From the very beginnings of the Beatles, Paul McCartney and John Lennon decided to publish their songs under both their names. So all their songs have the dual Lennon/McCartney writing credit. Later, when they wrote separately (and still took co-writer credits as Lennon/McCartney), the one who wrote the song would sing the lead. Some […]
George Harrison was born on February 25, 1943, in Liverpool, England. Here is a gallery of vintage photos of a young George Harrison. George joined The Beatles on Feb. 6,[...]
In the summer of 1968 The Beatles were recording 'The Beatles' (The White Album). The lads were tired of seeing themselves in the papers as either moptops or flower-powered hippies[...]
A very brief interview with the Beatles; it took place at the Hilton hotel. The interview was filmed for Japanese television and was conducted by the man who would[...]
From the very beginnings of the Beatles, Paul McCartney and John Lennon decided to publish their songs under both their names. So all their songs have the dual Lennon/McCartney[...]
Photo gallery of George Harrison pictured at his home in Esher, Surrey. 6th April 1969 (unknown author probably John Haynes). This photo session took place shortly before The Beatles’ penultimate[...]
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,[...]
George Harrison photographed at the Top Ten Club in Hamburg, circa April 1961. Photos by Jurgen Vollmer.
Photo gallery of George Harrison pictured at his home in Esher, Surrey. 6th April 1969 (unknown author).
“What Goes On” is a track, credited Lennon/McCartney/Starr, from 1965 Beatles’ album Rubber Soul. It opens the second side, if you still love the vinyls.
Now a rare, unreleased demo is up for sale on eBay.
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.
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.