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76 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.
77 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.
78 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.
79 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "I'm Only Sleeping". No. 94 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
80 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.
81 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.
82 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Across The Universe". No. 169 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
83 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.
84 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.
85 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.
86 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series. An alphabetical index to Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series
87 The official Beatles' canon. A list of all 212 Beatles' songs and covers officially released on record between 1962 and 1970
88 The twelve recording projects of the Beatles. A list of all 187 Beatles' songs and 25 covers officially released on record between 1962 and 1970
89 Who is the main composer of the Beatles' songs?. An answer to the question who is the main responsible of the Fab Four for composing and singing the songs recorded by the group. Brought to you by Per Myrsten.
90 The fight for free radio. In the 1960s and 1970s, a host of radio lovers marched the streets to protest the abolition of ofshore radio. In 1967 the Free Radio Association organized a march from Trafalgar Square to Fleet Street. In 1970 the British offshore stations even were campaigning for the Tories to prevent the jamming of Radio Caroline and Radio Northsea International. In 1973 there was a huge demonstration in The Hague in favour of Radio Veronica. Looking back, Hans Knot here takes us on a march again, but now through memory lane.
91 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Here, There, And Everywhere". No. 96 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
92 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Wild Honey Pie". No. 134 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
93 Soundscapes Zeezender Discografie: songs (D) 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 (D) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune.
94 RNI Dutch Service Number One Hits, 1971-1974. A list of Radio Northsea International Dutch Service Number One Hits, 1971-1974.
95 The return of the Station of the Stars: 208 Radio Luxembourg. Will the famous radio station Radio Luxembourg come back in the air? Hans Knot posed this question to Eric Wiltshir and asked him about the plans and the programming of the future Radio Luxembourg.
96 Passion, pop and self control. Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll: that's the self-proclaimed image of rock culture as we know it since rock 'n' roll and rhythm and blues came of age in the 1950s and 1960s. Living up to this pose of excess, however, requires a certain amount of self control. In this essay Henk Kleijer and Ger Tillekens delve deeper into this relationship, exploring the absence of the feeling of guilt in pop music, the workings of the double standard of sexuality, and the communicative mechanisms of irony and banter.
97 What a rock concert should do .... From April 1st to May 17th 2002 Paul McCartney was touring, or rather driving the US. Walt Everett was there on May 1st, when the Driving USA 2002 tour played the Palace in Auburn Hills, Detroit, and takes us through the set list.
98 Words and chords. The semantic shifts of the Beatles' chords. In the Beatles' songs each of the basic chords can be replaced by several other types of chords. Separated by minor third intervals, the tones of these stand-in chords show a diagonal relationship. This principle of diagonal substitution helps the listeners to understand the songs musically. Closer study of the early Beatles' songs reveals yet another point of support. As Ger Tillekens shows, in each song there is a tight relation between the clusters of these stand-in chords and the semantics of the lyrics.
99 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Fixing A Hole". No. 110 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
100 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "I'm So Tired". No. 138 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
   
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