"She Loves You" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and recorded by English rock group the Beatles for release as a single in 1963. The single set and surpassed several sales records in the United Kingdom charts, set a record in the United States as one of the five Beatles songs that held the top five positions in the charts on 4 April 1964, it is the best selling single of the 1960s in the United Kingdom. In November 2004, Rolling Stone ranked "She Loves You" number 64 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In August 2009, at the end of its "Beatles Weekend", BBC Radio 2 announced that "She Loves You" was the Beatles' all-time best-selling single in the UK based on information compiled by The Official Charts Company. In Canada, the song was included on Shout. In the US, it was the final song on The Beatles' Second Album. Lennon and McCartney started composing "She Loves You" on 26 June 1963 after a concert at the Majestic Ballroom in Newcastle upon Tyne during their tour with Roy Orbison and Gerry and the Pacemakers.
They began writing the song on the tour bus, continued that night at their hotel in Newcastle completing it the following day at McCartney's family home in Forthlin Road, Liverpool. In 2000, McCartney said the initial idea for the song began with Bobby Rydell's hit "Forget Him" with its call and response pattern, that "as happens, you think of one song when you write another... I'd planned an'answering song' where a couple of us would sing'she loves you' and the other ones would answer'yeah yeah'. We decided, a crummy idea but at least we had the idea of a song called'She Loves You'. So we sat in the hotel bedroom for a few hours and wrote it – John and I, sitting on twin beds with guitars." Like many early Beatles songs, the title of "She Loves You" was framed around the use of personal pronouns. But unusually for a love song, the lyrics are not about the narrator's love for someone else. It's you she's thinking of – And she told me what to say, she says she loves you... This idea was attributed by Lennon to McCartney in 1980: "It was Paul's idea: instead of singing'I love you' again, we'd have a third party.
That kind of little detail is still in his work. He will write a story about someone. I'm more inclined to write about myself."Lennon, being mindful of Elvis Presley's "All Shook Up", wanted something stirring: "I don't know where the'yeah yeah yeah' came from I remember when Elvis did'All Shook Up' it was the first time in my life that I had heard'uh huh','oh yeah', and'yeah yeah' all sung in the same song". The song included a number of falsetto "wooooo"s, which Lennon acknowledged as being inspired by the Isley Brothers' recording of "Twist and Shout", which the Beatles had earlier recorded, and, inserted into the group's previous single, "From Me to You"; as Lennon said: "We stuck it in everything". McCartney recalls them playing the finished song on acoustic guitars to his father Jim at home after the song was completed: "We went into the living room and said'Dad, listen to this. What do you think? And he said'That's nice son, but there's enough of these Americanisms around. Couldn't you sing'She loves you, yes, yes!'
At which point we collapsed in a heap and said'No, you don't quite get it!'" EMI recording engineer Norman Smith had a somewhat similar reaction recounting, "I was setting up the microphone when I first saw the lyrics on the music stand,'She loves you, yeah, She loves you, yeah, She loves you, yeah, Yeah!' I thought, Oh my God, what a lyric! This is going to be one, but when they started to sing it – bang, terrific, I was up at the mixer jogging around."The "yeah, yeah" refrain proved an immediate, infectious musical hook. Unusually, the song starts with the hook right away, instead of introducing it after two. "She Loves You" does not include a bridge, instead using the refrain to join the various verses. The chords tend to change every two measures, the harmonic scheme is static; the arrangement starts with a two-count from Ringo on the drums, his fills are an important part of the record throughout. The electric instruments are mixed higher than before McCartney's bass, adding to the sense of musical power that the record provides.
The lead vocal is sung by McCartney, switching between unison and harmony. George Martin, the Beatles' producer, questioned the validity of the major sixth chord that ends the song, an idea suggested by George Harrison. "They sort of finished on this curious singing chord, a major sixth, with George doing the sixth and the others doing the third and fifth in the chord. It was just like a Glenn Miller arrangement." The device had been used by country music-influenced artists in the 1950s. McCartney reflected: "We took it to George Martin and sang'She loves you, yeah, yeeeeeaah...' and that tight little sixth cluster we had at the end. George said:'It's corny, I would never end on a sixth', but we said'It's such a great sound, it doesn't matter'." The Beatles: Complete Scores shows only the notes D and E sung for the final chord, while on the recording McCartney sang G as Harrison sang E and Lennon sang D. The song was recorded on 1 July 1963 using a two-track recording machine, less than a week after it was written.
