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 Beatles: books
Beatles Illustrated Lyrics, The - Edited by Alan Aldridge - 267 pgs (1991) - SC - Macdonald and Co. Ltd, London and Sydney/Houghton Mifflin Seymour Lawrence.
Beatles London, The - Piet Schreuders - Mark Lewisohn - Adam Smith - 128 pgs (1994) - SC - Hamlyn
- John Burke - (based on the original screenplay by Alun Owen) - 121 pgs (1964) - (First Printing) - SC - Pan Books Ltd, London
www.beatlemoney.com /books.htm   (10607 words)

  
 Beatles: books
Beatles Illustrated Lyrics, The - Edited by Alan Aldridge - 267 pgs (1991) - SC - Macdonald and Co. Ltd, London and Sydney/Houghton Mifflin Seymour Lawrence.
Beatles “Get Back”, The - Text by Jonathan Cott and David Dalton - Photographs by Ethan A Russell - unpaginated (1969) - (Companion to the British release of the "Let It Be" LP) - SC - Apple Publishing, London.
Beatles Gear, The: All The Fab Four's Instruments, From Stage To Studio - Andy Babiuk - (Foreword by Mark Lewisohn) - 256 pgs (2001) - (First Edition) - HC - DJ - Backbeat Books/Outline Express, Lmt., London.
www.beatlemoney.com /books.htm   (10607 words)

  
 BeatleLinks - Collection
During this very early period, the American press were spelling the name of the Beatles wrongly, therefore notice "Beatles" misspelled as "Beattles." Other misspelled words on the cablegram, that were changed by hand at the time, are the words "London" and "Dollars," all of which add to the cablegram's authenticity and the period.
The letter was sent to "Brian Epstein, Nems Enterprises Ltd., Sutherland House, 5/6 Argyle St., London W1 England" dated July 20th, 1964.
The cablegram was sent to Brian Epstein, Nems Enterprises Ltd., Sutherland House, 5th floor, 5/6 Argyle St., W1, from Norman Weiss, executive of General Artists Corp., and who organized The Beatles' first American tour.
www.beatlelinks.net /pages/collection.html   (2734 words)

  
 radio
Postman 2:11 10.07.1963 BBC Aeolian Hall, London BBC "Pop Go The Beatles" (7) 30.07.1963 Live On British Radio Vol.
335 To Know Her Is To Love Her 2:52 16.07.1963 BBC Paris Theatre, London BBC "Pop Go The Beatles" (8) 06.08.1963 Live On British Radio Vol.
270 She Loves You 2:30 16.07.1963 BBC Paris Theatre, London BBC "Pop Go The Beatles" (9) 13.08.1963 6 20.08.63 Live On British Radio Vol.
www.beepworld.de /members21/bitlestakes/radio.htm   (2734 words)

  
 The Beatles 1967-1970 (UK, 1973)
Recorded: January 19, 1967 (basic track) and February 10, 1967 (orchestral track) at Abbey Road, London, England with the final-chord ending overdubbed February 22, 1967
Recorded: February 1, 1967 at Abbey Road, London, England with overdubbing February 2, March 3, and March 6, 1967
Recorded: April 25, 1967 at Abbey Road, London, England with overdubs added April 26-27, 1967 (vocals), May 3, 1967 (trumpets), and November 7, 1967
www.geocities.com /dsmurashev.geo/discography/a_15.htm   (956 words)

  
 The Beatles 1962-1966 (UK, 1973)
Recorded: April 28, 1966 at Abbey Road, London, England with vocals overdubbed April 29, 1966 and another McCartney vocal added June 6, 1966
Recorded: May 26, 1966 at Abbey Road, London, England with special effects overdubbed June 1, 1966
Recorded: April 13, 1966 at Abbey Road, London, England with an overdub added April 14, 1966
www.geocities.com /dsmurashev.geo/discography/a_14.htm   (458 words)

