Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
Beatles' 'Naked' producers should have let it be
By Wayne Bledsoe, Knoxville News Sentinel
30 November, 2003
"Let It Be" has been the one album in The Beatles' canon that just didn't
quite fit - the one disc that wasn't absolutely essential.
Also: When money's involved, it's hard to 'Let It Be'; McCartney gets his
revenge with 'Naked' release; Hot & not; At last, they let it be; Better just
to Let It Be
Former Lewiston man writes book on Beatles, God
Associated Press
29 November, 2003
Ken Mansfield huddled on a cold London rooftop with Yoko Ono while
holding four lit cigarettes so guitarist George Harrison could reach over
to warm his fingers.
Album Lennon signed for killer offered for sale
28 November, 2003
The copy of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy LP that Lennon
autographed for Mark Chapman hours before he was murdered is up for sale.
A big night with the Fab Four
By Diane McCartney, The Wichita Eagle
28 November, 2003
The Orpheum will bring back the classic Beatles movie "A Hard Day's Night"
on Saturday.
Scene and Heard: Listen up, blokes . . .
By Thomas Dimopoulos, The Saratogian
28 November, 2003
The air is electric with nutty hipsterisms and the images of mohair sweaters,
stretch pants and girls in black eyeliner wrapping themselves up in alligator
Call it skimpy, not 'Naked'
By Peter Ames Carlin, The Oregonian
28 November, 2003
Early in 1969 The Beatles gathered in London to record "Get Back," an album of
new songs they intended to perform live, with none of the overdubbing or studio
manipulation they had grown to wield so expertly.
Billboard Album Reviews
"Concert for George" does not have the feel of your standard live tribute.
Christmas Comedy: Pop Goes Yuletide, With Macca, Westlife And
Will Young In Fine Voice
Daily Record
27 November, 2003
There are musical treats for pop fans of all ages coming up this festive season.
Beatles 'never sounded better'
By Steve Bailey, The Beaches Leader
26 November, 2003
Those Beatles, they clean up really well.
Also: Why didn't they 'Let It Be?'; Naked strips much of Beatles' charm; To
'Let It Be' or to just let it alone
Glastonbury Is Go!
26 November, 2003
Glastonbury festival has been given a licence - meaning the green light for
next year’s festival.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Announces Induction of George
Harrison at March 2004 Ceremony
Business Wire
26 November, 2003
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation has announced that George
Harrison will be one of the seven artists honored at the Nineteenth Annual
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Lennon car tag could put more on plates
By Buddy Nevins, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
26 November, 2003
Imagine singer John Lennon on license plates.
Yoko’s train comes to DIA
By Melissa Giannini, Metro Times Detroit
26 November, 2003
Ono enthuses for Detroit, laments violence.
A Stella songbird (4th item)
New York Daily News
26 November, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney's fashion-designer daughter says she might give up the
rag trade for the life of a rock star.
It's yesterday once more
By Vinod Nair, Times of India
26 November, 2003
So, you weren’t lucky enough to meet John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George
Harrison and Ringo Starr?
A Street Urchin Becomes a Model, Activist--and Mrs. Paul McCartney
(inc. video)
E! Online
25 November, 2003
Call it a Cinderella story or a rags-to-riches tale.
Ringo Starr to Be Santa Tracker This Year
Associated Press
25 November, 2003
Santa Claus will be traveling to the beat of a different drum this Christmas - Ringo
This weeks top 75 Albums chart
dot thanks to (Carlos Gonzalez Vizcaino)
The Concert for George
By Pete Croatto,
In The Concert for George — a musical tribute to the late George Harrison —
Eric Clapton remarks that Harrison, a longtime friend, would not have wanted
this concert held for him.
Reconsidering Let It Be
By Hank Kalet, PopMatters
24 November, 2003
Back in college, a friend of mine loaned me a bootleg of The Beatles' "Get Back"
Also: The Beatles Raw
A tribute to George
Daily Post
24 November, 2003
Floral tributes to mark the second anniversary of the death of George Harrison
are to be laid at the John Lennon statue in Mathew Street next Sunday.
