‘Beatles music was sans heart and soul,’ says Sex Pistol’ frontman

November 14th, 2007 - 8:09 am ICT by admin  
While the whole world appreciated the quality of ‘Beatles’ in their glory days, Lydon believes that the 1960’s band’s work was a cultivated operation, and therefore manufactured.

“[The Beatles] started out as a rock ‘n’ roll imitation and a covers band [a reference to their early days when they covered the hits of the day],” the Daily Express quoted him, as telling on an interview.

“They spent a few years learning their craft before they decided they were original geniuses,” he said.

“There was no great heart in anything they did. It was all a cultivated operation, and therefore manufactured,” he added. (ANI)

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