Julia: Humanizing The Beatles

“When I cannot sing my heart I can only speak my mind, Julia “ The Beatles’ early work can be broken down into two main components – infamous pop numbers and bubbly, cheerful, bright-eyed love songs. I’ve always found their early work to be heavily shellacked in pop insincerity and universally relatable lyrics. If they sang about love gained, it was done innocently. If they sang about love lost, it was wistfully optimistic. With commercial success came increased artistic freedom, and the youthful notion that love can do no wrong was abandoned – replaced with a rawer, earnest way of […]

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