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Beatles song ‘When I’m Sixty-four’ could give older people the blues | Irish Examiner

The song lyrics “when I get older, losing my hair, many years from now, will you still be sending me a Valentine, birthday greeting, bottle of wine”, associate old age

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Beatles Producer George Martin ‘Invented The Job’ : The Record : NPR

Beatles fans around the world are paying tribute to the group’s longtime producer, Sir George Martin, who died Tuesday at age 90.Paul McCartney said in a statement, “The world has

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Rare Beatles photos to be auctioned in Newcastle | Tyne Tees – ITV News

A collection of rare Beatles photos given to a Tyneside teenager by an Apple Studios security guard in 1971 are to be auctioned in Newcastle.The rare promotional photos from Apple

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Lennon’s stolen photos traced – Entertainment – NZ Herald News

They are some of the most intimate images ever taken of John and Yoko. In one portrait, the couple are

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Martin punched the Beatles’ “Ticket to Ride” | Local News | mcalesternews.com

I became aware at a young age of the role played by music recording producers.By reading liner notes while still

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From The Beatles To The Future: Abbey Road Opens First Music Tech Incubator In Europe – Forbes

Abbey Road is as famous as the artists who have recorded there. Sting, Pink Floyd, Queen, Duran Duran and dozens

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Why George Martin almost turned down The Beatles | Examiner.com

Sir George Martin, legendary producer for the Beatles, who passed away on March 8 at the age of 90, surprisingly

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‘The Fab One Hundred and Four,’ by David Bedford (2016): Books

In addition to the talents of George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, many others played a role

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This Week in Music History

March 15th, 1967 –  George Harrison records his first session for his new song ‘Within You Without You’ at Abbey Road. George played the swarmandal and tamboura on this track,

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