McCartney Times

The Beatles Artifacts

How many albums have The Beatles sold?

    How many albums have The Beatles sold?

The Beatles are perhaps the most celebrated British pop group of all time. While the Rolling Stones were busy absorbing and transmuting the sound of American R&B, The Beatles were

0 comment Read Full Article

George Harrison’s Isolated Vocals On ‘My Sweet Lord’ Display His Genius | News | Clash Magazine Music News, Reviews & Interviews

    George Harrison’s Isolated Vocals On ‘My Sweet Lord’ Display His Genius | News | Clash Magazine Music News, Reviews & Interviews

George Harrison was one of the most feted-guitarists of all time. A key component in the artistic evolution of The Beatles, his early contributions fused the rock ‘n’ roll stylings

0 comment Read Full Article

Michael Jackson purchasing The Beatles catalog struck George Harrison as odd because he was supposed to be Paul McCartney’s friend. – Techno Trenz

    Michael Jackson purchasing The Beatles catalog struck George Harrison as odd because he was supposed to be Paul McCartney’s friend. – Techno Trenz

Given that Michael Jackson was supposed to be Paul McCartney’s friend, George Harrison found it odd that he purchased The Beatles’ entire discography. In 1985, Jackson purchased all of Paul

0 comment Read Full Article

10 hit songs that were turned down by other artists

    10 hit songs that were turned down by other artists

Sometimes, all it takes is one listen to a song to know that it is bound to be a hit, material so unique that it is simply destined to sell

0 comment Read Full Article

The Beatles: New podcast explores forgotten Irish connections – BBC News

  The Beatles: New podcast explores forgotten Irish connections – BBC News

The Cavern Club, Penny Lane, Strawberry Field – Liverpool locations which will forever be associated with The Beatles. But although

0 comment Read Full Article

Ed Rudy, Chronicler of the Beatles’ First Trip to America, Dies at 93 – The New York Times

  Ed Rudy, Chronicler of the Beatles’ First Trip to America, Dies at 93 – The New York Times

On Feb. 7, 1964, when the Beatles were greeted by thousands of screaming fans at John F. Kennedy International Airport,

0 comment Read Full Article

Liverpool Philharmonic to auction limited edition John Lennon and Yoko Ono vinyl – The Guide Liverpool

  Liverpool Philharmonic to auction limited edition John Lennon and Yoko Ono vinyl – The Guide Liverpool

Liverpool Philharmonic is auctioning off a limited-edition acetate of ‘Happy Xmas (War is Over!)’ by John Lennon, Yoko Ono, the

0 comment Read Full Article

Hear the isolated vocals on ‘From Me To You’ by The Beatles

  Hear the isolated vocals on ‘From Me To You’ by The Beatles

Building on the success of their first two singles, ‘Love Me Do’ and ‘Please Please Me’, The Beatles released ‘From

0 comment Read Full Article

Iggy Pop Shares The Beatle Who Made Him Starstruck – Rock Celebrities

  Iggy Pop Shares The Beatle Who Made Him Starstruck – Rock Celebrities

No matter how famous anyone is in the industry, it is almost impossible to avoid getting starstruck when meeting a

0 comment Read Full Article

Sean Lennon Recalls Growing Up Next Door to ‘Aunt’ Roberta Flack

  Sean Lennon Recalls Growing Up Next Door to ‘Aunt’ Roberta Flack

When Roberta Flack moved into the Dakota in the 1970s, she took up residence next to the New York City

0 comment Read Full Article