Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. If you are are a returning visitor you likely already know that the scope here often extends into the individual Beatles’ careers after they broke up. That is the case this time around and since I’ve also recently had a request for more Ringo Starr rarities, I’ve […]
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Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. A look at the early output of The Beatles makes it quite apparent that they held a high regard for the American soul/Rhythm & Blues (R&B) genre of the late fifties and early sixties. With covers on their first two albums such as Arthur Alexander’s “Anna (Go […]
This week’s #askNat question comes from Facebook friend Brian Kelly of Oneonta, New York. So let’s jump right in and see what Brian has to say: I’ve been chatting with Dennis Mitchell (of Dennis Mitchell’s Breakfast With The Beatles) for the last year or so and we’ve been discussing something and I’d like your input […]
This time around on #askNat, Brian Downey from Raleigh, NC has this to say: Love your site Nat! My question is this: It seems that for the All Things Must Pass album George Harrison wrote a large number of songs in a very short time. Were these songs written during his time with The Beatles […]
Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. It was in the afternoon on January 28th, 1969 when this weeks feature was recorded and only one more full day left before The Beatles would culminate the Get Back sessions with their legendary unexpected lunch hour performance on the roof of Apple Headquarters in downtown London. […]
Welcome back for another Beatles Rarity of the Week. A few weeks back I heard from someone who told me what a great time he had in November 1974 when he caught George Harrison’s concert at the St. Louis Arena in Missouri. I told him I’d put something up from that same American tour and […]