John Lennon Greatest Artworks

John Lennon Greatest Artworks
John Lennon Greatest Artworks
A Print by John Lennon was one of more than 150 artworks to go under the hammer during a massive art auction held in Darwin at the weekend.

But Framed gallery owner Anne Phelan was surprised an array of Beatles' memorabilia did not sell on Friday night.

The print of a purple elephant was valued at $1650, but it was passed in after no one bid $800.
Yesterday, Ms Phelan's phone was ringing with bidders who realised they had missed out on a bargain on Friday night.
Jayne Bade, of Brinkin, who purchased five paintings by contemporary Australian artists, regretted not bidding.
"We bought too many by the time this came up," Ms Bade said.

Julie O'Brien, of Coconut Grove, put in a bid yesterday after hesitating too long on Friday night and regretting that she didn't make an initial offer.
"It was up so quickly and it got passed in," she said.
The piece was one of a number of drawings Lennon made for his infant son, Sean. After his death, his wife Yoko Ono had them made into prints.
The purple elephant had been "lurking" in Ms Phelan's storeroom since she held an exhibition of Lennon's sketches in 2007.
"People were shocked there was a John Lennon on offer because few people knew he was an artist, which was always his first love," she said.
Ms Phelan sold about 140 pieces on Friday night, but some of the big names were not budging.
A painting by actor and comedian Barry Humphries was passed in after it did not get a bid above $2000. In Sydney, the man behind Dame Edna can sell his works for up to $30,000.
Ms Phelan expects more prints by John Lennon before Christmas.

Ringo Starr Home Standing Upright

Ringo Starr Home
Ringo Starr Home

The atmosphere of dramatic happens when the British Ministry of Housing to cancel the demolition of the home of former The Beatles drummer, Ringo Star. The decision quickly was made ​​11 hours before the execution carried out.

The same thing applied to the 200 houses located in the Welsh Streets, Dingle, Liverpool. Besides Ringo Starr, who was so happy with the decision of the British government of course a big fan of the Beatles.

Fans do not hesitate to praise the decision of termination of demolition. Apparently known to dismantling it without getting permission from the Department of Communities and local government local.

Earlier, Liverpool City Council Planning Committee has canceled the request rejection and approve demolition demolition permit done. However, the British Minister for Housing, Grants Shapps immediately confront the ruling with the consideration of environmental impact analysis requirement.

Implementation of these studies allows a delay demolition for 12 months. The decision was officially sent to the Ministry of Housing through electronic mail and formal letter received by Liverpool City Council Planning Committee.

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Lady Gaga, John Lennon, One Fate

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga
Pop singer Lady GaGa equate himself with the legendary The Beatles, John Lennon. According to him, as happened to Lennon, he always felt unhappy and dissatisfied when it has completed the works of his songs.
The singer of 'Bad Romance' was admitted, during the time he fought against the perfectionism that always menghinggapinya. GaGa said, he is almost impossible to feel satisfied with the outcome of his songs - just as Lennon.

"I am constantly dissatisfied with my work. Although I may tell you that the song 'Edge of Glory' is the biggest pop masterpiece, but still there are certain things from the song that made ​​me worry, "says GaGa, as quoted femalefirst.

Gaga said, he always can see the drawback of each of his songs. "Whenever I hear it, I know where the deficiencies were," he said. GAGA sometimes repeatedly listening to his songs, only to meet again with dissatisfaction that.

"On John Lennon in 1980 interview published in Playboy magazine, Lennon also spoke about how he hates certain songs when the song was finished. Maybe just the songs that he hated it, including my favorite song, but Lennon did not like it, "closed GaGa. (VivaNews)

Real The Beatles Discography 2

Before reading Real The Beatles Discography #2, read the previous article Real The Beatles Discography #1.

The Beatles Discography

Single: Please Please Me / Ask Me Why

Release Date: January 11, 1963
Catalog Number: R 4983 (Mono)
Record Label: Parlophone
Highest Chart Position (UK): # 2
Song List
SIDE 1: Please Please Me (McCartney-Lennon)
SIDE 2: Ask Me Why (McCartney-Lennon)

LP: Please Please Me

Release Date: March 22, 1963
Catalog Number: PMC 1202 (Mono)
PCS 3042 (Stereo)
Record Label: Parlophone
Highest Chart Position (UK): # 1
Song List
- I Saw Her Standing There (McCartney-Lennon)
- Misery (Lennon-McCartney)
- Anna (Go To Him) (Alexander)
- Chains (Goffin-King)
- Boys (Dixon-Farrell)
- Ask Me Why (McCartney-Lennon)
- Please Please Me (McCartney-Lennon)
- Love Me Do (McCartney-Lennon)
- P.S. I Love You (McCartney-Lennon)
- Baby It's You (David-Williams-Bacharach)
- Do You Want To Know A Secret (McCartney-Lennon)
- A Taste Of Honey (Scott-Marlow)
- There's A Place (McCartney-Lennon)
- Twist And Shout (Medley-Russell)

