EMI's decision to overhaul the Beatles catalog in 1987, spurred by the CD revolution, was a long time coming. For more than 20 years the world’s most popular band’s albums were known one way to U.S. fans and another way to fans in Europe.
Mash-ups - the art of taking elements of two or more songs and creating something new out of them - are a hit-or-miss proposition. Too often the soungs don't match up musically in an attempt to create an interesting or ironic juxtaposition.
On Dec. 26, 1967 televisions across Britain were taken over by a surreal adventure, Beatles style. 'Magical Mystery Tour' premiered, in not so glorious black-and-white on Boxing Day, to both the delight and confusion of viewers.
Since its founding in 1962, the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has helped save countless lives affected by catastrophic juvenile diseases -- and they're marking their 50th anniversary by deepening their commitment to the cause with a new donation campaign, dubbed 'Hey St. Jude.'
A 1964 Beatles record player just sold on eBay for $1580.00 and it doesn’t even play records! That didn’t deter collectors in the slightest because the vintage turntable that listed for $9.99 found the high bidder spending the equivalent of what most folks might pay to own a high-definition sound system.
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