PATRICIA IS INVITING YOU ON A JOURNEY TO AN UNKNOWN LAND OF GLITTER, COLOUR AND CELEBRATION - 22/03/22
Oyé, oyé ladies and damsels, it's time for a newsletter that's full of fireworks and glitter.
Since a picture is worth a thousand words, as a guy with a reputation in the intellectual world would say, I'll let you be the judge of my propensity to send you glitters.
Before telling you about what happened on March 22nd, I wanted to give you a word of advice. Watch I Complessi.
An Italian anthology film in 3 acts. The first and third are masterpieces and well worth the effort of watching the second, which is far from rubbish. You're welcome.
It's been a long while since your favourite newsletter featured the Fab Four. Now it's time, because it was on March 22nd that The Beatles' Please Please Me shot to No. 1 in the charts. It was their first interstellar hit, and it made them one of the decade's biggest stars.
This song was exclusively written by Lennon, who wrote it as a tribute to his absolute idol, Roy Orbison. Roy you know is the guy who wrote Pretty Woman.
But better still, it was he who inspired that chilling, goosebump-inducing sequence in Blue Velvet. I'm attaching a Youtube link to the video, of course. It's also his best song. David's good, you can't take that away from him.
And there you have it: