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When you love a woman, it's the God in her that you see. In the version issued on the Beatles' album Abbey Roadwhich was the first release for the song,  "Something" runs at a speed of around 66 beats per minute and is in common time throughout.
It begins with a five-note guitar figure, which functions as the song's chorus, since it is repeated before each of the verses and also closes the track. Leng considers that, lyrically and musically, "Something" reflects "doubt and striving to attain an uncertain goal". Harrison introduced "Something" at a Beatles session on 19 Septemberwhen he played it to George Martin 's stand-in as producer of The BeatlesChris Thomaswhile the latter was working out the harpsichord part for Harrison's track " Piggies ".
After Harrison rejoined the Beatles in January for their Get Back film project later released as Let It Be"Something" was one of many recent compositions Full Moon - Avenue A - Something Else Volume One (CD) he offered to the group. The Beatles rehearsed the song at Apple Studio on 28 January. Following the Beatles' brief efforts with "Something" on 28 January,  Harrison talked with Lennon and Yoko Ono about recording a solo album of his unused songs, since he had already stockpiled enough compositions "for the next ten years", given his usual allocation of two tracks per album,  and to "preserve this, the Beatle bit, more".
With Ken Scott serving as his engineer,  he recorded a live take of "Something", featuring electric guitar and vocal. In MarchHarrison gave "Something" to Joe Cocker to record,  having decided that it was more likely to become a hit with Cocker than with Lomax. I think he was totally confident about the songs. The insecurity may have been, if the Beatles kept going, "How many songs am I going to be able to get on each album?
Assisted by Harrison, Cocker recorded a demo of the song at Apple. George's "Something" was out of left field. It was about Pattie, and it appealed to me because it has a very beautiful melody and is a really structured song I think George thought my bass-playing was a little bit busy.
Again, from my side, I was trying to contribute the best I could, but maybe it was his turn to tell me I was too busy. The Beatles undertook the recording of Abbey Road with a sense of discipline and cooperation that had largely been absent while making the White Album and Let It Be.
It was a tremendous work — and so simple. The group recorded "Something" on 16 April before Harrison decided to redo the song, a new basic track for which was then completed at Abbey Road on 2 May. After taking a break from recording,   the band returned to "Something" on 11 July, when Harrison overdubbed what would turn out to be a temporary vocal. The piano can be heard only in the middle eight, specifically during the descending run that follows each pair of "I don't know" vocal lines.
Following another reduction mix, at which point the remainder of the coda was excised from the track, Martin-arranged string orchestration was overdubbed on 15 August, as Harrison, working in the adjacent studio at Abbey Road, re-recorded his lead guitar part live.
They blessed me with a couple of B-sides in the past, but this is the first time I've had an A-side. Big deal, eh? The release marked the first time that a Harrison composition had been afforded A-side treatment on a Beatles single,  as well as the only Full Moon - Avenue A - Something Else Volume One (CD) during their career that a single was issued in the UK featuring tracks already available on an album.
Which he did. The promotional film for "Something" was shot in late Octobernot long after Lennon privately announced that he was leaving the band. By this time, the band members had grown apart. As a result, the film consisted of separate clips, edited together, featuring the Beatles walking around the grounds of their homes with their respective wives. Winn also comments on the attractiveness of all the wives in contrast to the unkempt appearance of McCartney, especially, who had sunk into depression at the realisation that the Beatles were over.
Aspinall's idyllic film avoided showing was that the Beatles were at that point barely on speaking terms. In the film, no two Beatles are seen together. Each Beatle looks like he's found what he was looking for — but they're heading for four separate futures. Time magazine declared "Something" to be the best track on Abbey Road while John Mendelsohn wrote in Rolling Stone : "George's vocal, containing less adenoids and more grainy Paul tunefulness than ever before, is one of many highlights on his 'Something,' some of the others being more excellent drum work, a dead catchy guitar line, perfectly subdued strings, and an unusually nice melody.
