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 on: Today at 10:16:18 PM 
Started by fendertele - Last post by nimrod
Is Past Masters in there too ?

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 on: Today at 08:54:38 PM 
Started by starofwonder - Last post by Mr Mustard
John Lennon, Anne Murray, Harry Nilsson, Alice Cooper and Micky Dolenz


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 on: Today at 08:48:35 PM 
Started by starofwonder - Last post by Mr Mustard
Before they went solo they met Solo... (Napoleon Solo, that is - as played by the great Robert Vaughn).... I like to call this one "The Nowhere Man From U.N.C.L.E."



a.k.a. "The Fabnificent Five"  ;)

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 on: Today at 08:37:18 PM 
Started by fendertele - Last post by ibanez_ax
The Beatles never released it as an album..

then we might as well include all Capitol albums

 ;sorry


Look what rascal sneaked in there!




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 on: Today at 06:12:18 PM 
Started by fendertele - Last post by nimrod

Magical Mystery Tour counts, Kevin.  It's considered canon, even if some Brits and Aussies don't agree!   :police:

The Beatles never released it as an album..

then we might as well include all Capitol albums

 ;sorry

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 on: Today at 01:34:47 PM 
Started by fendertele - Last post by ibanez_ax
Im sorry to point this out but..........youve got 13 Jimothy, there were only 12  ;sorry  ha2ha


Magical Mystery Tour counts, Kevin.  It's considered canon, even if some Brits and Aussies don't agree!   :police:

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 on: Today at 12:10:36 PM 
Started by Casbah - Last post by Casbah
Here's some pics of JL's house on Thrasher Ave where he lived in L.A. for a time. This article is from 2012, but the house still stands!

http://www.extravaganzi.com/john-lennons-former-lost-weekend-home-in-los-angeles-for-sale/

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 on: Today at 09:57:09 AM 
Started by Wayne L. - Last post by Dcazz
My granddaughter is learning to drive now and my son is going through the same thing.  ha2ha  No miniskirts though!

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 on: Today at 09:01:10 AM 
Started by Bobber - Last post by oldbrownshoe
Most, if not all, post-60s fads, in Britain at least, have been led by the music press and not by the general public, UNLIKE The Beatles whose success was almost entirely fan led, all the way from Liverpool to Hamburg to London to New York.

Check out the chart statistics of the clash (no, that's 'NO', Top 10 hits), the smiths (derisory chart entries when given the huge amount of coverage lavished on them), nirvana etc. etc.

Actually in the case of the first two, they only really had high chart positions with reissues in the 1990s.

In Britain in the 1980s most people, although they wouldn't admit it, were buying Wham, Culture Club and Human League records.
George Michael, Elton John and Phil Collins must have out-sold Morrissey and Strummer 50 to 1.

The 60s revolution was genuine in a way that I don't think subsequent eras have been. 

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 on: Today at 08:49:45 AM 
Started by Mr Mustard - Last post by oldbrownshoe
I used to love 'Rarities'.
Indeed, an expanded 'Rarities' that gathered up the other b-sides (e.g. Old Brown Shoe, Don't Let Me Down, Revolution) would find favour in my house. Could fit them all onto a single CD as well. 

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