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Beatles Robe: Beatles Logo Bath Robe

With the iconic Beatles logo, this bathrobe combines both signature style and ultimate comfort. With limited stock available, you really don’t want to miss out on this exclusive bathrobe. The Bathrobe features: White Piping Large embroidered and satin panel detailed logo on the back Small embroidered and satin panel detail logo on the chest Two large lower pockets The Robe is made with super soft luxury fleece and is designed for both men and women giving you the ultimate quality in chill out wear. Made from Luxury Fleece One size fits most.

$59.99

Beatles Pillow: The Beatles "Love Me Do" Deco Pillow

"Love Me Do" Decorative Pillow. You'll be singing along to your favorite songs in no time!

$24.99

Beatles Robe: Beatles Classic Logo Robe

This is your bathrobe with the iconic Beatles logo, this bathrobe combines both signature style and ultimate comfort. Black super soft fleece robe with contrasting white piping & belt. Features embroidered design motifs to front & back. Coral Fleece 280gsm

$59.99 $55.00

Beatles Robe: Beatles Apple Logo Robe

this is your bathrobe with the iconic Beatles Apple logo, this bathrobe combines both signature style and ultimate comfort. Black super soft fleece robe with contrasting green piping & belt. Features embroidered design motifs to front & back. Coral Fleece 280gsm

$59.99 $55.00

Beatles Robe: Beatles Yellow Submarine Robe

This is your bathrobe with the iconic Beatles Yellow Submarine Design, this bathrobe combines both signature style and ultimate comfort. Navy super soft fleece robe with contrasting yellow piping & belt. Features embroidered design motifs to front & back. Coral Fleece 280gsm

$59.99 $55.00

Beatles Robe: Beatles Classic Abbey Road Bathrobe

This is your bathrobe with the iconic Abbey Road Beatles logo, this bathrobe combines both signature style and ultimate comfort. Black super soft fleece robe with contrasting white piping & belt. Features embroidered design motifs to front & back. Coral Fleece 280gsm

$59.99 $55.00

Beatles Cap: Hello-Goodbye Drop T

A sandwich peak cotton twill baseball cap featuring the classic Beatles drop T logo with a splash of Apple Green Adjustable Velcro back strap fits most

$25.00

John Lennon ART: John Lennon's iconic song "Imagine"

The lyrics of John Lennon's iconic song "Imagine" were used to create this work of art. Yoko Ono has given me the rights to the lyrics and picture, she also owns prints 2 and 3.

$350.00

Beatles Ornament: The Beatles Hanging Bauble (One)

The Beatles Hanging Bauble with "One"

$19.99

Beatles Art: Album Covers Art

24 12x12 Cover Sleeve Art from 13 UK albums and 11 others , six are in stunning foil finish. These replica album covers each 12x12 there are only 1963 produced in NUMBERED BOXES the box is the same size a LP box set these awesome prints can be set in a matte and then a frame(s) of your choice.

$199.00 $99.00

Beatles ART: 36" X 24" The Beatles Abbey Road Color Canvas

The Green/Teal color version of The Beatles Abbey Road Crossing this 36" X 24" ” wrap around canvas is sure to enhance any décor. You will find this new color available in many other Beatles Abbey Road Products.

$199.99

Beatles Lunch Box: Magical Mystery Tour

At last, the first in many years Magical Mystery Tour Metal Lunch Box. Whether it’s holding lunch or storing gear, Fab Four Store retro tin totes are sure to please.

$19.99

Beatles Platter: The Beatles 16 in. Ceramic Serving Platter

The Beatles Mid 60s look in color in this Beatles 16 in. Ceramic Serving Platter "8.5 x 16 x 1.25"" h"

$49.99

Beatles Cap: Drop T Logo (Snap Back)

Drop T Logo (Snap Back) featuring The Beatles 'Drop T Logo' design

$25.00

Beatles Lunch Box: The Beatles White Album Limited Edition

The Beatles White Album Limited Edition Metal Lunch Box all are numbered only 1504 made. Each has the track listing and images of the Fabs: Whether it’s holding lunch or storing gear, Fab Four Store retro tin totes are sure to please.

$19.99

Beatles Hoodie: Yellow Submarine - Apple Logo Zipper Hoodie

The Beatles Yellow Submarine - Apple Logo Zipper Hoodie draw string hood with side pockets

$89.99 $79.99

Beatles Lunch Box: Abbey Road Embossed Large Tin Tote ( Lunchbox )

At last, the first in many years an Abbey Road Metal Lunch Box. Whether it’s holding lunch or storing gear, Fab Four Store retro tin totes are sure to please.

$23.99

Beatles Lunch Box: Beatles Singles Covers Design

Beatles Singles Covers Design Metal Lunch Box. Whether it’s holding lunch or storing gear, Fab Four Store retro tin totes are sure to please.