Ricky Retro: Lennon comes 'thru' for Elton
Newark Star Ledger
24 November, 2003
John Lennon was the last of the four ex-Beatles to have a post-breakup No. 1
single in America. Even then, Elton John had to talk Lennon into it.
Famed photographer Leibovitz's passion for the subject shows in
'American Music'
By George Varga, San Diego Union Tribune
23 November, 2003
The worlds of music and photography are inextricably linked for Annie Leibovitz.
Lennon's Paintings, Doodles on Display
Associated Press
23 November, 2003
More than 100 paintings, doodles, caricatures and drawings by slain Beatle
John Lennon were on display for a three-day show, wrapping up on Sunday.
Also: Show organizer says Lennon's artwork is 'music for the eyes'
Get back to reality
By Ritchie Yorke, The Sunday Mail (Australia)
23 November, 2003
March 1970: Record producer Phil Spector, in disguise, shuffles down the
chintzy corridors of London's Dorchester Hotel.
Also: Just Who Are You to foist these endless reissues on us?; Let it be
Trust chief in Ono clash
By Laura Davis, Daily Post
22 November, 2003
A national Trust boss sparked outrage last night by claiming they should never
have taken on the childhood homes of two of the Beatles.
Take your seat for a Beatles mop-top
By By Ian Leonard, Daily Post
22 November, 2003
Fans of the Beatles can now recreate the band's famous 'mop-top' look by
sitting in the original barber's chairs used by the Fab Four.
Get Back and other setbacks
By John Robinson, The Guardian
22 November, 2003
Let It Be... Naked documents a badly misfiring Beatles project. But, says
John Robinson, the Fab Four came up with more than just one misguided idea
Not the best of times
The Boston Globe
22 November, 2003
Sometimes called the fifth Beatle, Pete Best was the band's original drummer,
backing Paul McCartney and John Lennon from Aug. 12, 1960, to Aug. 16, 1962,
when he was abruptly dismissed and replaced with Ringo Starr.
WanAbbey Road
By Victoria Newton, The Sun
22 November, 2003
Here's the Super Six paying tribute to the Fab Four.
Keepers of the fame flame
By Christopher Middleton, Telegraph
22 November, 2003
The resemblance is truly unnerving.
Classic rock art auction under way
Courier Post
21 November, 2003
Just in time for the gift-buying season is the fourth annual 102.9 WMGK
Classic Rock Art Show at The Shops at Liberty Place, 17th and Chestnut
streets, Philadelphia.
Also: 102.9 WMGK Classic Rock Art Show
The Art of John Lennon (inc. video)
21 November, 2003
We've listened to his music for decades, and now's your chance to get submerse
yourself in John Lennon's artwork.
Lennon's "Legend" Continues
By Jenny Eliscu, Rolling Stone
21 November, 2003
Yoko Ono combed through archival footage for new DVD
Knight On The Town
Daily Record
21 November, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney and his wife Heather have taken a break from looking
after their new baby, Beatrice, to enjoy a romantic meal at a posh London
Harrison's 'Cheapo' Guitar Goes under Hammer for £276,000
By Vik Iyer, PA News
21 November, 2003
A “cheapo” acoustic guitar on which late Beatle George Harrison learned
to play fetched £276,000 at an auction.
Also: Harrison guitar to fetch £200,000
Lennon is Robbie's angel
By Victoria Newton, The Sun
21 November, 2003
Robbie Williams reckons that John Lennon spoke to him from beyond the grave.
