Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. When The Beatles’ second Parlophone single, “Please Please Me,” started rushing up the British charts, the idea of getting a Beatles debut album out gained a new level of urgency. Producer George Martin was keen on striking while the iron was hot. He booked them for three […]
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Thursdays are #askNat days here on The Beatles Rarity. This is where I take on a Beatles-related question sent in from anyone out there who has something that they are wondering about within the Beatles’ universe. For this week I also want to wish all Americans who are reading this entry when it’s new, a […]
This week’s question comes from “Beatle Ed” who runs the show over at Internet streaming radio station Fab4Radio. In case you don’t know, after covering his inquiry, I give some info below about how to tune in to Fab 4 Radio – an excellent source of Beatles, solo Beatles and other Beatles-related music and programming. […]
This week on #askNat, I have heard from “James” who says he is from the United States. That may not narrow it down too much but hopefully I should still be able to answer his question adequately enough. He says: Hey there, I have a question you can use for the #askNat spot. The Beatles’ […]
Hello everyone and welcome to yet another installment of #askNat. My name is Happy Nat and this is where I select a question that is somehow Beatles-related, from anyone out there reading who sends one in, and give it my best answer. This week’s comes from Mick who is writing in from Horsens, Denmark. Here […]
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 […]