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The Beatles come to town - RARE early  color footage of the Beatles performing in Manchester, England,1963. Some clips of the Fab Four before and during the concert. Enjoy!

The Beatles come to town - RARE early color footage of the Beatles performing in Manchester, England,1963. Some clips of the Fab Four before and during the concert. Enjoy!

♡♥The Beatles play 3 songs on Dec 7th,1963 'I Want to Hold Your Hand', 'Money' and 'Twist & Shout' 9:22♥♡

♡♥The Beatles play 3 songs on Dec 7th,1963 'I Want to Hold Your Hand', 'Money' and 'Twist & Shout' 9:22♥♡

Besamé Mucho by the Beatles, one of the audition songs or Decca records - bet you never heard that one from them :)

Besamé Mucho by the Beatles, one of the audition songs or Decca records - bet you never heard that one from them :)

This brilliant dialogue exchange. | Community Post: 12 Reasons The Beatles' "Help!" Is Perfection

This brilliant dialogue exchange. | Community Post: 12 Reasons The Beatles' "Help!" Is Perfection

"They were pretty much the first group to mess with the aural perspective of their recordings and have it be more than just a gimmick. Before the Beatles, you had guys in lab coats doing recording experiments in the Fifties, but you didn't have rockers deliberately putting things out of balance...You can't exaggerate the license that this gave to everyone from Motown to Jimi Hendrix." - Elvis Costello on the Beatles

"They were pretty much the first group to mess with the aural perspective of their recordings and have it be more than just a gimmick. Before the Beatles, you had guys in lab coats doing recording experiments in the Fifties, but you didn't have rockers deliberately putting things out of balance...You can't exaggerate the license that this gave to everyone from Motown to Jimi Hendrix." - Elvis Costello on the Beatles

The Beatles pose in Ringo Starr’s backyard, 1967. McCartney holds his sheepdog Martha, who would later be the inspiration for the song “Martha My Dear." (Henry Grossman)

The Beatles pose in Ringo Starr’s backyard, 1967. McCartney holds his sheepdog Martha, who would later be the inspiration for the song “Martha My Dear." (Henry Grossman)

vintage everyday: Wonderful Color Photographs of The Beatles' Rooftop Concert in 1969

vintage everyday: Wonderful Color Photographs of The Beatles' Rooftop Concert in 1969