Welcome to the new Beatlefan blog!

mark lewisohn

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10 Responses to Welcome to the new Beatlefan blog!

  1. Karen D in San Diego says:

    Now all I have to do is decide whether I can wait for the DELUXE version!

  2. Mike R says:

    Ordered the “Author’s Cut” version from the UK long ago. Good luck to Mark and good luck to Bill and Beatlefan on the new blog.

  3. Scottso says:

    Are there any minor or major contradictions to the Beatles’ own versions of these stories?

  4. Rich N says:

    got to have both!(and have them pre-ordered ) should have the “short one” tomorrow or WED.

  5. Lee says:

    I am only reading up to when John meets Paul in the regular edition then when the deluxe comes out in a couple of weeks that will take over 🙂

  6. The deluxe edition is the one to read. And yes, full of major contradictions of The Beatles’-and everyone else’s-versions of the oft-told stories.

  7. Allan Kozinn says:

    Particularly the story of how they were signed to EMI, a mystery (i.e., why George Martin signed them without having heard them live) finally solved.

  8. Dan O'O says:

    Any news to the rumor that Paul and Ringo will be teaming up at select dates this summer? The January appearance at the 2014 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles was truly a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles breakthrough in America. I hear that the Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band dates are ripe for such a reunion, particularly the July 11th, San Diego show at Humphrey’s as both musicians will be in the Southern California for an extended period of time.

    • If you’re one of the thousands of people who snapped up tickets to see Paul McCartney at Dodger Stadium on August 10, you may be in for a bit of history. McCartney may have hinted that he might be joined by Ringo Starr.

      Speaking to KROQ’s Kevin and the Bean show, McCartney was asked if any of his many L.A.-based musician friends — singling out Dave Grohl by name — would be sitting in with him on that night. But McCartney chose a different name to drop. “It’s always a possibility, you know,” he said. “It depends who’s in town, who fancies showing up. But you’re right, that’s one of the great things about L.A. is that nowadays I have millions of people I know out there, not least of all Ringo. So, who knows, we might find a couple of them creeping up on stage unbeknownst to me.”


  9. joey anthony says:

    first paul getting with kanye,now with lady gaga.ugh.it just keeps getting worse and worse.

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