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The Beatles and Me on Tour, by Ivor Davis (2014): Books

The Beatles and Me on Tour, by Ivor Davis (2014): Books

‘The Beatles and Me on Tour’ recounts Ivor Davis’ month traveling with the band as an embedded correspondent in 1964.

The Beatles’ “She Said She Said” vs. Chubby Checker’s “She Said”: Odd Couples

The Beatles’ “She Said She Said” vs. Chubby Checker’s “She Said”: Odd Couples

The latest edition of Odd Couples finds two ’60s icons squaring off. Call this one: That’s What She Said.

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969): On Second Thought

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969): On Second Thought

Simultaneously the Beatles at their best, and the sound of a band disintegrating.

Random Shuffle: Peter Cetera, the Beatles, J Mascis and a pile of bootlegs

Random Shuffle: Peter Cetera, the Beatles, J Mascis and a pile of bootlegs

Mat Brewster shares thoughts and memories as random music goes by.

Something Else! columnist Kit O’Toole to speak during Beatles at the Ridge event

Something Else! columnist Kit O’Toole to speak during Beatles at the Ridge event

O’Toole, author of Deep Beatles, will give two talks on Saturday.

One Track Mind: George Harrison, “The Inner Light (alt. take)” from The Apple Years (2014)

One Track Mind: George Harrison, “The Inner Light (alt. take)” from The Apple Years (2014)

There are new insights for Beatles fans in ‘The Apple Years’ set, too.

‘It’s a common urban myth': Micky Dolenz says the Monkees were never meant to be the American Beatles

‘It’s a common urban myth': Micky Dolenz says the Monkees were never meant to be the American Beatles

“If you go to Wikipedia,” he quips, “that’s the kind of thing you’re going to hear.”

Deep Beatles: “Things We Said Today” from A Hard Day’s Night (1964)

Deep Beatles: “Things We Said Today” from A Hard Day’s Night (1964)

We hear hints of their impending musical evolution into Beatles 2.0.

Forgotten George Harrison gems from The Apple Years: Gimme Five

Forgotten George Harrison gems from The Apple Years: Gimme Five

George Harrison’s catalog, even more than a decade after his death, is widely underappeciated outside of the radio hits, a grievous thing.

‘Kind of an emotional one for me': Paul McCartney (reluctantly) selects his favorite Paul McCartney songs

‘Kind of an emotional one for me': Paul McCartney (reluctantly) selects his favorite Paul McCartney songs

After choosing, McCartney hastily adds: “That’s my three – for today.”