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8th August, 1969. One of the unused images taken for the cover of Abbey Road, shot by Iain Macmillan. 

See the rest of the outtakes at thebeatles.com: http://gnikn.us/abbeyroadouttakes
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Video of ancient geezer showing how to dance to The Beatles "Come Together."
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A shot of the band playing the Empire, Liverpool March 24th, 1963, by Dezo Hoffmann.
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+Viviana Cárcamo Quisto me too not many people do anymore 
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Vans' collection of footwear showcasing the unique artwork from Yellow Submarine.
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Sure!! I was 10 when they have broken up; in spite of everything, these guys are with us, ever, and ever, and ever!  :)
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The Beatles Celebrate 50 Years of Globe-Sweeping Beatlemania with 'The U.S. Albums' - a New 13CD Beatles Collection - and two-hour primetime special "The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY® Salute To The Beatles" 
By the end of 1963, before The Beatles' American arrival, "Beatlemania" had already sprung forth across the Atlantic to take root in the U.S. Radio stations across the U.S. began to play The Beatles' latest U.K. singles in almost non-stop rotation, trying to meet an insatiable listener demand. 

On February 7, 1964, The Beatles arrived at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport, greeted by scores of screaming, swooning fans who rushed the gate to catch a glimpse of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr as they took their first steps on American soil. Two nights later, on Sunday, February 9, 74 million viewers in the U.S. and millions more in Canada tuned in to CBS to watch The Beatles make their American television debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show." 

THE U.S. ALBUMS RELEASE:
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of these history-making events, The U.S. Albums, a new 13CD Beatles collection spanning 1964's Meet The Beatles! to 1970's Hey Jude, will be released January 20 (January 21 in North America) by Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol. The Beatles' U.S. albums differed from the band's U.K. albums in a variety of ways, including different track lists, song mixes, album titles, and art...

Read more about the release visit http://gnikn.us/19k2DTc

You will be able to pre-order the U.S. albums and the U.S. boxset from the official Beatles stores and from your local retailer:

US STORE: http://thebeatles.shop.bravadousa.com/
UK STORE: http://www.thebeatlesonline.co.uk/
JAPAN STORE: http://www.thebeatles-store.jp/
BRAZIL STORE: http://bandup.tray.com.br/loja/loja-3...

The official Beatles stores will taking pre-orders for the box set, and exclusive merchandise bundles will shortly be available.

A GRAMMY SALUTE TO THE BEATLES:
The Recording Academy®, AEG Ehrlich Ventures and CBS have announced "The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY® Salute To The Beatles," a two-hour primetime entertainment special to air Sunday, February 9 at 8pm ET/PT, precisely 50 years to the day, date and time of The Beatles' groundbreaking debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The special broadcast will feature performances of Beatles songs by many of music's biggest stars in HDTV and 5.1 surround sound.


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The most recent photo-news of The Beatles on their merged SOHO.net's soc.networks page http://soho.net/thebeatles
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"I love this shot of John and George listening to a tape. Look at the size of the damn thing! It's a little player and they've plugged it into a radio. It wasn't all great sound in those days; you just got the best that you could." Ringo Starr

The last image in our series from Ringo's book "Photograph", this is available as a print from 
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+Derek Kelley they recorded material on a magnetic tape reel to reel recorder and were playing back thru radio amp that came with a large built in speaker for.superior sound. Reel to reel predated 8 track tapes. The tape itself was inferior when first introduced with very poor frequency response. Ross westdale
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RINGO STARR SUPPORTS WATERAID WITH AUCTION OF HAND DESIGNED AND SIGNED JACKETS 

On your mark, get set, BID! Autographed @RingoStarrMusic jackets benefiting @WaterAidAmerica on sale now at http://t.co/zdIOZKtBso
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Win 1 of 5 custom made LIFE SIZE replica bass drum bean bags made by Woouf!!! These were made specially just for the On Air release.
Just click on the link and enter your details to enter.
http://mtab.tv/thebeatlesOnAir
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We have hit a milestone - 40 million fans on Facebook. We would like to thank you all for your continued support and love of the band and their music.

