The Fab Beatles

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mrkilley2900623
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Re: The Fab Beatles

Postby mrkilley2900623 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:31 am

am i the only one completely and utterly perplexed with this? Might catch em if theres nothing better on in the tents
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Halfdeadbassist
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Re: The Fab Beatles

Postby Halfdeadbassist » Fri Jul 23, 2010 3:49 pm

Has this tribute band heard of an album called "Abbey Road?" or "Yellow Submarine?" or even "Revolver?"

Well... theyve heard of Sgt Pepper so itll be an opportunity most of us will never see again, 10,000 + people singing I am the eggman, you are the eggman, I am the Walrus.

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Re: The Fab Beatles

Postby x-tempus » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:28 pm

can't wait....


been watching Yellow Submarine to get me in the mood :lol: quality film, however psychodelic
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red_sauce
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Re: The Fab Beatles

Postby red_sauce » Thu Aug 05, 2010 6:36 pm

I wonder what people actually thought of them, I am not going to lie that I was looking forward to them most all weekend I am a beatles nut I have near to all their LP's (all first press')

I thought they were really good, not only did they sing well (twist and shout is so difficult) but also they played their characters really well, especially John.

I did notice that people didn't seem as into it as they did with Bjorn Again, but saying that we were right over on the right side at the bars and were rather rocking out (I worry that we were the only ones as we were on the big screen for pretty much an entire song) and we were so so chuffed that they played I Am The Walrus after we shouted it a few times in the gaps (though I his voice was breaking a little by that point and they missed out the ha ha ha he he he ha ha ha bit)
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the_skezz
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Re: The Fab Beatles

Postby the_skezz » Thu Aug 05, 2010 6:42 pm

I enjoyed them, some good light entertainment...and it was hilarious to see them go into 'Run to the Hills' at the end of their last song :lol:

mrkilley2900623
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Re: The Fab Beatles

Postby mrkilley2900623 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:45 pm

i skipped them to get a better place for Skindred :) kinda wish id been able to see them but theres always the wacky band the organisers think of next year
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Re: The Fab Beatles

Postby the_skezz » Fri Aug 06, 2010 12:21 am

mrkilley2900623 wrote:i skipped them to get a better place for Skindred :) kinda wish id been able to see them but theres always the wacky band the organisers think of next year


That's true...how about a Spinal Tap tribute? :lol:

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Re: The Fab Beatles

Postby mrkilley2900623 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 9:01 am

or spinal tap themselves :D
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