Get Back
By Rip Rense, LA Weekly
21 November, 2003
Yoko Ono in an exclusive interview on the new Let It Be . . . Naked
Also: Truth behind ballad that split Beatles; Paul McCartney should have
just let it be; 'Naked' Beatles album exposes some gems, some flaws; Naked
Beatles battle pop princess Kylie; They Just Couldn't Let It Be; Beatles get
naked; Three new releases extend the Beatles' legacy; 'Let It Be' Is Back --
with No Strings; 'Let It Be'? Evidently Not, Thank Goodness; Beatles get
back to their roots; Is art ever really finished?; A great little band; Beatles
release Let it Be ... Naked; Stripped down Beatles released; The Fab Four;
rocks on; Beatles fans say "Let It Be" 1970 again; Songs still strong, what's
left of them, on Beatles rerelease; McCartney gets wish with "Naked" version
of 'Let It Be' sessions; Is 'Let It Be Naked' the album as the Beatles would have
wanted it?; 'Naked' version of `Let It Be' doesn't sound all that different; 'Let
It Be' gets back to where it started from; Words of wisdom?; Let It Be'? No
thanks, says Paul; Remixed emotions over 'Let It Be'; Historien bag "Let It
Be...Naked" (thanks to Jakob Groes); Music Review: Let It Be... Naked; Beatles'
'Naked' gets back to what it was; McCartney was wise not to Let It Be; 'Let it
Be' (with clothes on) is still better; '70 Beatles album reissued; Live and Let die;
Beatles get back 'Naked' sound on 'Let It Be'; Beatles' 'Let It Be . . . Naked'
same architecture with new paint job; Album proves mop toppers tops in pop;
The Beatles: Let It Be... Naked: Pitchfork Review; Let It Be…Naked; 'Let It Be'
recalls best of Beatles; Let It Be as it might have been; 'Let It Be ... Naked':
Paul's agenda laid bare?; photos - 1, 2, 3
Matches And Candles And Buns
The history of the Beatles' Christmastime fan club records
We love ‘em... yeah, yeah, yeah
By Preeti Raghunath, Pune Newsline (India)
20 November, 2003
When they walk in, you can’t help but look back, and give them that
wait-a-minute-what’s-that-I-see look.
Also: Tribute band Bootleg Beatles to woo Mumbai; Imagine, the Beatles;
Entertainment Photos; The Bootleg versions are here; Bootleg auditions
Harrison, Prince, Traffic Get Rock Hall Nod
By Barry A. Jeckell, Billboard (thanks, Diane)
20 November, 2003
The late George Harrison, Prince, Traffic and ZZ Top are among the 2004 Rock
and Roll Hall of Fame inductees.
Fab Four flashback
By Victoria Shouldis, Concord Monitor
20 November, 2003
You might say that John Preston gets by with a little help from his friends.
Beatles Memories: Matrix of music
Coventry News
20 November, 2003
Ann McMahon, from Dorchester Way, Coventry, was lucky enough to witness
one of the first Beatles gigs ever at the Matrix ballroom, Coventry.
Also: Beatles Memories: Concert capped meeting Paul; Beatles memories: Wave
sent crowd wild; Beatles memories: Fans drowned out band
'Imagine' his reaction to his newest career
Indianapolis Star
20 November, 2003
Songwriter, singer, artist, activist -- John Lennon was known as all of these.
But jewelry designer?
Yoko Ono To Speak About Exhibit At DIA
19 November, 2003
Yoko Ono will talk about her artwork "Freight Train," which is now installed
on the southwest lawn of the Detroit Institute of the Arts.
Vegetarians Call for Wilkinson to Ditch Kangaroo Boots
By Graham Hiscott, The Scotsman
19 November, 2003
Animal welfare campaigners today called on rugby hero Jonny Wilkinson to
ditch the boots which helped kick England through to the World Cup final.
Lennon's Nowhere Man finds a permanent home
19 November, 2003
John Lennon's handwritten lyrics to the song Nowhere Man were sold for
$455 000 (almost R3-million)- more than four times the expected price - at
an entertainment memorabilia sale at Christie's on Tuesday.
Also: Harrison's first guitar in selling tune
Ringo sells book of postcards from other Beatles
Associated Press
18 November, 2003
Ringo Starr's secretary kept the postcards that Paul McCartney, John Lennon
and George Harrison sent to Starr, and he's reproducing them in a book called
"Postcards from the Boys."
Beatles Memorabilia Auction on
Arizona Reporter
18 November, 2003
Auction House to Offer Bidding on Rare Rock and Pop Memorabilia
Top Ten is Twelve Beatles soloing
By Hank Kalet, South Brunswick Post
18 November, 2003
A dirty dozen of solo work from the Liverpool lads.
