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This is a song I love with such a beautiful harmony , courtesy of John, Paul and George. A great solo singing effort by John Lennon in the middle eight. Whilst this is a collaboration, I always considered this slightly more a Lennon song. If we analyse the song musically, we have to differ the melody from harmony. McCartney is not clear and distinct — consciously? He could have meant he did the harmonies.
But the press people is always more positive to McCartney because he did Yesterday and always is smiling? The melody is wonderful even without the harmonies. You convince nobody, Johan. We all recognize your sad Lennon-love, which is surpassed by your McCartney-hate. One indisputable fact, Johan, is that over the years, Lennon often told myriad stories about the same event.
It is HIS stories that have credibility problems because his stories so often changed, often seemingly in jealousy toward his former writing partner. It kind of worked, Pete wanting the group to drop Ringo and take him back in the band. Just silliness. George said, before he passed away that the guitar he is playing, he gave away later on. This is my first comment. Just want to say thanks to the creators of the site, first of all. I think ALL his songs and the other Beatles songs are full of melody… he was obviously really paranoid about it.
One my all time favorite Beatles songs. I am a huge fan of harmonies and this is superb. The mark of a good harmony is when parts seem to disappear into one sound. This Boy does that for me.
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Love singing it! Just my attempt at writing one of those three-part harmony Smokey Robinson songs.
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Nothing in the lyrics; just a sound and harmony. This Boy was another hotel-bedroom song, twin beds, one afternoon somewhere; we had arrived around one o'clock. We had a couple of hours to kill, so we thought, Well, let's write one. Rather like the hotel where we wrote She Loves You.
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It's funny, I remember the room and the position of the beds: John and I sitting on twin beds, the G-Plan furniture, the British hotel with olive green and orange everywhere, that marvellous combination, the colours of vomit. It was very co-written. We wanted to do a close-harmony thing, we liked harmonies and we were quite good at them. We weren't all rock 'n' roll, we could change the pace, which was always nice after you'd played for three hours. We wrote it in two-part harmony and then put the third part in for George to sing; we'd never actually tried to write something like that.
Nice middle, John sang that great, then we'd go back into the close-harmony thing.
The slow, sad song about 'This Boy', which features prominently in Beatle programmes, is expressively unusual for its lugubrious music, but harmonically it is one of their most intriguing, with its chains of pandiatonic clusters, and the sentiment is acceptable because voiced cleanly and crisply. I had scored an instrumental version of This Boy as part of the background music, and I used it for the sequence where Ringo is wandering by the river.
We called it 'Ringo's Theme', and it got into the charts in America as an orchestral record — that pleased me somewhat. Latest Comments.
Wooohoooo john Loading Tweeze Thursday 15 September I dunno about that. Bodean Wednesday 11 January MJ Sunday 20 April John Stockhausen Friday 17 February CaroleTucson Sunday 17 January Joseph Brush Sunday 18 April Arnie Porter Thursday 8 September Paperback Writer Sunday 18 June Go on, youtube a live performance of This Boy and be amazed! Phillip Saturday 31 March No, not that particular one I suppose, because everyone can be in on it.
Rocky Thursday 24 February GniknuS Friday 25 February Brendart Thursday 3 March I hope you are joking… Loading Rocky Sunday 1 May Its really clear to me now. Tom Thursday 26 April Who else But Ringo!? Montecristo Tuesday 17 December Tim Sunday 26 November So John switched from lead to bass when they all sang together? Never knew that! In this video, an italian guy shows how to sing the three parts. Paperback Writer Tuesday 27 June John sang low, Paul High and George down the middle.
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