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51 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Within You Without You". No. 113 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
52 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Paperback Writer" and "Rain". No. 91 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
53 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on the cover songs on the "Help!" and "Beatles VI" albums. No. 76 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
54 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Get Back". No. 161 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
55 The offshore days of Graham Gill. Probably best remembered from Radio Caroline and RNI in the 1970s, Graham Gill started his offshore radio career on the Laissez Faire, working for Swinging Radio England and Britain Radio. He also could be heard in the sixties on Wonderful Radio London and the middle of the road station Radio 390. Now retired, Gill recently met up with Hans Knot for an interview about his days offshore.
56 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series 161 - 196. Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series 161 - 196
57 Soundscapes Zeezender Discografie: songs (B) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune. Een discografie van bijna alles wat ooit over de zeezenders op single, EP, LP of CD is uitgebracht. Met op deze pagina een overzicht van songs (B) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune.
58 Soundscapes Zeezender Discografie: songs (C) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune. Een discografie van bijna alles wat ooit over de zeezenders op single, EP, LP of CD is uitgebracht. Met op deze pagina een overzicht van songs (C) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune.
59 Locked into the Hotel California. The Eagles' song Hotel California is built upon seven simple chords. The way in which these chords combine, though, is rather complex. Interpreting the music of this song seems as difficult as decoding its lyrics. Ger Tillekens here analyses the basic chord pattern as an expanded Spanish progression that gives the song its Spanish feel and acts as to keep it locked into the moment.
60 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "The Fool On The Hill". No. 123 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
61 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Back In The USSR". No. 130 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
62 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Let It Be". No. 165 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
63 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Love You To". No. 95 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
64 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Yer Blues". No. 146 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
65 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "I Me Mine". No. 170 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
66 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Lady Madonna". No. 127 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
67 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Good Night". No. 156 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
68 The Queen anomaly. Many songs of the British rock group Queen are rich in melodic content, strengthened yet by a low level of melody repetition. In this respect the group's song repertoire seems to deviate from the standards of rock music. D. Pinter adstructs and discusses this remarkable anomaly at length.
69 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Taxman". No. 92 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
70 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Ticket To Ride". No. 65 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
71 A flood of flat-sevenths. According to many pop-musicologists the flat-seventh chord, or subtonic, can be regarded as one of the marks of the Beatles' experimental period. On the Beatles' 1966 album Revolver this chord is paired to a lavish use of quartal harmonies. Is this peculiar chord responsible for the album's atmosphere? Answering this question, Ger Tillekens here takes a closer look at the flat-seventh.
72 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Old Brown Shoe". No. 164 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
73 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "All You Need Is Love ". No. 118 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
74 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band". No. 106 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
75 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Piggies". No. 140 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
   
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