Tuesday, March 23, 2010

it's just a thought

What can I say?

from google images

The Beatles made their debut on August 29, 1959,
at the Casbah Coffee Club, a converted coal cellar
in the basement of a Victorian house in Liverpool,
England. George Harrison, Ken Brown, John Lennon
and Paul McCartney, known as the Quarrymen, helped
decorate the club before they played.


Ténèbres à la lumière... said...

Hi! C.M.,
Unfortunately, I'am not familiar with the Beatles' music, but I'am
aware of them after checking them out over there on youtube.

C.M. What a very interesting and nice collage.
By the way, I'am experimenting with collages too...I didn't realize how much like a puzzle it(collages) is...and trying to put the pieces (images) together.

Thanks, for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

California Girl said...

I feel so darn un-artistic! Is that a word? Yes, I know "that" is a word. I meant "un-artistic". I'm too lazy to look up.

Anonymous said...

Wow. So you could launch the next big act, no?

willow said...

Beatles + coffee = heaven

Coffee Messiah said...

dd: Thanks. I'd like to see what you are doing......

cg: Don't feel bad, me neither ; (

emerging: If it came to that, I could, but it would not include any of the american idol types I keep hearing about from others ; )

willow ; )

Sam Juliano said...

Lovely collage, and yet another little anecdote here about the greatest band in history that I didn't know. So the Casbah Coffee Club was where it all started. Interesting. But coffee was't the drink was it? I am thinking here of 'tea.' Ha! Wonderful post!

mouse (aka kimy) said...

i really really like this collage!!!

Anonymous said...

what gives this one punch is the

shadow of the figure on the right.

You have such a subtle hand.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

I don't know who else to turn to, to find that connection! -J

Coffee Messiah said...

sam: Not sure, since any information on the beatles or the club, never mentions drinks or food ; )

kimy: Thanks for stopping by. Hope the film fest is going well!

grrl: Er, not my doing. That is part of the actual painting by Gustave Caillebotte circa 1875. I was indeed thinking of putting the animal with the book in the reflection, but haven't mastered that yet in PS.

j: Thanks!

Gloria said...

Hi, I just popped in from Maggie's Garden. I saw the name coffee and I love coffee myself. I buy
Kenya AA coffee beans and that coffee is the best I've had yet. I have the Beatles first album and I knew of them well in those days. Take care. Nice blog.

Megan said...

I will have to go look at some more of ol' Gustav's stuff.

Megan said...

P.S. Is the map of Liverpool?

Coffee Messiah said...

gloria: Thanks.

megan: No, but it is old London.

Tom said...

got one of those cd's of early Beatle's studio and live stuff...of course there's no recordings of their earliest stuff, i imagine...would love to go back in time to experience that day!

Anil P said...

Standing with legs apart conveys so much to the circumstance, and there's a story in it.

And even if you cannot see his face as he looks on, you still know what the face is like, and maybe why as well.

Simstone said...

I wish that I could get into the Beatles' music but I can't. I do like the collage tho'.

BTW, I got a call from someone from your neck of the woods last week. Small world, no?

Coffee Messiah said...

tom: Those were the days for lots of good times, including music!

anil p: It does not surprise me, from your writing, your ability to see more in this picture. Thanks for that!

simstone: Great and hope it was a large sale 4 U!