Kevin Howlett restored the BBC's archive of The Beatles on BBC radio and TV early in their career. Today he explains the juxtaposition of the “radical” Beatles and the more formal radio and TV actors:
I think it’s important to put yourself back in that era, and this is the year  before it all happens in America and internationally, this is the breakthrough year for The Beatles, make or break time. And what they were doing was revolutionary and shocking: the choice of material, the way they were allowed to be themselves on the air and be so witty and irreverent, all in a very good-natured way, but the culture clash of the cheeky lads from Liverpool with the trained actors who might be presenting programs with them.
Elvis Presley - I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry Lyrics: Hear that lonesome whippoorwill He sounds too blue to die The midnight train is whining low I’m so loneso…
Made me cry like a baby
THIS is real music, not that Justin Bieber crap fed to tweens these days, this has substance and emotion and meaning and I remember this song since I was a child, I fully intend to raise my kids with the music and culture values from back in those days.
Florence writes her best songs when shes drunk or has a hangover, because thats when the freedom, the feral music comes, creating itself wildly from the frag…
Muse Uprising with lyrics on the screen i don’t have the copyright for this song Lyrics: Paranoia is in bloom, The PR transmissions will resume They’ll try t…
Gives me shivers ^„,^
Drugs! Gimme me drugs Gimme me drugs, I don’t need it but still what you got,
Since Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon began an all-out assault on drug cartels in 2006, more than 50,000 people have lost their lives across the country in a nearly-continuous string of shootouts, bombings, and ever-bloodier murders
I found this article very disturbing, amazing how someone can just look at others’ suffering and shrug and say “not my problem” or “oh poor them, but im not going to do anything about it” it sickens me.