  
 Cinema Treasures London Pavilion
To Keith: All four of the Beatles' feature pictures had their world premieres at the London Pavilion, with the Beatles in attendance at all of them, except "Let It Be", despite the crowds that thronged there awaiting their arrival.
It closed on April 26, 1981 and despite some pleas to have it returned to theater usage, the London Pavilion was sold and all but the outside walls demolished to have a shopping mall constructed inside.
I only wish they would put back the "hoardings" (as billboards are called in England) on the London Pavillion.
cinematreasures.org /theater/2496   (484 words)

  
 Hyde Park, London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On July 20, 1982 in Hyde Park and Regent's Park, London two bombs linked to the IRA caused the death of Seven horses and eight members of the Household Cavalry and the Royal Green Jackets.
In addition, the photography for the Beatles album Beatles for Sale occurred at Hyde Park in autumn of 1964.
The land was acquired by Henry VIII in 1536 from the monks of Westminster Abbey.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hyde_Park,_London   (484 words)

  
 BBC NEWS England London Films shown at Abbey Road studios
London's legendary Abbey Road studios will be opening to the public for a series of film screenings next month.
Sir Edward Elgar conducted the historic recording of Land of Hope and Glory by the London Symphony Orchestra at the opening of Studio 1 in 1931.
Made famous by The Beatles, the studios are to be transformed into a temporary cinema for a two-week season of films which have been scored there.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/london/4172747.stm   (484 words)

  
 London Beatles and Rock and Roll Walking tours, Abbey Road, Beatles places in London
The Beatles 'Magical Mystery Tour Walk' has been called 'Quintessential London' by Fodor's London 2004
RICHARD recaptures the era when London was the cultural capital of the world and the Fab Four were its rulers.
"There are places I'll remember all my life", sang the Beatles in one of their most evocative songs.
www.beatlesinlondon.com   (221 words)

  
 Live from London
When we were planning this trip, I hadn't stopped to consider the Beatles aspect of things, as I figured most of their surroundings would be in Liverpool, and we were hours from there.
Below, me at the crosswalk made famous by the Beatles, Photos © 2005 by Tony Gonzalez.
London is a truly interesting place, with lovely parks, incredible monuments, and a diverse culture.
homepage.mac.com /tonygonzalez/blogwavestudio/LH20050920044917/LHA20050923010210   (613 words)

  
 Britain Travel : Best cities, London, Wales, Liverpool and Manchester
Liverpool was the birthplace of the Beatles, and the two-hour Magical Mystery Tour, which visits Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields and the houses where the Beatles grew up is justly popular.
It is the second biggest retail centre after London, and don't miss the elegant sights from the art nouveau legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
About 119 miles west of London are the 'twin' cities of Bath and Bristol.
www.europeetravel.com /britain/articles/britain-best-cities.htm   (898 words)

  
 The Beatles - Beatles Music
Meet the members of this Beatles tribute band.
Beatles London news and information service, with tributes and photograph gallery.
Information on the "Breakfast with The Beatles" radio program on 99.5 FM in Colorado.
www.thebeatleshelp.com /beatlesmusic   (564 words)

  
 Beatles links to Beatles pages, Beatles tributes, Beatles sites, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, tribute bands, FabFour shrines
Beatles In London Details of the acclaimed Beatles London Walking Tours - as seen on the 'Beatlemania Britain' TV show on the Travel Channel and in 'Beatles Monthly' magazine.
Beatles Tribute Band The Beatles Tribute Band, formerly known as The Counterfeit Beatles, is regarded by many as the UK's finest.
Homenaje A The Beatles - A Beatles Tribute from Argentina.
www.beatles.ws /linka-z.htm   (564 words)

  
 London Beatles News, London Beatles Walks
An open casting call for the lead male role for a new musical featuring the music of The Beatles will be held in Liverpool on May 6th and in London on May 11th.
Beatles classic are among the fifty recordings selected for the second annual induction into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry.
The Salvation Army Children's Home in Liverpool immortalised by The Beatles is due to close.
www.fabfour.addr.com   (564 words)

