Top 10 George Martin Non-Beatles Records
Ultimate Classic Rock celebrates the best non-Beatles records produced by George Martin.
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Revolution in the Head: The Beatles' Records and the Sixties [Ian MacDonald] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This “Bible of the Beatles” captures the iconic band’s magical and mysterious journey from adorable teenagers to revered cultural emissaries.
Beatles Records, LPs, Vinyl and CDs - MusicStack
British rock/pop group, formed in Liverpool, England during the late 1950s. Signed to recording contract with EMI in 1962. The lineup (1962-70) comprised John Lennon (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards), Paul McCartney (vocals, bass, guitar, keyboards, percussion), George Harrison (guitar, vocals, sitar), and Ringo Starr (drums, vocals ...
The Beatles U.K. Guide LP/Label History - Yokono
Label History from 1963 to 1980s (Update: 22th. November 2017) Notice* Click some label pictures, so you can see the large picture image.
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18 Beatles Songs That John Lennon Totally Hated
Music 18 Beatles Songs That John Lennon Totally Hated He was only kinda "meh" on the Fab Four, really.
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So the powers that be at Apple/Universal have decided it’s time for DVD/Blu-Ray Beatles promotional videos. It’s about time. Anybody have any thoughts?
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More popular than Jesus - Wikipedia
"We're more popular than Jesus" was a remark made by the Beatles' John Lennon during a 1966 interview, in which he argued that Christianity would end before rock music.