Welcome to BiliolgaMusic.com, the site that features the original song Meet The Beatles, and other songs by Bill Naughton, Jr., and songs by Naughton & Gerolami. Bill is currently recording an album at the Coffeehouse Recording Studio in Middletown, CT which will be titled Meet The Beatles - The First Time Again, and 10 Other Songs by Bill Naughton, Jr., and which has a release date scheduled for April 1, 2014.
Page Two of this site is completely dedicated to Meet The Beatles, the song as well as the songwriter's script outline for the film of the same name, which is in the early stages of development. There's also an interview with the songwriter about where the idea for the song came from and exactly how it was created. It's the Meet The Beatles Home Page! You'll be amazed at what you'll find there!
The Meet The Beatles Home Page has been recently expanded to include a plethora of historical information about the early phase of Beatlemania in the United States, including memorabilia from the private collection of Bill Naughton Jr. It's like a 1964 Beatles Museum, inspired by the very catchy original song Meet The Beatles by Bill Naughton, Jr. Click on the link below to go right there:
The links on the upper left corner of this page will take you directly to one of the other nine pages on this site, or you can use the color links at the top of this page. When you see a audio player, click on the left side of the box to listen. Click on the right side of the audio player to close the box.
About the writers: Bill Naughton, Jr. and Lou Gerolami have been writing together since they first met when both were in college. Bill has always believed that Lou's melodies have a unique and lasting quality, and he has always felt very privileged to have had the opportunity to contribute lyrics to Lou's beautiful, unforgettable and timeless melodies.
Bill's influences include John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Rod McKuen,
Hal David, Jim Croce, and the great Nashville songwriter Bob McDill. Lou lists influences which include Jerry Garcia, Simon & Garfunkel and The Beatles.
On the Featured Songs Page right now you can find six of my newest songs. My most recent song is How'd You Find Me Here, a very simple but heartfelt and emotional song written in a folk song style. The First Time Again is one of my favorite songs and I think it may be the most beautiful song I've ever written. I think this song would be perfect over the end credits of a film with a romantic theme. I'm very proud of this song. Other very recent songs are You Hurt Me Bad This Time, a very gentle ballad, I Wonder If She Feels That Way Tonight, a pretty straight ahead country ballad, Buried In The Blues, which is not a blues but an Americana ukulele song for a female to sing and Tonight Leave The Love Light On is a song which I think has an incredibly catchy rhythm.
**Page 10 has been updated and now it's a pretty easy way to find and listen to a particular song. Page 10 now is called Biliolga Music CDs and Concert Set List. What I've done here is arrange 33 songs on a two full length 12 track CDs of songs written by Bill Naughton, Jr., and a 6 track EP of songs written by Bill Naughton, Jr. and Lou Gerolami. And I've developed a 20 song Set List for concerts that can be presented in public libraries, gazebos, coffee houses, mall courtyards or places like Whole Foods or Barnes and Noble. Click the link above to go directly there:
When you listen to the mp3s on this site, it's important to keep in mind that they are simple, home-made, songwriter's demos, recorded on a Sony ICD-PX820, and intended only to give a rough idea of the potential that the songs may have. Some of these songs are in fact still being crafted. The writers believe that they can never consider a song to be really finished until a final version is produced in a studio recording session. Consider some of the early takes of classic songs that are included on The Beatles Anthology, even a song like Yesterday had some lyrics moved around as the song progressed from demo sessions to a polished recording. In much the same way, some the songs that have been posted here are still evolving, they are works-in-progress. There are even a few songs here for which the entire lyric has been scrapped and completely rewritten while the original melody has remained virtually unchanged.
For those of you who have been invited to visit this site, we hope that you will like the songs that the writers are featuring at this time. Keep checking back because new songs will be uploaded as soon as they are written and a decent demo is produced.
A note about the audio boxes: depending on the speed of the computer you're using, they may need time to load - it's called buffering - and they may stop suddenly while you're listening. If that happens, you'll have to start the song again. Sorry about that. I spoke with Go Daddy but there's nothing that can be done about this, it's just the way it is.
Thank you very much for taking the time to visit my website, BiliolgaMusic.com.
Beatles Magazine became the first to mention the song, Meet The Beatles, with a post that was shared on their multiple sites and formats on January 20, 2014. Thank you to Lovely Rita, Beatles Magazine General Manager!
Great news! I submitted The Official Meet The Beatles Home Page to Beatlelinks.net for consideration and they accepted it for their site!
So now Beatles fans from all over the world will have a chance to link from www.Beatlelinks.net to www.MeetTheBeatles.us. Click on the link below to go to:
Look for the Official Meet The Beatles Home Page, and give it a good rating!
"Thanks for linking back to my site! That's a nice song you wrote,
you sound like
a good long-time fan."
Creator of and Webmaster for www.Beatlelinks.net
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* Bill Naughton, Jr. is a professional broadcaster with over 15 years experience as an air personality at 12 radio stations. In addition to being the creator and original host of the Saturday morning Breakfast With The Beatles show on WWYZ in Connecticut, he worked at both WSIX and WSM-FM in Music City USA, Nashville, Tennessee. Now he is available to provide narration and commercial voice-over work. To see his resume and hear a few voice samples, including demos of 30 second and 60 second radio spots for Yogibo, go to the page titled Radio, Voice Trax, Links. Click on the link below to go right there:
Radio, Voice Trax, Links
Thank you again for checking out my website.
“Don’t ever feel too proud to ask your neighbors for help,
If it looks like it’s too heavy, don’t try lifting it yourself."
Bill Naughton, Jr.
from the song Keep These Little Lessons
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Outside the Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls, New York.
Peace and all good things!
Bill Naughton, Jr.
Christmas Card Photo, 2013
Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013
Christmas Eve, December 24, 2012
Bill Naughton, Jr. with his two beautiful children (10/8/12).
(notice Olga the photographer reflected in the window!)
see Olga's photography at:
Biliolga: Bill and Olga in Washington, D.C. (June 23, 2012)