Documentation regarding the number of takes required and other recording details does not exist. Mixing was carried out on 4 July. Sta
The following is a list of people from Allied countries suspected of treachery or treason during World War II. It is not a list of Nazi war criminals. Kanao Inouye - Guilty, executed on 27 August 1947 Captain Patrick Stanley Vaughan Heenan - Guilty of treason, shot on 13 February 1942, at Keppel Harbour, Singapore. John Amery - Civilian - Guilty of treason, executed on 19 December 1945 George Johnson Armstrong - Civilian - Guilty of treachery, executed on 10 July 1941 Harold Cole - Soldier - A con man and deserter who betrayed escaped airmen and French Resistance members to the Gestapo - killed by French Police 1945. Thomas Haller Cooper - member of Waffen-SS - Guilty of treason, sentence of death was commuted to life imprisonment - released 1953 Oswald John Job - Civilian - London-born son of German parents - "may well have been an informer" within St Denis internment camp- Guilty of treachery, executed on 16 March 1944. William Joyce - Civilian - American-born with Irish ancestry; the Attorney General, Sir Hartley Shawcross argued that Joyce's possession of a British passport though he had misstated his nationality to get it, entitled him until it expired to British diplomatic protection in Germany, therefore he owed allegiance to the King at the time he commenced working for the Germans.
Guilty of treason, executed on 3 January 1946. Nicknamed "Lord Haw-Haw." Dorothy O'Grady - Civilian - Guilty of treachery, sentenced to death but on appeal the sentence was commuted to 14 years’ penal servitude. Roy Walter Purdy - Merchant Navy officer, propaganda broadcaster and informer at Colditz - guilty of treason - reports of his prosecution and trial in'The Times' available at "reprieved on the grounds, in treason rather than... released from prison... in December 1954... went to live with his ‘wife’ and child in Germany" - died in 1982. An alternative version is that'Instead of trying to trace his German wife Margarete and his son, Purdy married his childhood sweetheart, never revealing his childhood past to his wife. For many years he worked as a quality control inspector in an Essex car factory, he died from lung cancer in 1982. A third version is that'Walter Purdy was released from jail in 1954, he had a child called Stephan by a woman called Margaret Weitemeir born near Ravensbruck on 5 April 1945.
Purdy planned to return to her but this never happened. He married his childhood sweetheart called Muriel in 1957 but she soon died, he had a son. Walter Purdy died in Southend during 1982.' The National Archives holds a Foreign Office file relating to a request for assistance in obtaining travel documents to enter the Federal Republic of Germany under reference FO 371/109708, Security Service files on him under references KV 2/259 to KV 2/261, a Home Office file on him under reference HO 45/25798 and a file about his pardon under reference CRIM 1/585/141 Theodore Schurch - Soldier - Guilty of treachery, executed on 4 January 1946 Duncan Scott-Ford - Merchant seaman - Guilty of treachery, executed on 3 November 1942 Jose Estelle Key - Civilian - Guilty of treachery, executed on 7 July 1942 at Wandsworth Prison, England Karel Čurda - Soldier - Guilty of treachery, executed on 29 April, 1947. Betrayer of the Anglo-Czechoslovak army agents responsible for the assassination of top Nazi official Reinhard Heydrich in Prague.
