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Beatles Archive Jul 18
Paul McCartney in Portugal, December 1968- The
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Beatles Archive Jul 15
The . March 1965 in Obertauern, Austria while filming HELP!
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Vicky Swift Jul 17
How’s this for a therapeutic lyrical Venn diagram?
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The Beatles 2h
#1964 ➿ "Musically we were learning a lot. You know, this is where we learned a lot of the music putting together - some of the arrangements and things, you know." - Paul
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fab4_thebeatles Jul 15
The crowd at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles went wild over the weekend, when brought up his former bandmate 🎸 rt
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Lindsay Gordon 17h
Dhani Harrison just opened for ELO. Pretty much the spitting image of his dad.
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Soehanna Hall Jul 15
Most believe “Hey Jude” was written by Paul McCartney to comfort Lennon’s son Julian during his parents’ divorce. John believed that Paul had produced a subliminal message to him in which he blessed John’s new relationship with Yoko Ono.
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Tweet and Shout ♪ Jul 19
♪ with the pepper's 🎸🎵👥👥
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fab4_thebeatles Jul 15
Shadows Of The Beatles (by Paul Madden)
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Beatles Archive Jul 19
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Beatles Archive Jul 19
A Hard Day's Night - The
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Daniela Jul 15
According to CBS News, the sold 1.6 billion singles in the US, and 600 million albums worldwide! Ed Sullivan played a big part in their success.
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The In Tv Studios At Manchester
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The Beatles Jul 14
“There was definitely a movement of people. All I am saying is: we weren’t really trying to cater for that movement - we were just being part of it, as we always had been. I maintain weren’t the leaders of the generation, but the spokesmen.” - Paul
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Beatlemania Jul 20
George Martin told in an interview for Music Week magazine that he wasn't impressed when the Beatles played this song to him for the first time. He said, "Do you know that's too bloody boring for words? It's a dirge. At twice the speed it might sound reasonable."
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Beatles Archive Jul 20
Paul McCartney and George Harrison, Carlisle. 21st November 1963 - The
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