The Beatles’ often-overlooked “Dig a Pony” is a classic example of John Lennon’s love of wordplay.
We hear hints of their impending musical evolution into Beatles 2.0.
It should’ve been in the film; it should’ve been a lead single. What happened?
While often overlooked, the album cut is worth a closer listen.
This song shows where John Lennon would go as a Beatle, and as a solo artist.
Inexplicably underrated, “I’ll be Back” foreshadows later Lennon-penned masterpieces.
George Harrison begins developing his craft at an astoundingly rapid pace.
This raucous rendition possesses a rawness not present on the more familiar album cut.
Lennon and McCartney embark on their unprecedented run as songwriters.
The Beatles never recorded a studio version of “The Hippy Hippy Shake,” instead using the obscure Chan Romero barnburner to rev up early live audiences.