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Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
 
The Beatles, Alive and Well
By Joel Achenbach, Washington Post
31 January, 2001
In my 28 years as Chief Music Critic of The Daily Beatle, I've never been as disillusioned as I
am today. Regular readers know that this publication made an editorial decision last fall to
ignore the new, brainless, Paul-heavy greatest-of-greatest hits CD, "1."
Also: It Looks as Though They're Here to Stay
 
It's George's turn now
By Terry Lawson, Philadelphia Daily News (thanks to Jeff Boswell)
30 January, 2001
Beatle Harrison's delayed 30th-anniversary reissue is out
 
Beatles 'top' pop rich list
BBC
30 January, 2001
The Beatles have emerged as the highest earning UK pop stars of last year, according to
Heat magazine.
 
Love, Love Me..I Do
Sunday People
28 January, 2001
June 2001 Macca to marry Heather at church where daughter wed; Honeymoon on Mull of
Kintyre and Jamaican paradise
 
Lennon's Sex Pictures Were 'Bad Art'
Xtra
27 January, 2001
Sexually explicit lithographs by Beatle John Lennon were so bad that they were only exhibited
because they were the work of such a famous figure, according to secret police files from 1970
released.
Also: The day Lennon offended the Yard, Lennon's 'bad art' secrets revealed
 
George Harrison sees himself as a gardener
Ananova
26 January, 2001
George Harrison's 1970 double album All Things Must Pass is being re-released next week.
Also: Harrison revisits solo highlight, George Harrison - 'All Things Must Pass'
 
Vegetarian cycling squad collapses without McCartney's money
By Robin Nichol, Independent
26 January, 2001
A team of vegetarian cyclists that raced professionally under the banner of Linda McCartney
Foods has collapsed after its sponsorship was pulled by Sir Paul McCartney.
 
He's Paul Heart
Daily Record
25 January, 2001
A pounds 5000 gift from Sir Paul McCartney in memory of wife Linda has helped save the
cash-strapped Willows Animal Sanctuary near Gardenstown, Banffshire.
 
Former Beatles manager helping rebuild West Indies island
Associated Press
24 January, 2001
Former Beatles producer Sir George Martin is now helping to raise money for a cultural center
for the volcano-ravaged island of Montserrat.
 
Linda McCartney Photo Exhibit Features '60s Rockers
By David McGurgan, Allstar
24 January, 2001
"Linda McCartney's Sixties -- Portrait of an Era," which runs through March 18 at the Delaware
Art Museum, collects photos McCartney took of musicians primarily between 1967 and 1969
during her tenure as house photographer at the Fillmore East as well as her freelance and
personal work.
 
Beatles Beat Back Shaggy
By David Jenison, E! Online
24 January, 2001
Once again the Beatles and Shaggy squared off on the album charts and guess who won?
 
Deirdre O'Donoghue; Host of Radio's 'Breakfast With Beatles'
By Jon Thurber, Los Angeles Times
24 January, 2001
Deirdre O'Donoghue, longtime host of the radio program "Breakfast With the Beatles," which
most recently was heard on KLSX-FM, has died.
 
Gerbeau would reunite the Beatles - report
Ananova
24 January, 2001
Pierre-Yves Gerbeau, the former Millennium Dome chief, says he would reunite the Beatles if
given the chance to reopen the attraction.
 
Texas Finally Dethrone The Beatles
Music 365
21 January, 2001
After nine weeks on the top of the album chart, the Beatles have finally dropped off the Number
One spot.
 
Beatle Paul Set to Be Sterling Billionaire
Reuters
20 January, 2001
Former Beatle Paul McCartney is set to become pop's first sterling billionaire after seeing his
personal wealth jump by 175 million pounds in the past year, according to a British newspaper.
 
Review: KWS's magical Beatles' tour
By Colleen Johnston, The Record
19 January, 2001
It's timely, what with the re-releasing of Beatles recordings, that the ultra-pop Kitchener-
Waterloo Symphony Electric Thursdays series devoted an evening to the magical and
mysterious music of the Fab Four.
 
Linda McCartney's Sixties
Philadelphia Inquirer
19 January, 2001
Before she even met the Beatle who would become her mate, she was a groundbreaking
photographer of the rocking decade. See her pictures at the Delaware Art Museum.
 
Beatles may play in palace grounds to mark jubilee
Ananova
18 January, 2001
The Queen may open the grounds of Buckingham Palace for free concerts to celebrate her
2002 Golden Jubilee.
 
Win the Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour Bus
Associated Press
18 January, 2001
The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour Bus is the top prize in a series of giveaways marking the
Hard Rock Cafe's 30th anniversary.
Also: Roll Up For The Mystery Tour! Win The Beatles' Bus!
 
Charts: Uneventful week keeps Beatles' '1' in top spot
By Jon Zahlaway, LiveDaily
17 January, 2001
Top 10 sees little movement thanks to unremarkable batch of new releases.
Also: The Beatles Remain Un-Shaggable, Fab Four Remain No. 1 During
Slow Sales Week
 
Imagine all the people living the Yoko tribute
By Siobhan McFadyen, East Kilbride News
17 January, 2001
Something in the way she writes landed an East Kilbride Beatles fanatic a very special prize.
 
We love them yeah, yeah, yeah and yeah!
By Kit R. Roane, U.S. News
15 January, 2001
It was 1967 when the Beatles asked: "Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I'm 64?"
Now, more than three decades after the Fab Four played their final concert together (and 20 years
after John Lennon's death), the boys will soon have their answer, and it looks to be a resounding
"Yes."
 
