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May 11, 2014
by Act Naturally

 Recent Stories Online and On-Air

Beatles Radio Hits 100K on Facebook

Paul Gets Back #OutThere At The Budokan!
 - Sunday, May 11, 2014

Former Beatle George Harrison's guitar up for auction 
- Saturday, May 10, 2014

MACCA'S NIRVANA REUNION SURPRISE
 - Saturday, May 10, 2014

Lakewood man turns his house into a shrine of The Beatles, pop culture 
- Friday, May 09, 2014

Sean Lennon - Sean Lennon Baffled By Plan To Clone Beatles Star 
- Friday, May 09, 2014

What would you ask Macca about his Fab Four days?
 - Friday, May 09, 2014

Candid photographs of The Beatles go on display in new London exhibition
 - Thursday, May 08, 2014

Ringo Starr’s All Starr Band Debuts Trailer for Upcoming North American Tour
 - Thursday, May 08, 2014

One Track Mind: Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger, “Long Gone” (2014)
 - Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Update! Paul McCartney Tix Stay Nation’s Top Picks
 - Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Paul McCartney Tickets Dodger Stadium: Ticket Down Slashes Ticket Prices for Paul McCartney at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California
 - Tuesday, May 06, 2014

UK could earn extra £4bn from music heritage tourism - report
 - Tuesday, May 06, 2014

This book takes the reader through the sexual highlights (and lowlights) in the lives/careers of the Fab Four from adolescence to the present. It focuses mainly on the Quarry Men and Beatles years, but continues right through the solo era to 2013. Punctuated with illustrations featuring 'the luv bugs'. As humorous as it is salaciously informative, this account avoids opinionating and moralizing, and instead focuses on delivering the goodies ie. the juicy stuff. (Is sex a vital part of life? Was it especially so for the Beatles? Aren't you glad your parents had sex, at least once? Yeah, yeah, yeah!)





‘Imagine’ the ‘Band on the Run’ – Lennon, McCartney Classics Mashed Together 
- Monday, May 05, 2014

First, you speed up a classic instrumental solo track by John Lennon. Then, you slow down an accapella version of another solo Paul McCartney smash. Result: Fresh Beatle-y goodness.

Titled “Imagine The Band,” this eerie mashup will have you hearing ‘Imagine’ and ‘Band on the Run’ in a whole new way — and, perhaps, wondering if this is what a post-Beatles collaboration between Lennon and McCartney might have, in fact, sounded like. McCartney, in the past, has given his stamp of approval to such things — calling mashups “a tribute” — though, at least in the case of Danger Mouse’s memorable 2004 ‘The Grey Album,’ record label executives disagreed. EMI sought to halt the distribution of that project, which combined Jay-Z raps with samples from the Beatles’ self-titled 1968 album. ‘Imagine the Band,’ though it swept across the web this week, was actually produced by Mark Vidler and Go Home Productions some two years ago, Vidler says.

Read More at Beatles Radio 

 
 

Update! The Beatles A Hard Days Night re-release trailer
- Monday, May 05, 2014

If you are a fan of The Beatles, you might remember A Hard Days Night, a comedy movie that portrays a couple of days in the lives of the group. A Hard Days Night was first released way back in 1964, and now the Beatles movie is getting re-released.

Read More at Beatles Radio

 
 
 

 

 Record of the Week

Gets heavy play this week!

Love Songs

All Beatles Music & More at Fab Four Store

Love Songs Album Fun Facts

Love Songs is a compilation album that comprises love songs recorded by The Beatles between 1962 and 1970.
It was released by Capitol Records in the United States on 21 October 1977 and on Parlophone in the United Kingdom on 19 November 1977.

Release date: October 21, 1977

Label: Capitol Records
Yesterday 2:07
I'll Follow the Sun 1:49
I Need You 2:32
Girl 2:31
In My Life 2:27
Words of Love 2:06
Here, There and Everywhere 2:28
Something 3:03
And I Love Her 2:31
If I Fell 2:09
I'll Be Back 2:21
Michelle 2:45
Tell Me What You See 2:34
Yes It Is 2:42
It’s Only Love 1:59
You're Going to Lose That Girl 2:16
Every Little Thing 2:05
She's Leaving Home 3:43
For No One 1:59
The Long and Winding Road 3:44
This Boy 2:15
You've Got to Hide Your Love Away 2:12
Norwegian Wood 2:01
P.S. I Love You 2:08
I Will 1:46


17 Shocking Facts About The Beatles

"Yesterday" by the Beatles has been covered over 1,600 times.

