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The Lonely People - Eleanor Rigby

Tracklist

1Wots The Difference
2You Move Me
3Eleanor Rigby
Written-By – J. Lennon/P. McCartney

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RNTW 1002The Lonely People Eleanor Rigby ‎(12", Promo)Rave International RecordsRNTW 1002UK1992
NM613MAThe Lonely People Eleanor Rigby ‎(12", Maxi)MRX MusicNM613MASpain1992

Credits

  • Producer, Mixed ByChris Laws, Tim Laws
  • VocalsPaul Curran
  • Written-ByC. Laws (tracks: B1, B2), T. Laws (tracks: B1, B2)

Notes

Rave Version of the Beatles Song.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 013993 610021
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RNTW 1002 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RNTW 1002 B1

Info

Текст песни: Im Eleanor Rigby I picked up the rice in the church where the weddings have been, yeah Im Eleanor Rigby Im keeping my face in a jar by the door. Текст песни: Ah, look at all the lonely people Ah, look at all the lonely people Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been. Eleanor Rigby is a song by the English rock band the Beatles released on their 1966 album Revolver and as a single with Yellow Submarine. The song continued the transformation of the Beatles from a mainly rock and roll- and pop-oriented act to a more experimental, studio-based band. With a double string quartet arrangement by George Martin and striking lyrics about loneliness, Eleanor Rigby broke sharply with popular. Eleanor 't remember who did this version. Thrice That's had to look it up. Not much of a video, but it was my first. Good song, RIGBY By Douglas Coupland. 249 pp. In the same way some people get flashes of light before a killer migraine, I have the aura that precedes a loneliness blizzard, those sweeps of loneliness that feel not just emotional but medical. Like so many of Coupland's characters, Liz is a compulsive storyteller. As she unfolds the mysterious details of a high school trip to Italy, she provides a mordant, affecting window into her own unhappy innocence. Ah, look at all the lonely people Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been, Lives in a dream. Waits at the window, wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the door, Who is it for All the lonely people, Where do they all come from All the lonely people, Where do they all belong Father McKenzie writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear, No one comes near. Look at him working, darning his socks in the night when there's nobody there, What does he care All the lonely people, Where do they all come from All the lonely people, Where do they all. After Eleanor Rigby is buried, we learn that no one was saved, indicating that her soul did not elevate to heaven as promised by the church. This could be seen as a swipe at Christianity and the concept of being saved by Jesus. The song was released in August 1966 just weeks after the furor over John Lennon's remarks, Christianity will go. And the lines look at all the lonely people may have been Father Mackenzie giving his prayer. The line is very symbolic, and my thinking is that he is saying all the lonely people come from themselves because they put it on themselves, and they all belong dead not necessarily that people deserve to die, but eventually they only live to die. Eleanor Rigby Lyrics: Ah, look at all the lonely people, Ah, look at all the lonely people, Eleanor Rigby, Picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been, Lives in a dream, Waits at the. Eerily enough, the name Eleanor Rigby was found on a gravestone at the St. Peters Parish Church where John and Paul met as teenagers. In a 2018 interview, McCartney said that he hadnt known of that person or the gravestone when he wrote the song. Expand . The Beatles Eleanor Rigby: Ah, look at all the lonely people Ah, look at all the lonely people Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice. All the lonely people Where do they all belong Father McKenzie writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear No one comes near Look at him working, darning his socks in the night when there's nobody there What does he care All the lonely people Where do they all come from All the lonely people Where do they all belong Ah, look at all the lonely people Ah, look at all the lonely people. Download and listen free to The Beatles - Eleanor Rigby. Download MP3 or another format to your phone or computer. Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in the church Where a wedding has been, lives in a dream Waits at the window, wearing the face That she keeps in a jar by the door, who is it for All the lonely people, where do they all come from All the lonely people, where do they all belong Father McKenzie, writing the words of a sermon That no one will hear, no one comes near Look at him working, darning his socks in the night When there's nobody there, what does he care All the lonely people, where do they all come from All the lonely people, where do they all belong

Video

The Lonely People - Eleanor Rigby

Performer: The Lonely People

Title: Eleanor Rigby

Country: UK

Release date: 1992

Label: Rave International Records

Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore, House

Catalog: RNTW 1002

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1322 mb

Size FLAC: 1187 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 776

Record source: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Grey Marbled

Related to The Lonely People - Eleanor Rigby

Xwnaydan
Very interesting record, have it many years in my collection, one of my oldest. I like it mostly for the 2 techno-house tracks of the b-side, with their excellent oldskool vibes. A-side is also a great hardcore track, the rave version of ''Eleanor Rigby'' originally by Beatles. This record deserves more credits, so as the other release of this label ''Armitage & Shanks ‎– Auld Lang Syne''.
Sometimes beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.

P.S. Also a nice tip. Both releases are so cheap as almost free to for everyone with excellent quality music, unlike other mediocre to trash records that worth a fortune. So do a favor to yourself and buy both these.
Xwnaydan
Very interesting record, have it many years in my collection, one of my oldest. I like it mostly for the 2 techno-house tracks of the b-side, with their excellent oldskool vibes. A-side is also a great hardcore track, the rave version of ''Eleanor Rigby'' originally by Beatles. This record deserves more credits, so as the other release of this label ''Armitage & Shanks ‎– Auld Lang Syne''.
Sometimes beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.

P.S. Also a nice tip. Both releases are so cheap as almost free to for everyone with excellent quality music, unlike other mediocre to trash records that worth a fortune. So do a favor to yourself and buy both these.