He also wears sleeve guards, shoe covers, disposable gloves, and waterproof boots that match his apron. At times, he has to improvise. When creating crime scenes in his lab or working at bloody murder scenes " Seeing Red "Dexter wears disposable clothing. This includes coveralls with a hood, gloves, shoe covers sometimes, bootsface shields, masks, and goggles. It should be noted that some of these items are the same or similar to his Kill Attire.
One of Dexter's most important traits is his need for control - of himself and others. Despite frequently feeling You Got What It Takes - The Dave Clark Five - You Got What It Takes / Sitting Here Baby (Vinyl) urge to kill, Dexter displays an incredible amount of self-control.
In order to survive, it is vital that he restrain his dark urges and follow the rules of Code. Also, he is very organized in all areas of his life. He keeps his home clean and neat, writes meticulous lab reports, and carefully plans most of his kills.
Dexter admittedly calls himself a "control freak. Another trait of Dexter is his sense of superiority. Because he follows a code, he believes that he has higher moral values than the killers that he kills.
He justifies his actions as "taking out the trash. Dexter can be charming but he is a practiced liar and, in most cases, viewers should place more trust in his thoughts than in his words. Even Hannah called Dexter a "master manipulator. Often, he engages in pre-murder conversations with his victims. With them, he can share the truth about who he is and know that they'll take his secret to their watery graves.
Except for anger, Dexter's emotional responses are usually part of a well-rehearsed act. In Season Two, he tells James Doakes that he only has a "small conscience" and that his feelings can't be played on because he doesn't have any " There's Something About Harry ".
Dexter frequently references his internal feeling of emptiness. In his youth, You Got What It Takes - The Dave Clark Five - You Got What It Takes / Sitting Here Baby (Vinyl) lead to attempts to "feel alive.
As an adult, he enjoys the rush he feels when stalking, killing, and evading capture. For many years, Dexter lived alone, had no interest in romance, and thought it best to avoid sex. He had learned to be wary of intimacy because usually when a woman gets that close to him, she is scared off.
But he knew that he needs a relationship to help blend into society. So, for that reason, he starts to date Rita Bennett an abused woman. At first, he considers his relationship with Rita to be part of his "disguise. Dexter eventually marries Rita after she becomes pregnant with his son, Harrison In the novels, Dexter has a biological daughter, Lilyinstead of a son. In his narration, Dexter often refers to "humans" as if he is not one of them. But there are a chinks in Dexter's emotional armor.
He acknowledges loyalty to his family, particularly to his dead, adoptive father. In one episode, Dexter comically repeats in his head "I will not kill my sister" as she regularly leaves his apartment a mess while living with him. However, Dexter didn't allow his own brother, Brian, to harm Debra, as Dexter was "fond of her.
Although Dexter ruthlessly and ritualistically kills murderers with no remorse, he often wishes that he could just lead a normal life. His attempts to do this prove fruitless in the end. Am I good? I'm done asking those questions. I don't have the answers. Does anyone? Dexter is portrayed as highly intelligent, introspective, pragmatic, calculating, relentless, generally fearless, and a "master of compartmentalization.
On October 2, reported in an October 3, news articleLaura, her two sons, as well as three drug users were herded into a shipping container. The boys watched as their mother and the others were brutally murdered by chainsaw. Dexter and Brian sat in their blood for two days before they were rescued, and the traumatic event forever changed both of them. While Brian was institutionalized, Dexter was taken in by the Morgan family and legally adopted.
His adoptive family members are Debra sisterDoris mother and Harry the homicide detective who found him sitting in blood. Dexter grew up unaware of Brian's existence. Dexter's murderous urges took shape well before adolescence and it was his adoptive sister, Debrawho saw the signs first, but she didn't realize what it meant. Dexter had taken apart each of her dolls -- a harbinger of human dismemberment. One day, while on the family boat, Harry asked Dexter if he's "different.
Harry asked Dexter if he ever wanted to kill something bigger than a dog, like a person. Dexter admitted that he had, but no one in particular. When asked, "Why didn't you? When Dexter was years-old, Harry fell ill of coronary heart disease and was confined to a hospital. Harry soon realized that Nurse Marywas purposefully overdosing people. On the verge of death from Mary's actions, Harry gave Dexter his "permission" to kill her.
