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The Delights of Parsing the Beatles’ Most Nonsensical Song

from The Atlantic   Released 50 years ago, “I Am the Walrus” is endlessly analyzable, and yet somehow analysis-proof.   “It seems very pretty,” she said when she had finished it, “but it’s rather hard to understand!” (You see she didn’t...

/ November 25, 2017

All 213 Beatles Songs, Ranked From Worst to Best

By Bill Wyman www.vulture.com  At Beatles anniversary time, the stories write themselves. “It was 25/30/40 years ago today!” “The act you’ve known for all these years!” “A splendid time was guaranteed for all!” Last week’s 50th anniversary of the U.S....

/ June 9, 2017

The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper at 50: A track by track analysis

It was the first rock album with printed lyrics, the first with a fold-out cover, the first to win a “Best Album” Grammy. It may be the most influential record in pop history, and the best-loved. It changed the direction...

/ May 31, 2017

This is why Brian Epstein Billboards are appearing Around the City

Posters and signs dedicated to the late Beatles manager are being spotted across Liverpool by Ellen Kirwin The Liverpool Echo dpc_watchdog_violation windows 10   If you have been out and about in the city today you may have noticed to...

/ May 24, 2017

These Never-Before-Seen Photos of The Beatles Will Make You Love Them Even More

DAVID MAGNUS by ADAM RATHE MAY 2, 2017 On June 25, 1967, performers representing 19 countries from around the world appeared on Our World, the first international television production broadcast by satellite. An estimated 400 million viewers watched the two-and-a-half...

/ May 4, 2017

Everything Fab Four: Ladies and Gentlemen, the Pictorial Splendor of John, Paul, George, and Ringo!

from The Huffington Post The Beatles are no strangers to artistic interpretation. Even during their heyday, the group members were rendered as fun-loving cartoon characters getting into one playful adventure after another. By the time of their disbandment, the Fab...

/ November 1, 2016