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The BEATLES

The BEATLES

LAST LIVE PERFORMANCE TOGETHER EVER

On The ROOFTOP of ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS

“DON’T LET ME DOWN”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Paul George & RIngo

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JOHN LENNON

"Is there a letter in your bag for me?"

Originally recorded and performed by the Marvelettes in 1961, “Please Mr. Postman” was a song that helped put an end to 1950’s rock & roll as everyone knew it by introducing the rise of Rock which would take over the 1960s. 671 more words

It's Only Love

“It’s Only Love” was written as an album track for the movie “Help”. It was not released as a single. Paul McCartney has said that the Beatles knew the lyrics weren’t all that good, but didn’t care because it was a “filler” track. 16 more words

Guitar

Going to the Movies with John Lennon - Sorta Of...

It happened on September 30, 1976. Martin Ritt’s film, The Front, starring Woody Allen, opened that day at the Coronet theater in New York. I have been, and still am, a huge Woody Allen fan since his standup days when I first saw him on the… 443 more words

Film

Your Weekly, Sunday Interlude: The Beatles' "Flying"

Label me as you wish but if you don’t choose The Beatles as the best band ever or pick them over the Rolling Stones, you might as well not be a vegan. 110 more words

Debra Strege

Ladies and Gentleman...THE BEATLES!

With all the fervor for the Beatles going on because of the new Ron Howard documentary, Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years (of which I fully plan on writing a review), I thought I would share my experience with the Beatles and how they have profoundly changed my life. 706 more words

Music

Classic Rock Almanac September 25, 2016

ANNIVERSARIES

2008-Paul McCartney performs before 40-thousand people at the outdoor Friendship First concert in Tel Aviv. The show begins with The Beatles‘ “Hello Goodbye” and ends more than two hours later with “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” It’s McCartney’s first-ever performance in Israel. 344 more words

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