This would be Dexter's first human kill " Popping Cherry ". A year later, Harry walked in on Dexter dismembering Juan Ryness and he vomited. If I believed in Hell Dexter doesn't understand religion. He personally never believed in a higher power, apart from the guidance from his father, Harry Morgan. Throughout the seasons, he hinted at being atheist, although he had no problem with those who followed religion. In Season Sixhe clarified that his belief was mainly in science.
The season's focus on religion introduced him to various characters, from Brother Sam to Travis Marshall. After pressure from Angel and Debra, he decided to pass religious belief on to Harrison his son. Dexter's faith was tested on multiple occasions, yet he never called out to a spiritual deity for assistance.
He found his own way out of bad situations. The exception was when he was faced with a predicament that he couldn't fix alone--Harrison in surgery for a ruptured appendix. Twice during this situation, Dexter prayed to God. Deeply worried, he promised that he'd do anything if Harrison would be okay.
He wasn't sure if he really believed in a higher being but, for the moment, he just wanted his son to survive. After news of his son's successful recovery, he said "Thank God," which Brother Sam heard. Season Six events brought spirituality into Dexter's life.
Deciding that his son would benefit from a structured lifestyle, he enrolled Harrison in Catholic school. As Dexter sought to understand religious values, he encountered one who knew little Joe Walker ; one who was an obsessed End Times expert Professor James Gellar ; one, a killer, who was trapped between his beliefs and his own personality Travis Marshall ; and one who "found" God but was a normal, functional man Brother Sam.
You Got What It Takes - The Dave Clark Five - You Got What It Takes / Sitting Here Baby (Vinyl) the end, Dexter didn't believe in a high power. After Brother Sam's death, he claimed that religion was useless for his "dark passenger. And it's going to happen again, and again. It has to happen. Nice night.
Dexter's need to kill stems from an early life incident. At age three, he witnessed his mother's brutal murder by chainsaw inside a cargo container.
He was then left sitting in blood for two days. The traumatic incident caused something inside of Dexter to "change" and he was reborn as a killer. Dexter's urge to kill is strong and needs to be satisfied nearly monthly. He continually hunts for prey to place on his table. Then he takes his time to thoroughly enjoy his ritual. Roky Erickson, the legendary guitarist of the band suffered from paranoid schizophrenia, which caused his career to take many twists and turns.
Eventually he was able to get effective treatment and the band was able to reunite in Erickson passed away on May 31, The Beatles famously recorded this album in a rush. They had only four songs recorded by the time the deadline was nearing and had to record seven songs in one day — a process that took nine hours and 45 minutes.
Both mono and stereo versions are rare and valuable, but the stereo version fetches the highest price. The original UK version of the album featured a graphic of a white speaker with soundwaves emanating from it, set on a bright orange background.
The cover design was scrapped, replaced by the photograph of a loudspeaker in the middle of a desert that new wave fans are familiar with, but not before a few were printed with the old design. It goes without saying that these copies are extremely rare. There were only 16 copies of the second pressing of this compilation album. As you might expect, this led to a tense legal battle that lasted several months.
By the time Elvis Presley made Speedwayhe was nearing the end of his acting career. The film was not well received by critics or at the box office. Rumor has it that only copies were printed. The agent assigned his case is played by none other than the beautiful starlet Nancy Sinatra, and the pair quickly fall for each other. When it became clear that Capitol and EMI wanted no part of the record, which featured an overdub of philharmonic strings done by George Harrison himself, the Beatles decided to put it out themselves.
The record was later given a proper release innearly half a century after it was recorded. They can go for up to 5 grand. Bernie Taupin, who collaborated with John on many of his biggest hits was credited for penning the lyrics, though Elton John would later admit that John had written the song by himself. He gave Bernie the credit to help him get his first publishing royalties.
If you think you may have a copy lying around somewhere, now would be the time to start digging. Though met with critical acclaim, neither the single or the LP sold particularly well at first. Did you think classical music would be left off of this list? Record companies would often enlist the help of relatively unknown artists to provide the album art for their classical and jazz releases. This particular album cover was drawn by a certain starving artist that was destined for stardom.
His name? Andy Warhol. There are only seven known copies of this record in existence. Half soundtrack, half dialogue recording, this record was scrapped when Herman Wouk, writer of the novel on which the critically-acclaimed film was based, threatened to never allow the studio to use his work ever again if they released the album.
Wouk was furious at what he saw as blatant theft of his intellectual property, since the B-side of the record was a recording of the climactic courtroom scene, lifted verbatim from his novel. Columbia agreed to halt the release of the album and destroy all copies. A few employees filched some copies before they were demolished — there are rumored to be close to a dozen that survived.
