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Beatles Pillow: The Beatles "I Love The Beatles" 14" Deco Pillow

I Heart Beatles Decorative Pillow. You'll be singing along to your favorite songs in no time!
GBP £21.08 GBP £16.21

Beatles Pillow: The Beatles "Let It Be" Deco Pillow

"Let It Be" Decorative Pillow. You'll be singing along to your favorite songs in no time!
GBP £21.08 GBP £16.21

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!
GBP £21.08 GBP £16.21

Beatles Pillow: The Beatles "Love" Deco Pillow

"Love" Decorative Pillow. You'll be singing along to your favorite songs in no time!
GBP £21.08 GBP £16.21

Beatles Pillow: The Beatles "Union Jack" Deco Pillow

"Union Jack" Decorative Pillow.
GBP £21.08 GBP £16.21

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.
GBP £40.55

Beatles ART: 20" X 20" The Beatles Revolver Canvas

Revolver Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

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.
GBP £121.66

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.
GBP £161.41 GBP £80.30

Beatles ART: The Beatles A Hard Day's Night 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles A Hard Day's Night Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles A Hard Day's Night 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles A Hard Day's Night Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles Beatles for Sale 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles Beatles for Sale Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles HELP! 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles HELP! Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles HELP! Soundtrack 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles HELP! Soundtrack Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles Let It Be 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles Let It Be Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles Please Please Me 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles Please Please Me Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles Rubber Soul 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles Rubber Soul Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles Something New 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles Something New Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles ART: The Beatles With The Beatles 20" x 20" Stretched Canvas

The Beatles With The Beatles Album Cover Art in this Square Canvas Wrap Around 20 x 20 . Officially licensed by the Beatles • Comes ready to hang on your wall • Perfect for any Beatles fans
GBP £105.43

Beatles Bag: Anthology Travel Bag

The Beatles -Anthology Travel Bag/ Workout Bag • Double top handles, 8" drop •Shoulder Strap •Top zipper closure •Two inside slip pockets •One inside zipper pocket •18.75"W, 11"H, 9"D
GBP £153.30 GBP £89.21

Beatles Bag: Yellow Submarine Travel Bag

The Beatles -Anthology Travel Bag/ Workout Bag • Double top handles, 8" drop •Shoulder Strap •Top zipper closure •Two inside slip pockets •One inside zipper pocket •18.75"W, 11"H, 9"D
GBP £153.30 GBP £89.21

Beatles Blanket: Yellow Submarine Blanket

The Beatles Yellow Submarine Super Soft Bed Throw Blanket Twin Size 62 In X 90 In
GBP £40.55 GBP £32.44

Beatles Calendar: 2017 Collector's Edition Boxed

Beatles Calendar: 17-Month 2017 Collector's Edition Boxed Wall Calendar with 2 Bonus Posters!
GBP £16.21 GBP £8.09

Beatles Cap: BEATLES 65 HAT

9fifty Snapback Hat Blue with Orange Drop T , 65 at the back and JPGR on the side. Adjustable back strap fits most Trendy Beatles Gear!
GBP £30.42

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
GBP £20.28

Beatles Guitar Picks : Album 12 Pack

The Beatles Guitar Picks : Album 12 Pack
GBP £9.73

Beatles Hoodie: Varsity Style Drop T Zipper

The Beatles Varsity Style Drop T Zipper Charcoal and light Grey draw string hood with side pockets
GBP £64.88

Beatles Luggage: For Sale 3 Piece Set

Officially Licensed Beatles Luggage 3 piece set great for travel , always find you bags fast. Only a few sets left not available anywhere else:
GBP £356.88

Beatles Lunch Box: Abbey Road

At last, the first in many years an Abbey Road Metal Lunch Box. Whether it’s holding lunch or storing gear, Fab Four Store has the fun retro tin totes are sure to please.
GBP £13.78

Beatles Lunch Box: Drum Shaped Logo

Whether it’s holding lunch or storing gear,Fab Four Store has the fun retro tin totes that are sure to please.
GBP £13.78

Beatles Lunch Box: Drum Shaped Sgt Pepper

Whether it’s holding lunch or storing gear,Fab Four Store has the fun retro tin totes that are sure to please.
GBP £13.78

