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December 8, 2012 Britons adored The Beatles until Boxing Day in 1967 when the BBC aired a little movie called Magical Mystery Tour that was filmed in concert with the Fab Four's album on the same name. The BBC bought it sight unseen, says Jonathan
Tears for Fears The Seeds of Love Take the Beatles, add everything up to and including the kitchen sink, and you end up with this gloriously OTT hit Tears for Fears brought the 80s to a close with a song that owed much to the 60s. Roland Orzabal
Jordan Levin, Miami June 14, 2012 Read later The Beatles only signed off on the film to fulfil a contractual obligation. When the Beatles-inspired Yellow Submarine was released in 1968, its promoters linked it to classical myths and landmark tales of
Arcata Theatre Lounge, 1036 G St., presents Super Troopers (2001), doors open at 7:30 p.m., film at 8 p.m., $5, rated R. Who Bombed Judi Bari? a documentary on the 1990 car-bombing of late EarthFirst! activist Judi Bari, 7:30 p.m., Arcata Playhouse,
I thought at the time, already sinking into the cynicism of the 80s that looks like innocence untouched compared to what has followed, that I would forget...We all do, that is the gift of living a life a bit longer than John Lennon's few short years.
When the Beatles did Wembley (Arena) for the first time (in 1963), I felt sick.
But what about those were born after John, Paul, George and Ringo went their separate ways? Is there any way to experience the Fab Four like it was 1964 all over again? Well you can always buy A Hard Day's Night on vinyl (how retro of you!). Or you
The music of the Beatles remains alive and this week it will take on a new interpretation when Cuban salsa star Willy Chirino releases a tribute album covering the legendary quartet's songs. My Beatles Heart (Eventus Music) will go on sale Tuesday at
They were going to take two days off and then come back on June 8 with their fifth anniversary show attended by Sir Paul McCartney, George Harrison's widow Olivia, Sean Lennon and Yoko Ono, along with other friends and dignitaries. Since the show
tool goes here David Mason, a classical musician best known for his distinctive piccolo trumpet solo on the Beatles' recording of "Penny Lane," has died...Mason died April 29 after a brief battle with leukemia, according to the All Music online