If you had a time machine which point in Beatles history would you like to go back to witness?I've thought about this many times. I've always wished I could see The Beatles in their Pre-fame era which may not be the most common answer. So maybe around 1961 at The Cavern or in Hamburg. I know they weren't as polished but I'd love to witness them at that stage.So if you had a time machine what point in time would you visit?
Just witness or intervene? If possible, I'd get to them towards the end and discourage the break-up. Just say, "Chill, take a break for awhile. This thing's too great to destroy."Saying "chill" back then would probably sound super cool.
Klang, such an encounter could create a time paradox the results of which could cause a chain reaction that would unravel the very fabric of the space-time continuum and destroy the entire universe! Granted, that's the worst-case scenario. The destruction might in fact be very localized, limited to merely our own galaxy.
Won't be popular for mentioning this but, if The Beatles hadn't split up, they'd have ended up...(b) putting out disco remixes on 12 inch singles...
I don't think the industry would have allowed them to avoid the cheesiness.'Michael Jackson has released 55 singles off an album.....so will you.'
For fantasy's sake, I guess there'd be a parallel dimension where the cheesiness does happen. I'd be interested in seeing that too.
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