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.
GBP £283.88

Beatles Shower Curtain: Yellow Submarine

Beatles Shower Curtain: Yellow Submarine 72' X 72"
GBP £18.65

Beatles Towel: Here Comes The Sun Towel

Beatles Towel: Here Comes The Sun Towel Beach Towel 30" x 60"
GBP £13.78

Beatles Towel: Yellow Submarine on the Beach

Beatles Towel: Yellow Submarine on the Beach Towel 30" x 60"
GBP £13.78

Beatles Calendar Pad: 2017 Calendar Pad

Beatles Calendar Pad: 15-Month 2017 Wall Calendar Pad Sept 2016 - Dec 2017 0.177" X 12.0" X 12.0"
GBP £6.48 GBP £3.23

Beatles Calendar: 2017 Wall Calendar (Bilingual FRE)

English - French Beatles Calendar: 16-Month 2017 Wall Calendar featuring random shots of The Beatles. Aug 2016 - Dec 2017
GBP £12.16 GBP £6.08

Beatles Calendar: 2017 Wall Calendar (English)

English Beatles Calendar: 16-Month 2017 Wall Calendar featuring random shots of The Beatles. Aug 2016 - Dec 2017 Available in French
GBP £12.16 GBP £6.08
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
GBP £24.32

Beatles BAG: Abbey Road Recycled Shopper

The Beatles Abbey Road Large Recycled Shopper, Dimensions: 14.0" x 4.00" x 15.0"
GBP £5.67

Beatles Mug: With the Beatles

With the Beatles Mug, Best Seller
GBP £10.54

Beatles Game: The Beatles Trivial Pursuit

Trivial Pursuit the Beatles Trivial Pursuit This item is being retired only stock on hand once sold all gone!
GBP £48.66

Beatles Lunchbox: Yellow Submarine Embossed Tin Tote

Lunchbox: Yellow Submarine Embossed Tin Tote 7.5 x 9.5 x 3.5
GBP £12.16

Beatles Ornament: The Beatles Yellow Submarine Christmas

The Beatles Yellow Submarine Christmas Tree Ornament.
GBP £9.73

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
GBP £20.28

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
GBP £24.32 GBP £12.17

Beatles Mens Varsity Jacket: Drop T Logo

Beatles Mens Varsity Jacket: Drop T Logo Cotton with popper buttons Black/White
GBP £64.88

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
GBP £20.28

Beatles Drinkware: Abbey Road Water Bottle

The Beatles "Abbey Road" 25 oz. Stainless Steel Water Bottle
GBP £9.73

Beatles Clock: The Beatles 1963 Wall Clock

The Beatles walking in London 50 Years ago: 1963 13.5" Cordless Wall Clock.
GBP £20.27

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.
GBP £5.67

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"
GBP £19.46

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.
GBP £40.55

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.
GBP £16.22

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:
GBP £20.28

Beatles Mouse Pads: The Beatles - Drop T Record

Mouse Pad: : The Beatles - Drop T Record
GBP £5.67

Beatles Youth T-Shirt: 64 Silhouette Circle

64 Silhouette Circle Boys-Youth Blue
GBP £21.08 GBP £15.40

Beatles Blanket: The Beatles "Abbey Road" Plush Throw

The Beatles Abbey Road Super Soft Plush Throw Size: 50 In X 60 In
GBP £24.32

Beatles Decals: Abbey Road

The Abbey Road Decal
GBP £1.61

Beatles Beanie: Drop T Logo Black

The Beatles Beanie Hat: Drop T Logo (Black)
GBP £16.22

Beatles Lunch Box: The Beatles Anthology Large Rectangular Tin Tote

The Beatles Anthology Large Rectangular Tin Tote, 10"x3.25"x7.5"
GBP £12.97

Beatles Socks: The Beatles Mens Socks Drop T Logo

Men's Black 80% cotton Socks with Horizontal Drop T Logo
GBP £5.67

Beatles Adult T-Shirt: Classic Beatles Drop -T

Beatles Adult T-Shirt: Classic Beatles Drop -T
GBP £21.08 GBP £19.46

Beatles Game: The Beatles Monopoly Game

The Beatles Collector's Edition of MONOPOLY celebrates the music that revolutionized rock-n-roll in the 20th century.
GBP £48.66