Iva Toguri D'Aquino - Guilty, jailed for 6 years. Pardoned 1977-because of perjured testimony. Died 2006 Herbert John Burgman-Guilty-died in prison 1953 Velvalee Dickinson - Guilty of Spying for the Japanese. Jailed. Died 1980 Mildred Gillars - Guilty, released in 1961. Died 1988 Tomoya Kawakita - Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment, pardoned in 1963 and deported to Japan. Martin James Monti - Guilty and served time in prison post World War II twice 1946-1947 and from 1948 to 1960. Died 2000 Ezra Pound - mentally unfit to stand trial. Died 1972 Robert Henry Best - Guilty, sentenced to life in prison. Died 1952
The Keio Inokashira Line is a railway line operated by the Japanese private railway operator Keio Corporation in the western suburbs of Tokyo, connecting Shibuya in Tokyo with Kichijōji in Musashino City. It is not physically connected to the Keio Main Line Network, but a transfer is available at Meidaimae Station; this line is 1,067 mm gauge, unlike other Keio lines. Keio operates two types of trains on the line: all-stations "Local" or services and limited-stop Express services. During the daytime off-peak, one local and one express operate every 8 minutes on the line. All stations are in Tokyo; the line opened in 1933, dual track connecting Shibuya in Tokyo to Inokashira-kōen, owned by Teito Electric Railway, part of the Odakyu Group. The track gauge used was the same 1,067 mm as for other Odakyu lines, the overhead power supply was 600 V DC; the line was extended to Kichijōji in April 1934. In May 1940, the company merged with the Odakyu Electric Railway, on 1 May 1942, Odakyu merged with Tokyo Yokohama Electric Railway to become a part of Tokyo Kyuko Electric Railway, with the Teito Line renamed the Inokashira Line.
After World War II, Greater Tokyu was divided, the Inokashira Line came under Keio ownership. A line known as the Daita Link Line connected Daita-nichōme Station on the Inokashira Line with Setagaya-Nakahara Station on the Odakyū Odawara Line from June 1945, but this was closed in 1952; the track and overhead wire was removed in 1953, although some traces of the trackbed remain today. Two stations, Tōdaimae and Komaba, closed in July 1965 and were replaced by a new station, Komaba-Tōdaimae Station. From 25 February 1969, following the voltage being increased to 1500 V DC, air-conditioned trains were introduced on the Inokashira Line. From 30 April 1971, the 3000 series trains were lengthened to 5-cars, from 15 December 1971, limited-stop "Express" services started. From 22 February 2013, station numbering was introduced on Keio lines. Inokashira Line stations were numbered prefixed with the letters "IN". Keio 1000 series 5-car EMUs Keio 3000 series 5-car EMUs List of railway lines in Japan This article incorporates material from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia Keio Corporation website
The Tanzer 16 is a Canadian sailboat, designed by Johann Tanzer and first built in 1963. The design is out of production. Derived from the similar 1963 Constellation 16, the Tanzer 16 design was developed into the Overnighter 16 in 1964, by the addition of a cuddy cabin; the boat was built by Tanzer Industries in Canada and remained in production until the company went out of business in 1986. The boat's class association acquired the tooling for the design after Tanzer Industries closed down, but it is unknown if more examples have been produced since then; the Tanzer 16 is a small recreational sailing dinghy, built predominantly of fiberglass, aluminum spars and oiled teak wood trim. It has a fractional sloop rig, with a roller-reefing boom, a transom-hung kick-up rudder, a spooned stem and a kick-up centreboard keel, it has foam flotation. The boat is capable of planing, its broad beam and low centre-of-gravity result in increased stability. The design has a Portsmouth Yardstick racing average handicap of 98.3.
Constellation 16 Original Johann Tanzer design of 1963. Length overall 16.33 ft, displacement 450 lb. Tanzer 16 Renamed Constellation 16, 1900 examples were completed. In production 1963–86. Length overall 16.33 ft, displacement 450 lb. It has storage available in the lazarette and in the cockpit side compartments, as well as on a shelf under the foredeck. Overnighter 16 Development of the Tanzer 16, with the addition of sleeping accommodations in the form of a cuddy cabin, with two bunks. 550 examples were built, starting in 1964. Length overall 16.33 ft, displacement 450 lb. List of sailing boat typesSimilar sailboats Bombardier 4.8 Catalina 16.5 Wayfarer DS-16 Nordica 16 Sirocco 15
Peter Argyris Katsambanis is an Australian politician. He was elected to the Western Australian Legislative Council at the 2013 state election, representing the Liberal Party, taking his seat on 22 May 2013, he resigned in 2017 to contest the Legislative Assembly seat of a contest he won. He was a Liberal member of the Victorian Legislative Council from 1996 to 2002. Katsambanis was born in Melbourne to Argyrios and Nicoletta Katsambanis, attended Windsor Public School, Prahran High School and Melbourne High School, graduating in 1983, he received a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Law from the University of Melbourne before becoming an articled clerk with the Trust Company of Australia. In 1992 he became senior trust officer for ANZ funds management, in 1994 became a solicitor with Perpetual Trustees. In 1995 he founded his own legal firm. A member of the Liberal Party from 1987, he was President of the Toorak Young Liberals. From 1991 to 1992 he was on the Prahran Electorate Council. In 1996, Katsambanis was elected to the Victorian Legislative Council as one of the members for Monash Province.
