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The Beatles performed the song over a pre-recorded backing track as Britain's contribution to Our World , the first live global television link. Watched by over million in 25 countries, the programme was broadcast via satellite on 25 June It also appears in a sequence in the Beatles' animated film Yellow Submarine and on the accompanying soundtrack album. For Our World , the Beatles were asked to provide a song with a message that could be easily understood by everyone. The nice thing about it is that it cannot be misinterpreted.
It is a clear message saying that love is everything. My art is dedicated to change. But I've got a feeling it was just one of John's songs that was coming anyway. The song starts with the intro to the French national anthem, " La Marseillaise ", and contains elements from Glenn Miller 's hit " In the Mood ", as well as elements from Wayne Shanklin 's hit " Chanson D'Amour ".
The chorus, however, maintains a steady 4 4 beat with the exception of the last bar of 6 4 on the lyric "love is all you need". The prominent cello line draws attention to this departure from pop-single normality, although it was not the first time that the Beatles had experimented with varied metre within a single song: Supporting the same melody note with different and unexpected chords has been termed a characteristic Beatles technique.
The song's use of quotations from other musical works follows an approach adopted by the Beatles in Harrison's composition " It's All Too Much ",  which similarly reflects the ideology behind the hippie movement during the Summer of Love. Like musicologist Alan Pollack , Kenneth Womack views the "She Loves You" refrain as serving a similar purpose to the wax models of the Beatles depicted on the cover of Sgt. Pepper , beside the real-life band members, and therefore a further example of the group distancing themselves from their past.
The Beatles began recording the backing track for the song at Olympic Sound Studios in south-west London on 14 June The lineup was Lennon on harpsichord , McCartney on double bass , Harrison on violin — three instruments that were unfamiliar to the musicians  — while Starr played drums. The band recorded 33 takes, before choosing the tenth take as the best.
Over the following days, they recorded overdubs including vocals, piano played by Martin , banjo, guitar and orchestral parts. Martin and engineer Geoff Emerick were drinking scotch whisky to calm their nerves for the task of mixing the audio for a live worldwide broadcast, and had to scramble the bottle and glasses beneath the mixing desk when they were told they were about to go on air. The Beatles except for Starr, behind his drum kit were seated on high stools, accompanied by a thirteen-piece orchestra.
The band were surrounded by friends and acquaintances seated on the floor, who sang along with the refrain during the fade-out. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The Beatles and their entourage were dressed in psychedelic clothes and scarves; in his report on the performance, Barry Miles likened the setting to a medieval gathering, broken only by the presence of modern studio equipment such as large headphones and microphones.
Pepper had showed the Beatles as artists and "serious musicians", the broadcast emphasised their identity as members of the hippie counterculture. The segment opened with the band simulating a rehearsal for about a minute, before Martin suggested that the orchestral musicians should take their places for the recording as the tape was rewound. In addition to the lead and backing vocals and the orchestra, the live recorded elements were McCartney's bass guitar part, Harrison's guitar solo and Starr's drums.
Lennon, affecting indifference, was said to be nervous about the broadcast, given the potential size of the international TV audience. Dissatisfied with his singing, he rerecorded the solo verses for use on the single.
The programme was shown in black-and-white since colour television had yet to commence broadcasting in Britain and most of the world. The Beatles' footage was colourised, based on photographs of the event, for the documentary The Beatles Anthology. The day before the Our World broadcast, the Beatles decided that the song should be their next single.
According to author Jonathan Gould, the Beatles "bask[ed] in the glow of their artistic achievements" while enjoying their first summer free of tour commitments,  having quit performing concerts the previous year.
After sailing around the Aegean Sea and approving a location on the island of Leslo,  the Beatles decided against the idea and returned to London. Writing in , Peter Doggett said that the Beatles' performance on Our World "remains one of the strongest visual impressions of the summer of love";  Womack describes it as "flower power's finest moment". In his commentary for the magazine, producer and musician Dave Stewart admired the track's "jumbled-up mix of music — marching band and rock'n'roll" and recalled the Beatles' Our World appearance as "a signal for those [of us] who felt we were trapped in a mental hospital in some suburban town to break out".
In a article on the musical and societal developments of , sociomusicologist Simon Frith described "All You Need Is Love" as a "genuinely moving song" and said that, further to the impact of Sgt. Pepper , the international broadcast confirmed "the Beatles' evangelical role" in a year when "it seemed the whole world was waiting for something new, and the power of music was beyond doubt.
Pepper , highlighted the ideological gulf between the predominantly white hippie movement and the increasingly political ghetto culture in the United States.
He says that the song was "selling peace" on a program that aimed to foster international understanding in a climate of Cold War hostility, the Vietnam War and revolutionary unrest in the Third World.
In the decades following the release of "All You Need Is Love", Beatles biographers and music journalists have criticised the lyrics as naive and simplistic and detected a smugness in the message; the song's musical content has also been dismissed as unimaginative. During the materialistic Eighties, this song's title was the butt of cynics, there being, obviously, any number of additional things needed to sustain life on earth.
