Re: Bye Bye Beatles?
Posted by **Beatles Fan Robert** on Jul 21, 2017 at 3:09:20 PM:
In Reply to: Re: Bye Bye Beatles? posted by **pycb** on Jul 20, 2017 at 5:44:56 PM:
**Anyone want to offer an opinion as to what will become of he Beatles music once the baby boomer generation passes on? Me thinks a steady decline in interest, give the fact that most of the music is beyond the half-century mark. The earliest albums sound very dated, have for some time. From Beatles For Sale, original songs, better. Rubber Soul and Abbey Road, in my opinion, have aged the best. But as for the rest...
*it'll still be there - maybe not with the intensity it's been at for the last several decades - but still present like Sinatra, Martin, etc. It's classic stuff with staying power.
*My 27 year old daughter is a rabid Beatles Fan.
You mean Dean Martin records are in the Billboard 100? That's news to me. How many Beatles albums are there? McCartney? Harrison? Starr? Remember, as long as the Twotools are around the memories remain sharp. Once they pass on, a lot of that will probably slowly fade away. And by 2050 (coming up much sooner than any baby boomer would admit) is not far off.
- Re: Bye Bye Beatles? - **pycb** - Jul 21, 2017 at 3:16:04 PM
- Re: Bye Bye Beatles? - **Beatles Fan Robert** - Jul 22, 2017 at 9:33:19 PM
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