He served as a backbencher until his defeat in 2002. Katsambanis has been married twice, he is married to former Channel 7 Melbourne TV reporter Karalee Tilvern. They moved to Western Australia in 2010 where Tilvern was educated. At the 2013 state election, Katsambanis was elected to the Western Australian Legislative Council, his term commenced on 22 May 2013. In 2016, following Rob Johnson's resignation from the Liberal Party to sit as an independent, a preselection was held for the safe Liberal seat of Hillarys, contested by Katsambanis and businessman Simon Ehrenfeld. Ehrenfeld won, but the WA Liberal Party's State Council overturned the initial preselection result and named Katsambanis as the Liberal candidate for the seat. Katsambanis went on to defeat Johnson and WA Labor candidate and former councillor Teresa Ritchie in the 2017 state election, achieving 39.63% of the primary vote and 54.09% of the two-party-preferred vote. The election, saw his party lose power to Labor after over eight years in government.
Katsambanis was the subject of nationwide media attention after Johnson released to the media a 2:49am voicemail left on his phone by Katsambanis. After the election, Katsambanis was appointed by new WA Liberal Leader Mike Nahan as the Shadow Minister for Police, Road Safety, Corrective Services and Industrial Relations. In 2017, Katsambanis' electoral office moved to a first-floor office at Hillarys Boat Harbour which lacks disabled access. Former federal MHR and wheelchair bound Vietnam war veteran Graham Edwards complained to the Premier but the office allocation will remain for the present
The Escalante Solar Project is a 240 MWAC photovoltaic power station located about 5 miles north of the town of Milford in Beaver County, Utah. The project was developed by SunEdison, built by Mortenson Construction, commissioned in September 2016; the power is being sold under three separate 20-year power purchase agreements to Rocky Mountain Power which serves customers in Utah and Wyoming. At 1900 acres, it is the largest grouping of photovoltaic generators in the state of Utah; the project is located adjacent to the 306 MW Milford Wind facility. Planning was initiated by the independent renewable energy developer First Wind which began expanding into photovoltaic energy around 2012; the Escalante project comprises the majority of the 320 MW Four Brothers Project, which includes the three co-located 80 MW Escalante units and the 80 MW Enterprise unit located 25 miles west of Cedar City, Utah in Iron County. The land area for each unit ranges from 600 to 700 acres. First Wind and its extensive portfolio of assets in western Utah were acquired by SunEdison and its TerraForm Power yield co in November 2014.
Beginning construction at the time was the 20.2 MW Seven Sisters Project, a dispersed set of ~3 MW facilities throughout Beaver and Iron counties. To finance construction of Four Brothers, SunEdison entered into a joint venture with Dominion Resources; the resulting entity, Dominion Renewable Energy, utilized $150 million from SunEdison and $500 million from Dominion to start construction in July 2015. The two companies extended their joint venture to construct the 210 MW Three Cedars Project, which consists of three sized facilities dispersed to the west of Cedar City, on about the same timeline. Four Brothers was built by Mortenson Construction. SunEdison provided about 1.3 million crystalline silicon solar panels from its team of international suppliers. Work progressed at all four sites, employed an estimated 500 workers, was completed in September 2016. Along with the electricity to power about 90,000 homes, Four Brothers is expected to produce $66 million in property and income taxes for the region over 20 years.
The completed facilities are maintained by Swinerton Renewable Energy. SunEdison filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on April 21, 2016, but was able to complete the project on time with its receipt of $300 million in bankruptcy debt financing. On September 13, 2016 the company was forced to sell its stake in the completed facilities in a fire sale. NRG Energy was the successful bidder. Solar power in Utah List of power stations in Utah