Abbey Road Mini Documentary Clip

Abbey Road Mini-Documentary Clip

Abbey Road Mini Documentary Clip
Abbey Road Mini Documentary Clip

First issued on 26th September, 1969 Abbey Road was the final Beatles album to be recorded but not their last to be released.

Following the ‘live’ nature of the “Let It Be” recordings, Abbey Road, The Beatles returned to the North London studios to create carefully crafted recordings with ambitious musical arrangements.

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Foreign Object at The Grasp Paul During Teens

The Beatles Weirdness
The Beatles Weirdness

I will discuss about the object that is held by Paul McCartney when he photographs along with John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo, he was holding a small object such as a camera, to be precise camera antiquityA lot of weirdness that is implied from the photograph above:

  1. Foreign objects held by Paul.
  2. Clothes or more often called a coat, paul wearing a gray coat, unlike John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo is wearing a black coat.
  3. Then the objects are also carried by paul, looks like a purse.
I only saw 3 weirdness. Maybe you want to add another oddity that may not be implied in my mind. I am the one of Fans The Beatles, Thanks.

School Board Shooting The Beatles

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A gunman who fired point-blank at school board members before fatally shooting himself had for much of the meeting sat with the rest of the audience, listening to routine business. 

Panama, Florida is great place and The Beatles was here in 1975, really? yes, of course, they sing with their song, like eight days a week, or love-love me do, or yellow submarine, and that's great song, they play a "shoot something", hahaha, i like the beatles, always be my favorite band, yeah, The Beatles.

Pearl Harbor 7 Dec With The Beatles

Pearl Harbor 7 Dec With The Beatles
Pearl Harbor and The Beatles
The attack on Pearl Harbor (called the Hawaii Operation or Operation Z by the Japanese Imperial General Headquarters, and the Battle of Pearl Harbor by some Americans)was a surprise military strike conducted by the Imperial Japanese Navy against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on the morning of December 7, 1941.

The next day the United States declared war on Japan resulting in their entry into World War II. The attack was intended as a preventive action in order to keep the U.S. Pacific Fleet from influencing the war that the Empire of Japan was planning in Southeast Asia, against Britain and the Netherlands, as well as the U.S. in the Philippines. The base was attacked by Japanese aircraft (a total of 353, in two waves) launched from six aircraft carriers.
Pearl Harbor 7 Dec With The Beatles
The Beatles at 7 December

It's same with The Beatles at 7 december :

The following Parlophone-only released UK EPs were considered official at the time of their release and were re-issued on 7 December 1981 on vinyl and 26 May 1992 on CD in the EP Collection boxed-sets but have since been deleted from the current Beatles catalogue. All of the songs from the EPs are now available on various CD releases. Only two of the EPs contained songs that were not also featured on their albums or singles: the Long Tall Sally EP, whose tracks can now be found on the Past Masters CD, and the Magical Mystery Tour EP, whose tracks are on the Magical Mystery Tour CD album.

The Parlophone-only released EPs were re-released on 7 December 1981 as part of a 15-disc EP boxed-set called The Beatles EP Collection, which included all 13 British EPs, both mono and stereo editions of Magical Mystery Tour, and also an EP of four stereo mixes, new to the UK. This rarities EP, called The Beatles EP, contains the following four tracks: "The Inner Light", "Baby, You're a Rich Man", "She's a Woman" and "This Boy". The EP Collection was re-released on 26 May 1992 on compact disc. Magical Mystery Tour peak chart positions were originally listed in the singles chart, not the EP chart.

The Beatles Songs in iTunes Apple

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Fans The Beatles can finally enjoy Beatles songs on Apple devices. The songs of this legendary group can be downloaded at iTunes.

One of the Beatle Ringo Starr did not wait to enjoy this group of songs in iTunes. "Finally, if you want you will get," Ringo said in a statement.

The day before Apple made the statement to provide our customers with exciting surprises. But Apple did not explain in detail. Which was widely circulated rumor states Beatles songs will be enjoyed from iTunes. Both the Beatles' label, EMI and Apple did not comment before the day of H. Finally, these songs became available in iTunes after a long and steep road beyond the negotiating process.

Beatles songs can be purchased for U.S. $ 1.29 per song or album for U.S. $ 19.90 double. Some hits albums like Sgt peppers' Lonely Hearts Club Band, Revolver, Abbey Road became the mainstay to boost digital music sales this quarter. "At the same time save from defaulted debt in March," said a source.

BGC Patners analyst Colin Gillis predicts sales this Bealtles songs can expand sales of the iPod. Especially at this holiday season iPod sales is quite important for the analyst. "Sales up to 20 million iPods would not hurt," said Gillis.

The Beatles label EMI said pernjanjian iTunes-Beatles is the exclusive agreement in 2011. But EMI rejected the agreement will expire in the next year. This agreement finally came after tough negotiations between Apple founder Steve Jobs, Management Beatles, and Beatles label EMI. Among you John Lenon-Yoko Ono, Olivia Harrison, widow of George Harrison, and two living Beatles, Paul McCartney and Starr, have not agreed on whether to allow their music included in a digital format.

The Sing Off Season 2 Premiere Online Like The Beatles

It's like The Beatles Song at 40-50 years ago, it was like a Nuclear Bomb, 10.000.000 peoples happy and glad with their song, love - love me do, or yellow submarine, or eight days a weeks, I'm so surprised with their song, i like it.

