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The Death and Life of Mal Evans by Peter Lee

The late Mal Evans was, in tandem with Neil Aspinall, among the Beatles’ closest contacts throughout the sixties, being tasked with guarding them and lugging their equipment everywhere. Evans was

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Beatles: George Harrison Gets Last Laugh as “Here Comes the Sun” Most Popular on Spotify | Showbiz411

This is sort of poetic justice. The number 1 streamed Beatles song on Spotify is George Harrison’s “Here Comes the Sun.” The classic song from “Abbey Road” has 18 million

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Beatles amplifier returned to Halewood superfan with incredible memorabilia collection – Liverpool Echo

A Beatles fanatic who was good friends with the group has got his hands back on a historic amplifier almost certainly used by the band.Halewood man Stan Cargill has spent

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George Harrison: Six Most Inspiring Quotes

Refereed to as the ‘quiet one’, George Harrison was always seen to be a bit of a dark horse. So much so he even went on to name his own

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Pandit Ravi Shankar, the Indian virtuoso who introduced The Beatles to the sitar

Who was Ravi Shankar?Pandit Ravi Shankar, was the virtuoso sitar maestro who introduced Indian classical music to the world and inspired

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Pattie Boyd’s unseen photos of the Beatles to go on display in UK | Daily Mail Online

A thrilling new collection of previously unseen photographs of the Beatles and Eric Clapton taken by Pattie Boyd are to

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PERSPECTIVES: Louise Harrison | KTEP

LOUISE HARRISON knows all about Beatlemania – her brother George was a Beatle. And if it wasn’t for her efforts,

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George Harrison Tribute Custom Shop Telecaster comes out of hiding | MusicRadar

Fender has revealed a secretively concocted Custom Shop Telecaster tribute to George Harrison.The guitar, created by Master Builder Paul Waller,

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This Week in Music History

March 15th, 1967 –  George Harrison records his first session for his new song ‘Within You Without You’ at Abbey

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Sir George Martin was one of a rare, disappearing breed – gentlemen | Voices | The Independent

  One of the most remarkable things about the obituary tributes to the music producer George Martin, who died last week at the age of 90, was the apparent evenness

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