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BEATLES- SWAN 45 RPM PICTURE SLEEVE - SHE LOVES YOU / I'LL GET YOU - LISTEN

The Beatles Rock Single 45RPM Vinyl Records | eBay

The Beatles Rock Single Vinyl Records

Beatles Abbey Road crossing.  Paul with sandals.

The Beatles waiting to cross Abbey Road during the photoshoot for the legendary album cover.

January 18, 1964 - The Beatles made their US chart debut when 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' entered the chart at No.45 just ten days after its release, making it the fastest-breaking and the fastest selling single in Capitol Records history and started the British Invasion of the American music industry. It went on to spend seven weeks at the No.1 position. ••

December The Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and "I Saw Her Standing There" 45 released in the U.

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20 Rare Historical Photos The Beatles walking in the opposite direction during the Abbey Road album co.

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The Beatles' Hits EP was released 6 September It is The Beatles second British EP and was only released in mono, with the catalogue number Parlophone G.

The Monkees

Monkees Poster with Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, Mike Nesmith, Davy Jones

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"Act Naturally" is my favorite song from the Beatles "Help!" album sung by Ringo Starr in

Look!!  Paul is smoking!!!  Boy, have the times changed!

Paul is smoking! Boy, have the times changed!

THE BEATLES "VINTAGE" COLOR POST CARD 1964

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April 1965 - The Beatles single 'Ticket to Ride' was released on Capitol records in the US. The single's label stated that the song was from the upcoming movie 'Eight Arms to Hold You' (the original name for the movie 'Help!

THE BEATLES Picture Sleeve 45 vinyl record Eight Days A Week / I Don't Want to Spoil the Party   Near Mint Disc!  Rare record 45 rpm 0070

THE BEATLES Picture Sleeve 45 vinyl record Eight Days A Week / I Don't Want to Spoil the Party Near Mint Disc! Rare record 45 rpm 0070

The Beatles - Something New  - U.S. ALBUMS LIMITED EDITION CD Nuovo Sigillato

Something New - 1964 Capitol Records

The Beatles pop quarter, known for their offbeat sense of humour as well as their songs, pose with a statue outside their hotel in Paris on Jan. From left to right are: George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon (top) and Paul.

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John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr pose for a group shot, sitting on the grass at Plymouth Hoe looking out to sea on September 1967 during the filming of "Magical Mystery Tour.

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