  
 BBC - The Live 8 Event - Your comments on the London Hyde Park event
Macca playing Beatles songs at the end was just what we wanted, in fact it made you wish that he had opened the show with Ringo on drums, and that they went through the Beatles back catalogue for the next 10 hours.
I hope it convinces the world governments and leaders to rethink their strategies in helping these poor children.If each performer and crowd member in Hyde Park could stop for one moment and imagine half of the crowd being children and dying from stavation, then maybe the message will be all the more powerful.
Hi just thought i'd say what a fab show, I was at the live aid concert 20 yrs ago and hoped i'd be in hyde park today, But still having a a good time and hope this ends poverty for good.
www.bbc.co.uk /music/thelive8event/haveyoursay/londoncomments.shtml   (564 words)

  
 Beatles Days
After 5 years of The London Beatles Day bringing fans in to the capital of England, fans & collectors who often had a 2-3 hour journey to get there, were pleased to hear about the birth of The Beatles Road Show!!!
In 1995 The Beatles Road Show was born!!!
Our main event outside London is staged at the Carrs Lane church centre in Birmingham, an event founded in 1987.
www.beatlesdays.com /roadshows.php   (121 words)

  
 TIME 100: The Beatles
Ed Sullivan, the poker-faced TV variety-show host, having spotted the effervescent moptops in mid-mob scene at London's Heathrow Airport the previous October ("Who the hell are the Beatles?" he'd asked excitedly), brought them over to play his show early on, in February 1964, and 70 million people tuned in.
For the Beatles were then, and remain to this day, the world's most astonishing rock-'n'-roll band.
The Beatles pose with an American flag in a Paris photo studio prior to their first visit to the United States in January 1964
www.time.com /time/time100/artists/profile/beatles.html   (462 words)

  
 Tom Murray
Tom agreed kindly to talk about his life and work and about the day he photographed The Beatles.
Tom: Photography is the eyes of the past and present.
Tom has 250 of each and has now made these photographs available as limited editions, available for sale worldwide.
www.retrosellers.com /features35.htm   (462 words)

  
 The Beatles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Beatles' contribution was transmitted live from the EMI studios at Abbey Road in London, and their Song All You Need Is Love was recorded live during the show.
The Beatles were a pop and rock music group from Liverpool, England, who continue to be held in the very highest regard for their artistic achievements, their huge commercial success, and their groundbreaking role in the history of popular music.
Later Beatles material shifted away from dance music and the pace of the songs is often more moderate, with interest tending to come from melody and harmonic texture rather than the rhythm ("Penny Lane" from 1967 is an example).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Beatles   (8012 words)

  
 Beatle Sites
Many thanks to Mark Lewisohn, Piet Schreuders and Adam Smith for their indispensable book, "The Beatles London," and to Ron Jones for his "The Beatles' Liverpool." The two books were my guides to all of the Beatle locations, and are great companions for any Beatles journey.
Thanks also to Natasha Gay of the University of Liverpool Institute of Popular Music, to Beatle walking tour legend Richard Porter, to Chris Buchanan of Abbey Road Studios, and to Mark A. Schneegurt for his helpful Hamburg Beatles website.
Pictures from the 1998, 1999, 2002 and 2004 Beatles in England classes.
www.music.indiana.edu /som/courses/rock/england.html   (129 words)

  
 Boomkat - Your independent music specialist
Matt is the technical brain that keeps the site going, part of the Default (London) crew and, evidently, very much into good tunes.
Originating from the home of the Beatles, Rhys now works at baked goods.
It's been a busy year for miles - working at Baked Goods, keeping his legendary DJ sets forever evolving and releasing his first EP as one half of Pendle Coven.
www.boomkat.com /charts.cfm?chartID=1   (129 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - You can meet The Beatles again on DVD
Forty years ago this Friday, a vacationing Ed Sullivan happened to witness The Beatles returning from a European tour to 15,000 hysterical teens at the London airport.
The Ed Sullivan Shows Featuring The Beatles, a two-disc DVD released today on Sofa Home Entertainment ($29.95), rescues the pivotal period in four digitally restored episodes, starting with the band's seismic debut on Feb. 9, 1964, before a record TV audience of 73 million.
The Beatles' exuberant noise swept the rest of the bill into mothballs.
www.usatoday.com /life/music/news/2003-10-27-beatle-dvd_x.htm   (555 words)

