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Ez Ryder posts on 5/8/2010 5:24:05 PM I hear some people, usually younger by far than me, say something along the lines of, "The Beatles were a great rock band,"etc, etc, etc. What an understatement. Oasis was "a great rock band," so was The Who, Cream, The Hollies and on and on and on was every body else. Even Bob Dylan, and yes, even Jimi Hendrix was at the top of the heap of the bands or performers that were not The Beatles. The Beatles were not just at the top of the heap, they were their OWN heap. When The Beatles put out a new album, it was MORE than just a new Beatles album. It began a brand-new era. That's how influential The Beatles were on culture, fashion, and much else, not even to mention MUSIC. Here's a thought. We may not even BE HERE if not for The Beatles! That's right! When the Cold War was happening, one thing that helped it start to thaw just a little was the idea that "hmmmm, the kids over there in Russia, and those other Communist countries have at least one thing in common w/ us. They dig The Beatles. There's something to work from." It made us realize about each other that "they can't be all that bad."
Arch Omni posts on 5/7/2010 8:55:25 AM Anyone interested in a $10 with free shipping 2 disc set of Beatles 1969 Get Back Sessions - email dmvoid at yahoo dot com.
Ez Ryder posts on 5/6/2010 3:03:48 PM I saw "Rain," they're a tribute band from Lake Tahoe of all places. I thought they did a fine job, especially on later period Beatles.



DR-UK posts on 4/22/2010 7:27:26 AM Exclusive! Last chance ticket offer for Sir George Martin event - Limited edition signed Beatles auction prizes! £10 LAST CHANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR Sir George Martin in conversation with Andrew Marr 7.30pm, Wednesday April 28th, Kings Place, London BOOK NOW for these fantastic bargain tickets to see music industry legend and producer of The Beatles Sir George Martin in person discussing his fascinating career 0207 679 8905 tickets@deafnessresearch.org.uk Sir George's outstanding career continues to inspire millions around the world. He has worked with a huge variety of musicians and stars, great classical conductors, comedians and on iconic film scores. Special auction prizes include a Ringo Starr signed drumhead and a limited edition lithograph of Sir George Martin's original 1965 score for the Beatles song "Yesterday" signed by both Sir George and Sir Paul McCartney! All proceeds to Deafness Research UK is the medical research and education charity for deaf and hard of hearing people Registered charity no. 326915
Aaron Anderson posts on 8/30/2008 1:08:17 AM The Beatles Basement Radio Show: Hi there Beatles Fans. Just thought you might like to tune into the THE BEATLES BASEMENT with ARCHER. It's on TONIGHT and every Saturday night from 7pm NEW ZEALAND TIME and you can hear it online through www.1xx.co.nz and a bit further down that page is a link to The Beatles Basement Website. Check it out.
c. stanley posts on 6/23/2005 4:46:40 PM I am a huge Beatles fan and I stumbled upon the best tribute band I have ever seen. The Liverpool Legends is a group that is actually endorsed and managed by Louise Harrison (George's Sister). I found out that they are performing at the Branson Mall Music Theatre in Branson, MO. June 28th through July 3rd and then again on the 5th of July. I don't know if there is a website, but check these guys out if you get a chance.
peter iannucci posts on 5/31/2005 11:55:47 PM anybody that wants to know about the paintings,please contact me.
peter iannucci posts on 5/18/2005 11:45:32 PM five paintings by jim dine for the beatles last album that never came out!!!! my father was the presdent of capital record and nobody nos that they are around!!!!!!!! if you would like to no more email me.
DM posts on 3/10/2005 9:30:49 AM I have beatles January 1969 session tapes on CDRs plus many more rare beatles session tapes. I sell CDrs for $5 shipping and handling is free, if you are looking for the sesskions of particular songs for book research or anything let me know.
Adam posts on 2/5/2005 6:23:40 PM A big hullo to Kate and Meg... I know you, you know me.... Eh, I didn't even know this message board existed!
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