I thought I would do something a little different for #askNat this week since I have been getting lots of questions recently and over the years about how to tell if your Beatles albums are first pressings, or later issues, based on the labels. So this is in response to all of these questions instead […]
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#askNat – concerning how to “date” first and later pressings of U.S. Capitol Beatles albums by their labels
This week’s #askNat inquiry comes from Twitter follower dawsongeek3000 who asks me this: Do you know how many and the types of twelve-string guitars that John Lennon used? A good question indeed! During his Beatles years John acquired two 12-string guitars that I am aware of. The first was a Rickenbacker 325-12 Jet-glo which he […]
Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. Last Thursday’s #askNat entry concerning the Help! movie got me thinking about that era and the music The Beatles were recording around this time. As most of you are aware, the seven new Beatles songs heard in the film were not the only ones recorded during this […]
This week on the 4th of July #askNat I respond to a message sent in all the way from Brazil back in April. It comes from Anisio Brandao Machado Jr. who says: Dear Nat, I have two curiosities about the end of the movie Help! Why does it indicate at the end credits that the […]
This week’s question on #askNat comes from Mike Ray of Fargo, North Dakota who asks this: Who actually gets the credit for playing guitar on the James Bond Theme that precedes the song “Help!” on the U.S. Soundtrack album? Obviously NOT The Beatles. Very true Mike, it isn’t The Beatles at all. 10 people […]
On #askNat this week I’m responding to a great question from Rick in Canada who has questions about the early Beatles releases in his country: Hi, I’m a 60 year old Canadian musician, and have a lot of Beatles records. I just have a few questions. Releases like the Canadian only LPs, Beatlemania! With The […]