From: Chuck Kleinhans (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Mar 13 2006 - 04:07:37 PST
I think all of us who know Fred Camper in person, not just on
Frameworks, had an epiphany when imagining teen Fred wearing an
Hawaiian shirt, and groovin' to "Be True To Your School"....Fun,
As for his despised Beatles, back in the 60s, HELP! was seen in some
quarters as a fairly "experimental" film...and with the choicest self-
medication, YELLOW SUBMARINE can be seen that way too....
> Almost from the time they began making records in 1962, their music
> was taken seriously—and praised enthusiastically—by such noted
> classical composers as Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, and Ned
> Rorem and such distinguished critics and commentators as William
> Mann, Hans Keller, and Wilfrid Mellers.
--Terry Teachout, "The Beatles Now"
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