Both his and Joe Cocker's version will suffice nicely until Ray Charles gets around to it. According to Beatles biographer Nicholas Schaffner"Something" showed Harrison following McCartney's populist approach and some "long-haired music critics" were repelled by the song's use of lush MOR -style orchestration. In his review of the single, Derek Johnson of the NME lauded the track as "a real quality hunk of pop" with a "strident lead guitar which exudes a mean and moody quality".
Johnson stated his regret that Harrison "isn't featured more regularly as a singer", and concluded of "Something": "It's a song that grows on you, and mark my words, it will — in a big way! Along with "Here Comes the Sun", "Something" was included on the Beatles' compilation album — thereby giving Harrison two of the four tracks representing Abbey Road.
Harrison and Apple publicist Derek Taylor had a standing joke. Whenever either of them had an idea, they would quip "This could be the big one. MacDonald highlighted the song's "key-structure of classical grace and panoramic effect", and cited the lyrics to verse two as "its author's finest lines — at once deeper and more elegant than almost anything his colleagues ever wrote". Like Lennon, both McCartney and Starr held the song in high regard. It's better than 'Yesterday,' much better It's like the song I've been chasing for the last thirty-five years.
According to the BBC, the song "shows more clearly than any other song in The Beatles' canon that there were three great songwriters in the band rather than just two". Among the song's many cover versions, Welsh singer Shirley Bassey recorded a successful version of "Something".
Bassey said she had been unaware of the song's origins when recording "Something". Frank Sinatra was particularly impressed with "Something", calling it "the greatest love song of the past 50 years",   despite having long disapproved of the Beatles. During his live performances, Sinatra was known to mistakenly introduce "Something" as a Lennon—McCartney composition.
Harrison's composition began accumulating cover versions almost immediately after the release of Abbey Roadstarting with Joe Cocker's recording. Referring to the song's adoption by easy-listening artists, Harrison later said: "When even Liberace covered it [in ], you know that it's one of them that ends up in an elevator Du Noyer partly refutes this explanation, saying that it was equally a vehicle for "the most advanced vocalists" such as Peggy Leealong with Sinatra and Bassey.
But I'm very pleased now, whoever's done it. I realise that the sign of a good song is when it has lots of cover versions. Byover artists had recorded "Something". I have it on my jukebox at home. It's absolutely brilliant. Bruce Springsteen opened his first show after Harrison's death on 29 November by playing "Something", followed by a rendition of Harrison's solo hit " My Sweet Lord ". In honour of Harrison's fondness for the instrument, Paul McCartney played a ukulele rendition of "Something" throughout his —03 world tour  and included the track on his Back in the U.
Bob Dylan also played the song live during his November concerts, as a tribute to Harrison. Harrison included "Something" in all of his subsequent, and rare, full-length concert appearances. A version from Harrison's December tour of Japan with Clapton — Harrison's only other tour as a solo artist  — appears on the Live in Japan double album According to Walter Everett  and Bruce Spizer : .
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: Abbey Road. Steckler said: "Klein believed in George's talent and wanted to enhance his reputation as a songwriter. I thought it was a Lennon—McCartney. Archived from the original on 21 February Retrieved 18 February This became even more evident on Retrieved 22 May "After years of residing in the heavy shadow of the awesome Lennon—McCartney writing partnership, George Harrison obtained equal recognition for his songwriting on the Beatles' final album, Abbey Roadwith both 'Something' and 'Here Comes the Sun'.
BBC Radio 2. April Archived from the original on 6 January Archived from the original on 26 May Then, the virus made it impossible for me to sing. He has worked as a gravedigger, television cameraman, short order cook, nuclear missile security guard, gas station attendant, ice cream truck driver, delivery man, amusement park worker and greenhouse laborer. While studying music composition in college, he inadvertently stumbled upon an international opera career that forced him to leave a promising future as a songwriter behind.