$19.99

Beatles Cookie Jar: The Beatles Let it Be Cookie Jar

The Beatles Let It Be Round Ceramic Cookie Jar with the song titles on one side , fab lid too with Apple color knob!

$99.00

Beatles Lunch Box: Beatles "Let It Be" Song Titles

Beatles "Let It Be" Song Titles Design Metal Lunch Box. Whether it’s holding lunch or storing gear, Fab Four Store retro tin totes are sure to please.

$19.99

Beatles Cap: Drop T Logo (Snap Back) Sand

Drop T Logo in Black on sand color cap (Snap Back) black peak, featuring The Beatles 'Drop T Logo' design plastic hole loop fits most:

$25.00

Beatles Cap: Yellow Submarine (Snap Back) Sand

Drop T Logo in Black on sand color cap (Snap Back) Black peak, featuring The Beatles 'Drop T Logo' design plastic hole loop fits most:

$25.00

Beatles Towel: Yellow Submarine on the Beach

Beatles Towel: Yellow Submarine on the Beach Towel 30" x 60"

$16.99
Beatles Bestsellers

Beatles Coasters: Set of 13 with Tin

* Features The Beatles Album Covers * Set of 13 * Includes The Beatles Artwork Tin Storage Box * Non-slip cork back * Each coaster is 4 by 4 inches

$39.99

Beatles BAG: Abbey Road Recycled Shopper

The Beatles Abbey Road Large Recycled Shopper, Dimensions: 14.0" x 4.00" x 15.0"

$6.99

Beatles Cap: Hello-Goodbye Drop T

A sandwich peak cotton twill baseball cap featuring the classic Beatles drop T logo with a splash of Apple Green Adjustable Velcro back strap fits most

$25.00

Beatles Cap: The Beatles Abbey Road in Black/Silver

The Beatles Black Cap with Silver raised "The Beatles crossing" plus silver "Apple" logo on the side "The Beatles Abbey Road" words on the back:

$25.00

Beatles Cap: The Beatles Logo in Silver

One of our best sellers The Beatles Black Cap with Silver raised letters "The Beatles" plus silver "Apple" logo in back

$25.00

Beatles Cap: Corduroy Help Era Cap

"Help" Style Corduroy Cap with subtle "Apple" logo on the side. This style cap was worn by John and is now back in fashion.

$20.00

Beatles Robe: Beatles Logo Bath Robe

With the iconic Beatles logo, this bathrobe combines both signature style and ultimate comfort. With limited stock available, you really don’t want to miss out on this exclusive bathrobe. The Bathrobe features: White Piping Large embroidered and satin panel detailed logo on the back Small embroidered and satin panel detail logo on the chest Two large lower pockets The Robe is made with super soft luxury fleece and is designed for both men and women giving you the ultimate quality in chill out wear. Made from Luxury Fleece One size fits most.

$59.99

Beatles Adult T-Shirt: Abbey Road Best Seller

Abbey Road design this is one of the beat selling tees we have ever had, Variation of Abbey Road. Zebra Crossing Short Sleeve Tee "Holistic"

$27.99 $25.99

Beatles Lunchbox: Yellow Submarine Embossed Tin Tote

Lunchbox: Yellow Submarine Embossed Tin Tote 7.5 x 9.5 x 3.5

$19.99

Beatles Pen: The Beatles Gel Ink Pen (Hard Day's Night)

The Beatles Gel Ink Pen (Hard Day's Night Album) Great gift idea.

$4.99

Beatles Clock: The Beatles 1963 Wall Clock

The Beatles walking in London 50 Years ago: 1963 13.5" Cordless Wall Clock.

$24.99

Beatles Tote: Yellow Submarine Shopper

The large recycled tote is earth-friendly (made of 25% recycled materials), strong and water resistant. Great for shopping and a good alternative to a traditional gift bag.

$6.99

Beatles Adult T-Shirt: "Abbey Road'

Yeah a new Abbey Road design this is one of the softest tees we have ever had, Heather Gray with Blue Crossing & Red Beatles Logo

$27.99 $25.99

Beatles Kid Shirt: The Beatles Black Abbey Road - Baby to Youth

Sizes 1 to 12 Year old The Beatles Abbey Road design. This high quality garment is available in Black 100% Cotton.

$21.99

Beatles Pen: The Beatles Gel Ink Pen (Green Apple)

The Beatles Gel Ink Pen (Green Apple & Drop T) Great gift idea.

$4.99

Beatles Tote: Eco-Shopper Black

The Beatles Drop T Eco friendly (Black) Tote Bag

$6.99

Beatles Jewelry: Beatles Ring - Let it Be

One of the most popular Beatles' song of all time, and an important message - Let It Be, is engraved on this sterling silver ring. The blue CZ stones set between the song titles add a subtle hint of sparkle, and grooves etched into the side of the ring are inspired by the texture of a vinal record for a rock and roll vibe.

