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Nowhere Boy is directed by English visual artist Sam Taylor-Wood, marking her feature directorial debut after directing the '08 short film Love You More. The screenplay was written by Matt Greenhalgh, who also wrote the Joy Division biopic Control, and is based on the memoirs of John Lennon written by Julia Baird. This first premiered at the London Film Festival last year and received four BAFTA Awards nominations. The Weinstein Company is distributing Nowhere...

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A California auction house claims to have the only recording of a Beatles news conference dating back 44 years, but another copy exists in North Texas.

In response to a question from Larry Roberts, John Lennon addressed his controversial comment about the Beatles being bigger than Jesus for the first time.

It was at the height of Beatlemania, and Roberts, a radio reporter, was in the thick of it.

"Girls screaming, girls fainting, people throwing...

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This 114 minute DVD declares “rare footage, original rare film and videos of the band, newsreels and photographs from private collections.” The unleashing of these interviews and commentaries are always welcome, more fun than hearing “Imagine” played on Classic Rock radio time and again, and Wienerworld/MVD Visual do a fine job of compiling it all in a very charming package sporting a young Lennon with shirt and tie in a black and white photo.

One would have to ask Beatles filmmaker...

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Paul McCartney: "It's the people in the middle, the record label. There've been all sorts of reasons why they don't want to do it"

He's one of the biggest rock stars in the world, and it's one of the biggest music sellers in the world.

But despite years of negotiations Sir Paul McCartney and iTunes still haven't done a deal to make Beatles' tracks available to download.

"To tell you the truth...

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Throughout the 1990s, “Rock ‘N’ Roll Comics” was a popular staple on the newsstands. Now the title will be receiving an encore as newly-packaged graphic novels through Bluewater Productions in partnership with the original creators Revolutionary Comics.

According to a news release, more than 70 biographies of notable bands and rock legends will be published in 10 bi-monthly volumes starting this month with the “Beatle Experience.” Other classic rockers...

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Nowhere Boy opens in cinemas on 26 December
How to tell the story of the young Lennon? First-time director Sam Taylor-Wood, rising star Aaron Johnson and Yoko Ono talk exclusively about new film Nowhere Boy

Aaron Johnson as the 17-year-old John Lennon in Nowhere Boy

Here in the New Clubmoor Hall in Norris Green, Liverpool, they're selling Bateman's Light Dinner Ale at 6d a bottle. The reek of Nelson's Tipped and Senior Service cigarettes fills the air. Moody boys in slim suits and slick DAs mooch about the dancefloor....

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The official one sheet poster for ‘Nowhere Boy’ has been revealed. The directorial debut of Sam Taylor-Wood, ‘Nowhere Boy’ is based on the book ‘Imagine This: Growing Up With My Brother John Lennon’ by Julia Baird about her half-brother’s pre-Beatles life including when he first met Paul McCartney. The film focuses on the years in which John Lennon was raised by his aunt, Mimi Smith, and later reacquainted with his biological mother, Julia. Lennon’s mother was tragically...

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Boston (DbTechNo) - It is being reported that although The Beatles: Rock Band sold more than 595,000 units in September, analysts are questioning its staying power.

The game is made by Viacom Inc who hoped that it would dominate video game sales, a fact that has just not happened.

Sales better pick up however, as Viacom have promised $10 million to all the various rights holders whose permission was needed before the game could be created.

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The Beatles:
Rock Band, which debuted in the US monthly chart for September in fifth place - making it the number one music game that month ahead of Guitar Hero 5 - sold 100,000 copies of the downloadable single "All You Need is Love" in total, with proceeds going to the Doctors Without Borders charity.

And according to MTV Games the title was the second-highest revenue-earner behind Microsoft's...

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By Harry Wallop, Consumer Affairs Editor
The Beatles really became bigger than Jesus when more people searched for the band than the son of God on Google over the last month.

Graph showing the relative popularity of the search terms Beatles and Jesus on Google over the past 30 days

More than forty years after John Lennon invoked the ire of Christians by claiming his band were bigger...