It should, perhaps, be pointed out that this record was not conceived as a blueprint for a successful career. In the idealistic perspective of — the polar opposite of — its title makes perfect sense. Pepper and the Summer of Love, several of the interviewees were asked whether they still believed that "Love is all you need". But … love is complete knowledge. If we all had total knowledge, then we would have complete love and, on that basis, everything is taken care of. It's a law of nature.
In , George Vaillant, the chief investigator of the Grant Study , which tracked Harvard undergraduates for a period of 80 years with the goal of finding what factors led to happiness, stated that its findings could be summarized as "Happiness is love.
All You Need is Love. According to Ian MacDonald: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Beatles song. There was a tremendous feeling that [the Beatles] really did believe all this, and they'd very consciously written an anthemic piece that could be understood worldwide. This was the first time TV had been beamed to so many countries, and obviously most of the listeners wouldn't be English speakers. They wrote something really, really basic, and yet still got the countercultural message across.
Maybe in the Sixties we were naive and like children and later everyone went back to their rooms and said, "We didn't get a wonderful world of flowers and peace. The thing the Sixties did was show us the possibility and the responsibility we all had.
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Using rhythmic prose and clever dialogue, Pollack draws us into a cracked and twisted world through the eyes of his protagonists Grant and Nina. Set in current day Sydney the book is an emotional rollercoaster filled with twists and turns as it explores ugly and beautiful sides of love and human nature. A beautifully written and moving story.
Jul 02, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoyed this book. I thought that it was a cute little contemporary that is perfect for summer. The characters were mostly very developed, although some were possible lacking depth.
The writing style was good- it wasn't too strenuous to read and flowed well. Overall, I thought that the book was really good. Mar 06, Mike rated it liked it. A whirlwind day of ups and downs, plus plenty of purposefully cheesy jokes and Beatles song references. It is a quick read and worth it. While the book jacket referenced the Before Sunrise movie series, this book is less philosophical on relationships, writing and music, and instead a back and forth between strangers getting to know each other.
Jun 27, Cheyenne rated it did not like it. Thank you to the author, Nick Pollack, for providing me with a copy in exchange for my honest review. This novel was written in a style of writing that I just could not grasp ahold of and connect with. The story was written using mostly choppy dialogue that made it hard to decipher between which characters were presently speaking. This made the read hard to comprehend and I found myself constantly going back to figure out what was going on within the story and when the setting and characters spea Thank you to the author, Nick Pollack, for providing me with a copy in exchange for my honest review.
This made the read hard to comprehend and I found myself constantly going back to figure out what was going on within the story and when the setting and characters speaking had changed. I'll just wait downstairs' 'Good. I'll just be waiting down at the bottom of the stairs. Yes there's a good lad. Those ones just over there. Down, not up mind you, downstairs. So you know where to find me? Grant, do you think I should maybe draw you a map of where I'll be?
How about I come in and draw you a map? I'll be up soon. Here is just one case of the awkward back and forth banter between the two characters where you really cannot see who is talking until Nina says Grants name halfway through dialogue.
I never felt a real connection to either Nina or Grant, they both were supposed to be in their twenties but they acted childish and it felt like they were maybe thirteen. Nina was reckless, she was constantly getting herself and Grant into trouble. They ran from the police countless times and she just had no sense of self control when it comes to being logical.
Grant had his issues as well. I felt like he was whiny and always wallowing in his self pity for the first half of the book. He recently went through a break up so it makes some sense however the break up happened a while ago and the way Grant acts you would think it happened just yesterday. He also presented some major anger issues throughout the story and really probably should have that checked out or at least calm down a little.
Overall, I think the main reason I couldn't grasp this book was the dialogue, it was just too confusing and the way the characters acted towards one another just took away from the story. Jun 20, Arshi Imtiyaz rated it did not like it. The book's premise was exciting. And if you saw my star rating, you'd know there's a "but" coming. The story may have been acceptable, but the writing slaughtered any hope this book had of success.
Several chapters went by in just dialogue and it was very difficult to keep track of who was saying what. Perhaps a screenplay would've suited the author better. Honestly, I would not recommend this to anyone. Caitlin Davies rated it really liked it Jun 12, Sergio Mendez rated it really liked it Mar 18, Matt Griffin rated it it was amazing Oct 24, Susan Pollack rated it it was amazing Jun 05, Christy rated it really liked it May 29, Juan Di Nella rated it really liked it Mar 21, Eric rated it liked it Aug 09, Horus rated it it was ok Dec 06, Cristen Parks rated it liked it Aug 12, Brittany marked it as to-read May 27, Iulia added it May 29, Booktenders Tara marked it as to-read Jun 16, Dearna Words of the Roses marked it as to-read Jun 22, Mia Ford marked it as to-read Jun 23, Sadie marked it as to-read Jul 21, Eric marked it as to-read Jun 27, Layne marked it as to-read Jun 29, Mira Gagnon marked it as to-read Sep 26, Aria Shae Christian is currently reading it Jun 24, Seema Sahni is currently reading it Jun 25, Marc Schminkey is currently reading it Jun 26, Keith M Altomare is currently reading it Jun 29, Roy Newall is currently reading it Jul 04, Lindsay A Kay is currently reading it Jul 16, But is it a sequel, spin-off, remake, or reboot?
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