Lyrical Expressions

One of the happiest most carefree ditties in the Beatles’ catalogue is “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” despite the fact that the delightful tune is matched with lyrics telling the story of a serial killer. With that in mind. Artist Vexi sought...
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When Thai photographer and visual artist Jennel wanted to express the combination of sentiment and a positive perspective that John Lennon hoped to capture in “Strawberry Fields Forever," she sought to combine photography and photo manipulation into a burst of...
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Talented young artist Jacey Peake created an elaborate illustration out of the lyrics of one of the Beatles’ most mournful and plaintive story-songs to paint the picture of the central character of the song. “Eleanor Rigby” is a song about...
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“Dizzy Miss Lizzy” is one of only two Beatles songs on their 1965 album “Help” that were not written by John Lennon or Paul McCartney. The original 1958 early-rock single written and sung by Larry Williams but was a favorite...
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Marianne McCloskey wanted to lend a pop element to her interpretation of this early Beatles’ classic: “Whenever I would hear the song, I always pictured lips right up against someone’s ear, you know, primary school style…a little bit gossipy but...
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