SINGAPORE 60's: ANDY'S POP MUSIC INFLUENCE: ON THE MUSIC N MEMORY TRAIL IS MY OWN BLOG N ROLL PROJECT. NOSTALGIA IS PERSONAL HISTORY N PICTURES TELL STORIES. POP MUSIC NOT PILLS. ANDY YOUNG. (November, 2008). IT'S DONE WITH MUCH TIME AND LOVE.


'CLAIR' FROM O'SULLIVAN AND CARNABY STREET.

'CLAIR' FROM O'SULLIVAN AND CARNABY STREET.
A previous neighbour from the 60's talks about 'Clair' and Carnaby Street. CLIK PIX TO READ.

Sunday, September 07, 2014

"Me 64? Way Past That Actually! Add Another 10."


                                When I'm Sixty Four 64 (The Beatles)
                   A Cappella Barbershop Quartet Video: Julien Neel
                                 with Dan, Sonny Julien, Dieter
              Thanks very much to the Quartet for this lovely version.

A REALITY CHECK FOR MY SENIOR MUSIC MAKERS AND FRIENDS.
ONLY A NUMBER WOT!

Beatles Ages Today:    

George Harrison: 71
Paul McCartney: 72
John Lennon: 74
Ringo Starr: 74

This is a picture drawn in the early 1970′s depicting what the artist from the Hunter Davies Authorized Biography thought they would look like today.

Illustration from Website: http://theirategamer.com/the-beatles-where-are-they-now-artists-rendition/

Video From You Tube: 
February 14th, 2013.
For Larry Lai.               

News Flash:
Beatles Anniversary?
It was September 7, 1964 and more than 10,000 young people stormed Toronto International Airport to get their first glimpse of The Beatles.    

9 comments:

chakap chakap said...

After he married Yoko Ono in 1969, he changed his name to John Ono Lennon. He took up time to bring up his infant son Sean by not remaining active with his music business in 1975. He returned to the scene with Ono in 1980 with the new album, "Double Fantasy". He was killed three weeks after its release. He died on 8th December.

chakap chakap said...

Harrison left nearly 100 million pounds when he died in 2001 from lung cancer at 58. He was cremated and his ashes were scattered in the Ganges and Yamuna rivers in India according to Hindu tradition.

JAMES SEAH said...

Andy,
You are always young at heart, body and mind. When you are happy as a music lover, it makes you youthful in many ways.
Cheers!

Thimbuktu

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

John Ehrhart said...

I read that Paul and John has aspirations to write show tune/Frank Sinatra sort of music early in there careers. I believe this song comes from that period, originally.

mattiboo said...

That is true. Paul wrote this because he figured that the rock n' roll thing would not last, so he tried writing something that he thought would make him money.

YOU TUBE said...

WHEN I'M 64 SONG:

An international A Cappella multitrack collab cover by:
► Sonny Vande Putte (Belgium) - Lead
http://www.sonnyvandeputte.be
http://www.youtube.com/user/sgtsonny
► Dieter Verhofstadt (Belgium/Suriname) - Baritone
http://winkel.stanzamuziek.be
► Dan Wright (USA) - Tenor
http://www.youtube.com/user/danwright32
► Julien Neel (France) - Bass
http://www.youtube.com/user/trudbol

--- CREDITS
► Original song by The Beatles (John Lennon & Paul Mccartney)
► Arr. by Tom Gentry: http://www.harmonymarketplace.com/8608
► Audio editing: Julien Neel (Trudbol)
► Video editing: Julien Neel

ERWIN MAISCH said...

John lanun!

Translation: pirate!

HOCK CHONG OOI said...

Its the beatle!

BUZZ FEED said...

18 Beatles songs John Lennon totally hated:

He snidely referred to this one as “granny music.” When asked about the authorship of the song, he said it was “Paul’s, completely. I would never dream of writing a song like that.”

(Chakap chakap:
Ho, ho, ho... What if he's still around today? Probably'd have a different idea about the song.)