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ANNOUNCING: The Beatles Rubber Soul to Revolver

Bruce Spizer is working on the latest book in his Beatles Album Series: The Beatles Rubber Soul to Revolver. If you’re not familiar with Bruce’s books, each includes a chapter of recollections and photos from fans about when they first experienced the albums covered in the book. If you were one of the adventurous persons who in 1966 steamed off a trunk cover slick to get to the Butcher image underneath, send us a picture of how it turned out along with your story. CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW to learn more about what he’s looking for and to SUBMIT YOUR MEMORIES AND PHOTOS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR INCLUSION IN BRUCE’S NEXT BOOK. — DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: FEBRUARY 15, 2022

Let It Be Deluxe Set Review

The Beatles Get Back/Let It Be sessions and the resulting unreleased and released albums and bootlegged recordings are among the most interesting and confusing aspects of the group’s recorded legacy….

The Beatles Get Back by the Beatles

Apple and Callaway Arts & Entertainment have released a 240-page Get Back book that serves as a companion piece to the Peter Jackson film, The Beatles: Get Back. The 10″…

The Beatles FINALLY Let It Be THIS THANKSGIVING!

The Walt Disney Studios, Apple Corps Ltd. and WingNut Films Productions Ltd.  have just announced that Peter Jackson’s documentary on the Beatles January 1969 Twickenham and Apple sessions, The Beatles:…

[Review] Album Series Books

Thank you “It’s Psychedelic Baby” Magazine for a great review! February 21, 2021 Everybody had a hard year in 2020, but over the past 12-plus months, fans of the Beatles…

Looking for Yellow Sub Submissions

One of the key components of the Beatles Album Series books is the fan recollections section. Although Bruce has not reached a final decision on his next book project, he wants…

Beatles Debut on the Ed Sullivan Show

Today is the anniversary of the Beatles historic first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. The group’s performance on the program was seen by over 73,000,000 people, setting a record…