Apple’s American Debut – The Original 1968 Press Kit
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On August 22, 1968, Apple Records’ Los Angeles office mailed press kits containing the label’s first four releases. Relive the excitement felt by DJs receiving “Hey Jude” and Mary Hopkin’s “Those Were The Days” along with photos and notes on each recording artist.

Remember The Titans
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Bruce Spizer tells of his search in tracking down the infamous Titans, who shared a 1964 MGM album with the Beatles. The article is written in the “just the facts” style of the classic TV series Dragnet and should be read that way. DUM – DE – DUM DUM.

Let It Be… Naked Album Review
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Bruce’s review of the Let It Be… Naked album from the Nov-Dec 2003 issue of Beatlefan Magazine album details and compares the versions of songs on the 2003 album with those on the unreleased Get Back LP, the 1970 Let It Be album and Anthology.

And That’s the Way It Was: The Story Behind The Beatles on Ed Sullivan
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Bruce details the fascinating story behind Ed Sullivan’s decision to book the Beatles for his prime time variety show at a time when the group was virtually unknown in America and what caused Beatlesmania to explode in America leading to a TV audience of 73 million.

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