Yeah, I agree with you there, Jude. And not just for The Beatles. In the 60s and 70s, bands came out with albums every single year, (sometimes twice in a year.) Nowadays, the TOP bands have ATLEAST a two year break in between albums, and sometimes 3 or 4 years. Man, if The Beatles, (or any 60s group for that matter), waited 3 YEARS in between an album, they'd be LOOOOOOOONG forgotten about. I think a lot of groups today are just plain lazy. They put out an album once every 2 1/2...3 years, and then they complain about it. ("Oh man, we need a break. We released the album, and then had to TOUR behind it! We're taking a 2 year hiatus.) GIVE ME A FREAKIN' BREAK MAN!! Bands like The Beatles, Stones, Doors, etc...they put out albums every year, toured, did publicity too, and you didn't hear them whining!! I'm convinced, the bands of yesterday were harder workers, plain and simple. A lot of today's musicians just wanna make their million bucks and go chill in their mansions for a couple years until their record company comes a'knockin saying they need to record another album. Give me a break.
Edited by - Ram1 on 06/01/2002 18:58:31