So, what's your best song from The Beatles?

The Beatles Facebook Cartoon Profile Pic News

The Beatles Facebook Cartoon Profile Picture.

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Stars Play Beatles Songs Sir Paul McCartney

Stars Play Beatles Songs Sir Paul McCartney
Oprah Winfrey and Paul McCartney

Acts including No Doubt and Dave Grohl played Beatles songs at a US gala on Sunday to celebrate Sir Paul McCartney and other winners of a cultural award.

Sir Paul had earlier received a Kennedy Center honour along with Oprah Winfrey, choreographer Bill T Jones, composer Jerry Herman and singer Merle Haggard.

Receiving his medallion at a White House dinner on Saturday, Sir Paul said "great things just come in bundles".

The ex-Beatle was at the US President's home in June to receive another award.

"I am a big fan of this president, and I think he's a great man who's got some difficulties," Sir Paul said at Saturday's event, hosted by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

"I'm very honoured to be with him and his family, and I'm also a big fan of Hillary's too."

Sunday night's concert, held at Washington arts venue the Kennedy Center, was filmed by US network CBS for broadcast later this month.

Gwen Stefani, dressed in a Beatles-style suit, sang The Fab Four classic Hello, Goodbye at the event with her band No Doubt.

They were followed by Grohl and Norah Jones' performance of Sir Paul's solo track Maybe I'm Amazed.

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler sang a medley of songs from the Beatles' 1969 album Abbey Road.

Singer-songwriter James Taylor and gospel vocalist Mavis Staples then closed the show with Let It Be and Hey Jude, bringing Sir Paul and President Obama to their feet.

Earlier in the show, Julia Roberts, Barbara Walters and John Travolta took to the stage to pay tribute to US talk show host Winfrey.

Roberts said: "It's a universal conversation starter - 'Did you see what was on Oprah today?'

"The first time I heard of a better-fitting bra or a fascinating politician named Barack Obama was on The Oprah Winfrey Show."

Elsewhere Angela Lansbury and Kelsey Grammer performed songs written by Jerry Herman for such shows as Hello, Dolly! and La Cage aux Folles.

Sunday night's concert was proceeded by a White House reception for the honourees where Mr Obama said they were being recognised not just for being "great lyricists or songwriters or dancers or entertainers".

"They're being honoured for their unique ability to bring us closer together and to capture something larger about who we are."

Sir Paul, he continued, had become "something of a regular here in the White House" after accepting the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song earlier this year.

He said that when Sir Paul had sung the Beatles song Michelle to his wife earlier in the year, it had been "the thrill of a lifetime" for the First Lady.

Source : BBC - The Beatles

The Beatles Lapis Lazuli 2010 Lossless

The Silver Beatles AKA Quarrymen LAPIS LAZULI
The Silver Beatles AKA Quarrymen LAPIS LAZULI
The Beatles - Lapis Lazuli (2010)[Lossless]
2CD | Full HQ Artwork | 33 FLAC Tracks | 44.1Khz-16Bits | 2 Channels | 432MB (HF-FS-FSn)
Genre: Rock | Released time: 2010 | Label: Misterclaudel

Misterclaudel is a modern Japanese Label, releasing its first discs in 2003. Its also goes on the pseudonyms Piccadilly Circus and WWII amongst others. This label offers a comprehensive live collection of Beatles historic concerts, as well as a scattering of studio sessions and other recordings...

This 2CD set brings together (not for the first time) most of the early recordings of the early Beatles (Quarrymen / Beatals) from 1957-1960. These recordings are very important historically, but are not the best in terms of sound quality - but listening to John, Paul and George jamming over 50 years ago does have an exciting edge to it. In some of these sessions they play some songs that would later be re-worked for Beatles releases, such as Ill Follow The Sun which is probably the highlight of this set.
There is nothing new here really, this release is almost identical to the Purple Chick release Strong Before Our Birth, and does not in my opinion offer a significant upgrade in sound quality to previous sets of these recordings - but as ever Miserclaudel offers a superbly presented set, with excellent quality artwork and all round presentation.
Disc 1
Woolton Fete, St. Peter's Parish Church Hall
Woolton Liverpool July 6th,1957
1. Puttin' On The Style
2. Baby Let's Play House
First Recordings
P.F. Phillips' Studio Liverpool mid-1958
3. That'll Be The Day
4. In Spite Of All The Danger
BBC Broadcast September 12th, 1985
5. That'll Be The Day
Home Recordings
Paul's House Forthlin Road Liverpool, circa April, 1960
6. Instrumental #1
7. Instrumental #2
8. Instrumental #3 (aka "Turn The Switches Off")
9. Cayenne
10. Come On People (aka "An Important Number")
11. I Don't Need No Cigarette, Boy
12. Well Darling
13. I Don't Know
Disc 2
Home Recordings
Paul's House Forthlin Road Liverpool, circa July,1960
1. Hallelujah I Love Her So #1
2. Hallelujah I Love Her So #2
3. One After 909 #1
4. Movin' And Groovin'
5. Ramrod
6. Instrumental #1
7. You'll Be Mine
8. Unknown * Matchbox
9. I Will Always Be In Love With You
10. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
11. That's When Your Heartaches Begin
12. Instrumental #2
13. Wildcat #1
14. One After 909 #2
15. Some Days
16. You Must Write Every Day
17. John Speaking
18. I'll Follow The Sun
19. Hello Little Girl
20. Wildcat #2