I once had a girl or should i say
Quote by John Lennon: “I once had a girl, or should I say she once had...”
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Surely a soulful track! The book Norwegian Wood is one such masterpiece. Toru and Kizuki grow in the same neighborhood. They are indeed good friends. Naoko is the girlfriend of Kizuki. Everything was going at normal phase until one day when something appalling took place. Kizuki commits suicide which leaves Naoko in a state of complete despair.
John Lennon : vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar Paul McCartney : harmony vocals, bass George Harrison : sitar, string acoustic guitar Ringo Starr : bass drum, tambourine. Available on: Rubber Soul Anthology 2. Norwegian Wood was a landmark recording for The Beatles, being one of the first Western pop songs to feature the sitar, an Indian instrument. John Lennon had the idea for the song while on a skiing holiday with his wife Cynthia , in St Moritz in the Swiss Alps. They were joined by George Martin , who injured himself early on in the holiday , and his future wife Judy Lockhart-Smith.
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I once had a girl or should I say she once had me.
Rubber Soul is the sixth studio album by The Beatles , released in As the page quote describes, this album was an important step in their artistic development, as they began to shed their early image as the innocent, fun-loving "Fab Four". From the unusually arty sleeve which didn't even have the band's name on the front to the introspective, often bitter lyrics, the Beatles were taking their music to the next level. Indeed, Rubber Soul 's innovations led directly to Revolver and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Time magazine included the album in their list of timeless and essential albums , and it was listed at 5 in Rolling Stone 's Greatest Albums Of All Time.
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Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami After having read a half dozen or so Murakami books, a fellow avid Murakami reader pointed out I had gone about reading his work in the wrong order and suggested that I should drop whatever else I was reading and start all over again with Norwegian Wood. There are no tricks here, no mysterious magical forces at play, no spies dressed as cats lurking in the corners. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.