Maxwells Silver Hammer - The Beatles - Abbey Road (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Marn Reply
    Dec 21,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Abbey Road on Discogs/5(K).
  2. Vusida Reply
    Maxwell's Silver Hammer is a song by The Beatles, from the Abbey Road album, with Paul McCartney singing lead. It was written by McCartney, though the songwriting credit is Lennon/ the parts of the song where it goes 'Bang! Bang!', it's actually Ringo hitting an anvil. The Beatles' Opinions Edit. The song took three days of overdubbing because McCartney imagined that it could be a.
  3. Gardagar Reply
    Free shipping and returns on The Beatles 'Abbey Road' 50th Anniversary Remix LP Vinyl Album at This stereo remix of 'Abbey Road' is sourced from the original eight-track session tapes for a not-to-be-missed re-experiencing of this classic album. Producers Sam Okell and Giles Martin, (son of George Martin, the Beatles brilliant producer), used George's original stereo mix as.
  4. Akizshura Reply
    "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their album Abbey Road. It was written by Paul McCartney, but credited to Lennon–McCartney. The song is about a student named Maxwell Edison who commits murders with a hammer, with the lyrics disguised by an upbeat, catchy, and "childlike" sound. McCartney described the song as symbolic of the downfalls of Genre: Pop, pop rock, music hall.
  5. Yokora Reply
    ‘Maxwell’s Silver Hammer’, a jaunty McCartney-penned song about a homicidal maniac, was considered by its author to be a potential Beatles single. Instead it ended up as a track on the group’s album Abbey Road.
  6. Faem Reply
    I want to smash Abbey Road every time I hear it but the rest of the album is fantastic! And Mr Harrison wrote most of Octopus Garden, with a little help from Ringo. No question, Beatles fans liked Octopus Garden a lot more than Maxwell’s Silver Hammer, even though it’s a fruity song as well.
  7. Douktilar Reply
    Abbey Road is the eleventh studio album by the English rock band the Beatles, released on 26 September by Apple after the location of EMI Studios in London, the cover features the group walking across the street's zebra crossing, an image that became one of the most famous and imitated in popular album's initially mixed reviews were contrasted by its immediate.
  8. Tozahn Reply
    Maxwell's Silver Hammer Lyrics: Joan was quizzical; / Studied pataphysical science in the home / Late nights all alone with a test tube, oh, oh, oh, oh / Maxwell Edison, majoring in medicine.
  9. Kazijin Reply
    Jul 26,  · The Beatles direct involvement was minimal, but apparently it included original visual items made in house by the BBC for songs; for instance a Maxwells Silver Hammer animation, which would be great to see and would fulfill the same purpose as the Yellow Submarine film by providing contemporary visuals for songs the Beatles never made films or.

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