Beatles for sale
Worldpop
15 January, 2001
More than 100 items of Beatles memorabilia are being auctioned off this month by London's
Hard Rock Cafe to raise funds for charity.
 
Beatles vessel ready for its travels again
Liverpool.com
15 January, 2001
Liverpool's Yellow Submarine could be ready to set sail for a new home.
 
Beatles Still Number One Shock
Music 365
14 January, 2001
To roughly no one's surprise, The Beatles have kept the Number One position in the albums
charts for the ninth week running.
Also: A look at the top 10 country and pop albums in Canada
 
Reviews & Previews
Billboard
13 January, 2001
Easily among the very finest albums ever issued by a solo Beatle, this landmark work returns in
a special 30th anniversary remastered edition that features five bonus tracks, including the
original, spellbinding acoustic studio takes of "Beware Of Darkness" and "Behind That Locked
Door."
 
Come Together! VH1 Dedicates Day To The Beatles
Music 365
12 January, 2001
Music channel VH1 is dedicating a whole day to Scouse legends The Beatles.
 
Let It Be A Massive Gig!
Guiness World Records
12 January, 2001
Britney, R.E.M., *NSYNC, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and some 40 other acts will pull a crowd of 1.5
million fans during the week-long Rock In Rio. But just one performer alone managed to haul in
an audience over one tenth that size on one night only!
 
McCartney attends Hindu festival
AAP
11 January, 2001
Veteran rocker Sir Paul McCartney and an unidentified blonde are in India to attend the Kumbh
Mela, world's largest religious gathering in the northern town of Allahabad, a daily said today.
 
Hard Rock Cafe International Launches Online Beatles Memorabilia Auction
on eBay to Benefit Hard Rock Foundation
PR Newswire
11 January, 2001
Fans Will Have the Chance to Bid on Rare Beatles Memorabilia From the Hard Rock Cafe
Collection on Hardrock.com and eBay
 
Web entrepreneur sues Paul McCartney
By Chase Squires, St. Petersburg Times
10 January, 2001
The Land O'Lakes cyber-speculator who sued rock band Jethro Tull and deceased rocker Jimi
Hendrix's relatives last summer was back at it again Tuesday, filing a lawsuit against former
Beatle Paul McCartney.
 
Beatles' '1' Hits 7 Million In Europe
Billboard (thanks to Jeff Boswell)
10 January, 2001
The Beatles' "1" (Apple/EMI) earned four International Federation Of The Phonographic Industry
(IFPI) Platinum Europe Awards in December, each recognizing sales of 1 million units in the
territory.
Also: No Stopping Beatles' '1' On Billboard 200, Westlife revival threatens Beatles,
Beatles Still Unbeatable
 
McCartney's Prison Prose Up For Auction
Music 365
9 January, 2001
A diary written by Paul McCartney, during his time spent in a Japanese jail will be auctioned on
the Internet.
 
Rock festival kicks off with silence
Ananova
9 January, 2001
Thousands of rock fans will be asked to observe three minutes' silence at the start of a music
festival.
 
Beatle Crusher
Sunday Mirror
7 January, 2001
I wrote better songs than Lennon and Macca, says George Harrison
 
Hold The Front Page! Beatles' '1' Still At The Top!
Music 365
7 January, 2001
The Beatles have held onto the Number One spot in the UK albums chart for the eighth
consecutive week.
Also: The Beatles Need No ''Help'' Staying At No. 1 With ''1'' (many thanks to
Jeff Boswell)
 
Imagine - John Lennon's classic is Britain's favoourite number one
Ananova
6 January, 2001
Hit song Imagine by John Lennon has been voted Britain's favourite number one single in a
television poll.
 
The votes are cast for nation's favourite chart-topper
Ananova
6 January, 2001
Enduring hits like Imagine by John Lennon and Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody are among
front-runners vying for the status of Britain's favourite chart-topper when a national poll is
unveiled tonight.
 
Yoko documentary reveals new insights into her life
Ananova
5 January, 2001
Yoko Ono's daughter, Kyoko, has spoken for the first time about the pressures in her early life
which led her to choose a life with her father.
Also: Portrait Of Lennonís Widow
 
Beatles Revolver judged best rock'n roll album ever
Ananova
4 January, 2001
Revolver has been judged the best album in rock'n roll history by a VH1 poll.
 
Britons lead race for music's 'Oscars'
The Times
4 January, 2001
Radiohead's critically acclaimed album Kid A was nominated yesterday for album of the year in
the Grammy Awards, the music industry equivalent of the Oscars.
 
Sinatra, Marley, Lennon Among Dead Grammy Nominees
Reuters
3 January, 2001
Several artists listed in the Grammy nominations unveiled Wednesday have a good excuse for
not attending next month's ceremony: they are dead.
 
McCartney to release book of lyrics and poems
Ananova
3 January, 2001
Paul McCartney is compiling his lyrics and poetry for an upcoming book.
Also: Best Chat-Up Line...
 
Beatles Hold On At Number 1
Music 365
1 January, 2001
Well, what a huge surprise - the Beatles are still at number one on the UK album chart with their
greatest hits collection '1'!
Also: Beatles '1' At No. 1 Again (thanks to Jeff Boswell)
 
 
 
 
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