The Beatles and Philosophy: Nothing You Can Think that Can't Be Thunk (Popular Culture and Philosophy #25)
The most popular musical group of all time, the Beatles also brought serious thought to the bubble gum-scented world of pop and rock music, with adventurous, profound, and sometimes mysterious lyrics that veered from the deliberate absurdity of �I Am the Walrus” to the rosy Rousseau-like fantasy of �When I’m 64” to the darkly existential/nihilist visions of �Eleanor Rigby”...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 25th 2006 by Open Court
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Certainly gained a much deeper insight on Beatles and their songwriting. The amount of thought and research done on them is quite astonishing. It's excellent, they also give much in-depth information and many reasons for their deductions from the Beatles' lyrics. There are two ways of appreciating the Beatles fully : One is to simply listen to their music, the other is to know what went on behind making their music.