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Beatlesque Three

by Alan Bernhoft

Alan Bernhoft's third installment in his critically acclaimed, top selling "Beatlesque" series, another charming collection of songs that just might have been released by the Fabs around 1967, 1968.
Genre: Rock: British Invasion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sunny Sky
2:22 $0.89
2. Everybody Smiles
2:51 $0.89
3. Civilization
3:30 $0.89
4. Bored
3:28 $0.89
5. Miss Vonnie
3:32 $0.89
6. Say In Slience
3:11 $0.89
7. So Shine Away
2:15 $0.89
8. Chun Li
2:34 $0.89
9. Colliding Circles
3:50 $0.89
10. Honey Love
1:51 $0.89
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(re: "EVERYBODY SMILES") Lots of Beatles tribute acts out there, but this is - hands down - the best and closest approximation to Ringo that I've heard. Nice! --John M Borack, GOLDMINE MAGAZINE

Alan's (in voice and looks, he's definitely the John Lennon of the group) third installment in his critically acclaimed, ultra-catchy, "Beatlesque" series is another charming collection of songs that just might have been released by the Fabs around '67/'68. Once again he tops the list of "truth in advertising", as this is definitely a case of what you think you're getting is exactly what you get. "And here I thought The Rutles were back in town. Bernhoft returns with another collection of songs that really captures the feel and sound of The Beatles. From The Spongetones to The Beatnix to The Fore - people love Beatlesque power pop. It's no surprise really that this style of power pop is one of my guilty pleasures. He does a great job with these songs, so they are not just an imitation or tribute band (like the Fab Faux). Fans of Beatlesque pop rejoice!" - Powerpopaholic.com The record is another Beatles trainspotter's delight - some examples are "Everybody Smiles" (would have been perfect for "Sgt. Pepper"-era Ringo to sing and contains a neat "Please Please Me" reference), the stepbrother of "Imagine", "Colliding Circles", "Civilization" ("Mind Games" immediately comes to mind), and "Bored", the first cousin of "I Am The Walrus", We think you get the idea. Well done again! GREAT!!!! -KOOLKAT MUSIC



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Spectacular Rock/British Invasion CD
Take a step back in time with the spectacular Rock/British Invasion CD, “Beatlesque Three,” by Alan Bernhoft. This is the third installment of a series of original, well crafted songs in which the Beatles might have released. Bernhoft does a magnificent job in replicating this style of music as you can hear perfect vocals and solid instrumentation. The opening song, “Sunny Sky,” is bright and cheery and instantly connects you with the era of the Beatles. Another song, “Everybody Smiles,” is truly remarkable as one would think of Ringo singing this lovely tune. “Colliding Circles,” is an easy feeling song that moves with a sweet style and grace. Bernhoft does an outstanding job on this album and once again proves he has captured this particular time and sound. If you are a fan of the Beatles and British Invasion Rock, then you will definitely want to hear the wonderful collection of songs on the amazing album, “Beatlesque Three.”