Then, I was writing for a daily newspaper. I went to Ohio State as a composition major. Somebody said I should sing opera, so I decided to try it. In the surgery, they injected fat into my vocal cords. I also did two CDs with Elise Dadourian. The songs are written but not recorded. I write on a daily basis. Then, I go over ideas and come up with 15 songs for an album.
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But the quarterly magazine also included newly commissioned articles and cartoons, as well as puzzles, bonus inserts, a calendar, and the other activity-related content that is common to kids' magazines. Mad has been published in local versions in many countries, beginning with the United Kingdom inand Sweden in Each new market receives access to the publication's back catalog of articles and is also encouraged to produce its own localized material in the Mad vein.
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Following the success of Madother black-and-white magazines of topical, satiric comics began to be published. Most were short-lived. The three longest-lasting were CrackedSickand Crazy Magazine. These three and many others featured a cover mascot along the lines of Alfred E.
Color comic-book competitors, primarily in the mid-to-late s, were Nuts! Two years after EC's Panic had ceased publication inthe title was used by another publisher for a similar comic. InMarvel Comics produced the first of 13 issues of the comic book Not Brand Echhwhich parodied the company's own superhero titles as well as other publishers.
From toDC Comics published the comic Plop! Another publisher's comic was Trash [ citation needed ] featured a blurb on the debut cover reading, "We mess Full Moon - Avenue A - Something Else Volume One (CD) Mad p.
Neuman with a stubbly beard; the fourth and last issue showed two bodybuilders holding up copies of Mud and Crocked with the frowning faces of Neuman and Cracked cover mascot Sylvester P. Among other U. Virginia Commonwealth University's Cabell Library has an extensive collection of Mad along with other comic books and graphic novels. The movies are classics that MAD did not parody when they were first released.
It is scheduled to be released in the 1st quarter of Over the years, Mad has branched out from print into other media. During the Gaines years, the publisher had an aversion to exploiting his fan base and expressed the fear that substandard Mad products would offend them. He was known to personally issue refunds to anyone who wrote to the magazine with a complaint. Among the few outside Mad items available in its first 40 years were cufflinks, a T-shirt designed like a straitjacket complete with lockand a small ceramic Alfred E.
Neuman bust. For decades, the letters page advertised an inexpensive portrait of Neuman "suitable for framing or for wrapping fish" with misleading slogans such as "Only 1 Left! After Gaines' death came an overt absorption into the Time-Warner publishing umbrella, with the result that Mad merchandise began to appear more frequently. Items were displayed in the Warner Bros.
Mad has sponsored or inspired a number of recordings. Neuman on the cover;  it has been reissued on CD. That same year, The Worst from Mad 2 included an original recording, "Meet the staff of Mad", on a cardboard 33 rpm recordwhile a single credited to Alfred E.
The latter album featured a song titled "It's a Gas", which punctuated an instrumental track with belches along with a saxophone break by an uncredited King Curtis. Demento featured this gaseous performance on his radio show in Los Angeles in the early s.
Mad included some of these tracks as plastic-laminated cardboard inserts and later Full Moon - Avenue A - Something Else Volume One (CD) discs with their reprinted "Mad Specials". A number of original recordings also were released in this way in the s and early s, such as Gall in the Family Fare a radio play adaptation of their previously illustrated All in the Family parodya single entitled "Makin' Out", the octuple-grooved track "It's a Super Spectacular Day", which had eight possible endings, the spoken word Meet the staff insert, and a six-track, minute Mad Disco EP from the special of the same title that included a disco version of "It's a Gas".
The last turntable-playable recording Mad packaged with its magazines was "A Mad Look at Graduation", in a special. Rhino Records compiled a number of Mad -recorded tracks as Mad Grooves The show, which lasted for performances during its initial run, featured sketches written by Mad regulars Stan Hart and Larry Siegel interspersed with comedic songs one of which was written by an uncredited Stephen Sondheim.
