Liverpool Monuments: Beatles, John Lennon (1) Liverpool's Cavern Club is the cradle of British pop music. Impressively, 55 years after its foundation, it survives and thrives as a contemporary music venue. Where the Beatles frequently performed in the early days.
Lucy - One of Our Oldest Human Ancestors. Who were our human ancestors? Meet one of the oldest: Lucy. Lucy was a member of a species of hominids that made up some of our oldest human ancestors. Lucy's skeleton is the most complete ancestral skeletal ever to be found and the only one to be named after a Beatles song. Read on here: http://bellaonline.com/a/18240
Recorded in a mind-boggling six days and released in August 1965, Highway 61 Revisited — named after the road that runs from Dylan's home state of Minnesota down through the Mississippi Delta — is one of those albums that, quite simply, changed everything.
"The Beatles" was an American animated telly series featuring representations of the popular English band. Airing 1965-1969 on ABC in the US it had 39 episodes in all. Only 1965 - 1967 was first run, later broadcasts were reruns. It debuted on Sept 25, 1965 and ended Sept 7, 1969. Episodes were named after a Beatles song, the stories based on its lyrics, the song played during the episode. It's a historical milestone as the 1st weekly series featuring animated versions of real, living…
Stuart Sutcliffe was a Scottish-born artist and musician; best known as the original bass player of The Beatles. Sutcliffe left the band to continue his career as an artist, having previously attended the Liverpool College of Art. Sutcliffe and John Lennon are credited with inventing the name of "The Beatles"
Another Pinner said:Paul McCartney was raised Catholic, so he knew the Blessed Mother would have said “Let it Be”. I think he would agree that if his song is about consolation, light, & solace, this would be a faithful portrait of the mercy of our Blessed Mother.