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Beatles08group Gallery

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Choose from 60 pictures in our Beatles08group collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Beatles : 1964 Featured Print

The Beatles : 1964

23/2/64 : AFTER THEIR TUMULTUOUS WELCOME HOME FROM THE U.S.A. THE BEATLES (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT) GEORGE HARRISON, PAUL MCCARTNEY, JOHN LENNON AND RINGO STARR AT ABC TELEVISION'S STUDIOS IN TEDDINGTON, MIDDLESEX WHERE THEY WERE HAVING A BUSY DAY AT RECORDING SESSIONS FOR INDEPENDENT TELEVISION * 30/11/2001: It has been announced, George Harrison, the Beatles' quiet lead guitarist and spiritual explorer has died, a longtime family friend told The Associated Press. Harrison, who wrote While My Guitar Gently Weeps and Here Comes the Sun, was 58.

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Music - The Beatles - EMI Studios Featured Print

Music - The Beatles - EMI Studios

The Beatles (L-R) Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison at the EMI Studios, St. John's Wood, London. The group have written a song especially for the programme 'Our World' called "All You Need Is Love". The programme will be seen live in 24 countries all over the world with a potential audience of 400 million people. CELEBRITY

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The Beatles Royal Variety 1963 Featured Print

The Beatles Royal Variety 1963

The Beatles during rehearsals for the 1963 Royal Variety Performance, at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London. L-R: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon and Ringo Starr. * 12/11/2000: The band will unleash an album widely expected to become one of the biggest sellers of all time. With 80 minutes of music on it, the album, entitled 1, is the first collection of greatest hits they have released and comes three decades after the band split. * 10/11/2001: Music fans were celebrating the 40th anniversary of Beatlemania with a night of Merseybeat sounds. Sam Leach, the promoter who organised Beatles gigs at the Tower Ballroom, New Brighton, claims the concerts were the band's first experience of the mass hysteria which came to mark their every public appearance. The first Tower Ballroom gig, which took place on November 10, 1961, attracted a crowd of 4, 100 - one of the largest ever audiences for a British Beatles concert.

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