There were 25, copies of this single pressed. In a story that since become punk legend, the Sex Pistols terrorized their label so badly that they were dropped six days after signing the record contract in a publicized ceremony in front of Buckingham Palace. The very limited Australian edition on translucent vinyl is said to only have 50 of its kind — though only a small handful have surfaced over the years. The song references the assassination of Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement, but Bono says he could have better fleshed out the lyrics.
According to him, the Edge and producer Brian Eno convinced him that keeping the lyrics vague would allow the song to resonate deeper with non-English speakers. Rumor has it that Olivia Newton-John hated the way she looked in the picture printed on the front of the disc so much that she had the record company stop the pressing.
With Starr on drums and McCartney and his wife, Lindacontributing backing vocals, the song was released as a single in May Inthe Beatles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fametheir first year of eligibility. Live at the BBCthe first You Got What It Takes - The Dave Clark Five - You Got What It Takes / Sitting Here Baby (Vinyl) release of unissued Beatles performances in seventeen years, appeared in Anthology was the culmination of work begun inwhen Apple Corps director Neil Aspinalltheir former road manager and personal assistant, had started to gather material for a documentary with the working title The Long and Winding Road.
McCartney, Harrison and Starr also added new instrumental and vocal parts to songs recorded as demos by Lennon in the late s. The releases were commercially successful and the television series was viewed by an estimated million people. The Beatles' 1a compilation album of the band's British and American number-one hits, was released on 13 November It became the fastest-selling album of all time, with 3.
Harrison died from metastatic lung cancer in November The tribute event took place at the Royal Albert Hall on the first anniversary of Harrison's death. InLet It Be Nakeda reconceived version of the Let It Be album, with McCartney supervising production, was released. One of the main differences from the Spector-produced version was the omission of the original string arrangements. The US album configurations from to were released as box sets in and ; The Capitol Albums, Volume 1 and Volume 2 included both stereo and mono versions based on the mixes that were prepared for vinyl at the time of the music's original American release.
As a soundtrack for Cirque du Soleil 's Las Vegas Beatles stage revue, LoveGeorge Martin and his son Giles remixed and blended of the band's recordings to create what Martin called "a way of re-living the whole Beatles musical lifespan in a very condensed period". On 9 Septemberthe Beatles' entire back catalogue was reissued following an extensive digital remastering process that lasted four years.
Owing to a long-running royalty disagreement, the Beatles were among the last major artists to sign deals with online music services. Universal was allowed to keep the Beatles' recorded music catalogue, managed by Capitol Records under its Capitol Music Group division. That December saw the release of another 59 Beatles recordings on iTunes. The set, titled The Beatles Bootleg Recordingshad the opportunity to gain a year copyright extension conditional on the songs being published at least once before the end of Apple Records released the recordings on 17 December to prevent them from going into the public domain and had them taken down from iTunes later that same day.
Fan reactions to the release were mixed, with one blogger saying "the hardcore Beatles collectors who are trying to obtain everything will already have these. It aired on 9 February, the exact date of — and at the same time, and on the same network as — the original broadcast of the Beatles' first US television appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show50 years earlier. The special included performances of Beatles songs by current artists as well as by McCartney and Starr, archival footage, and interviews with the two surviving ex-Beatles carried out by David Letterman at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Directed by Ron Howardit chronicled the Beatles' career during their touring years from tofrom their performances in Liverpool's the Cavern Club in to their final concert in San Francisco in A week later, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was reissued with new stereo mixes and unreleased material for the album's 50th anniversary. The Beatles broke their own record for the album with the longest gap between topping the charts as Abbey Road hit the top spot 50 years after its original release.
Additionally, a book also titled The Beatles: Get Back will release in Octoberahead of the documentary. In their initial incarnation as cheerful, wisecracking moptops, the Fab Four revolutionised the sound, style, and attitude of popular music and opened rock and roll's doors to a tidal wave of British rock acts.
Their initial impact would have been enough to establish the Beatles as one of their era's most influential cultural forces, but they didn't stop there. The band's increasingly sophisticated experimentation encompassed a variety of genres, including folk-rockcountrypsychedeliaand baroque popwithout sacrificing the effortless mass appeal of their early work. In The Beatles as MusiciansWalter Everett describes Lennon and McCartney's contrasting motivations and approaches to composition: "McCartney may be said to have constantly developed — as a means to entertain — a focused musical talent with an ear for counterpoint and other aspects of craft in the demonstration of a universally agreed-upon common language that he did much to enrich.
