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Январь 30, 2017

On January 30th 1969, the Beatles performed together publicly for the last time on top of Apple Headquarters, at 3 Saville Row, London.

On this day in 1969, The Beatles gave their final live performance, on the roof of Apple Headquarters.

The Beatles were joined by friend and keyboardist Billy Preston for an impromptu concert lasting 42 minutes. The Beatles and Preston played nine takes of five songs before being approached by the Metropolitan Police Service to turn the […]

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Январь 7, 2017

Lennon’s forged Beatle newspaper autographs sell at auction

The front page photo shows Paul McCartney crowning the carnival queen in Northwich, Cheshire, in 1963
An old newspaper with autographs of the Beatles that were forged by John Lennon has sold at auction for £2,000.
A front page photo shows Paul McCartney crowning the carnival queen in Northwich, Cheshire, in 1963.
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Декабрь 8, 2016

Miss you Forever❤️

December 9th, 1961, Palais Ballroom, Aldershot
Today is a sad day, but here’s a ‘very John’ picture - let’s remember and celebrate his life on this day.
We better remember what a beautiful person John was and smile, because that’s what John would like to see - smiles not tears.

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Remembering John.

John during Double Fantasy, August 1980.
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Март 26, 2016

‘Bed Peace’

March 26, 1969: The first ‘Bed Peace’ was held at the Hilton Amsterdam:
“It was a nice high. We were on the seventh floor of the Hilton looking over Amsterdam - it was very crazy, the press came expecting to see us fucking in bed they all heard John Lennon and Yoko Ono were going to […]

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Февраль 7, 2016

February 07, 1964 The Beatles arrive for their first American tour.

February 7, 1964: The Beatles arrived in New York City for their first U.S. visit. They were greeted by more than 2,000 fans at JFK airport. On February 11, two days after their first live U.S. television appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, their first U.S. concert took place at Washington Coliseum, in Washington D.C.

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Январь 31, 2016

Beatles’ Famous Rooftop Concert: 15 Things You Didn’t Know

George’s rosewood ax, mics wrapped in pantyhose and Orson Welles’ alleged son — the wild truth about the Fab Four’s final show

The Beatles‘ rooftop concert was the climax of a project originally titled Get Back. It was conceived as exactly that, a return to their rock roots in a desperate effort to restore unity when business […]

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Январь 30, 2016

The Beatles’ rooftop concert took place on this day in 1969 for what became the climax of their ‘Let It Be’ film.

Январь 9, 2016

10 THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT THE BEATLES’ REVOLVER

First released in the UK on August 5, 1966, the Beatles’ Revolver was born into tumultuous times for the band. The “Bigger Than Jesus” debacle was reaching its height in the United States, as some fans who took John Lennon’s flippant remark about his band’s popularity as heresy burned Beatles records at church rallies.
As for […]

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Ноябрь 27, 2015

Dutchmen fight for Beatles Let it Be tapes; claim wrongful arrest in 2003

Two Dutch Beatles fans are involved in a legal wrangle over their claim to own 504 tapes made during a Beatles recording session in 1969, the Volkskrant reported at the weekend. The two men say the recordings were illegally taken from them by Dutch and British police 12 years ago and should be returned. They […]

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