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The Ultimate Gift For A Beatles Fan

By Jamyra Perry

The first pressing of The Beatles White Album is up for sale.

For years, it was thought that John Lennon was the owner of the first pressing when in fact it was Ringo Starr who owned it. 138 more words


The Beatles

November 22, 1968: The Beatles release The Beatles. The double album was released in a sleeve which was white and contained only the name of the band/title embossed on the front cover. 695 more words


New Album : The White Album - The Durutti Column & Donnie Vie

Rockstar Donnie Vie (Enuff Znuff) released “The White Album” with The Durutti Column featuring the amazing “Imagine” by John Lennon in his own version.

The Album was already out December 2014, but now in a Deluxe Edition featuring that incredible John Lennon-song. 7 more words


What if the Beatles Didn't Break Up in 1970?

Last month, John Lennon would have turned 75 years old. Next month will mark 35 years since he was murdered by a deranged lunatic. Next month will also mark 14 years since George Harrison died of lung cancer. 835 more words

A Sentence About Every Track from The White Album

By Andrew McIlvaney and Alastair Craig

(Originally published on Foul Papers November 11, 2015)

Back in the USSR: A strong opener that gets even better when you fix your right earphone and realise there’s a guitar solo there, not just 13 uncomfortable seconds of Paul breathlessly “yeah”ing and “woo”ing into the void. 1,085 more words

A. D. McIlvaney

White Album

This anime is about Fujii Touya a college student who is dating a rising idol singer named Morikawa Yuki. I started watching this anime because the second season already finished airing, I have read online that the two seasons’ plot are not really connected, the songs in the second season are sung by the characters in season one is what I have read, and I also read that the season 1 was really good, so I started watching. 163 more words


TMBP Extra: Celebrate anything you want

Three years ago in this space, we celebrated Paul McCartney’s 70th birthday with a brief look back at the period between June 18, 1968 and 1969, a stretch that straddled the Get Back/Let It Be sessions that we explore here. 548 more words

Paul McCartney