Single: From Me To You / Thank You Girl

Release Date: 12 April 1963
Catalog Number: R 5015 (Mono)
Record Label: Parlophone
Highest Chart Position (UK): # 1
Song List
SIDE 1: From Me to You (McCartney-Lennon)
SIDE 2: Thank You Girl (McCartney-Lennon)

Twist and Shout
EP: Twist And Shout

Release Date: July 12, 1963
Catalogue Number: GEP 8882 (Mono)
Record Label: Parlophone
Highest Chart Position (UK): # 1
Song List
- Twist And Shout (Medley-Russell)
- A Taste Of Honey (Scott-Marlow)
- Do You Want To Know A Secret (McCartney-Lennon)
- There's A Place (McCartney-Lennon)

Article The Beatles Discography will be continue, so don't miss it.

Real The Beatles Discography 1

The Beatles Discography
The Beatles Discography #1

During his career (1962-1970) the world they have released many recordings from various labels and countries, but basically, only in the United Kingdom was the recording of the Beatles was released as the standard, the basic idea n what they want. In other countries especially the U.S. of their songs released in the  compilation and Artwork differently so that not infrequently The Beatles feel their work raped by a record label.

Well, in this post I intend to describe Discography "original" of The Beatles during their career. If we are generally present him if the Beatles has 13 albums plus a compilation of songs non-album like recently re-released in "The Beatles Stereo Set" so here we will see little difference. Official discography of The Beatles now is the standardization of their world discography of 12 original albums from the UK plus one compilation album U.S. output (Magical Mystery Tour), plus a compilation of songs-lagunon their album (The Beatles Past Master Vol I and II). Magical Mystery Tour in the UK originally released in EP format. Format Era EP and single on the CD are considered less effective, so that these formats are removed from the official discography and replaced with a compilation album.
Before I continue it's good to know that The Beatles released their music in the form of Vinyl / Black with 3 disc formats, namely:
Single, a 7-inch vinyl, each side beris 1 song.
EP (Extended Play), the same as a 7-inch singles, but each side contains more songs, which is 2 songs.
LP (Long Play), Vinyl measuring 12 inches, each side can contain 50-10 songs (If today's popular with the terms Album)
The following are recordings Music of the Beatles during their career (1962-1970), sorted by time of release, calculated from the first time they are binding contracts with Parlophone, a subsidiary of EMI Records, which overshadow the Beatles:

Single: Love Me Do / P.S. I Love You

Release Date: October 5, 1962
Catalog Number: R 4949 (Mono)
Record Label: Parlophone
Highest Chart Position (UK): # 17
Song List
SIDE 1: Love Me Do (Lennon-McCartney)
SIDE 2: P.S. I Love You (Lennon-McCartney)

Continue to : Real The Beatles Discography #2

The Beatles Albums List

The Beatles
The Beatles

As we know, The Beatles are band's "the past" that we will never forget. The songs are beautiful, the music is so match with the lyrics make you feel flying in the air when listen it.

The Beatles itself has a lot to put an album like "A Hard Day's Night" (my favorite album). When counted, they've released many albums, even arguably the album that they made are the best album of all time.
Here's a list of The Beatles Albums they have made:

  1. Please Please Me - 1963
  2. A Hard Day's Night - 1964
  3. Beatles For Sale - 1964
  4. Help! - 1965
  5. Rubber Soul - 1965
  6. Revolver - 1966
  7. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - 1967
  8. Magical Mystery Tour - 1967
  9. The Beatles (The White Album) - 1968
  10. Abbey Road - 1969
  11. Let It Be - 1970
  12. Past Masters. Volume One - 1988
  13. Past Masters. Volume Two - 1988
  14. Live At The BBC. Disk 1 - 1994
  15. Live At The BBC. Disk 2 - 1994
  16. Anthology 1 - 1995
  17. Anthology 2 - 1996
  18. Anthology 3 - 1996
  19. The Beatles 1 - 2000
  20. Let It Be... Naked - 2003
  21. Love - 2006
  22. Across The Universe [Soundtrack] - 2007

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This article finally reached the end of the show, thanks for taking the time who have entered the blog of The Beatles Albums.

