Beatles fans from around the world have a chance to relive Beatlemania all over again in a new Apple Corps-approved project to collect rare media directly from those who experienced it firsthand.
Earlier this week (November 13) Beatles fans in New York and Los Angeles were treated to mobile Beatle “pop-up shops.” The “shops” were customized double decker buses, which made several stops. The buses served to promote the release of the Beatles’ catalog on 180-gram vinyl LPs. The stores sold the LPs collectively as a box set, as well as individually; Beatles CDs and other merchandise was also on sale. In each city, a unique commemorative shirt from the event was sold (and sold quickly to eager Beatles collectors).
Selections from “The John Lennon Letters” will soon be available in a new app for iPhone iOS.
Paul McCartney apparently had a near-death experience in May which is just being reported on now.
There have been a number of films about The Beatles throughout the years but never one solely based on the life of the man who discovered the band – until now.
The recently refurbished vehicle is scheduled to be available for bidding for between £300,000-£380,000 ($482,880 – $611,648) however, the vehicle is labeled without reserve, it might sell for much more.
It’s difficult to match the uniqueness of Paul McCartney’s 1979 holiday original, “Wonderful Christmastime,” so jolly old saint Macca isn’t even trying.
“I wish they had taken a few weeks to make it. It’s fine for us freaks.” – Little Steven
The album isn’t quite the same without hearing Dolenz’s stories behind the song choices. He shares a few in our sit-down session with him.
“You’ve got to hide your junk away.”