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List of songs from across the universe? Topic: Writing a history paper abstract
July 17, 2019 / By Jacklyn
Question: can anyone give me a list of the songs, but in order? or, tell me the song that was playing right before the funeral. please and thanks [=
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"Across the Universe" is a song by The Beatles that first appeared on a charity release in December 1969, and later, in modified form, on their final album, Let It Be. The song features John Lennon singing lead, who was also the primary composer (though, as with all Beatles songs written by either composer, the song is credited to Lennon/McCartney). * 1 Composition * 2 The recording and version history * 3 Cover versions * 4 References Composition One night in 1967, the phrase "words are flowing out like endless rain into a paper cup" came to Lennon after hearing his then-wife Cynthia, according to Lennon, "going on and on about something". Later, after "she'd gone to sleep-- and I kept hearing these words over and over, flowing like an endless stream", Lennon "went downstairs and it turned into sort of a cosmic song". He began to write the rest of the lyrics and when he was done, he went to bed and forgot about them. In the morning, Lennon found the paper on which he had written the lyrics and brought them down to his piano, where he began to play chords, and find pitches to match the words. The flavor of the song was heavily influenced by Lennon's and The Beatles' short-lived interest in Transcendental Meditation in late 1967–early 1968, when the song was composed. Based on this he added the mantra "Jai guru deva om" to the piece, which served as a link between the bridge and verse. The structure of the lyrics is straightforward: three repetitions of a unit consisting of a verse, the line "Jai guru deva om", and the line "Nothing's gonna change my world" repeated four times. The lyrics are highly image-based, with abstract concepts reified with phrases like thoughts "meandering", words "slithering", and undying love "shining". The title phrase "across the universe" appears at intervals to finish lines, although interestingly it never cadences, always appearing as a rising figure, melodically unresolved. In his 1970 interview with Rolling Stone Magazine, Lennon referred to the song as perhaps the best, most poetic lyric he ever wrote. The recording and version history In February 1968, The Beatles convened at the EMI Abbey Road studios to record a single for release during their absence on their forthcoming trip to India. Paul McCartney had written "Lady Madonna" and John "Across the Universe". Both tracks were recorded along with George's "The Inner Light" and Lennon's "Hey Bulldog" between the 3rd and 11th of February. Whilst the basic track was successfully recorded on the 4 February, Lennon wasn't satisfied with the feel of the track. Several innovations were tried, including blowing through comb onto paper and humming to add texture to the track, and the addition of a pedal guitar and tambora. In the end, according to Lennon, McCartney convinced John to call in the services of Lizzie Bravo and Gayleen Pease, two of the so-called Apple scruffs (the female fans who collected outside the studio) to add harmony vocals. Lennon later cited this as evidence of McCartney's "[s]ubconscious sabotage" of Lennon's compositions, saying Paul would have used professional session singers if it was McCartney's own work. The track was mixed to mono and put aside as the group had decided to release "Lady Madonna" and "The Inner Light" as the single. On their return from India the group set about recording the many songs they had written there, and "Across the Universe" remained on the shelf. In the autumn of 1968 The Beatles seriously considered releasing an EP including most of the songs for the Yellow Submarine album including "Across the Universe" and went as far as having the EP mastered. However, the recent trip to India had soured Lennon on transcendental meditation and eastern spiritualism and the song's mantra-type refrain already seemed outdated; his White Album contributions were much more angry and hard-edged. During the February 1968 recording sessions, Spike Milligan dropped into the studio and on hearing the song suggested the track would be ideal for release on a charity album he was organising for the World Wildlife Fund. At some point in 1968 The Beatles agreed to this proposal, and track was mixed into stereo for the first time by George Martin. The original mix (mono and stereo) is 3:37. For the 'wildlife' album it was deemed appropriate to add sound effects of birds at the beginning and end of the track. After the effects were added the track was sped up; so that even with 20 seconds of effects the track is only 3:49. The song was first released in this version on the Regal Starline SRS 5013 album No One's Gonna Change Our World, in December 1969. Though never satisfied with the recording, Lennon was still attached to the song, and played it during the Get Back/Let It Be album sessions of January 1969; footage of John playing the song appeared in the Let It Be movie. Bootleg recordings from the sessions include a full group performance of the song, with Lennon/McCartney harmonies on the chorus. To ensure the album tied in with the film it was decided the song must be included on what by January 1970 had become the Let It Be album. Also, Lennon's contributions to the sessions were sparse, and this unreleased piece was seen as a way to fill the gap. Glyn Johns remixed the February recording giving it an acoustic treatment and restoring the correct speed. However, as neither of the Glyn Johns Get Back albums were officially released, the version most people are familiar with came from Phil Spector. In line with the treatment of several tracks, Spector slowed the track to 3:47, and added full orchestra and chorus backing to the February 1968 master. An unreleased February 1968 alternative take of the song (recorded before the master), sans heavy