The Beatles T-Shirt Design

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Let's check it out :

Revolver T-Shirt Design

Yellow Submarine T-Shirt Design

Help T-Shirt Design

One T-Shirt Design

SGT. Pepper T-Shirt Design

Please-Please Me T-Shirt Design

Rubber Soul T-Shirt Design

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John Lennon on Facebook and Twitter

John Lennon
John Lennon
The name of John Lennon difficult to forget as the frontman of the Beatles. If Lennon was alive today, how about his response to Facebook or Twitter?

It may be that Lennon would be very fond of both the social networking site. It is highly believed by Lennon's wife, Yoko Ono.

"He will send statements and messages and opinions all the time for everything," said Ono as reported by the NYDailyNews, Wednesday (12/29/2010).

"Yes, he will indeed be 70 years old, but she still wanted to know about all the things that is happening," Ono added in an interview with other media, dailymail.

Indeed, if John Lennon was still alive and have a Facebook or Twitter account, obviously he's going to have very many fans. But unfortunately, the legend has gone.

John Lennon's First Ferrari Auctions

John Lennon's First Ferrari Auctions
John Lennon's First Ferrari Auctions
Although long gone, a big name John Lennon is still able to attract anyone. And for the fans, the first car owned by Lennon seems worthy to be coveted.

Ferrari 330 GT 2 +2 Coupe Lennon purchased in 1965 will soon enter the auction hall. It is estimated that this car would sell up to number 120,000 euro to 170,000 euro, or approximately USD 1.4 billion up to Rp 2 billion.

This car includes special, because this is the first car that was bought by Lennon after he passed the driving test.

Biographer Philip Norman as detikOto quotes from the Telegraph, Tuesday
(11/01/2011), describes how car dealers come to the singer's house when news emerged Lennon lulu driving tests.

But despite the various types of luxury cars on offer to the retainer of the Beatles, the blue berkelir Ferrari was the one who caught his attention.

In 1965 John Lennon bought this car with a price of 2000 pounds. In Lennon's garage, the Ferrari and then join others who have already moved at a car he have like a Rolls-Royce and Mini.

The plan the car will be auctioned by Bonhams auction house at auction in Paris on February 5, 2011.

The First US Visit

The Beatles
The Beatles
The Beatles First US Visit chronicles the remarkable two weeks in February 1964 that began America's still-enduring love affair with the group.

The film of the frantic fortnight records the hysterical reaction to The Beatles US debut in a documentary that was the real-life inspiration for the Beatles movie A Hard Day's Night.

Closely shot at the shoulders of John, Paul, George and Ringo by the pioneering Maysles Brothers, The First US Visit innovated intimate film-making that set a benchmark for rock and roll cinematography.

Albert and David Maysles were granted all-areas access the like of which is now unknown, filming The Beatles in the eye of their own hurricane as the band besotted America and lifted the nation from its gloom in the wake of President John Kennedy's assassination.

The Maysles film captures the manic moments from when thousands of fans greeted The Beatles as Pan Am Flt.101 touched down in New York on February 7th and sparked a two-week frenzy.

As The Beatles became the first British act to conquer America - with I Want To Hold Your Hand at No.1 in the US charts - the Maysles Brothers shadowed the band off-guard and off-duty in dressing rooms, hotels and night clubs, at photo-sessions and press conferences, travelling together in limos and on trains as the then-wide-eyed lads from Liverpool sped from New York to Washington and Miami revelling in the wild reception to their first US trip.

The film also features their first concert at The Washington Coliseum and their three historic performances on The Ed Sullivan Show - including the seminal night of February 9th when the band first exploded into the homes of a then-world record 73 million TV viewers.

Beatles performances on the film include All My Loving, Till There Was You, She Loves You, From Me To You, This Boy, Twist And Shout, Please Please Me, I Saw Her Standing There, I Wanna Be Your Man and the hit that began it all for America, I Want To Hold Your Hand.

The First US Visit is a great film - really documents the excitement of the time and the magnetism of the Beatles. Loved Ringo dancing in the nightclub, and Paul clowning with the transistor radio! 
I love George in this movie!!!! If I could choose out of all the movies in the worls to be in I'd pick this one for sure!

The Concert For Bangladesh

George Harrison
George Harrison
A fascinating documentary into the background story of the historic fundraising concert for charity, the first of its’ kind, organised by George Harrison and Ravi Shankar in August 1971 to relieve the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Bangladesh in it's struggle for independence from Pakistan.

As well as George and Ravi, the show featured Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Leon Russell and Billy Preston. The Concert For Bangladesh explains how the shows came about, features unseen footage from the rehearsals and sound checks, performances from the concerts, and interviews with the participants along with contributions from the UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan and Sir Bob Geldof who reflect the legacy of an event that is acknowledged as being the forerunner and inspiration for the major fundraising events of recent years.

