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The Beatles Songs Did Not Inspire The Manson Family Murders; In “MANSON EXPOSED,” Author Ivor Davis Explains Why The Prosecution’s Motive Was Wrong

    The Beatles Songs Did Not Inspire The Manson Family Murders; In “MANSON EXPOSED,” Author Ivor Davis Explains Why The Prosecution’s Motive Was Wrong

OJAI, Calif., July 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Investigative reporter and award-winning author Ivor Davis reveals the truth—one that the Los Angeles District Attorney chose to ignore in favor of the

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HORNSEY ROAD TOUR – A personal message from Mark Lewisohn

    HORNSEY ROAD TOUR – A personal message from Mark Lewisohn

A message from Mark …Hello, I seldom send blanket emails, but I want everyone to know my news and hopefully I can receive your support. I’m about to tour for

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Mersey Beat Makes Its Debut by Bill Harry – (McCartney Times Exclusive)

    Mersey Beat Makes Its Debut by Bill Harry – (McCartney Times Exclusive)

Mersey Beat Makes Its Debut (by Bill Harry, billharry@aol.com) The first issue of Mersey Beat made its debut on 6 July 1963, produced from a tiny little office in the

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The Beatles: Hornsey Road With Mark Lewisohn to Tour the UK

    The Beatles: Hornsey Road With Mark Lewisohn to Tour the UK

September 2019 marks the golden anniversary of the Beatles’ multi-platinum album Abbey Road – the last work they recorded before their seismic breakup. Released in September 1969, it was the

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And in The End: The Last Days of The Beatles

    And in The End: The Last Days of The Beatles

‘And in The End: The Last Days of The Beatles.’ Bill Harry interviews Ken McNab, author of the book.  

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Amherst Wire | Woodstock 50: the return of an era?

    Amherst Wire | Woodstock 50: the return of an era?

The iconic three days of peace and music that the Woodstock Festival procured in 1969 are returning for their 50th

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Paul McCartney Remembers Longtime Beatles Engineer Geoff Emerick – Variety

    Paul McCartney Remembers Longtime Beatles Engineer Geoff Emerick – Variety

Geoff Emerick, the Grammy Award-winning engineer and producer who was the Beatles’ chief recording engineer during their career, died Tuesday of heart

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TEAFLIX Tuesdays with Lawrence Gowan (Styx)

    TEAFLIX Tuesdays with Lawrence Gowan (Styx)

TEAFLIX Tuesdays with Lawrence Gowan (Styx) Lawrence Henry Gowan (born 22 November 1956) is a Scottish-born Canadian musician. Gowan has

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An interview with Bill Harry by Tsuf Plotkin

    An interview with Bill Harry by Tsuf Plotkin

An interview with Bill Harry by Tsuf Plotkin. Brian claimed in his biography that he first heard about the Beatles

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One last blast of musical magic – Budapest Times

    One last blast of musical magic – Budapest Times

On August 29, 1966, The Beatles ended a US tour at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California, and then declared there would be more concerts. In future they would only

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