This is new! It is one of our very small edition of The Beatles original 45s that receive both the first day of issue and the last day of issue stamps and postmarks issued by the Royal Mail one year apart. 9 of only 20, click to view our Beatles category.
The last time the Fab Four would play together. The concert took place atop the roof of the Apple Records headquarters in London January 30, 1969.
The Beatles played just five songs in a 43-minute set, one of which was the above “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Get Back” “I’ve Got a Feeling” “One After 909” and “Dig A Pony.”
Have a favorite Beatles memory?
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The Beatles’ Final Performance Photo Essay at Time
The Beatles presented by NW Limited…History in VogueTM (slideshow gallery of our Beatles pieces)
The Beatles Shop our website for framed 45s, pins, tickets, stamps and picture sleeves
Here’s a list of our flash galleries illustrating a sampling of the vast range of historic events we cover, and have covered.
From one of ones to one in a thousand, all are unique, and any can be customized for you (click on the big, bold words to be transported):
An overview of all editions and customs: WOW
Our shipwreck chart of the Oregon and Washington coasts: Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard
American Motorcycle edition of 90: American Motorcycle
And a sampling of the builds to date within our edition of 90 Beatles tributesThe Beatles
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A long lost Beatles interview will air on the BBC.
Recorded in 1964, the 44-year-old film features Lennon and McCartney discussing their meeting and songwriting partnership.
Tune in on Tuesday, and again later this week.
Listen to the BBC
The BBC site, with a clip from the interview
Lost Beatles Tape to Air on BBC
Nice lift (too close to the merchandise…sheesh!), didn’t damage anything, and the Fest has just now started.
Here’s a shoutout to Dave Haber of Paperblog Writer Beatles Blog at What Goes On! (thanks for the stop-in!)!
At right, a photo posted/taken by David Haber, today, Sunday the 29th of June, at the Fest for Beatles Fans in Las Vegas from his blog. Click here for David’s blog, Paperblog Writer
Glenn of Visalia, CA took home this Evel Knievel autographed American Motorcycle.
Thanks, Glenn, enjoy your purchase!
Annnd we’re off! (keep watching for updates!)
Thank you to our remote reporter “4” for the pics and your time!
We’re in Las Vegas, setting up for the Fest for Beatles, beginning today, June 29.
It’s rumored that we will be able to post pictures from the Fest for Beatles Fans, featuring NW Limited…History in VogueTM!
Guests at the Fest include Pattie Boyd, Donovan, Liverpool, and more…
See you next week (July 6) at Sunday Market…come on by for the ultimate locally handmade souvenir (Dead Reckoning shipwreck chart, Lewis & Clark maps and more).
Part of a very exclusive set of three 11″ X 14″ Beatles historic memorabilia; to become the ultimate, the pinnacle of Beatles collectibles.
This trio will command the most prestigious display space in your home, office or business.
Each piece included within, without and on the matting is vintage, original and as near to mint as possible.
44 years have passed since some of these items came into being, but this is BRAND NEW from NW Limited…History in VogueTM
Custom-built and highest quality frames enclose your one-of-a-kind Beatles tributes. All are preserved in archival and protective manner, and come to you with their own custom-engineered boxes.
Available for $1500: 503-338-6056 or email@example.com
I can show you, I can show you…
“Rain” was released in 1966 as the B-side to “Paperback Writer” and has been called The Beatles’ finest B-Side.
Could it also have been the very first music video?
“The inspiration for “Rain” is agreed on by Neil Aspinall, the Beatles’ roadie, and John Lennon. They both described the band’s arrival in Australia, marked by rain and poor weather. Lennon said, “I’ve never seen rain as hard as that, except in Tahiti”, and later explained that “Rain” was “about people moaning about the weather all the time”. ” (from Wikipedia)
Backward, or forward, the historic Beatles song “Rain” as presented by NW Limited…History in VogueTM can be yours for $500. Available now.
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