The show was a musical triumph for George Harrison with highlights that included “Here Comes The Sun”, “Something”, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and “My Sweet Lord”. Bob Dylan who had not performed for 2 years thrilled the audience with versions of “Just like a Woman”, “A Hard Rains A-Gonna Fall” and “Blowin’ In the Wind”.

I love this concert, the sound quality is awesome! Don't be late to watch it The Concert For Bangladesh! i'm serious! Haha.

The Beatles in the Studio

The Beatles
The Beatles
In 1962 an unknown group from Liverpool entered Abbey Road Studios to record their debut single. During the next eight years they created what is arguably regarded as the greatest collection of studio recordings of the 20th century.

This film charts The Beatles’ extraordinary journey from ‘Please Please Me’ to ‘Abbey Road’ and reflects how they developed as musicians, matured as songwriters and created a body of work that sounds as fresh in 2009 as the time it was recorded.

Narrated entirely by John, Paul, George, Ringo and Sir George Martin the documentary features over 60 classic songs, rare footage and photos from The Beatles’ archives and never heard before out-takes of studio chat from the Abbey Road recording.

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Watch it and Love it : The Beatles in the Studio (Abbey Road).

The Beatles at Shea Stadium

The Beatles at Shea Stadium
The Beatles at Shea Stadium
The Beatles at Shea Stadium is a fifty minute-long documentary of the Beatles' 1965 concert at Shea Stadium in New York, the highlight of the group's 1965 tour. The documentary was produced by Ed Sullivan (under his Sullivan Productions, Inc. banner), NEMS Enterprises Ltd. (which owns the 1965 copyright), and the Beatles company Subafilms Ltd. The project used twelve cameras to capture the mayhem and mass hysteria that was Beatlemania in America in 1965. The documentary first aired on the BBC on May 1, 1966. It aired in the United States on ABC on January 10, 1967.

The film captures not only the concert, but also the events leading up to the concert, including the Beatles' helicopter ride from Manhattan to Flushing Meadows, their preparation in the dressing room (i.e., the visiting baseball team's locker) at Shea Stadium, and clips from the show's other acts, including Sounds Incorporated. Television host Ed Sullivan introduces the band when they finally take the stage.

The film is not a completely candid concert film. The songs "She's A Woman" and "Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby" are omitted from the film due to time and likely camera reel change issues (audio of the latter song was released on The Beatles Anthology Volume 2 CD). The audio for the songs that remained went through a heavy post-production process as well. Some songs were treated with overdubs, or even re-recorded entirely, by The Beatles at London's CTS Studios in January 1966, to cover audio problems throughout the concert recording. In addition, the audio for "Twist and Shout" comes from a show at the Hollywood Bowl later on the same tour, and the audio for "Act Naturally" was simply replaced by the studio version of the song (released on the Help LP in Britain and on the B-side of "Yesterday" in the US), sped up slightly and poorly edited to sync up to the film.

Although the film has not been officially available on DVD or VHS, it has been widely available on the bootleg circuit for decades, including in a "raw audio" form that restores the original Shea Stadium audio track.

That is an article by Wikipedia.

That is a biggest Film Documentary "The Beatles At Shea Stadium". If I was born, I would totally see that. wait, I would be then older than my mom. Stupid! Haha. You know? I love the song i'm down in this concert. Go John on the piano!!! it must have been amazing to be there.

The Beatles Anthology

The Beatles Anthology
The Beatles Anthology
The Beatles Anthology is the Grammy Award winning 3 part mini series that tells, in the Beatles own words, the dramatic and astonishing story of the most influential band in rock history.

The Anthology charts the official history of the Beatles from their earliest days in Liverpool up to the break up of the group in 1970. Using a mixture of archive footage, home movies, never before seen concert footage and unheard studio tracks, together with interviews with the Beatles themselves, the Anthology invites you as John Lennon would say ‘into the eye of the hurricane’.

Originally screened on the ABC Network in 1995.

You know what would be cool? To release all this footage on iTunes. (It should be divided in a lot of parts, though.)

Wasn't that on a book cover?? i read that book during the summer and it was long and full of interviews i am always laughing at what john says and all the others its funny i read the anthology and what happens then i wish they would be here today hmmm what am i going to do my mom says that i should get one life and appreciate it and i actually do but she doesn't like that i love life its her that doesn't i love the beatles they will never be forgotten.

My favorite part of the anthology is the clip from "Drop In," the Swedish TV show. The Beatles tore it up, and the hosts were totally astounded!

Watch it The Beatles Anthology Films 1, 2, 3 !

