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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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Billy Hatton obituary | Music | The Guardian

    Billy Hatton obituary | Music | The Guardian

“I knew and loved Billy for many years. He was one of the must cheerful people I have ever known. Never complained, even though he often had reason to. When

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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

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HELP!

    HELP!

HELP!  by Bill Harry Work on the second Beatles movie ‘Help!’ began on 24 February 1965, with an eleven-week shooting

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Give My Regards To Broad Street

    Give My Regards To Broad Street

Give My Regards To Broad Street  By Bill Harry Paul’s McCartney’s ambition to produce a feature film came to fruition

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Shake It Up Baby

    Shake It Up Baby

SHAKE IT UP BABY. by Bill Harry When Virginia and I moved to London in 1966 it was ostensibly to

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EPSTEIN AND THE ‘LOVE ME DO’ MOUNTAIN

    EPSTEIN AND THE ‘LOVE ME DO’ MOUNTAIN

Brian Epstein and the ‘Love Me Do’ Mountain by Bill Harry   When ‘Love Me Do’ was released, there were

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Influencing America

    Influencing America

Influencing America by Bill Harry The Beatles and the British bands inspired American youth resulting in more homegrown groups, rather than solo singers, beginning to emerge on the American music

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