In Septemberthe show will return with new writers and actors. InMad released a board game. The Mad Magazine Game was an absurdist version of Monopoly in which the first player to lose all his money and go bankrupt was the winner. In it, the player who first loses all their cards is declared the winner. The game is fairly similar to Uno by Mattel. Questions based on the magazine also appeared in the Trivial Pursuit : Warner Bros. Following the success of the National Lampoon -backed Animal HouseMad lent its name in to a similarly risque comedy film, Up the Academy.
It was such a commercial debacle and critical failure that Mad successfully arranged for all references to the magazine including a cameo by Alfred E. Neuman to be removed from future TV and video releases of the film, although those references were eventually restored on the DVD version, which was titled Mad Magazine Presents Up the Academy. Mad also devoted two pages of its magazine to an attack on the movie, titled Throw Up the Academy.
The spoof's ending collapsed into a series of interoffice memos between the writer, artist, editor and publisher, all bewailing the fact that they had been forced to satirize such a terrible film. A Mad animated television pilot using selected material from the magazine was commissioned by ABC but the network decided to not broadcast it.
Dick DeBartolo noted, "Nobody wanted to sponsor a show that made fun of products that were advertised on TV, like car manufacturers. In the mids, Hanna-Barbera developed another potential Mad animated television series that was never broadcast. However, aside from short bumpers which animated existing Spy vs. Spy — and Don Martin — cartoons during the show's first three seasons, there was no editorial or stylistic connection between the TV show and the magazine.
On January 12,The CW aired an hour-long special celebrating the series' 20th anniversary. A large portion of the original cast returned. An eight-episode revival featuring a brand new cast premiered on July Full Moon - Avenue A - Something Else Volume One (CD), Animated Spy vs. Spy sequences were also seen in TV ads for Mountain Dew soda in Animation and executive producer Sam Register.
The series aired short animated vignettes about current television shows, films, games and other aspects of popular culture. Much like Mad TV 'sthis series also features appearances by Spy vs. Spy and Don Martin cartoons. Produced by Kevin Shinick and Mark Marek,  the series ran from September 6,to December 2,lasting for four seasons and episodes. The series was panned by TV critics and was considered a " Robot Chicken -rip off". Inthe Spy vs. Spy characters were given their own computer game seriesin which players could set traps for each other.
Whereas the original game took place in a nondescript building, the sequels transposed the action to a desert island for Spy vs.
Spy: The Island Caper and a polar setting for Spy vs. Spy: Arctic Antics. Not to be confused with the later television show, Mad TV is a television station management simulation computer game produced in by Rainbow Arts for the Mad franchise. It was released on the PC and the Amiga. It is faithful to the magazine's general style of cartoon humor but does not include any of the original characters except for a brief closeup of Alfred E.
Neuman's eyes during the opening screens. Despite the title, it omitted a handful of articles due to problems clearing the rights on some book excerpts and text taken from recordings, such as Andy Griffith 's " What It Was, Was Football ". A single seven-gigabyte disc, it is missing the same deleted material from the collection.
Another Spy vs. A Mad app was released for iPad on April 1, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American comic and satirical magazine. Italicized logo used from until . Main article: Recurring features in Mad magazine. Main article: Alfred E. Main article: Mad Kids. United Kingdom, —; still use the US version today Sweden, —, —; Denmark, —, —, —; Netherlands, —; —; France,; Germany—95, —; Finland, —, —; Italy, —,—; Norway, —, —, one-offs — ; Brazil, —, —, —; —; Spain,as Locuras—; Argentina, —; Mexico, —, —, —; —  Caribbean, —; Greece, —, —; Japan, —; two oversized anthologies were released Iceland, ; —; South Africa, —; Taiwan, ; Canada Quebec— Past material in a "collection album" with Crocanother Quebec humor magazine ; Hungary, —;  Israel, —; Turkey, —; Poland, — The success of Mad inspired a rash of short-lived imitators.
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