The Beatles were one of the most iconic bands in music history and became a reference for music Rock and Roll Music all over the world. Despite the years that have passed since their final separation more than half a century ago, their legacy still lingers in the minds of many people, and their influence continues to this day.
In Peru, the relationship between the Beatles and the local audience had a strange beginning. In the early 1960s, when Beatlemania was already sweeping Europe, but had not yet reached the United States, one episode served as the band’s introduction to Peruvian soil. Oscar Aviles, who worked Artistic director of the Peruvian record label Iempsawould have made a decision that would benefit the British band.
according to Pepe Ladd, son of one of the guitarists of Los Trufros CriollosAviles received a copy of She Loves You and then decided whether it was appropriate to publish it in Peru. At a time when the Beatles’ music had not yet reached the United States, Aviles, driven by his business instincts, decided to take a risk and release his song “she loves You” In the local market in Peru. Despite initial skepticism, this decision turned out to be successful, as the Beatles were able to meet the expectations of the Peruvian audience. This event was reported by Ladd through a Facebook post.
to Artistic Director of Iempsa Records He did not like the musical theme when he first heard it, so much so that he confused it with “noise.” This is how he made it known LadHe added that our citizen listened to the youth’s suggestions.
Isabelle Golan, the talented second voice of the famous female duo Rossio NunsHe played the role of assistant in the marketing department of a record company. While she was mastering the English language, she came across the British band’s album and was amazed. Other people the woman surveyed were also surprised by the music they heard.
Although Capitol did not release it in the United States, thanks to an intervention Oscar AvilesThis song was released by The Beatles in Peru in Spring 1963. Under the Odeón label and with matrix number 45-8806, the 45 rpm record contained “She Loves You” and “I’ll Get You” on both sides. This song quickly spread to all radio stations, and gained immense popularity.
However, it was not until a few months later, on February 7, 1964, that the Beatles arrived at the New York airport and appeared on American television before that. 73 million viewers. This event marked the beginning of his conquest of America and the world. The group’s music, attitudes and personalities changed not only the music industry, but also modern society, where it remains in effect to this day, with over 1000 sales. 600 million records.
Six decades after their Beatlemania debut, two legendary members of The Beatles have chosen to bring back the Beatles sound. John Lennon, they turn to artificial intelligence to bring their latest formation as a quartet to life. Titled Now and Then, this nostalgic tune was released on Thursday 2 November 2023, bringing with it a piece of musical history that fans of the Liverpool quartet have been craving for decades.
The rescue of this important piece of music was made possible by the magic of technology. The song in question was engineered and recorded by Lennon in the privacy of his home The New Yorker in the late 1970s, and Yoko Ono dedicated Lennon’s song to McCartney in 1994.
After the deaths of Lennon in 1980 and George Harrison in 2001, the song was hidden in a corner, biding its time. Finally, after more than two decades, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr They set about the mission of salvaging him, using new techniques to isolate Lennon’s voice from the original recording.
In a statement, Sir Paul McCartney expressed his happiness at hearing Lennon’s voice again, an encounter that touched everyone, especially considering that it took more than Four decades Since Lennon’s ill-fated murder by Mark David Chapman.
Finally, a short film about… 12 minutes, The surviving members of the British band revealed that this song was in production, or at least in its initial attempts, Since 1995after one year Yoko Ono would deliver Lennon’s material to McCartney on a tape titled “For Paul.”
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