what you always do! Turning us on to great music!!!
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