Conversely, Lennon's mature music is best appreciated as the daring product of a largely unconscious, searching but undisciplined artistic sensibility. Ian MacDonald describes McCartney as "a natural melodist — a creator of tunes capable of existing apart from their harmony".
His melody lines are characterised as primarily "vertical", employing wide, consonant intervals which express his "extrovert energy and optimism". Conversely, Lennon's "sedentary, ironic personality" is reflected in a "horizontal" approach featuring minimal, dissonant intervals and repetitive melodies which rely on their harmonic accompaniment for interest: "Basically a realist, he instinctively kept his melodies close to the rhythms and cadences of speech, colouring his lyrics with bluesy tone and harmony rather than creating tunes that made striking shapes of their own.
If there hadn't been Elvis, there would not have been the Beatles. The Beatles continued to absorb influences long after their initial success, often finding new musical and lyrical avenues by listening to their contemporaries, including Bob Dylanthe WhoFrank Zappathe Lovin' Spoonfulthe Byrds and the Beach Boyswhose album Pet Sounds amazed and inspired McCartney. Originating as a skiffle group, the Beatles quickly embraced s rock and roll and helped pioneer the Merseybeat genre,  and their repertoire ultimately expanded to include a broad variety of pop music.
Although the song "Yesterday" was not the first pop record to employ orchestral strings, it marked the group's first recorded use of classical music elements. Gould observes: "The more traditional sound of strings allowed for a fresh appreciation of their talent as composers by listeners who were otherwise allergic to the din of drums and electric guitars.
The band's stylistic range expanded in another direction with their B-side "Rain", described by Martin Strong as "the first overtly psychedelic Beatles record".
Innovation was the most striking feature of their creative evolution, according to music historian and pianist Michael Campbell: "'A Day in the Life' encapsulates the art and achievement of the Beatles as well as any single track can. It highlights key features of their music: the sound imagination, the persistence of tuneful melody, and the close coordination between words and music.
It represents a new category of song — more sophisticated than pop There literally had never before been a song — classical or vernacular — that had blended so many disparate elements so imaginatively. Author Dominic Pedler describes the way they crossed musical styles: "Far from moving sequentially from one genre to another as is sometimes conveniently suggested the group maintained in parallel their mastery of the traditional, catchy chart hit while simultaneously forging rock and dabbling with a wide range of peripheral influences from country to vaudeville.
One of these threads was their take on folk music, which would form such essential groundwork for their later collisions with Indian music and philosophy. George Martin 's close involvement in his role as producer made him one of the leading candidates for the informal title of the " fifth Beatle ".
Collaborating with Lennon and McCartney required Martin to adapt to their different approaches to songwriting and recording. MacDonald comments, "while [he] worked more naturally with the conventionally articulate McCartney, the challenge of catering to Lennon's intuitive approach generally spurred him to his more original arrangements, of which ' Being for the Benefit of Mr.
Compared with Paul's songs, all of which seemed to keep in some sort of touch with reality, John's had a psychedelic, almost mystical quality John's imagery is one of the best things about his work — 'tangerine trees', 'marmalade skies', 'cellophane flowers' On the other hand, I would be stupid to pretend that drugs didn't figure quite heavily in the Beatles' lives at that time Not only was I not into it myself, I couldn't see the need for it; and there's no doubt that, if I too had been on dope, Pepper would never have been the album it was.
Perhaps it was the combination of dope and no dope that worked, who knows? Harrison echoed Martin's description of his stabilising role: "I think we just grew through those years together, him as the straight man and us as the loonies; but he was always there for us to interpret our madness — we used to be slightly avant-garde on certain days of the week, and he would be there as the anchor person, to communicate that through the engineers and on to the tape.
Making innovative use of technology while expanding the possibilities of recorded music, the Beatles urged experimentation by Martin and his recording engineers.
Seeking ways to put chance occurrences to creative use, accidental guitar feedback, a resonating glass bottle, a tape loaded the wrong way round so that it played backwards — any of these might be incorporated into their music.
Along with innovative studio techniques such as sound effectsunconventional microphone placements, tape loops, double tracking and vari-speed recording, the Beatles augmented their songs with instruments that were unconventional in rock music at the time.
