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17 HOURS AGO - Rolling Stone

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The Beatles Make History With 'All You Need Is Love': A Minute-by-Minute Breakdown

On June 1st, 1967, the Beatles released Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, boosting the sales of vintage military uniforms and further cementing their status as the biggest rock group in the world. Two weeks later, they started work on their next omnipresent musical event: participating in the Our World...

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23 HOURS AGO - Reality TV World

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Remembering when The Beatles rocked Candlestick Park

It was 48 years ago today, in a now-abandoned arena, that The Beatles played their last live concert for paying fans.

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23 HOURS AGO - UPI

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Long and Winding Road: Remembering The Beatles' 1966 concert at Candlestick Park

Ed AdamczykSAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 28 (UPI) -- It was 48 years ago today that The Beatles played their last live concert for paying fans, in the now-abandoned arena of Candlestick Park.

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AUG 29, 2014 - New Statesman

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Battle of the Beatles: who was the fabbest of the four?

Four leading figures make their cases for Paul, John, George or Ringo respectively.  Alan Johnson on Paul McCartney Terry Jones on John Lennon Joan Bakewell on George Harrison Geoff Lloyd on Ringo Starr Alan Johnson on Paul McCartney I can’t quite remember if it was Susan Kelly or Christine Roberts who liked John best. I’m sure it was Pauline Bright ...

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AUG 29, 2014 - New Statesman

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Class, commerce and pop: what the Beatles mean today

A band like the Beatles could never make it as big as they did in our era of hyper-commercialisation and Brit School elitism.  Image: Jean-Pierre Degas/Hemis/Corbis Fifty years ago, then future New Statesman editor Paul Johnson wrote a critical essay warning against the imminent “apotheosis of inanity” heralded by the success of the Beatles. The piece was the most complained ...

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