$45.00

Beatles Adult T-Shirt: Yellow Submarine in the Navy

Navy color on the latest Yellow Submarine shirt , slightly distressed image gives it a retro look.

$19.99 $12.99

Beatles Adult T-Shirt: British Flag

British Flag Distressed on a grey shirt this is a 50-50 shirt Cotton/Poly

$19.99

Beatles Kid Shirt: The Beatles Black Yellow Submarine - Baby to Youth

Sizes 1 to 12 Year old The Beatles Yellow Submarine "Nothing is Real" design. This high quality garment is available in Black 100% Cotton.

$21.99

Beatles T-Shirt: Beatles Toddler Love Me Do

T-Shirt Toddler - 1-4 Year Old Beatles love me do Toddler Tee Sandy color

$19.99 $15.99

Beatles Patches: Sgt. Pepper Drum (Woven Print)

The Beatles Iron on Patch: Sgt.Pepper's Drum

$6.99

Beatles Mug: "Yellow Submarine" 18 oz. Ceramic Oval Mug

"Yellow Submarine" 18 oz. Ceramic Oval Mug Unique Oval Shape Made from High-Quality Stoneware Bold and Bright Character Designs Dishwasher and Microwave Safe Dimensions: 5.5 x 4 x 4.5" h

$19.99

Beatles T-Shirt: "Lucky Dip" Clearance

Lucky Dip Beatles T-shirt You select one shirt size, we select a style/color, These are all BEATLES SHIRTS please note you get one shirt in Adult Size

$29.99 $15.00

Beatles Beanie: Drop T Logo Black

The Beatles Beanie Hat: Drop T Logo (Black)

$20.00

Beatles Hoodie: The Beatles Drop T Hoodie Baby - Youth

Sizes Baby to Youth 3 months to 14 Year old The Beatles 'Drop T Logo' design motif. Zipped hoodie style. This high quality garment is available in a black 100% Cotton.

$29.99

Beatles Adult T-Shirt:; Classic Drop-T Distressed

Classic Drop-T Distressed off white (Light Sandy Color)

$27.99 $25.99

Beatles Keychain: The Beatles Yellow Sub Keychain

The Beatles bright yellow Yellow Submarine Keychain

$9.99 $8.99

Beatles ART: The Beatles “UK Album Covers” framed presentation

This officially licensed framed presentation features The Beatles’ 13 U.K. album cover images beautifully matted in black felt and framed in black wood. The Beatles logo has been laser cut into the matting. Framed dimensions are 26.5 x 26.5 inches.

$189.99

Beatles BAG: Abbey Road Extra Large Recycled Shopper Tote

Bring a little fun into your weekend errands! Head out with our Eco-friendly shopper tote. Perfect for shopping, toting or even a fun alternative to the traditional gift bag, Dimensions: 16 x 6 x 12" h

$8.99
Beatles News

Producer/engineer Glyn Johns recorded the whole of the Let It Be sessions for the Beatles in 1969, and mixed a raw version of the album that wouldn’t be released for another 52 years — so he’s far from a fan of the Phil Spector-embellished album that came out in 1970. “He did a terrible job,” Johns says on the new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now. “Don’t misunderstand me — I respect Phil Spector for his early work tremendously. But somebody like Phil Spector shouldn’t ever be allowed near a band like the Beatles, in my view. Phil Spector was always the artist in the records that he made. He treated the artists like parts of the machine to make the end result. I don’t think the Beatles ever require that kind of input.”

Source: MSN

 

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For most Beatles fans, their movies are laudable. Rife with the band’s titular humor, irreverent, and fun-loving, each of the Beatles’ films was a triumph in one way or another. Nevertheless, John Lennon felt that one film in particular was more humiliating than a success. Find out which film that is, below.

According to Lennon, the process for making the Beatles’ second film, Help!, was a doozy. The band was at the height of Beatlemania and, as such, had numerous responsibilities that far outweighed the usual asks of a rock band.

While filming Help!, Lennon says the band was forced to spend time with pre-teen fans to appease what he called “Jumped-up middle-class b***hes and b****rds.” He says, if they refused, there would be threats about going to the press–which would risk ruining everything the band had built so far.

“It was always that, they were always threatening what they would tell the press about us, the bad publicity if we didn’t see their bloody daughter with braces on her teeth,” Lennon once said. “And we had these people thrust on us.

“Like sitting with the governor of the Bahamas because we were making Help! and being insulted by these fuckin’ jumped-up middle-class b***hes and b****rds who would be commenting on our work and our manners,” he continued. “I couldn’t take it. It hurt me so; I would go insane, swearing at them and whatever. It was awful. All that business was awful. It was a fuckin’ humiliation.”