DIA boxcar exhibit rooted in 'Fluxus' art movement
By Wendy Clem, The South End
18 November, 2003
"Let a vine grow. Water it every day.'Til the vine spreads. 'Til the vine withers.
'Til the wall vanishes."
Stella McCartney dedicates images of inspiration to support Red Cross
Daily Post
18 November, 2003
Stella McCartney is among a host of stars who have donated photographs for the
Red Cross.
Penny lame
By Dave Simpson, The Guardian
18 November, 2003
Fab four? Drab four more like.
(You can send your comments about this article to - Y.U)
McCartney song for Aids benefit
17 November, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney, Peter Gabriel and Cat Stevens have joined a huge
rock event aimed at helping Africa's 30 million Aids sufferers.
Also: McCartney Sings for Mandela
It's certainly a thrill: 'Sgt. Pepper' is best album
By Edna Gundersen, USA Today
17 November, 2003
To everyone's complete lack of surprise, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club
Band has been anointed the best album ever in a new Rolling Stone poll.
Also: It's Beatlemania on all-time-best rock album list; Fab Four-Ever
Baker's days with Macca
Liverpool Echo
17 November, 2003
Paddy Shennan spends an afternoon at Abbey Road studios with Geoff
Baker - Sir Paul McCartney's right-hand man for the last 14 years.
On new DVDS and a remixed CD, the Beatles get back
By Ed Siegel, Boston Globe
16 November, 2003
There are moments in all our lives that we can point to and say, "I knew my
life changed."
Also: The Beatles waited years to get Naked
Inside the Lennon Legend
The News Journal
16 November, 2003
The man's artistry echoes in artifacts
You can't beat the Beatles in the investment market
By Faith Glasgow, The Independent
15 November, 2003
Dig through your dusty vinyl collection and check out those autograph books.
Film of Ulster guitar legend is planned
Belfast Telegraph
15 November, 2003
The life and times of one of Ulster's most influential rock musicians is set
to become the subject of a major new movie.
Before Bono, were Lennon and Trudeau, Jagger and Wilson
By Tom Blackwell, National Post (Canada)
15 November, 2003
The juxtaposition can be strikingly odd, but Paul Martin is by no means
the first mainstream Canadian politician to spark a relationship with an
international rock star.
Yoko Ono's work of atonement
By Joy Hakanson Colby, Detroit News
15 November, 2003
Latest exhibit proves artist and pop-culture icon is no longer known just
as John Lennon's widow
Lennon Legend: An Illustrated Life Of John Lennon
By Graham Reid, New Zealand Herald
15 November, 2003
Had John Lennon lived, he would have turned 63 last month.
Handwritten Lennon Lyrics to Be Auctioned in NYC
15 November, 2003
A range of entertainment industry memorabilia, including John Lennon's
handwritten lyrics for Nowhere Man, will be auctioned next week, auction
organisers said.
Musings on the Beatles and the Dead bring mixed results
By Hans Eisenbeis, Houston Chronicle
14 November, 2003
If hell's waiting room is full of women's magazines, then its library is surely
lined with trade paperbacks about rock 'n' roll -- and not just because it's
the devil's music.
Fab 4 sale on Net
By Carrie Melago, New York Daily News
14 November, 2003
All you need is dough, & computer
Festival revive espíritu de Los Beatles en Buenos Aires
14 November, 2003
(Text in Spanish. Use the translation tools here or there)
Beatles fans await 'naked' album (inc. video)
14 November, 2003
Beatles fans are eagerly anticipating the release on Monday of a new version
of the band's final album Let It Be.
Also: Beatles' `Naked' is all dressed up in latest technology; Let It Be - Pure
And Simple (thanks, Diane); Stripped ‘Let It Be’ a welcome fix (thanks, again,
Diane); 'Let it be': A good attitude for reissued Beatles classic; McCartney calls
the tune ***; The Beatles: Let It Be... Naked; CD of the week: the Spector of
60s icons; After 35 Years, Beatles 'Let' Last Album 'Be'; Let It Be - no strings
attached;The Beatles Get Naked (inc. video)
Next week brings a triple dose of The Beatles
By Bill DeYoung, Scripps Howard News Service
14 November, 2003
On Tuesday, three Beatles-related titles will arrive in stores, carrying on -- in
different ways -- a legacy that has attached itself to numerous generations.
