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The Better 1/2's - The Tonsil Song / The Getting Better Song album flac

  • Performer: The Better 1/2's
  • Album: The Tonsil Song / The Getting Better Song
  • FLAC: 1754 mb | MP3: 1982 mb
  • Released: 1969
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 407
The Better 1/2's - The Tonsil Song / The Getting Better Song album flac


Side 1 The Tonsil Song
Side 2 The Getting Better Song

Is it getting better, or do you feel the same? Will it make it easier on you, now you got someone to blame? You say one love, one life, when it's one need in the night.

This is a special version/performance of this song: the lyrics are being read by a computer voice

Getting Better" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The song has been said to be musically reminiscent of the Beatles' hit single "Penny Lane"

Produced by George Martin. Album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Getting Better Lyrics. It's getting better all the time. About Getting Better. Mostly written by McCartney, but with backing vocal and a verse contribution from Lennon. The idea for the song came from the favourite phrase of Jimmie Nicol, The Beatles' stand-in drummer for eight days of their 1964 world tour. As is written in McCartney’s official biography, Many Years from Now, he intended to make the song have a positive tone. It’s an optimistic song. I often try and get on to optimistic subjects in an effort to cheer myself up and also, realising that other people are going to hear this, to cheer them up too. And this was one of those

The original version of this song is already quiet, hesitant, and raw, and Thou’s version starts out along that muted path, shuddering into the void before abruptly slamming into a wall of cruelly distorted noise. When Bryan Funck wraps his acerbic vocal chords around Cobain’s lonesome lament and his fellows chime in as a ghostly chorus, the effect is absolutely explosive. Found on the band’s 1970 album Loaded, the Velvet Underground original is a stately ballad, influenced by Lou Reed’s adoration of ‘50s doo-wop and dreamy Phil Spector productions, complete with a spoken word lament/plea to a lover. Chan Marshall’s version, by contrast, is of a piece with most of the material she recorded for her 2000 Covers Record. Beyond the lyrics, all the musical signifiers have been removed in place of a quiet piano line, her aching vocals, and an emphasis on the line, You better run to me.

There was some speculation that the song described a conversation between a father and his HIV-positive gay son, based on the connection of the song to David Wojnarowicz, an artist who died of AIDS-related illnesses. U2 used Wojarnowicz’s black and white photograph as album art for the single. Wojnarowicz took the photo at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington on a trip he took from New York following the passing of his close friend and legendary photographer, Peter Hujar (1934-87); he died from AIDs-related illnesses on November 26, 1987.

The phrase, "It's Getting Better" first came from a drummer named Jimmy Nichol who sat in for Ringo in June 1964, when Ringo was in the hospital having his tonsils removed. During this time The Beatles would ask Jimmy how he was getting along, and he would reply, "it's getting better. Natasha from Chico, Cathe part of the song where it says he used to beat up his girl and keep her locked up threw me for a curve, so whats the deal with that? is it about keeping martha locked up and stuff? Alan from City, MiMichael Jackson sold his Beatles catalogue, or at least most of it, to Sony. The first Beatles song to be used for a commercial was I believe Revolution for a sneakers commercial. David from Waco, TxPaul McCartney says this song is a perfect example of how wonderful he and Lennon were when they wrote together.

Shed Seven - Getting Better. Much better than Oasis. 2. Mama Cass - It's Getting Better. As is the Kevin Rowland version. Sadly, I can't find that online. 1. Dan Le Sac Vs. Scroobius Pip - Get Better. can you get better? Posted by Rol at 10:55. The vintage song of the day! - 792. Prisoners, Ramsey State Farm, Texas● Choppin' in the New Ground ● 1956. Then more shit happened, which led to my not getting the damage fixed ('twas a lot of money).

Better, Better, Better. I used to be cruel to my woman, I beat her and kept her apart from the things that she loved. Man, I was mean, but I'm changing my scene, And I'm doing the best that I can. I admit, it's getting better, a little better all the time. Yes, I admit, it's getting better, It's getting better since you've been mine. Getting so much better all the time. Better, Better, Better It's getting better all the time. Better, Better, Better. It was recorded by the Beatles for the 1967 album Sgt.