Saturday, May 17, 2008
Odds and Sods
Melanie (Edgar Allan) Coe is in the news. If you don't know who she is, check your file with Meta Davis, Tara Browne, Lucy O'Donnell and Pablo Fanque. Steve Turner's "A Hard Day's Write" is an excellent source. In addition to being everything to everyone, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band can be classified as a non-fiction work.
She's leaving home (again) ... The woman who inspired a Beatles classic has had to quit the Spanish house she built illegally.
Felipegcs recently pointed out a video by Kate Ryan called "L.I.L.Y." There were a couple shots of some unusual symbols at the beginning of the video, but I didn't think too much about it until I watched "Logical Spacemen" again and saw a link for it under "related videos." How does YouTube decide these things?
And finally, how many of you know that Penny Lane was known for being haunted before the Beatles mortalized it in song?
PENNY Lane, made famous by the world-acclaimed Beatles, is one of Liverpool’s top tourist attractions today.