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What if The Beatles hadn’t broken up in 1970? What if peace broke out after the harmonious recording of Abbey Road, John and Paul discovered common ground in discussing life as newly weds, the success of ’Something’ shifted the chip from George’s shoulder, Ringo decided being drummer in the best band in the world was better than providing voice-overs for Thomas The Tank Engine and even Yoko and Linda became friends, collaborating on a book of vegetarian recipes told...

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The received wisdom is that there are but two surviving Beatles: Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. Absent from the celebration of the release of the Fab Four's remastered albums and the Beatles: Rock Band video game is original drummer Pete Best, the only other person on the planet who can rightfully call himself a Beatle.

With his moody good looks marking him as the heartthrob of the early Beatles, Best was behind the drum...

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Many bands traveled over 7,000 miles from South America to attend the Liverpool Beatles Festival this weekend and brought with them incredible energy and rocking beat that drove audiences wild last night.

The Greets, a band from Cordoba, Argentina, went wild on stage jumping, clapping, and getting the audience to sing along when they performed at the back stage in the Cavern Club. They played a wide range of songs from All My Loving to A Day in the Life with improvised and exciting sound effects and Eleanor Rigby to Revolution.

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What sheer joy it is to be listening to great Beatles classics with thousands of people in the streets of Liverpool where the audience participates in the closing verses of Hey Jude by everyone clapping with arms raised overhead. The audience was a mixed crowd of young people, children, parents and older fans.

The Beatles tribute band "The Greets" based in Argentina played classic Beatles songs to an enthusiastic crowd at the sound stage located in Derby...

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Jerry Levitan and his Daytime Emmy, awarded on Saturday in Los Angeles for his animated short, I Met The Walrus.

Canadian Jerry Levitan has collected yet another accolade for his short animated film I Met The Walrus, garnering a Daytime Emmy. The Torontonian's six-minute film, using pen and ink-style animation, features audio of John Lennon ruminating on global conflict and the need for peace.

"I am stunned that the kindness...

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Compared to his previous marriages with Linda Eastman and Heather Mills, Sir Paul Cartney's courtship with girlfriend Nancy Shevell has been relatively low-key. The normally-private couple put on a rare show of public affection as they joined TV producer friend Lorne Michaels and actor Jack Nicholson at the baseball in New York City last night.

Kiss me quick: Sir Paul McCartney leans in to girlfriend Nancy Shevell as they watch the...

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Producer David Permut has acquired "A Life in the Day," a Tony Gittelson script about the life of Brian Epstein, who discovered and managed the Beatles from 1961 through 1967, when he died of a drug overdose at 32.

Brian Epstein with The Beatles

Permut will produce and Steve Longi and Chris Mangano will be co-producers. Deal comes at a time when the popularity of the Beatles is soaring with album reissues due next month as well as the launch of...

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At the start of the Swinging Sixties, Liverpool was a remarkable place, about to take the world by storm. Mersey Beat was born. A global revolution, based on a thriving Liverpool scene would change rock music and fashion forever, dominate the music charts at home and overseas, and influence generations of musicians to come.

Bigger Than The Beatles, written by highly-respected Mersey Beat author Bill Harry, is a fascinating and entertaining insight into the cultural phenomenon that was Merseyside in the 1960s, featuring rare and excusive pictures from the archives.

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George Harrison was always known as the "quiet Beatle" but he outshines John, Paul and Ringo in this unique exhibition "For George" in George's hometown of Liverpool located on the third floor in St. George's Hall. This one of a kind exhibition features the largest collection of rare George Harrison memorabilia ever displayed and charges no admission.

The "For George" exhibition which runs through September 19th has no commercial...

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Would-be concertgoers and ticket buyers have one last chance to grab tickets for Paul McCartney's summer performances and the 15th annual Vans Warped Tour as those events close during the week ending August 24, as compiled by TicketNews.

