Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week and since this will not only be the last BROW of 2013, but the last entry on the site – period – for this year, I want to make it something festive! In August of 1974, Ringo Starr rounded up the assistance of a few friends to […]
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Welcome back to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. This week’s BROW is sort of a tribute to the late sound engineer-record producer extraordinaire, Phil Ramone, who sadly left us earlier in the year. It’s also a follow up to a couple of earlier entries on The Beatles Rarity from way back in 2010, when […]
Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. Paul McCartney & Wings released a relatively softer rock album in 1978 called London Town, shortly after the departures of late guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and drummer Joe English. Paul’s idea afterwards was to return to a more raw version of straight rock and roll and get Wings […]
It’s a new week and time for another Beatles Rarity Of The Week (BROW). My name is Happy Nat and I put these BROWs out every Monday right here on TheBeatlesRarity.com, so mark your calendars! In 1990 Yoko Ono organized a charity tribute concert for John Lennon to be held on May 5th of that […]
This week for BROW I’m sharing sessions material from one of John Lennon’s most successful post-Beatles albums. Including the first three experimental albums with Yoko Ono and the debut live effort by the Plastic Ono Band, Walls And Bridges was John’s ninth album apart from The Beatles. It was recorded during his over 18-month separation […]
This week on #askNat I’m responding to an inquiry from Stacey in Pittsburgh, PA who writes: I have heard Paul McCartney talk about how during the Beatles recording of “Let It Be,” there was a high note that they could not reach, so Linda McCartney was asked if she would try it. He eludes that […]