These included string and brass ensembles as well as Indian instruments such as the sitar in "Norwegian Wood" and the swarmandal in "Strawberry Fields Forever". Former Rolling Stone You Got What It Takes - The Dave Clark Five - You Got What It Takes / Sitting Here Baby (Vinyl) editor Robert Greenfield compared the Beatles to Picassoas "artists who broke through the constraints of their time period to come up with something that was unique and original The Beatles' arrival in the US is credited with initiating the album era ;  the music historian Joel Whitburn says that LP sales soon "exploded and eventually outpaced the sales and releases of singles" in the music industry.
Their musical innovations and commercial success inspired musicians worldwide. According to Gould, the Beatles changed the way people listened to popular music and experienced its role in their lives. From what began as the Beatlemania fad, the group's popularity grew into what was seen as an embodiment of sociocultural movements of the decade. As icons of the s countercultureGould continues, they became a catalyst for bohemianism and activism in various social and political arenas, fuelling movements such as women's liberationgay liberation and environmentalism.
Other commentators such as Mikal Gilmore and Todd Leopold have traced the inception of their socio-cultural impact earlier, interpreting even the Beatlemania period, particularly on their first visit to the US, as a key moment in the development of generational awareness.
The Beatles were like aliens dropped into the United States of Elvis Presley had shown us how rebellion could be fashioned into eye-opening style; the Beatles were showing us how style could have the impact of cultural revelation — or at least how a pop vision might be forged into an unimpeachable consensus.
Established inGlobal Beatles Day is an annual holiday on 25 June each year that honours and celebrates the ideals of the Beatles.
The best-selling band in history, the Beatles have sold more than million units as of [update]. This date has direct relation to the opening of The Cavern Club in Inthe Beatles became the first band to feature on a series of UK postage stamps issued by the Royal Mail.
The Beatles have a core catalogue consisting of 13 studio albums and one compilation. Throughthe Beatles' catalogue was published almost exclusively by Northern Songs Ltda company formed in February by music publisher Dick James specifically for Lennon and McCartney, though it later acquired songs by other artists.
Five million shares were created, of which the original principals retained 3. James and Silver each receivedshares Of the 1. Harrison created Harrisongs to represent his Beatles compositions, but signed a three-year contract with Northern Songs that gave it the copyright to his work through Marchwhich included " Taxman " and " Within You Without You ". The acquisition gave him control over the publishing rights to more than Beatles songs, as well as 40, other copyrights.
The merger made the new company, then valued at over half a billion dollars, the third-largest music publisher in the world. Under US copyright law, for works published before the author can reclaim copyrights assigned to a publisher after 56 years. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Sample of " She Loves You ". The song's repeated use of "yeah" exclamations became a signature phrase for the group at the time. Sample of "Norwegian Wood" from Rubber Soul Harrison's use of a sitar on this song is representative of the Beatles' incorporation of unconventional instrumentation into rock music.
Sample of " Eleanor Rigby " from Revolver The album involves innovative compositional approaches, arrangements and recording techniques. This song, primarily written by McCartney, prominently features classical strings in a novel fusion of musical styles.
See also: Break-up of the Beatles. See also: Collaborations between ex-Beatles. Lennon in and McCartney in See also: Lennon—McCartney. See also: Recording practices of the Beatles. Main article: Cultural impact of the Beatles. The Beatles Monument in AlmatyKazakhstan. The Beatles statue at Pier Head in their home city Liverpool.
Abbey Road crossing in London is a popular destination for Beatles fans. In December it was given grade II listed status for its "cultural and historical importance"; the Abbey Road studios themselves had been given similar status earlier in the year. See also: List of awards and nominations received by the Beatles. Further information: List of members of bands featuring members of the Beatles. Principal members John Lennon — vocals, guitars, keyboards, harmonica, bass — Paul McCartney — vocals, bass, guitars, keyboards, drums — George Harrison — guitars, vocals, sitar, keyboards, bass — Ringo Starr — drums, percussion, vocals — Early members Pete Best — drums, vocals — Stuart Sutcliffe — bass, vocals — Chas Newby — bass — Norman Chapman — drums Tommy Moore — drums Touring musician Jimmie Nicol — drums Main article: The Beatles discography.
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You put your own meaning at your own level to our songs. It was speculated that he was concerned that the band might not renew his management contract, due to expire in October, over discontent with his supervision of business matters, particularly regarding Seltaebthe company that handled their US merchandising rights.
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