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Recording Please Please Me In A Day

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10 February 2013

On 11th February 1963 the band recorded debut album Please Please Me, 10 of 14 tracks laid down in one day.  On 50th anniversary of the session, artists including Graham Coxon, Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford from Squeeze and Manchester’s I Am Kloot join soul sensation Joss Stone, The Stereophonics, Gabrielle Aplin and Mick Hucknall attempted the same feat in same time, in the same studio.  

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BETA site is launched

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Welcome to the brand new thebeatles.com. 

If you would like to stay in touch and keep up to date with all the latest information and news, please register your email address.  You can store your favourite tracks, comment on your top videos and keep up to date on the newest content we post up.

We also would welcome your feedback - report any issues you may have had or tell us what you think of the new design by emailing post@applecorpsltd.com.

Thank you, and hope you enjoy the site!

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The Beatles Live Project Begins.

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15 November 2012

The ultimate goal: to combine footage, images, music interviews, and stories in a definitive, moving and visceral feature film about Beatlemania.

Were you there? Were your parents there? Your grandparents? Now, fans from all over the world can become a true part of Beatles history by contributing their original footage, photos, or audio recordings of The Beatles in concert....

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MTV Music Review of The Beatles show LOVE

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20 April 2010

The in-the-round theater is equipped with 6,000 speakers that blast the tunes at sometimes concert-worthy volume as acrobats and dancers move through the early lives of the Beatles, blasting apart a WWII-era Liverpool set during a bombastic "Get Back," racing across the stage in a vintage Beetle for "Drive My Car" and filling the air with giant soap bubbles pulled from the top of a grand piano for "Strawberry Fields Forever."

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Yellow Submarine Feature Film Restored For May Release on DVD and Blu-ray

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20 March 2012

By hand, frame by frame and without the use of automated software, The Beatles' 1968 Pop Art masterpiece Yellow Submarine has been digitally restored and re-released to huge acclaim.
 
The delicate, hand-drawn artwork that revolutionised animation in its day has been brought back to its original condition, revealing it to be as thrilling a psychedelic odyssey as it was at the time of its original release.
 
Yellow Submarine was the first great, non-Disney animated feature and it's as if the music, themes, surreal humour, artwork and writing have all just been born again in 4k digital resolution.
 
Visit (link) to explore how the film was made. The site features original storyboards, cells, and making-of films.

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Roll up! Roll up! The Beatles invite you to make a reservation for the Magical Mystery Tour

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22 August 2012

"Paul said, 'Look I've got this idea,' and we said, 'Great!' - and all he had was this circle and a little dot on the top. That's where we started!" [Ringo]

In September 1967, The Beatles were making their third film, this time conceived and directed by The Beatles themselves. They loaded friends, family, a film crew and cast onto a bus, and headed west on the A30 out of London. They didn't know what was going to happen, but they didn't need to - this was The Magical Mystery Tour!

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