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Because I Love BEATles

Because I Love BEATles

About the show

Playing tracks by

Mgm Michel (written by Paul McCartney), Mgm Michel (written by John Lennon) and Mgm Michel (written by George Harrison).

Few Beatles covers that I've done over time. I have never did something great.... because Beatles... remain Beatles. Their music, so long ago... changed my life forever.
Thank you John, Paul, George and Ringo...

Thank you all too...


Azeepa Mizbach@West Java

Enjoy the songs along the beatles indeed a beautiful day..

Marius G.Mihalache Michel

Thank you Azep!

Latin Sounds Souls Abound

Thanks for sharing this work with us //

Saška A. Franić-Domić

thanks a lot marius, I always loved the beatles. I am enjoying your versions... right now!

Marius G.Mihalache Michel

Thank you Jake... sorry for my delay. Puzzled period at me...

Jake Stern (Zowah Zay)

Much respect Michel - an edgy homage to the fab four with an urban mythical spin of your own.

Marius G.Mihalache Michel

I heard some covers of WMGGWeeps and of course this great version where Prince play like usual... and this mean oustanding! I really don't know why Prince was always underrated. He is a complete artist ... is a great singer, a great instrument player too, makes his own choreography and scenography, dancer .. be involved in filming and concerts as a real film director. I never knew why during its glory years was compared (in the bad sense) with Michael Jackson. They played different genres of music ... can not be compared. And a plus for Prince was clearly the composition, musical arrangement and instrumental performance. Thank you because you reminded me of this cover JB!

Sounds By JB

Get well! take some of that Romanian home brewed stuff ;p Once ready for listening.. did you ever hear the Guitar Gently Weeps version by Tom Petty, Harrison's son, and Prince : Prince is such an underrated guitarist!

Marius G.Mihalache Michel

JB, yes .. all were exercises. First an exercise in orchestration written on paper. Next, Across the Universe, was the result of fitting a dose on my acoustic guitar. Original songs (Taxman or Come together) not follow a BMP, as is normally the rate increases a bit in speed toward the end of songs, and the sync was my work. My Love, I think that is a very tender piece for a solo guitarist. Beginning of the 'Fool on the Hill' ... there is heard a whistle signal. I used in my childhood when I call my friends outside with guitars to playing something... you know.. no mobile phone. And so on... exercises, improvisations... nothing commercials. Beatles was a real school for me.

Sounds By JB

yeah very interesting atmosphere, the instrumentals mixed with the remixes.. thx!

Sounds By JB

mmmm come together!