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Polythene Pam - The Beatles - Abbey Road (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Vigar says:
    Editors’ Notes Abbey Road uses a "less is more" approach to production throughout, giving "Come Together" a controlled intensity while the raw sound of Paul's voice on "Oh! Darling" is one of the album's highlights. The sound of a whole band working together flawlessly is heard most notably in the 8-title dramatic medley that made up the second side of the vinyl; finishing fittingly with.
  2. Jusida says:
    Jan 28,  · Sun king/Mean Mr Mustard/Polythene Pam/She came in through the bathroom window - GRASS PENDULUM - Duration: AREA51CCR , views.
  3. Zuramar says:
    Jan 29,  · “Polythene Pam” is a Beatles’ song on their Abbey Road album from , of course. Indeed it is the 4th part of the long medley on side 2. In brief, the singing is in the form of a Liverpool accent (Scouse). Moreover, it is an unflattering poke at a Liverpool lass or lasses from their gigging days in the Cavern Club and around Merseyside.
  4. Daikus says:
    Until recently, the only thing I knew about The Beatles' "Abbey Road" was the goofy album cover where all four band members are crossing the street. Now I consider it one of the best, most innovative rock 'n' roll albums ever released. And I mean innovative and fresh by /5(3).
  5. Moogurr says:
    (October ) " Polythene Pam " is a song written by John Lennon, credited to Lennon–McCartney, and performed by the Beatles on their album Abbey Road. The song is the part of the B-side medley in which Lennon declares that the title heroine "is so good looking but she looks like a man."Genre: Rock.
  6. Mizahn says:
    "Polythene Pam" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their album Abbey Road. Written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney, it is the fourth song of the album's climactic side-two medley. The Beatles recorded the track in July as a continuous piece with "She Came In Through the Bathroom Window", which follows it in the medley. "Polythene Pam" Cover of the song's .
  7. Zuluzuru says:
    13 hours ago · Recorded in England. This version was pressed by Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton PA which can be identified by their triangular stamp in runouts that has the letters I above AM inside it. Has "Mfd. by Apple Records, Inc." at bottom of B /5().
  8. Vusar says:
    Album: Abbey Road () Get the Sheet Music License This Song  Polythene is a British term for polyethylene, a plastic polymer used in containers, insulation, and packaging. Written by John Lennon, this song has a rather strange background, and fortunately our Beatles expert Pattie Noah has sorted it .
  9. Vogul says:
    The third and final Anthology album, Anthology 3 was welcomed. Alternate tracks from The White Album, Let It Be, and Abbey Road. I especially like Paul's demo of Come and Get It, and John's "Let it Be session" revisit of Aint She Sweet, nearly 10 years after the original MGM release.

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