He went so far as to call the entirety of his time in the Beatles a humiliation. “One has to completely humiliate oneself to be what the Beatles were, and that’s what I resent,” he said.

Source: Alex Hopper/americansongwriter.com

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Music fans around the world mourned the loss of George Harrison upon his death in November 2001 at 58 years old. A year later, they received a wonderful farewell gift in the form of Brainwashed, his final studio album.

Not only was it his last album, but Brainwashed turned out to be one of his best. How did it all come together? And who helped carry the project forward in Harrison’s absence? It’s an amazing story befitting an amazing album.

When he released his surprising comeback album Cloud Nine in 1987, it looked like George Harrison had re-energized his solo career in such a way that we could expect more material coming from him in a hurry. But the follow-up album never quite materialized.

Harrison still wasn’t all that keen on the promotional and touring duties that were expected of a rock artist. He also got caught up in other events. There were two albums with his buddies in the Traveling Wilburys, as well as the time spent helping fellow Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr complete the Anthology project.

That’s not to say that he stopped thinking about releasing his own music. In fact, as the ’90s wore on, he started to assemble songs that seemed like they could work on a solo album. When he overcame a throat cancer scare in 1997, it seemed he would have the time to work on this record. Fate intervened, however, and made Brainwashed, by necessity, a team effort.

Source: Jim Beviglia/americansongwriter.com

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The final bow is set for July 6th at The Mirage, Las Vegas. Come and celebrate the last shows of The Beatles LOVE.

The groundbreaking production celebrating the music and legacy of The Beatles through the artistry of Cirque du Soleil, will conclude its historic Las Vegas run at The Mirage on July 6, 2024 as the resort begins its transformation into The Hard Rock Las Vegas. Tickets to performances are on sale at cirquedusoleil.com/beatles-love.

Celebrating its 18th anniversary this year, The Beatles LOVE is a vibrant and thrilling production, driven by its GRAMMY®-winning soundtrack and breathtaking aerial artistry, colorful visuals and high-energy choreography on a 360-degree stage.

“The Beatles LOVE has been seen by more than 11.5 million guests since opening in 2006,” said Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group CEO Stéphane Lefebvre. “It’s been an honor for all of us at Cirque du Soleil to collaborate with The Beatles and Apple Corps Ltd. on what can only be described as a masterpiece. We are grateful to the creators, cast, crew and all involved in bringing this show to life and we know The Beatles LOVE will live on long after the final bow.”

Source: thebeatles.com

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A new feature documentary about John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s life in New York in the early 1970s has been announced. One to One: John & Yoko features newly transferred and restored 16mm film footage including Lennon’s only full-length concert performances after The Beatles, as well as previously unseen and unheard personal archives, including phone calls and home movies recorded and filmed by the couple themselves.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, One to One: John & Yoko comes over 50 years after The Beatles broke up, and Lennon was fatally shot in 1980 as he and Ono returned to their home in the Dakota building overlooking New York’s Central Park. The film is described as “a moving look at the couple’s life upon their entry into a transformative 1970’s New York, exploring their musical, personal, artistic, social, and political world.” At the core of the story are the One to One Concerts at Madison Square Garden, where Lennon was accompanied by Yoko Ono, The Plastic Ono Band, Elephant’s Memory and Special Guests. The remixed concert audio was produced by Sean Ono Lennon, who shared: “Kevin’s documentary brings completely fresh insight into my parents’ lives during their Bank Street and early New York years, showing first hand their unwavering dedication to promoting peace and non-violence during a turbulent era of unrest, corruption and unnecessary war.”

Source: klbjfm.com

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If you listened to John Lennon’s 1975 album Rock ‘n’ Roll and knew nothing else about it, you’d probably hear it as a bit of a lark that allowed the ex-Beatle to pay homage to the music he grew up idolizing. And it is that, to an extent. But when you know why and how the record was made (and how it almost wasn’t), you’ll appreciate that Lennon was able to hold this thing together at all.

With lawsuits upon lawsuits, gunplay, and stolen tapes involved, the album at times felt more like international espionage than simple Rock ‘n’ Roll. And, oddly, the whole saga started with a Beatles song. The opening song off Abbey Road, the final album The Beatles recorded together before their breakup, was “Come Together,” credited to Lennon/McCartney but pretty much 100% written by John Lennon. That’s why Morris Levy came after Lennon, claiming the song sounded a bit too much like the Chuck Berry song “You Can’t Catch Me,” for which Levy owned the publishing.

These claims took place a few years after The Beatles had broken up and Lennon was in the middle of his solo career. He didn’t want to be sued, so he agreed with Levy to record and release a few songs from Levy’s publishing catalog of golden oldies as a kind of goodwill gesture. Studio time in Los Angeles was squared away in late 1973.

Source: Jim Beviglia/americansongwriter.com

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