Beatles BAG: Beatles Albums Recycled 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. Dimensions: 14" x 4" x 15"
GBP £5.67
Beatles News
George Harrison, “When We Was Fab” -Monday, April 24, 2017
Looking at it in retrospect, Cloud Nine, released thirty years ago by George Harrison, seems like just another in the long line of triumphant albums released by members of The Beatles during their solo years. Yet at the time, no one seemed like a longer shot to create a hit record than Harrison, whose reputation as a recluse who wanted nothing to do with making records peaked in the middle of the ’80s. What made the album even more surprising was how it represented a willingness by Harrison, who always seemed to view his Beatles years with caustic suspicion, to embrace the sounds of his past. The chart-topping “Got My Mind Set On You,” for example, effortlessly captured a simplistic Merseybeat feeling. Even more striking, “When We Was Fab” so eerily recreates a Beatlesque mélange of sounds that you’d be forgiven upon hearing it for the first time for thinking it was a Magical Mystery Tour outtake. When Harrison decided upon pursuing the track, it helped that he had a kindred spirit in the producer’s chair in Jeff Lynne. “I just had the thought, ‘I’d like to write a song that’s reminiscent of that period of ’67,’” Harrison recalled in an interview from that time. “In my head, I could hear Ringo (Starr) counting it in, ‘One-two duh-duh-dum, duh-duh-dum-dum.’ And I just started right there writing that song, and then Jeff was around and we got out this piano and we came up with all these little bits like the catchy little piano part that plays the melody on the chorus. And, of course, the start of the song and the original intention was that we should have that kind of sound.” By: Jim Beviglia Source: American Songwriter Read More >>
In this day of anti-immigration, anti-science, ‘America First,’ and less-than-subtle racism, I found a welcome arrival recently with Ron Howard’s film The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years. Like many people my age, I grew up with the Beatles, and their music, values and image are deeply ingrained in my view of how the world works. I remember the day in early 1964 when they flew into New York’s Idlewild (now JFK) airport. I was home from school with the flu, but listening to their progress on a transistor radio, and hearing the song, “I Want to Hold Your Hand”, so many times that I could play each Beatles’ part. But more than hearing the pieces, I remember the sheer rush of emotion that washed over me whenever I heard the song begin and the deep sense of wellbeing I felt as the song ended. Their music was an emotional experience for a ten-year-old school boy in Brooklyn. As they evolved through the 1960s, we grew up along with them. Growing up in Brooklyn I knew many people from other countries and I knew we weren’t alone in the world, but I suppose I saw Europe and Asia as places where people were from, not as a place we were going. Europe was where they tattooed numbers on the arms of old people I saw sitting on Brighton Beach in the summer: the survivors of the Holocaust. Or as my father once told me after one of his many business trips to Europe: “Europe is an overrated old place. New York City is the best place in the world, America is the best country, and my parents were right to leave that place.” I remember reminding him that like most Jews in the early 20th century, they were chased out of Europe, but he correctly focused on the wisdom of their leaving. There wasn’t a lot of sympathy for the “old country” when I was a kid. The point I often heard was that America was the future and nothing interesting could come from someplace else. By: Steven Cohen Source: The Huffington Post Read More >>
As the future Beatles members grew up in Liverpool, they keenly listened to songs of the day, learning them for their local gigs. While imitating these popular artists, they were also honing their own songwriting and musicianship skills. During the summer of 1957 — still in their pre-Beatles group, the Quarrymen — John Lennon, and Paul McCartney began experimenting with writing songs. Just a year later, George Harrison, Lennon and McCartney found themselves in a crude recording studio, singing into one microphone, laying down two tracks: a cover of Buddy Holly’s “That’ll be the Day” and a Harrison-McCartney composition (yes, you read that correctly) entitled “In Spite of All the Danger.” A blend of doo-wop, rockabilly, and rock and roll, the song is first time that Harrison, Lennon, and McCartney would appear on a recording. “In Spite of All the Danger” represents one of McCartney’s earliest compositions. In Barry Miles’ Many Years from Now, McCartney described how the two would ditch school to write songs together during summer 1957. Once McCartney’s father left the house for work, the two friends would settle in for a three-hour composing session. Lennon would bring his first guitar (sporting the infamous “guaranteed not to split” label) and McCartney would play either piano or guitar. “And because I was left-handed, when I looked at John I would see almost a mirror image of myself, I’d be playing the guitar as if it were upside down, he’d be reading me, upside down – so we would clearly see what each other was doing,” McCartney recalled. They wrote all the lyrics in a school notebook; McCartney remembered always scribbling “A Lennon-McCartney Original” at the top of each page. By: Kit O'Toole Source: Something Else Reviews Read More >>

PAUL McCARTNEY HELPS MOJO celebrate 50 years of the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band with an exclusive interview in the magazine that hits UK shops on Tuesday, April 25. He recalls the circumstances surrounding the group’s most groundbreaking album and gives his verdict on the new stereo mix designed to add legs to one of popular music’s key benchmarks.

But as McCartney reminds MOJO, before Sgt. Pepper became an icon, there was a period of critical bemusement. How dare Beatles band go all weird?