Larry Kane's 'Ticket to Ride' with the Beatles
By Susan Van Dongen , TimeOFF
14 November, 2003
When newsman Larry Kane got the assignment to follow the Beatles around
the country on their first American tour, he grumbled.
'Ed Sullivan Presents The Beatles'
By Ted Mahar, Oregonian
14 November, 2003
The shows: It was 40 years ago next February that Ed Sullivan introduced
The Beatles to America -- to Americans over 30, anyway.
XM Satellite Radio November Program Exclusives Include Premiere
of New Nelson Mandela Tribute CD, Pearl Jam Live Special, Moody
Blues Acoustic Concert & Revealing Tom Jones Interview
14 November, 2003
XM is transforming radio, an industry that has seen little technological change
since FM, almost 40 years ago.
Schoolboys set to rock Cavern
14 November, 2003
A group of Scottish teenagers is set to become the youngest ever band to play
at The Cavern in Liverpool.
George Harrison's sister appears at Beatles exhibit in Bonita Springs
By Jeremy Cox, Naples Daily News
14 November, 2003
Louise Harrison takes seriously her role as the matriarch of a global musical
community. Being the sister of a Beatle, she has long known, is a full-time job.
Drum Workaholic
Drums & percussion
(Text in German. Use the translation tools here or there)
McCartney's Baby Bash
(for some reasons, the text appear to be "invisible". To view it, choose "select all"
in your browser's edit menu)
KIIS Radio
13 November, 2003
New parents Sir Paul McCartney and Heather Mills celebrated the birth of their
baby daughter Beatrice with a party at their London home - just a day after Heather
left hospital.
John, Paul, George, Ringo - und Klaus
Berliner Morgenpost
13 November, 2003
(Text in German. Use the translation tools here or there)
Don Scardino Imagines The Man and His Times with Broadway-Bound
The Lennon Project
By Ernio Hernandez, Playbill
13 November, 2003
"I was after something that was very theatrical and that would, for the audience,
really bring forward the real living idea of John Lennon," director Don Scardino
told Playbill On-Line about his upcoming stagework using the developmental title,
The Lennon Project.
A fan's Beatles labour of love
By Lew Baxter, Daily Post
13 November, 2003
As a pop music mad teenager Chris Raisin, like countless others, was besotted
by The Beatles and especially the trail-blazing 1967 Sgt Pepper album, little
realising this would be a lifelong fling.
One man’s Beatles’ Top 5 list
By James Sullivan, MSNBC (thanks, Diane)
13 November, 2003
‘Rubber Soul,’ not ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Fab Four’s best album of all time
40 Years On, Fab Four Band Gets Back
Rob Preece, This is Plymouth
12 November, 2003
When the Beatles announced their first concert in Plymouth in 1963, music fan
Christine Brown was not prepared to simply 'let it be'.
Beatles For Sale
12 November, 2003
An auction selling Beatles memorabilia, including a George Harrison guitar,
takes place on November 20.
Sweet, sensual Stella
By Tessa C. Mauricio, Manila Times (Philippines)
12 November, 2003
I’ve always pictured children of giant music legends to live on the wild side.
Infinity Tunes in Major Radio Events
By Marla Matzer Rose, The Hollywood Reporter
11 November, 2003
Paul has a new baby, Ringo's a grandpa to an 18-year-old, and the Beatles
are back with a new album, "Let It Be ... Naked."
"Ich wäre besser gewesen als Paul."
By Willi Winkler, Sued Deutsche (Germany)
10 November, 2003
(Text in German. Use the translation tools here or there)
Beatlemania rocks Danvers; Red Sox GM turns Esquire `rebel'
By Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan, The Boston Globe
10 November, 2003
For casual fans of the Beatles, their names might not mean much.
