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KLOS Radio Chris Carter rolls out salute to Beatles movies
« on: February 24, 2012, 05:22:48 AM »

The Orange County Register
February 22, 2012
KLOS' Chris Carter rolls out salute to Beatles movies

In other news, Art Laboe exhibit included in Grammy museum tribute to Los Angeles music.Chris Carter celebrates the "Beatles at the Movies" Sunday (Feb. 26) on his 9 a.m.-noon KLOS/95.5 FM show "Breakfast w/ the Beatles."Songs from every Beatles and Beatles-related film will be played. It will range from the U.S. premieres of "A Hard Day's Night" in 1964 and "Help!" in 1965 to non-winning Beatles Oscar best-song nominees, including Paul McCartney's "Live and Let Die" in 1973 and "Vanilla Sky" in 2002.Carter, of course, is our storyteller, and one of many gems is the Beatles' last public performance on the rooftop at No. 3 Saville Row in central London in 1969. Carter said it was at "the new Apple headquarters around mid-day on Thursday, Jan. 30. The temperature was a nippy 40 degrees. It lasted a full 42 minutes and may well have gone on longer had it not been for the complaints of their neighbor, Stanley Davis, a wool merchant next door who was not a Beatle fan, so it seemed. I pieced together the best recordings and linked them together to give the real deal on the rooftop."


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