For this week on #askNat I have the pleasure of responding to a question from Jim McLaughlin of Vacaville, CA. Here is what he sent me earlier this year: Hi Nat, I have enjoyed your website for many years. I won a trivia Christmas quiz a couple of years ago…. When I see photos of […]
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Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. This week’s entry takes us back to January 1969’s Get Back Sessions when The Beatles recorded the lion’s share of what would become the Let It Be album the following year. After a month of recording and while filmed for a documentary at both Twickenham Film Studios […]
This week’s #askNat question comes from Tony in South Carolina who wants to know how the 2009 stereo remastered Beatles catalog compares to the earlier vinyl box set The Beatles Collection (commonly known as The Blue Box or by its catalog number BC-13) that was released in 1978. BC-13 contained the following UK LPs: Please […]
Book review: Fred Goodman’s Allen Klein – The Man Who Bailed Out The Beatles, Made The Stones, and Transformed Rock & Roll
If you ask a group of Beatles fans who was really responsible for breaking up the legendary fabs you’ll likely get a few different answers, and at the top of the list will either be Yoko Ono or Allen Klein. Yoko, becoming heavily involved with John in 1968, was eventually his wife, soulmate and closest […]
This week’s #askNat inquiry comes from John Wells of Boston who has this to say: Hi Nat, I have a question about the songs that ended up on what we now know as the Get Back/Let It Be album(s). We know that in January 1969 The Beatles were contemplating a live show, and were rehearsing […]
Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. In June 1965, you might think The Beatles would’ve been getting a little rusty with their live act. The last time the group performed a full concert on stage was at their final Christmas season show on January 16th, at the Hammersmith in London, some six months […]