Scottso beats rivals to new Beatles CD
By David Hinckley, New York Daily News
10 November, 2003
The radio premiere of the Beatles' stripped-down "Let It Be" CD turned out
to be more of a throwback to the '60s than anyone imagined.
Also: Fanning broadcasts Beatles Radio Special
Book celebrates 'Lennon Legend"
By John Soeder, Biloxi Sun Herald
9 November, 2003
For Fab Four fetishists, "Lennon Legend: An Illustrated Life of John Lennon"
is more than a must-read.
Let it be? Never
By Anthony Violanti, The Buffalo News
9 November, 2003
Elvis and the Beatles return, just in time for Christmas
By Stephen Williams, Newsday
9 November, 2003
Help, From Not Just Anybody
Fab pix go under hammer
8 November, 2003
Rare photographs of the Beatles, captured on the beach at Weston-super-Mare,
are to be auctioned.
Since the early 1960s, initially as an important if orbital member of the Fluxus
movement, Yoko Ono has been making subtle and challenging works of art
across a range of media.
Yoko says Delta can change words of Lennon classic
7 November, 2003
Yoko Ono has given Delta Goodrem permission to change the words and
title of John Lennon's Happy Xmas (War is Over).
Also: Delta Goodrem to sing John Lennon song
Macca Set For 'Temporary' Hipdom?
7 November, 2003
Paul McCartney is set to follow in the footsteps of Elton John by having
a lost dance classic re-released.
Gen-X are Beatle fans too
Screen India
7 November, 2003
Teenagers and young adults are appearing to rival their parents as the
biggest fans of The Beatles music, new research has indicated.
BBC celebrates 40 yrs of 'Top of the Pops' with viewers' vote
Indian Television
7 November, 2003
UK entertainment channel BBC Prime will celebrate the 40th anniversary
of the music countdown show Top of the Pops with a special New Year's
Eve music countdown.
Sir Paul helps to nurture new talent
7 November, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney is secretly nurturing an unknown band he saw
performing in his native Liverpool.
Also: Macca's our pop backer!
Four fab shows
By Steve Marinucci, Mercury News
7 November, 2003
In the house where I grew up during the 1960s, there was one TV show
above all others that spelled ``family time'': ``The Ed Sullivan Show.''
Exposing the Naked truth
By James Adams, The Globe And Mail
6 November, 2003
The Beatles made such a mess of their career in their final year that, like
a pileup on a freeway, the group's acrimonious crash-and-burn continues
to fascinate almost 34 years after the fact.
Beatle meets Bolshevism at Havana cultural show
By John Rice, Associated Press
6 November, 2003
The 1960s spirit of John Lennon met that of Vladimir Lenin as Cuban
President Fidel Castro attended a peace concert that included songs by
the late Beatle with strident propaganda films of the era.
Also: Castro Attends Peace Concert in Cuba's Lennon Park
Sir Paul to help fly the red flag
6 November, 2003
Former Beatle and new father Sir Paul McCartney is to head celebrations
to mark the Russian Revolution's anniversary.
Also: chernov's choice
Yoko maps course for Tate
By Laura Davis, Daily Post
6 November, 2003
She has plastered her message of peace across a Times Square billboard
and spent a week in bed to promote world harmony.
McCartney wants to save Rudolph the Reindeer
By Carin Pettersson, Nettavisen (Norway)
6 November, 2003
Paul McCartney and the other members of the animal activist organization
PETA compare keeping reindeers in Finnmark with slavery.
Getting Back to Essentials, Beatles Refuse to Let It Be
By Allan Kozinn, The New York Times
6 November, 2003
Of all the Beatles recordings, none has a history as fraught as "Let It Be,"
and on Nov. 18 Capitol Records will add another wrinkle to the story, with
the release of "Let It Be . . . Naked."
Talk about the passion
By Dan Heilman, ComputerUser
6 November, 2003
Whatever your musical obsession, the Web has a place to discuss it.
