Liverpool 8

I absolutely adore the song. I have not listened to the whole album, but I think Starr did a great job on Liverpool 8. It does not have the quality of the great song ala Alanis Morisette’ or Norah Jones’ my favourites.

It is a sweet song, pop like with interesting rythmic and easy to enjoy. No surprises, just plain old music. Just like coming home.

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6 Responses to “Liverpool 8”


  1. 1 LB January 29, 2008 at 12:56 pm

    The Violinist is wild!!! Good pop song…

  2. 2 colson January 29, 2008 at 1:00 pm

    Now you’ve done it again. You induced the sweet pain of nostalgia, nostalgia.

    In ’67, a month after our daughter Britt had been born, and immediately after the album had been released, my Swedish (girl) friends Kirsten and Britt ( the one who inspired my baby daughter’s Scandinavian name,) came to visit us and brought a present: “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” – the most famous and the best of all Beatles’ albums. Ringo Starr, drummer. Not a singer. Although, we had heard his vocals in “A Yellow Submarine…”

    Now, 2008, he still is not a singer. But who cares. At least he’s still here. John Lennon is not. And neither is George Harrison.

    Wow, the sixties were great; the young Rolling Stones, the young Bob Dylan, the young Janis Joplin – this, at that time still young, (almost)grandpa sighs reminiscing .

  3. 3 Sandy (Momisodes) January 29, 2008 at 7:29 pm

    Great song…and yes, that violinist is wild!!!

  4. 4 Giddy Tiger January 30, 2008 at 8:18 am

    That is like THE theme song for a Liverpool fan like myself! Thanks for the nice song!

  5. 5 andiesummerkiss January 31, 2008 at 12:14 pm

    LB,

    I knew you were going to say that! LOL. She is sizzling hot too!

    Dear Colson,

    I think he is not that extraordinary singer either. But he is attempting to do it. He is a much better drummer of course. I am giving him a full credit for launching this album.

    I bet the sixties was wild!! 😛

    Dear Sandy,

    Kind of remind me of you …

    Giddy Tiger,

    You didn’t comment on the violinist? 🙂


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