What started as just a few scattered concert dates turned into a summer tour of the U.S. and Canada for former Beatle and prolific musician Paul McCartney. Sir Paul has one more gig left in the states this season as he prepares...

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Unheard outtakes from The Beatles' final recording sessions in Abbey Road will be broadcast for the first time as part of a BBC Fab Four season, it was announced today.

The programme, The Beatles On Record, will include studio chat from the band as they pieced together the album, which contained their final sessions as a band. It also features what the BBC says is "rare footage", as well as excerpts from 60 songs.

It will be screened next...

by Wolfking - Comments: 1 - Views: 262

Buried in the middle of a nearly 9,000 world article in the New York Times is the revelation that seminal Beatles albums Rubber Soul and Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band will join Abbey Road as downloadable content for The Beatles: Rock Band game set to be released on September 9th. The albums will be available some time after the game's release. I hope that, eventually, the entire Beatles catalog will be out on...

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Sony/ATV’s music production library Extreme Music has teamed up with Sir George Martin to create a production music library.

The Beatles producer: George Martin

Grandmaster Production Music Library has been created by Sir George and music business entrepreneur Mark Ross and will focus on what Extreme bills as the geniuses behind the glass. Among its initial interests will be new projects by Hugh Padgham, Jack Douglas, Terry Date and Sir George...

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Forty years ago on Saturday, one of the pop world's most infamous and imitated album covers was shot in a little side street in north London.

The idea for the cover of the Beatles' Abbey Road album was initially to call it Everest, after the favourite brand of cigarettes smoked by their engineer Geoff Emerik. Then the thought of doing a Himalayan cover helped kill the idea, and instead they considered doing shoot closer to home.

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Visitors to the Beatles Story are really feeling part of the Fab Four’s music this summer – thanks to the installation of a state-of-the-art four dimensional experience in the attraction’s second home at Liverpool’s Pier Head.

Fab4D takes people on an exciting multi-sensory 4D journey through the music of the Beatles. Audiences will experience a stunning 3D computer generated animation combined with a dramatic 4th dimension which...

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On the list of anticipated music videogames for 2009, one title towers heads 'n shoulders above all others, and they name be The Beatles: Rock Band. Not that most of us haven't heard, absorbed, and had the Fab Four's music fused into our DNA, but in the right hands their legacy and filmography should lend themselves to some of the most wild and creative interactive scenery yet. Most would agree that Harmonix possesses those right hands, and come September 9th (or just9/9/09 for your...

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LONDON -- Artist-turned-filmmaker Sam Taylor-Wood's feature debut "Nowhere Boy" will receive its world preem as the closing night pic of the Times BFI London Film Festival. The John Lennon biopic, which tells the story of the Beatle's teenage years, stars Kristin Scott Thomas, Thomas Sangster and Anne-Marie Duff.

Frosh helmer Taylor-Wood was formerly part of the Young British Artists group, which turned the Brit art scene on its head during much of the 1990s....

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The black and white images were taken when the Fab Four were at the Askers Road House Hotel in Bridport, Dorset. They show John Lennon playing with a Box Brownie camera and him and the other band members in a car.

The hotel owner was also pictured with the stars and she later gave the photographs to her friend. It is her daughter who is now putting them up for auction.

They were taken in the mid-60s - possibly in 1966 when the...

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Photographer Ian Macmillan, who died in 2006, recalled that he had spent only 10 minutes up a stepladder snatching a handful of pictures of the band.

That unforgettable image of John, Paul, George and Ringo crossing a north London street is still inspiring artists to follow in their famous footsteps. Paul Bignell reports

It was 40 years ago (almost) today that the Beatles took the short jaunt, hastily captured on film, that spawned...

by Wolfking - Comments: 0 - Views: 354

The Beatles arrived in America at Kennedy Airport on February 7, 1964, and performed for the first time on American TV on Sunday, Feb. 9. The show was viewed by over 73 million Americans. But it was not their first appearance on TV in America. And that appearance on Ed Sullivan might not have happened the way it did, without the help of another man, Walter Cronkite.


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