Concert For George To Screen In Melbourne Cinema
By Paul Cashmere, Undercover Music News (Australia)
6 November, 2003
There will be an Australian cinema screening of the George Harrison tribute
concert 'Concert For George' with Melbourne a certainty and Sydney still in
planning stages.
Beatle tours are in demand
By Catherine Jones, Liverpool Echo
5 November, 2003
Tours to Beatles homes could be increased next year to keep up with demand
from Fab Four fans.
Beatle Driver
Glasgow Daily Record
5 November, 2003
Money can't buy you love but it will get one lucky Fab Four fan a personalised
Beatles number plate when at an auction next month.
Gray, Clapton and Gabriel Line-Up For Jools 3
Undercover Music News (Australia)
5 November, 2003
Jools Holland has compiled another all-star cast for the third installment of his
Small World Big Band album series.
Stella yet to have Bea hug
By Thomas Whitaker, The Sun
5 November, 2003
Honeymooning Stella McCartney was said to be “distraught” last night because
she has yet to see dad Sir Paul’s new baby.
Also: McCartney Baby Goes Home
Lavish New Books Celebrate Lennon, Rolling Stones
By Gary Hill, Reuters
4 November, 2003
Two lavish new coffee-table books will help baby boomers and the people who
love them ponder anew the age-old question: Beatles or Stones?
Thieves pluck Ringo's guitar from van
Cambridge Evening News
3 November, 2003
The stolen tour van of one of Britain's top rock musicians has been recovered
but a rare guitar given to him by Ringo Starr is one of the items missing.
Also: Rare 'ex-Ringo' guitar among stolen gear
Daddy's word more treasured than prized Beatles' items
By Crocker Stephenson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
3 November, 2003
Mel - her name actually is Mary Ellen, which as a child morphed into
Hairy Melon, then into Melon Head, then shortened to Mel - Miskimen
is the daughter of a cop: Sgt. Marcellus Ciesklik, retired.
Pay-per-view pioneer tried to reunite the Beatles
By Wolfgang Saxon, The New York Times
3 November, 2003
Bill Sargent, a Hollywood showman whose highly promoted videotaped
events were among the first closed-circuit theatrical specials and
pay-per-view television showings, died on Oct. 19 in Caddo, Okla.,
where he was born and later lived in retirement. He was 76.
ZBT to sponsor fundraising concert
By Maura Allaire, The Tufts Daily
3 November, 2003
Laurence Juber and daughter deliver joint concert Tuesday
Early Beatles photos chronicle long, winding road
By Bob Carlton, The Birmingham News
2 November, 2003
Astrid Kirchherr knew the Beatles before the Beatles were cool.
Baby Joy For Stella
Sky News
2 November, 2003
Stella McCartney is expecting her first child next summer.
A flawed 'Legend'
By Jamie Bumpus, Knoxville News-Sentinel
2 November, 2003
Lennon's essence captured not by author's words, but by sights and sounds
Also: Book celebrates life of legendary Lennon
Let Some Songs Be
By Glenn Gamboa, Newsday
2 November, 2003
Don't expect songs from those long-lost Beatles tapes on the upcoming
"Let It Be ... Naked" CD, a reworking of the Fab Four's "Let It Be"
album, due in stores Nov. 18.
Heather Giving Me Courage To Walk Again
By Sue Crawford, The Mirror (thanks, Diane)
1 November, 2003
You could forgive Heather Mills McCartney having other things on her mind.
Also: She's a Beauty (thanks, again, Diane)
Hello little girl: proud McCartneys reveal Bea
By Nicola Woolcock, Telegraph
1 November, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney and his wife Heather Mills released the first picture of
their daughter yesterday, three days after her birth.
Also: McCartneys show off Beatrice Milly (inc. a picture of Paul, Heather
and Beatrice); Macca's baby Bea-tle; The Bab Four
John Lennon's reincarnation
By Al S. Mendoza, Philippines Daily News
1 November, 2003
Let me tell you more about Eric Hidemasu Mabuchi, the John Lennon of
Japan, and his three pals -- Hajime Kubo (George Harrison), Hiroyuki
Ueki (Paul McCartney) and Yukinobu Kabe (Ringo Starr).
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