A documentation of the influences that went on to help create the seminal album, Sgt Pepper’s lonely hearts club band directed by Alan G. Parker.
In February 1968, the Beatles travelled to Rishikesh in northern India to attend an advanced Transcendental Meditation (TM) training session at the ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. John with Cynthia,[...]
It was fifty years ago today... The day before the press party for the release of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, the Beatles had a photo session in Hyde[...]
A collection of not so often seen images of George Harrison and Pattie Boyd Pattie Boyd, born Patricia Anne Boyd in 1944, met George Harrison during the filming of A[...]
This is a rare photo of Paul McCartney in San Francisco jamming with Jorma Kaukonen & Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane. In April 1967, Paul flew to the USA[...]
The Beatles photographed by David Hurn on train platform at Acton Station while filming A Hard Day's Night on 5 April 1964. (more…)
In 1966 The Beatles were in Japan for three days, from Jun 30th to Jul 2nd. Because of death threats, before the show The Beatles were advised to stay[...]
The Beatles Recording Reference Manuals is the first book of the four-book series by Jerry Hammack. The first volume goes from “My Bonnie” through “Beatles For Sale” The books reconstruct each song’s creation as well as detailing the technical profile of each and every classic Beatles recording session from 1961 to 1970.
The Beatles and friends celebrated George’s 25th birthday while in Rishikesh, attending an advanced Transcendental Meditation training session at the ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
The day before the press party for the release of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the Beatles had a photo session in Hyde Park. The photographer was Marvin Lichtner from Time Magazine.
The Beatles released Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band on June 1, 1967. For its 50th anniversary a special reissue packages of CD and vinyl versions is announced for May 26, 2017.
Yanni Alexis Mardas, who was a friend of The Beatles in the mid 1960s, died on 13 January 2017 after a battle with pneumonia; he was aged 74.
John Lennon nicknamed him Magic Alex because of his impressive technological and scientific knowledge. Lennon often called him his “guru”, and he became part of The Beatles’ extended entourage after they stopped touring.