How The Beatles Stole My Imagination Playlist

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This piece was originally going to be a playlist of various artists representing imagination according to the fourth definition on Dictionary.com.

Imagination, noun: the product of imagining; a conception or mental creation, often a baseless or fanciful one.

I didn’t get very far with it because I kept returning to The Beatles. I couldn’t really help it. The Beatles have been extremely influential in the music world as well as my own family. My uncle would sit in his third story bedroom in the early 60’s with his record player just listening to The Beatles. I think because they’ve always been his favorite band and he took up guitar because of them, he looks a lot like George. But that’s just my perspective. Of course, he isn’t the only one in our family who likes them. My mom introduced The Beatles to me when I was only two or three and they’ve always stuck with me. Enough of my family history. Now, I present to you How The Beatles Stole My Imagination playlist:

Yellow Submarine (duh)

Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!

Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

Glass Onion

I Am The Walrus

Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)

The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill

Sexy Sadie

Rocky Raccoon

Nowhere Man

Octopus’s Garden

Only A Northern Song

 

By Slade

image source: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/art/blog/images/TheBeatles-color.jpg

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