From the garden fete in Woolton, from the top of the bus in Liverpool, from a bedroom at Menlove Avenue, from a lunchtime gig at the Cavern, from that very first session at Abbey Road, who could have imagined that the band and their music would reach so many people around the world, and continue to bring light and meaning to so many lives.

In the words of late Derek Taylor, spokesman and friend:
"I have never wavered in my certainty that they painted a new rainbow right across the world, with crocks of gold at each end and then some."

"The world is still spinning and so are we and so are you. 
When the spinning stops - that'll be the time to worry, not before. Until then, The Beatles are alive and well and the beat goes on, the beat goes on."
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There has to be a way to reach a few thousand of them,.so i can get the collection sold. I am dying and out of work and need to let them know that i am not playing a game. I love the Beatles very much but cannot take anything with me when my time is up. 
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Paul has just announced he will be getting back #OutThere in Japan this May playing at:

Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th May: National Stadium, Tokyo
Saturday 24th May: Yanmar Stadium Nagai, Osaka

Full details at www.PaulMcCartney.com
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ポール・マッカートニー、2014年5月再来日公演決定! 5/17(土)・18(日)東京:国立競技場、5/24(土)大阪:ヤンマースタジアム長居。今すぐ公式サイトをチェック→ http://outthere-japantour.com/
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Ok it says : Out Paul McCartney there. Think about it.
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Pre-sale tickets for Quito are now open for all fans. Get yours HERE: http://www.crowdsurge.com/paulmccartney/?event=39608 

Las venta anticipada de entradas para Quito ya está abierta para todos los fans. Compra tus tickets AQUÍ: http://www.crowdsurge.com/paulmccartney/?event=39608 

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+thomas dobias You lucky guy. I´m from Mexico City and my daddy used to teach me english as a second language with Beatles music, like Yellow Submarine. And also with Trini Lopez´s Lemon Tree  
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Paul has been nominated four times at The GRAMMYs!
Paul has been nominated four times at The GRAMMYs:

'Best Rock Song' for 'Cut Me Some Slack' from Sound City Movie with Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters), Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear (Nirvana)

'Best Boxed Set or Special Limited Edition Package' for 'Wings Over America Deluxe Edition'

'Best Surround Sound Album' and 'Best Music Film' for 'Live Kisses'

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All Things Must Pass' is to be inducted into the legendary GRAMMY Hall of Fame in 2014!
We were thrilled to learn today that The Recording Academy has announced 'All Things Must Pass' is to be inducted into the legendary GRAMMY Hall of Fame in 2014.

The GRAMMYs Hall of Fame honours both singles, and album recordings of all genres that are at least 25 years old, and which “exhibit qualitative or historical significance”. This year – the 40th anniversary of the Hall of Fame – there are to be 27 inductees, bringing the total list to 960 titles (this list is on display at The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live).

Neil Portnow (President/CEO of The Recording Academy) described these recordings as “memorable and inspiring, [they] are proudly added to our growing catalog — knowing that they have become a part of our musical, social, and cultural history.”

The newly revealed inductees will be acknowledged during the 56th annual Grammy Awards, which will air January 26, 2014, on CBS.
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This is how meeting new people often feels...
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"The story began in Harold Macmillan’s “never had it so good” ’50s Britain. It should be fiction: four teenagers with no more than eight O’Levels between them, running and biking and busing and busking all over Liverpool in search of new chords and old guitars and half-decent drum kit and any gig at all.

They were determined to amount to something (in George’s words “we just had this amazing inner feeling of: ‘We’re going to do it’. I don’t know why… we were just cocky”) and make a record (in Ringo’s words "you’d kill for that bit of plastic and make some money and have a laugh and shout.") That would do to be going on with.

Six years later, they were the four most famous and musical men on earth, the best dressed and on a good day the most captivating people anyone can remember. The narrative that began where Paul met John and clicked at a garden fete in leafy Liverpool, and ended in high dudgeon in high-end London, is so far fetched that it needs the power of a song punctuating every page to remind you with a joyous jolt that it was all true.

We didn’t dream it... though it came out of John’s dream of the “man on a flaming pie” who said “You are Beatles with an ‘A’”. It did all happen. The whole wonderful thing did happen, a long time ago, on the Mersey, on the Elbe, by the Thames and the Hudson River.

Amazing and marvellous and, nearly [fifty] years on, forever young."
Derek Taylor