Lennon had the impression that the song "Too Many People" from Paul Mc Cartney's Ram (1970) was a dig at him, something Paul later admitted. While Paul is never mentioned in the song, the many references make clear he is the target, particularly in the lyrics "The only thing you done was yesterday/And since you've gone you're just another day", the first lyric being a reference to The Beatles' 1965 song "Yesterday".
and the back cover of Ram, showing one stag beetle mounting another, has been described by Mc Cartney as indicative of how he felt treated by the other members of The Beatles. Bob Marley and the Wailers' "Small Axe" (1973), from their album Burnin', was a hidden diss at record producers Coxsone Dodd and Duke Reid.
“I wanted the album to completely represent who I am and these songs are representative of what I set out to do.” follows Bridgers’ 2015 three-song single “Killer,” produced by Ryan Adams in his L. Bridgers will head back on tour next month with a one-off show supporting Cat Power (solo) at Pioneer Park in Salt Lake City, UT on August 17th, before joining up with Conor Oberst again in September.
Bridgers is also confirmed to support Noah Gundersen this November.
"Not that Broadway shows aren't great, but there's just something about a high school play...you're not distracted by the achievements, you get to watch the process, the will to make something." He continued, "You know when you're a kid and you get crayons and papers and just draw whatever you want and it's just a bunch of messy lines, but to you it makes sense, and then they put it on the fridge?
From that point on, you're always trying to get back on the fridge, you start drawing things that look like something, like, the more it looks like a horse, the more chance you have of getting it on the fridge.
The first cut, “Motion Sickness” can be heard via a lyric video – directed by her brother, Jackson Bridgers – now above.
“Motion Sickness” follows Bridgers’ early 2017 single “Smoke Signals,” which will also be featured on further introduces the 22-year-old Bridgers as a singular voice.
Saying he could barely fathom the thought of Hailie, 17, with a man who ever enjoyed listening to, or was inspired by, his often misogynistic and violent lyrics, Eminem, 40, claimed he was disturbed from the second Denham said he was “a huge fan” of all of the rapper’s seven albums.
WASHINGTON—Warning that a successful launch would constitute a grave threat to American population centers from coast to coast, leading analysts confirmed Wednesday that South Korea is currently developing a new pop group capable of reaching the United States.
NEW YORK—Saying the ghastly imitations were sadly not entirely surprising, sources told reporters Tuesday that a widely viewed documentary about a brutal murder had inspired a string of numerous copycat documentaries.
MANSFIELD, MA—Increasingly anxious at the distance between the lead vocalist and center stage, concertgoers told reporters Tuesday that they were worried Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd might not make it back to the microphone in time for the third chorus of “Wish You Were Here.” LOS ANGELES—Unexpectedly penning lyrics about colorful autumn foliage and summer cottages on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers accidentally wrote a song about New Hampshire, sources reported Friday.
EDISON, NJ—Citing creative differences that had been festering for at least a decade, Chuck E. Munch confirmed Wednesday that he had left the band to form a new prog-rock outfit, The Mr. BRISTOL, CT—Saying that their combative, antagonistic relationship remains as strong as ever, ESPN commentator Stephen A.