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13 Beatles news updates and articles
« on: September 28, 2012, 04:38:27 AM »

Meet The Beatles' Massive Vinyl Box Set

Beatles fans, dust off your record players. The band's original studio album remasters, which were released on CD and iTunes to much fanfare in 2009 and 2010, will make their stereo vinyl debuts on November 13 as part of an elaborate box set.


Live Auctioneers
Rare Revolver gold record goes up for auction

Kings Auctions Inc. in affiliation with California Estate Sales and Auction Gallery, has announced it will be auctioning a very special piece of Beatles memorabilia. Up for auction will be a Revolver gold album framed with a Revolver cover that is signed by all four Beatles.


The Beatles Remasters to Make Vinyl Debut
UPDATED: The 14 sonically enhanced titles that debuted in 2009 will be issued Nov. 13 as 180-gram LPs individually and as a box set.


Beatles' value to Universal revealed following EMI merger

The Beatles’ worth to Universal has been spelt out by new Music Week research naming the group as one of the biggest-selling acts this century. Universal made a point of extracting The Beatles as a band and as solo acts from its EMI concessions last week.


Music Radar
Interview: The Monkees' Micky Dolenz talks drumming, fame, Beatles, Hendrix and more

"In England, they just got it. The Beatles got us. John Lennon said, 'It's like The Marx Brothers.'"


Los Angeles Times
Beatles album catalog will get back to vinyl Nov.

Could the Beatles ever have dreamed when they first set foot in an EMI recording studio in 1962 that one far-off day half a century later, their music not only still would be enjoyed by fans young and old, but that their recordings would be available on vinyl ?


The Wall Street Journal
'Meet the Beatles,' Literally
A new film tells first-hand tales about the Fab Four

Brian Wilson's favorite Beatles song is "Across the Universe." Smokey Robinson's is "Yesterday." John Lennon said he would have voted for Ronald Reagan in 1980 if he could.


Mail Online
Help! Pop music really is slower and sadder than when the Beatles and Abba ruled the charts

If you think pop music ain’t what it used to be, you may well be right.Research shows that today’s songs are slower and sadder than those of the past. And if this dreariness wasn’t depressing enough, they also last longer.


Unusual 10-CD Japanese set commemorates Beatles 50th anniversary

The Beatles themselves haven't done much yet to commemorate their 50th anniversary, but a 10-CD set being released in Japan in October will pay tribute to various special events in the Beatles history, it was revealed today.


Beatles 101: EMI reveals details of Beatles stereo vinyl remastering process

EMI released details Thursday of what they described as the complicated process that produced the newly announced remastered Beatles stereo vinyl albums.


The secret is confirmed: EMI announces there will be a Beatles stereo vinyl box

EMI officially announced today the huge news we first reported last week – that there will be a vinyl stereo box set of the Beatles albums on 180 gram vinyl Nov. 13 in North America and Nov. 12 in the rest of the world.


The Beatles' Final Film: Let It Be

It was 1969 and The Beatles, although still brilliant as musicians and as a recording group, were on their last legs. But the band still owed one film on a long-ago signed contract with United Artist films. Let It Be was originally planned as a television documentary, but later became the contract-fulfilling film the Beatles needed to be over and done with it all.


Charleston Daily Post
Tribute 'Beatle' is one of the family

Life is what happens when your busy making other plans. John Lennon


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