The Beatles’ often-overlooked “Dig a Pony” is a classic example of John Lennon’s love of wordplay.
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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.
“The Star Club Tapes”: this very phrase inspires spirited debate among Beatles fans. Are they garbage, or do they serve as an important historical document? Should they be officially released, or has Apple been correct in prohibiting a Beatles-sanctioned Star Club album?