In 1986 it held the record for most recorded song. It has been covered by Elvis Presley, Boyz II Men, Frank Sinatra, Gladys Knight, and James Brown. The song reportedly came to Paul McCartney in a dream and when he first played it, he wasn't sure if he had already heard it before. So even the writer of the song almost thought he was doing cover.
 

The Beatles Song Quote of the week

Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far away. Now it looks as though they're here to stay. Oh, I believe in yesterday.

- The Beatles, Yesterday
 

   

 

 The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today :

The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today : May 11, 1964 (Monday)

(The Beatles are on vacation this week)


US EP release: 'Four By The Beatles'.

Gerry and the Pacemakers with Brian return from the US to England.


 

More Listener Birthdays on the Birthday Page

Hear the Daily Audio Birthday Greeting On-Air & Online


 Monday May 12

Ave Jelley from Guernsey
Rashi Sinha from Mumbai
Louis Peter Toseegara Tower from Santiago
shannon apter from sydney
tony day from Exeter
Colin Latimer from Glasgow
Steve Schaenfield from Kingston, Ont.
Sheldon Birman from Ft Lauderdale
Daniel Torregrossa from North Providence
David LaHoda from Louisville

Tuesday May 13

Barbara feldbaum from cape coral
tony adams from london
Nichole Koch from chanute
Rick Fernandez from Phoenix
Rachel Denham from Hazel Park
Ramiro Alaniz from MEXICO CITY
Mark Lemanski from Cromwell
GABRIEL MOZART from MEXICO
William Henry from Springfield
Christina I from Sarnia

Wednesday May 14

Florian Krueger-Shantin from Berlin
Ron Nofar from San Diego
Jimmy Mach from Saint Paul
Edward Michno from Winsted
Sheri Barber from Ruidoso NM
Matt Shears from Peterborough
Sauli Colio from Santa Cruz
Rodolfo Shields from Houston
Pepe Carrillo from MEXICO CITY
Gabriela Pizarro from Santiago

Thursday May 15

Toni Busbin from Summerville
Leticia Aguero from Asuncion
Miguel Aponte from Winter garden
Sam Olivier from Montpellier
Dennis Donovan from San Francisco
ANA LETICIA VAZQUEZ from MEXICO CITY
Annabelle Reese from Jackson
jacques duval from Montreal
John Loring from Oakland
john wright from Edmonton
Scott Mathewson from Novato
George Stateson from Grand Prairie
Jose Maqueda from MEXICO CITY
Anita Lebron from Fort Waune

Friday May 16

joan opert from towson
Julie Burtwistle from Salford
kevin seng from Waterloo
Rodrigo Canobra from Villa Alemana
David Norman from milton
Alexandra Michel from exeter
Bill Warner from Johnston
hanmari coetzee from cape town
Bob Morgan from San Jose
Dave Norman from Oakville
Jeffrey Kreth from San Antonio
Vanessa Pires from Cambridge

Saturday May 17

Greg Andersen from Bohemia New York
Ron Thistle from Dartmouth
Barb Gory from Joplin
Sherryl Brodsky from Brooklyn
Anja Knoblauch from Albertslund
Jeff Warren from Milwaukee
gabriel uriarte from Maricopa Arizona
Gary Roby from Medford
logan remington from Amherst
Lillian Valencia from San Diego
liz marcellus from Elmhurst
Elio Rangel from Tepic

Sunday May 18

Raul Aguilera-Cordero from Mexico City
rene lopez from Clovis
Richard Landsberg from Wirral
Paulo Vieira from Brasília
Gerald Devlin from Dungannon
Chris Hardy from Prince George
David Pacheco from Puebla
Chrille Andersson from Huddinge
Gustavo Salas from Mexico
angie kelly from aiken
Frank Tomei from Vaughan
dore sheppard from Walden
Sue Campbell from Brownsboro
shawn stone from harbor city

Last weeks poll question: 

Who do you think has been photographed the most?

Paul  - 49.2%
The Beatles  - 24.4%
John  - 20.6%
George  - 3.8%
Ringo - 2.0%


 
BeatlesRadio Opinion Poll Questions
please check it out Beatles Radio Poll Results.

 This weeks poll question: 

Would you go to the movies to see A Hard Day’s Night Re-release?

Yes:

No:


 Beatle Brain Buster

Check the website and listen for the Beatle Brain Buster questions 

This weeks Beatle Brain Busters:

Which of the four Beatles sang lead on "Roll Over Beethoven?"

George
Ringo
Paul
John

 
 


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