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Arthur Dooley – by Bill Harry

    Arthur Dooley – by Bill Harry

Arthur Dooley By Bill Harry. Every now and then in life you come across a rare person. That seemed to be my fortune in Liverpool in the late Fifties. In

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Bardot & the Beatles by Bill Harry

Bardot & the Beatles by Bill Harry When the Beatles filled in their biographical ‘lifelines’ for the New Musical Express in 1963, under ‘Favourite Actresses’ Paul wrote: Brigitte Bardot, George

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Bill Harry

Bill Harry (born 17 September 1938), is the creator of Mersey Beat; a newspaper of the early 1960s which focused on the Liverpool music scene. Harry had previously started various

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Pete Shotton, Early John Lennon Bandmate & Childhood Friend, Dies at 75 | Billboard

    Pete Shotton, Early John Lennon Bandmate & Childhood Friend, Dies at 75 | Billboard

Pete Shotton, a friend of John Lennon’s who knew him from early childhood in Liverpool and stayed connected with him during his career with The Beatles and after, has died

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An A To Z of Sir Paul McCartney

    An A To Z of Sir Paul McCartney

An A To Z of Sir Paul McCartney   by Bill Harry A is for Asher, the girl he nearly

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May 15th 1967 – Paul McCartney meets Linda Eastman – Beatles in London Blog

    May 15th 1967 – Paul McCartney meets Linda Eastman – Beatles in London Blog

May 15th 1967 – Paul McCartney meets Linda Eastman at the Bag O Nails Club in Kingly Street, Soho, London.In

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HOW I WON THE WAR

    HOW I WON THE WAR

HOW I WON THE WAR By Bill Harry John Lennon’s first real solo venture – a film in which he

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The Beatles and The Simpsons

    The Beatles and The Simpsons

The Beatles and The Simpsons   By Bill Harry   The Simpsons cartoon series featured many Beatles references and several

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McCartney (album)

    McCartney (album)

McCartney (album)   by: Bill Harry There was some internal wrangling at Apple concerning Paul’s first solo album release. Paul

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THE LAST WALTZ

    THE LAST WALTZ

THE LAST WALTZ A review by: Bill Harry A 1978 United Artists film, 117 minutes in length, directed by Michael Scorsese and produced by Robbie Robertson. The Band comprised Rick

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