  
 The Beatles Discography
On the left is a shot of the Beatles' February 11 performance at the Coliseum in Washington D.C. On the right, the Beatles stand in front of a mural in the lobby of London's Twickenham Film Studios during the filming of A Hard Day's Night.
The Beatles are chased around the world by the Kahili who want to kill Ringo while Foot and Algernon, a pair of mad scientists, try to steal the ring for themselves.
With the Beatles was the first album on which they were able to experiment with the new technology of double-tracking.
webhome.idirect.com /~faab/AbbeyRoad/disc.htm   (4789 words)

  
 BBC - Comedy Guide - Rutland Weekend Television
The title Rutland Weekend Television - both a reference to Britain's smallest county, Rutland, which had disappeared in 1974 with the redrawing of boundaries, and a pun on the ITV Friday-Sunday franchise for the capital, London Weekend Television - was suggested by John Cleese, who, according to Idle, was paid £1 for his trouble.
The film was a triumph from the first frame to the last, and a resounding success not only for Idle but also for Innes, who provided a slew of spot-on Beatles song parodies, leading to a hit album and singles; a very-long-awaited sequel album was issued in 1996.
The concept of using a television network as a launch-pad for the sketches allowed Idle a great deal of scope to tap various subjects and areas, but, ironically, his elaborate plans were undermined by the small budget allocated to the series by the BBC.
www.bbc.co.uk /comedy/guide/articles/r/rutlandweekendte_1299002724.shtml   (809 words)

  
 blogging a dead horse
Thus it was, in 1967, that the Beatles gave the first airing of the Sgt. Pepper album to Radio London, a station bobbling on the waves somewhere off the coast near Margate.
The news that the Mayor of London (Ken Livingstone) is repealing the law that states all flags to be flown at half mast on the 4th July is welcome.
As the Sixties saw the explosion of the new 'pop' music that appealed to the younger generation in such vast numbers, there was a vacuum waiting to be filled, as the BBC felt it complied with its commitment to the nation's youth by playing an Andy Williams track from time to time.
www.stupidlyhappy.com /archives/2003_07.html   (6181 words)

  
 TV review: Beatles' `Anthology' magical and historical
Anthology is full of their music, from the scratchy tape of their first group incarnation as the Quarry Men to their last Beatles concert on a London rooftop.
Up-front and straight-on, the Beatles have done this show their way "to set the record straight."Obviously, though, since they had total control, it's a one-way view, the record according to Paul, George, Ringo and Ono, with footnotes from record producer George Martin and a few others.
If the Beatles had happened in another age, they might not have happened at all, suggests Joos Holland, the pianist, composer and off-camera interviewer who prodded Paul, Ringo and George into these insightful reveries.
www.chron.com /content/chronicle/features/95/11/17/beatles.html   (800 words)

  
 CNN.com - Beatles set record straight in 'Beatles Anthology' book - September 5, 2000
LONDON (AP) -- A new book by the surviving members of the Beatles seeks to put an end to questions over the group's demise, saying it was definitely John Lennon who called it quits first.
In "The Beatles Anthology" -- excerpts of which were published in Britain's Sunday Telegraph newspaper this week -- Sir Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr aim to set the record straight about the band's journey from Liverpool teen-agers to rock legends.
The book, to be published in Britain and the United States in October, is the product of six years of work by the trio, the Sunday Telegraph said when it announced the project last spring.
www.cnn.com /2000/books/news/09/05/people.beatles.ap/index.html   (591 words)

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