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“She Said She Said ” is a song written by John Lennon (credited to Lennon_McCartney) and released by the Beatles on their 1966 album Revolver. Lennon described it as “an ‘acidy’ song” with lyrics inspired by actor and counterculture icon Peter Fonda’s comments during an LSD trip in 1965 with members of the Beatles and the Byrds.Contents;1 Composition;2 Recording;3 Personnel;4 Music;5 Cover versions;6 Notes;7 References;8 External links;Composition In late August 1965, Brian Epstein had rented a house at 2850 Benedict Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills, California for the Beatles’ six-day respite from their U.S. tour.
The huge Spanish-style house was tucked into the side of a mountain. Soon their address became widely known and the area was besieged by fans who blocked roads and tried to scale the steep canyon while others rented helicopters to spy from overhead. The police department detailed a tactical squad of officers to protect the band and the house. The Beatles found it impossible to leave and instead invited guests including actors Eleanor Bron (who co-starred with them in Help!), Peggy Lipton and folk singer Joan Baez. On 24 August, they hosted the Byrds and Fonda and, all except Paul McCartney, took LSD.Fonda wrote for Rolling Stone magazine;_;I finally made my way past the kids and the guards. Paul and George were on the back patio, and the helicopters were patrolling overhead. They were sitting at a table under an umbrella in a rather comical attempt at privacy. Soon afterwards we dropped acid and began tripping for what would prove to be all night and most of the next day, all of us, including the original Byrds, eventually ended up inside a huge, empty and sunken tub in the bathroom, babbling our minds away.I had the privilege of listening to the four of them sing, play around and scheme about what they would compose and achieve. They were so enthusiastic, so full of fun. John was the wittiest and most astute. I enjoyed just hearing him speak and there were no pretensions in his manner. He just sat around, laying out lines of poetry and thinking _ an amazing mind.
How to Learn The Piano Part
Numero Uno for starting-out soloists is the studying of harmonies. You will discover certain courses around specializing in recognizing chord behaviors and nothing else. Studying chords and chord sequences will quickly make your life less complicated when faced with the performance of any well-liked song on the keyboard.