production, appeared on Anthology 2 in 1996. This is often referred to as the "psychedelic" recording, due to the strong Indian tabla sound, and illustrates the band's original uncertainty over the best treatment for the song. The February 1968 master was remixed again for inclusion on Let It Be... Naked in 2003, at the correct speed but stripped of most of the instrumentation. Cover versions The song has been covered by many artists, including: * 10cc * Áine Minogue * Ariane Moffatt, during a live concert * Chanel Cole on the Final 6 Beatle themed night on Australian Idol Season 2 (2004) * The Curtain Society * Cyndi Lauper * David Bowie, on his album Young Americans, singing alongside John Lennon * Element of Crime, during a live concert in Cologne * Feldspar, from the Tribute album "Cape Cod Covers, Vol 2 "The Beatles"" (2007) * Fiona Apple, featured in the film Pleasantville (a music video clip on youtube) * The Format * Grant-Lee Phillips * Jeff Ball (singer) * Jim Sturgess, for the film Across the Universe * The John Butler Trio * Kevin Max's "Her Game" from his debut album, Stereotype Be, has vocals that are structured the same as Lennon's. * Laibach featuring Anja Rupel, on the Labiach's cover album Let It Be * Lana Lane * Phish * Pink Floyd included a homage to the song in their acclaimed "Echoes": the phrase "inviting and inciting" is directly lifted from "Across the Universe," as well as some of the vocal melody. Roger Waters also recorded a cover of the song, and some of the wildlife noises appear in the Waters-penned Pink Floyd song "Grantchester Meadows". * Robyn Hitchcock * Rufus Wainwright, featured in the film I Am Sam and as a bonus track on his CD Poses * Selway, from the Tribute album "Beatles Regrooved" (2005) * Sean Lennon played this with Moby and Rufus Wainwright at a 2001 John Lennon tribute at Radio City Music Hall. * The String Cheese Incident * Texas, as a B-side to their 2001 single, "Inner Smile" * Verdena featuring Manuel Agnelli * Another version was performed by a number of artists, including Billie Joe Armstrong, Bono, Steven Tyler, Brian Wilson, Tim McGraw, Scott Weiland, Alicia Keys, Alison Krauss, Norah Jones, and Stevie Wonder, backed by members of Velvet Revolver, at the 2004 Grammy Awards ceremony in February 2005. The following week, a recording of the performance was released exclusively for purchase through the iTunes Music Store. All proceeds from its sale go to funds for victims of the 26 December 2004 Tsunami. Sales from the benefit release made it the fastest-selling download in iTunes history and allowed the song to peak at #22 on the Billboard singles chart. This version has a lyric change: "Nothing's gonna change my world" was changed to "Something's gonna change my world." * Another Year Colder, Texas Progressive/Pop band, has covered the song in several of their acoustic shows
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Em Originally Answered: From looking at this list, what other songs would I like?
OMG! the numbers on your list: #s 1,4,6,8,and 9 are my chemical romance. listen to Helena, Ghost Of You, Honey This Mirror Isn't Big Enough For The Two Of Us, Famous Last Words, Teenagers, Mama, etc. all by MCR! YOU ROCK!!! also listen to stuff by the used and taking back sunday. and i write sins not tradgedies and other panic! at the disco songs. check out fall out boy stuff too.
Em Originally Answered: From looking at this list, what other songs would I like?
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"Girl" Performed by Jim Sturgess "Helter Skelter" Performed by Dana Fuchs (reprised later in the film, during the "Across The Universe" sequence) "Hold Me Tight" Performed by Evan Rachel Wood, Lisa Hogg and Jim Sturgess "All My Loving" Performed by Jim Sturgess "I Want to Hold Your Hand" Performed by T.V. Carpio "With a Little Help from My Friends" Performed by Joe Anderson, Jim Sturgess and "Dorm Buddies" "It Won't Be Long" Performed by Evan Rachel Wood "I've Just Seen a Face" Performed by Jim Sturgess "Let It Be" Performed by Carol Woods and Timothy T. Mitchum "Come Together" Performed by Joe Cocker and Martin Luther McCoy "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?" Performed by Dana Fuchs "If I Fell" Performed by Evan Rachel Wood "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" Performed by Joe Anderson, "Soldiers", Dana Fuchs and T.V. Carpio "Dear Prudence" Performed by Dana Fuchs, Jim Sturgess, Evan Rachel Wood and Joe Anderson "Flying" Performed by The Secret Machines (performers not seen on-screen) "Blue Jay Way" Performed by The Secret Machines (performers not seen on-screen) "I Am the Walrus" Performed by Bono (accompanied by the Secret Machines) "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!" Performed by Eddie Izzard "Because" Performed by Evan Rachel Wood, Jim Sturgess, Joe Anderson, Dana Fuchs, T. V. Carpio and Martin Luther McCoy "Something" Performed by Jim Sturgess "Oh! Darling" Performed by Dana Fuchs and Martin Luther McCoy "Strawberry Fields Forever" Performed by Jim Sturgess and Joe Anderson "Revolution" Performed by Jim Sturgess "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" Performed by Martin Luther McCoy (joined by Jim Sturgess for one verse) "Across the Universe" Performed by Jim Sturgess "Happiness Is a Warm Gun" Performed by Joe Anderson and Salma Hayek "A Day in the Life" Performed by Jeff Beck (brief instrumental extract) "Blackbird" Performed by Evan Rachel Wood "Hey Jude" Performed by Joe Anderson (joined by Angela Mounsey for one verse) "Don't Let Me Down" Performed by Dana Fuchs and Martin Luther McCoy "All You Need is Love" Performed by Jim Sturgess, Dana Fuchs, T.V. Carpio and Martin Luther McCoy "She Loves You" Performed by Joe Anderson (brief rendition sung during the last part of the "All You Need Is Love" sequence) "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" Performed by Bono (with backing vocals by The Edge. This song is played over the end credits. Performance not seen on-screen) ***Helter Skelter is performed twice
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