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8 thoughts on “ Dig A Pony - Laibach - Let It Be (Cassette, Album)

  1. About Dig a Pony "Dig a Pony" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, originally released on their album Let It Be. It was written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. The recording is from the concert on the rooftop of Apple Studios in Savile Row, London, performed by the Beatles on 30 January
  2. L'album se termine par une magnifique version instrumentale de "for you blue" et par ce chant populaire qui contraste avec la violence de l'album. LET IT BE est une reprise de l'album des BEATLES mais en réinventant cette musique LAIBACH en a fait une version originale, méconnaissable mais remarquable.4/5(24).
  3. Dig A Pony Lyrics: Ahhh, dig a pony / Ahhh, dig a pony / Well you can celebrate anything you want / Yes, you can celebrate anything you want / Ahhh, do a roadhog / Well you can penetrate any place.
  4. Retrouvez le Live de The Beatles intitulé Dig A Pony, disponible sur l'album Intégrale Clé USB - Edition Limitée. Le Live Dig A Pony a été édité sur le label -. La vidéo a été ajoutée le 10/12/
  5. Slovenian avant-gardists Laibach cover the Beatles' Let it Be album as a goose-stepping jackboot Nazi rally style of clanking industrial music. The resulting shebang is enjoyable, though it often rubs up awfully close to novelty. I like the operatic drama that they bring to "Two of Us" and their percussion-less, female voice and harpsichord (it sounds like a harpsichord to me, at least) take.
  6. In the studio. John Lennon played versions of ‘Dig A Pony’ several times at Twickenham Film Studios in January , during a series of rehearsals which were filmed for the Let It Be movie. He ran through the song on 2, 7, and 13 January By the time sessions started at The Beatles’ own Apple Studios later in the month, they were familiar with the song and enjoyed playing it.
  7. Dig A Pony Letra: I dig a pony, Well, you can celebrate anything you want, Yes, you can celebrate anything you want, Oh. I do a road hog, Well, you can penetrate any place you go, Yes, you can penetrate any place you go, I told you so. All I want.
  8. Recording. Several versions were recorded during the Get Back/Let It Be sessions, on 24, 26, 27, 28, and 29 January , at Apple acodhocraveto.paddcheckcomocennatamocetyrewind.infoinfo second version on the album is an extract taken from the 26 January version, which was a minute jam that evolved from a loose "Like a Rolling Stone" jam.A segment of the jam session, 4 minutes and 30 seconds in length, appears in the documentary.

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