Friday, January 01, 2010

Across the Universe...

This is an offering to my friends everywhere on Earth.

A happy new year and a brighter future to you all.


Jack Jodell said...

Nice offering from my favorite Beatle, SJ! I wish the very same for you this year!

Mycue23 said...

The year of posts beginning with a classic from the Beatles is at the very least off to a good start. Let's hope we can keep up the quality of work. SJ, you set us a very high standard to match. Good luck with that. Oh, and Ric wanted to say happy new year, Two Feathers, and thanks for taking it all in stride.

Oso said...

Nice one,SJ. Brought back memories of the era. It seems like a more innocent time in many respects-although we know it really wasn't for so many people.

Guess cause I was young at the time.

May you continue your good work this year so we can continue to benefit from your outlook and wisdom.

And no, I'm not drunk LOL !

SJ said...

same to you. There's a lot of versions of this song on Youtube that was actually studio recordings of them working it out, very tense stuff for such a beautiful song.

SJ said...

thanks. Right back at you. It's gonna be a busy one.

SJ said...

many, many thanks for the kind words and Happy New Year to you man.
I eagerly look forward to your writing as well in 2010.
My best wishes and hopes for you and your family brother.

TRUTH 101 said...

All in all, I thought Phil Spectre did a good job producing the Let It Be album. I liked it much more than Paul "Naked" version.

TomCat said...

Hi SJ. First, thanks for your visits and comments at Politics Plus. Now that I know where you call home, I've added you to my blogroll as well.

Back on topic, I live this. Thanks for the memory and Happy New Year.

SJ said...

@Tom Cat,
Politics Plus is a great blog TC, we're proud to link to it and thanks for the add.

Beach Bum said...

So do y'all think Paul, John, George, and Ringo ever got reservations at Milliways, the Restaurant at the End of the Universe?

Happy New Year y'all.

SJ said...

Absolutely Beach.
it's always been my theory that the Beatles had help from extraterrestrials, or were from some other place themselves altogether.
I'm sure they hung out there, I hear Procol Harum is the house band for the place.

MadMike said...

Wow SJ! That brings back a flood of memories. Some good...some not so good. Thanks.