BEATLES NEWS -Sunday 23rd June 2024

RARE BEATLES VINYL WITH SPELLING ERROR ATTRACTS WORLDWIDE BIDDERS

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A rare 1962 Beatles single has generated interest from bidders from across the world and could be sold for up to £9,000.The seven-inch vinyl single, one of only 250 worldwide, contains ‘Love Me Do’ alongside ‘P.S. I Love You’. According to vinyl specialist Rob Smee, its rare status is also connected to the fact that Paul McCartney’s name is misspelt on the pressing and instead reads ‘McArtney’.

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SIXTY YEARS ON, HOW THE BEATLES CHANGED NEW ZEALAND'S CULTURAL LANDSCAPE FOREVER

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Sixty years ago the Beatles toured New Zealand and Australia and upended our cultural landscape. Kiwi Andy Neill and Aussie Greg Armstrong have spent 20 years analysing just about every moment of that tour to write a book called When We Was Fab: Inside the Beatles Australasian Tour 1964, which the pair launched in Masterton on Friday night.

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THE NEIL YOUNG LYRIC THAT JOHN LENNON HATED: “IT’S GARBAGE TO ME”

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Back in his mid-teens, Neil Young was part of the rather Winnipeg dance circuit with The Squires, as their booming instrumentals tried to imitate the likes of the Shadows and the Ventures. Then, out of nowhere, Bob Dylan and The Beatles came along and shook the Etch-a-Sketch of popular culture.

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TODAY IN BEATLES HISTORY

On This Day

1940 - Stuart Sutcliffe was born. He joined an early version of the Beatles on bass in January of 1960.


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