Magical Mystery Tour

Magical Mystery Tour
Away in the sky, beyond the clouds, live 4 or 5 Magicians. By casting wonderful spells they turn the Most Ordinary Coach Trip into a Magical Mystery Tour. If you let yourself go, the Magicians will take you away to marvellous places. Maybe you’ve been on a Magical Mystery Tour without even realising it. Are you ready to go?

As quoted by TheBeatles.Com :
The Beatles produced this film around a coach journey across England. It features a series of musical vignettes, interspersed with scenes of comedy and fantasy. Includes tracks such as Magical Mystery Tour, The Fool On the Hill, Your Mother Should Know, and I Am The Walrus.

"Well that was just fun and you know there were plenty of people who made documentaries of all students who’d made films and I think we just saw ourselves in that kind of light, yeah you know let’s just make a kind of artsy film." Paul McCartney.

If you want to watch it, try find in Youtube.Com or Amazon.Com. I did it, it was good and of course it was funny, I love it when John feed Ringo's aunt.

Let It Be

The documentary film “Let It Be” gives an unparalleled insight into the Beatles getting back to basics at Twickenham and at their own recording studios in Savile Row. It spans two weeks of recording of what was to be their final album, Let It Be.

The Beatles
The Beatles

Highlight of the film is their legendary gig on the roof of the Apple Building. The sound of their music attracts hundreds of people in the streets below. The crowd spills over into the streets, blocks traffic, frustrates the police. Windows in nearby buildings pop open as other people strain for sight and sound of their favourite performers. Even rooftops serve as precarious perches for Fans The Beatles.

As quoted by TheBeatles.Com :
Let It Be was produced by Neil Aspinall and directed by Michael Lindsey-Hogg. It includes tracks such as Don’t Let Me Down, Maxwell’s Silver Hammer, Two Of Us, I’ve Got A Feeling, Oh Darling, One After 909, Across The Universe, Dig A Pony, I Me Mine, For You Blue, Besame Mucho, Dig It, Get Back and Let It Be.

Let It Be should release on DVD with remastered picture, comments of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Heather McCartney, George Martin, Glyn Jones, Derek Taylor and Michael Lindsay Hogg.
Special Material:
* Trailer
* From Twickenham to Apple
* The rooftop concert
* Deleted Scenes
* The Get Back project
Some people doesn't have this movie, but don't give up to find it bud..!! :)
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The second Beatles’ feature film is a comedy adventure, which follows the exploits of the group as they attempt to escape the clutches of an evil mysterious cult. Will The Beatles survive being eaten by tigers, being shrunk, gassed, blown up, or kidnapped?
The Beatles Help! Movie
The Beatles Help! Movie

This is the second Beatles recording movie. The film was directed by Dick Lester and combines the Beatles’ own sense of humour with antics from a leading cast of actors including Leo McKern, Eleanor Bron, Victor Spinetti and Roy Kinnear.

As quoted by TheBeatles.Com :

The film includes a host of classic tracks such as Ticket To Ride, You’re Going To Lose That Girl, and the title track, Help! (These are all featured on the soundtrack album).

Help! has been regarded by many as a parody of contemporary Bond films, complete with power crazy despots, mad inventors, and a caper through exotic locations including the Bahamas and the snowy mountains of Austria. It has also been credited as being the forerunner to contemporary rock musicals and pop videos.

"It was good to make Help! and it’s a nice film it’s funny it’s very period film now, we just took it all very lightly, we’d had a laugh and in the snow, all the snow scenes were cos the lads wanted a holiday, they were fed up working." Paul McCartney.  
Saw it four times i think and still can't stop laughing. one of the funniest movies ever made!

A Hard Days Night

The Beatles’ first feature film. Released by United Artists. A Walter Shenson – Subafilms Production.
A Hard Days Night Movie
A Hard Days Night Movie

Have you watch they films? A Hard Days Night is a Good Movie, the first The Beatles record.

Comedy and music are combined to make this pastiche of a day in the life of The Beatles during 1964. The band have to use all their guile and wit to avoid the pursuing fans and press to reach their scheduled television performance. This is in spite of Paul’s troublemaking grandfather (Wildfred Brambell) and Ringo’s arrest.

As quoted by TheBeatles.Com :
The film has been praised as a benchmark for music film production, and remains influential to this day. Director Dick Lester used a documentary style of filming to capture the claustrophobia of Beatlemania, and writer Alun Owen delivered a script which epitomised the quick witted humour of the band.

"We knew that in rock and roll you could get in a film so we wanted to be in a film if at all possible, but we wanted to make a good one." PAUL
I saw this movie and i thought it was funny, see ya..!!