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    Freeman shot the cover photos of With The Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Help!, Rubber Soul, Beatles For Sale and John Lennon's two books. Freeman's photos of the Beatles also appear in the credits of the movies A Hard Day's Night and Help!

    Robert Freeman, photographer of iconic Beatles album covers, dies at 82

    https://www.nydailynews.com/news/wor...ubq-story.html

    On the cover of the Help! album, the Beatles are depicted signaling in semaphore but without flags. It is commonly thought that they were signaling the letters H, E, L and P. They were actually signaling N-U-J-V. The Daily Beatle website explains why Freeman didn't use H-E-L-P.

    Album cover: Help!

    https://wogew.blogspot.com/2014/12/a...vers-help.html

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    I love listening to the Beatles Channel.
    I would be very disappointed if they changed/quit it.

    The next best channel would be the 'Neil Young' channel.

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    Here, for your amazement and amusement, are videos from Raymond Schillinger's You Can't Unhear This YouTube channel revealing the "hidden F-bomb" in Hey Jude and the "hidden voice" and "hidden guitar solo" in I Want You (She's So Heavy), the last song all four Beatles worked on together at Abbey Road studios.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyo1ScwcDAc

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hv2EkzqUb8

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    The last line of the handwritten lyrics says, "Ending. Fading." Paul obviously saw no need to write "na-na-na-na-na-na-na" over and over and over.

    Lyrics to the Beatles' Hey Jude, handwritten by Paul McCartney, sell at auction for $910,000

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/11/us/th...rnd/index.html

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    Andy, Chas, Pete, Pete, Eric, Tony, Klaus, Stu, Billy and Jimmie. It isn't fair to call these men "the other Beatles." Some of them merely played on a few recordings or played alongside the Beatles at a few club appearances. But this video reveals who inspired the "Beatle haircut" and who was considered to be a "lousy drummer."

    Ten interesting facts about the other Beatles

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnSoKCLN3HY

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    Today a new video was posted to the YouTube channel You Can't Unhear This. It explains the "mystery voice" singing "She loves you, yeah yeah yeah" (twice) at the 3:23 mark of the Beatles' 1967 hit All You Need Is Love. Was it Paul? Was it John? Was it both? We finally know the answer – and we can blame the confusion on a schmuck in a purple shirt who knocked Paul's mike stand over.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTzejEpFp9E

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    When Kirchherr began photographing the Beatles, Pete Best was the drummer and Stu Sutcliffe was the bassist. Kirchherr and Sutcliffe got engaged in 1960 but Sutcliffe wound up dying of a cerebral hemorrhage at age 21.

    Beatles photographer Astrid Kirchherr dead at 81: A 'beautiful human being,' says Ringo Starr
    The German photographer is credited with taking some of the earliest photos of the iconic band.

    https://people.com/music/beatles-pho...rr-dies-at-81/

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    On June 23, 1994, Paul, George and Ringo (and their wives) assembled at the recording studio in George's mansion in Friar Park, Henley-on-Thames. They abandoned their original intent to perform Let It Be for the Beatles Anthology documentary series and three-CD compilation and instead wound up jamming on Raunchy, Blue Moon Of Kentucky and other early rock'n'roll songs. Here is the all-too-short video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxMqYElbVKo

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    On October 3, 1964, the Beatles, Sandie Shaw, P.J. Proby, Lyn Cornell, Tommy Quickly, Sounds Incorporated and the Karl Denver Trio filmed an episode of the ABC-TV musical series Shindig! at Granville Studio in London. Members of the Beatles Fan Club were the audience. The program was shown four days later in the United States but was never televised in England. Go figure! The Beatles sang three songs. Here are two promos and the Beatles' performance:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2b02nZzCOM

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    I'm Down, written by Paul McCartney, was the B-side of the Beatles' 1965 number-one hit Help!. Ace Frehley, lead guitarist of Kiss, just released a cover version. Here it is:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDgK-cflVe0

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