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« on: October 20, 2012, 07:02:56 AM »

Beatles rare 'Love Me Do' single sells for over $21,000 at auction

During the 50th anniversary month of the release of The Beatles' first single, "Love Me Do", a rare original 45 of the song has sold at auction for over $21,000. A very rare Parlophone red label copy of "Love Me Do/P.S. I Love You," with signatures by all four Beatles signed on the ‘B’ side was auctioned off by RRAuction on October 17.


The Guardian
Les Ambassadeurs up for sale

London casino that featured in the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night and the Bond film Dr No has been put up for sale by the Crown Estate


GIG City
Rock photographer Ethan Russell remembers: What was it really like in the ’60s?

Evidence is mounting that the 1960s was indeed the best decade for rock ‘n’ roll.


Los Angeles Times
The Rolling Stones cover the Beatles in unreleased footage

Beatles or Stones? It's the oldest question in rock, but in some unreleased archival footage from director Peter Whitehead's "Charlie Is My Darling," one doesn't have to choose.


Enjoy the new colorful 'Yellow Submarine' at Libbey Bowl in Ojai

For 11 months in 1967-68, Bob Balser pumped color and pizazz into the Blue Meanies, the Sea of Monsters and the world's most famous rock 'n' roll band
Balser will be on hand as an honoree when that remastered edition of "Yellow Submarine" launches the 13th Ojai Film Festival as the traditional opening night free public screening at 7 p.m. Thursday in Libbey Bowl (itself another recently restored piece of art).


Auckland Now
Beatlemania hits Auckland
Fab Four tribute band love life on tour - video interview

From the time Ringo Starr joined, to the moment John Lennon left, The Beatles were together just seven years. And give or take a few line-up changes, The Bootleg Beatles have been going more than four times that.


Beatles tribute rocks Golden Nugget on Oct. 27

The Beatles called it quits after fewer than a dozen years. Imagine what it’s like to play in a Beatles tribute band for 28 years.
How do you stop from getting bored performing in “1964 – The Tribute”? It isn’t like the performers can switch parts. “For me, it does not get stale,” said Mark Benson, who plays John Lennon. “We play the best music ever written.” And therein lies the seed for the longevity: The Beatles are still popular, with almost every age group.


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


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