“We were always being told, ‘You’re gonna lose all your fans with this one.’” McCartney tells MOJO. “And we’d say, ‘Well, we’ll lose some but we’ll gain some.’ We’ve gotta advance.”

In 1967 The Beatles ran the gauntlet of a media gripped in a moral panic over the younger generation’s embrace of drugs, and others who regarded Pepper’s stylistic smorgasbord and hints of thematic coherence as evincing ideas above the group’s station. The Lovable Moptops stereotype died hard.

“Sgt. Pepper did actually get a terrible review in the New York Times,” recalls McCartney. “The critic [Richard Goldstein] said he hated it, thought it was a terrible mess, and then he was on the streets all week and heard the talk, heard what people were saying, and he took it back [in a subsequent Village Voice piece], recanted after a week: ‘Er… maybe it’s not so bad.’ But we were used to that. She Loves You was ‘banal’. But if we liked it and thought it was cool, we would go for it.

By: Mojo Staff

Source: Mojo

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Part of what established The Beatles as the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band of all time was the prolific nature of their early work.

When “Beatles for Sale” released on Dec. 4, 1964, it became the Fab Four’s fourth album in less than two years’ time. And it came out only 21 weeks after the band’s third album, “A Hard Day’s Night.”

Some might view “Beatles For Sale” as a placeholder between “A Hard Day’s Night” and “Help!,” both of which were attached to eponymous films. And while “A Hard Day’s Night” featured all original Lennon/McCartney compositions, only eight of the 14 tracks on “Beatles For Sale” were written by the band — a track listing similar to their first two albums, “Please Please Me” and “With The Beatles.”

Like other early Beatles albums, “Beatles For Sale” did not appear in the United States as an album until 1987 when the band’s catalogue was standardized for CD release. However, eight of its tracks appeared on the U.S. album “Beatles 65” and others were later released on “Beatles VI.”

The mood here is a bit somber. The lads were in the midst of an exhaustive schedule that included writing, recording, touring and filming. Even the cover photo, captured at Hyde Park, appears bleak. And John Lennon’s own songwriting had become darker, from the jilted lover of “No Reply” to the sad-sack songs “I’m A Loser” and “I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party.”

By: Brian Passey

Source: The Spectrum

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Julian Lennon is thinking about putting his life story down on paper.

During an interview with The Huffington Post at Build Series, the musical artist and environmental activist said he’s interested in writing a memoir because, after all, “Who knows how long we’ve got?” He added with a smile, “I am hopeful, by the way.”

Lennon, 54, admits that he doesn’t have the best memory, so he’d have to rely on others to fill in the blanks of his life.

“I’d like to get around to that because there are so many memories that a lot of my friends or colleagues that I work with have that I don’t recall because of the time and the place and because of where my focus was as opposed to theirs,” he said. “Even hearing the stories myself that my friends have told me and I’m going, ‘Really? I did that? OK, right.’ So, I’m just as curious, to be honest.”

Some of those fuzzy memories date back to when he was a child, growing up as the son of John Lennon.

“He walked out the door when I was about 3 or 4 years old and we only saw each other a few times,” Julian said of his father.

When asked what kind of impact his dad had on him, Julian said, “As a father, not so much. We tried to make that up toward the end. But musically and as an artist — him along with the rest of the boys [the Beatles] — there’s probably nobody better. So they’ve always been an influence.”

One thing his late father said, though, has stuck with Julian.

By: Lauren Moraski

Source: The Huffington Post

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The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today: April 26, 1967

Studio Three, EMI Studios, London

Overdubbing of bass, maracas, cowbell, tambourines, and backing vocal shouts onto "Magical Mystery Tour" took up the lion's share of this 7:00 pm to 2:00 am session....

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The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today: April 25, 1967

Recording: Magical Mystery Tour

Studio Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Producer: George Martin
Engineer: Geoff Emerick

The Beatles began work on the title track of what would become their next film a...

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The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today: April 24, 1967

The Beatles are taking a break from recording

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The Beatles are in-between recording at EMI Studios

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The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today: April 22, 1967

The Beatles are in-between recording (EMI Studios)

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The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today: April 21, 1967

Recording, mixing: Only A Northern Song, Sgt Pepper run-out groove

he final touch was added to the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band during this session: the gibberish sounds which filled the run...

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The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today: April 20, 1967

Studio Two, EMI Studios, London

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) was mixed into stereo in Studio Three between 5:00 and 6:15 PM, then the Beatles arrived at 7:00 for a session in Studi...

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