Star trek tribute to the beatles abbey road shirt, unisex long sleeve
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
If you weren’t born yet to witness this you have no idea how this changed everything! I saw “Hard Day’s Night” in 1964 in the Laurelton Theater. Star trek tribute to the beatles abbey road The girls screamed so loud you couldn’t hear the music…and it was a movie.
Star trek tribute to the beatles abbey road tee
i went to see A Hard Days Night with two neighbor girls also my age and you’re correct. The screaming was so loud that when I saw this B & W film years later on TV, it was almost like seeing (or more appropriately, hearing) it for the first time! What a spectacular, unbelievable era it was in the western hemisphere! Star trek tribute to the beatles abbey road Was in FL when they arrived in the US. Yes, saw them getting off the plane. At least in the 50’s and 60’s the words were audible and clean.
Been privileged to experience two phenomenal musical happenings in my lifetime. The first was Elvis. Then, 8 years later, it was The Beatles. Together, the two greatest music acts and cultural forces in history. How young and fresh faced the Beatles looked then. And how we loved them. Every teenaged girl, me included, just adored them and their music.
I was a freshman in high school and the 60s were and still is the greatest decade (for me at least), it was just alive with so much going on and it will never happen again We are so lucky in our ‘dotage’ thanks to technology, at least we have the luxury of re-living our teenage years through the endearing music of our age. We can watch, listen and reminisce every day, to the very best music and singers, and wallow in nostalgia to our heart’s content, a privilege not afforded to previous generations. I remember when I first became a huge fan of the Beatles my father on hearing them for the first time said to me, “That’s not music, that’s just noise. I don’t like Elvis, but I’d sooner listen to him than that rubbish! They won’t last. In a couple of years nobody will remember them and people will be saying, “The Beatles?? Who are they?” O Oh, how wrong could anyone have been, Dad??!! More than 50 years later and their songs are still loved worldwide and I’m still as much a fan as I ever was!