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Sold for £10.2m - flats in Beatles' old HQ - Monday, September 02, 2013

Five flats in the former HQ of The Beatles’ Apple Records label in Baker Street have been sold to Middle Eastern investors just four weeks after the launch, for £10.2 million.

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Retirement? No, "Everything's New Baby" - Paul McCartney's In Good Spirits - Sunday, September 01, 2013

It's all new for Paul. To be Paul McCartney right now is to be a happy man; new album in the pipe and a new single – both called 'New'. The former Beatles man seems to have a newfound zest about him as he talked to WXRT Chicago.

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Lost Beatles recordings to be released - Sunday, September 01, 2013

Lost radio recordings of The Beatles are to be released on the follow-up to the band's 1994 album On Air - Live at the BBC. Fans were asked to delve into their personal archives to find taped recordings of the Fab Four for the new anthology, which will be released in November.

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Remembering my friend Sid Bernstein - Saturday, August 31, 2013

You meet a Sid Bernstein once in a lifetime, if you are lucky. Toward the end of his funeral last Friday, a service that included much laughter, music, and a standing ovation mixed in with the tears, the rabbi said, “This has not been your typical funeral.” And how could it be?

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Mark Ronson Almost Missed A Career-Changing Phone Call From Paul McCartney - Saturday, August 31, 2013

Mark Ronson, who has produced for musicians like Adele, Lil Wayne, Nas, Lily Allen and Amy Winehouse, lent his producing talents to Paul McCartney's new, very Beatles-esque single "New," which dropped late Wednesday ahead of the October 15 album by the same name. In a funny twist of fate, however, one missed phone call could have rewritten history.

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3 Ways Brian Epstein Made The Beatles - Friday, August 30, 2013

Behind every great band or artist is a person or team of people who, one way or another, help guide them to the greatness they inevitably achieved. Even The Beatles can’t escape this distinction: Brian Epstein, their first manager, played a pivotal role in their rise to international superstardom in the 1960s.

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Yesterday and today: Amazing digital trickery puts the Beatles - and their fans - into the heart of modern Liverpool - Friday, August 30, 2013

Growing up in 1960s Liverpool and it would have been hard not to get swept up in Beatlemania. But now a digital image expert has brought the Fab Four up to date by superimposing them into today images of their home town. 

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Sir Paul McCartney reveals new single and album - Thursday, August 29, 2013

Sir Paul McCartney has announced details of a new solo album and shared a track from the record called New. He told BBC 6 Music's Matt Everitt: "It's catchy, it's summery, it's a love song. I think people will recognise it as definitely me."

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Legendary Beatles Strawberry Field gates painted yellow - Thursday, August 29, 2013

Iconic gates made famous by a  Beatles song were painted yellow  by a mysterious “artist”. Merseyside Police were making  enquiries after tourists arrived at  the entrance to former children’s  home Strawberry Field in Woolton  yesterday to find the top half of one  of the gates had been painted  yellow.

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They should have known better: no blue plaque for ‘Fifth Beatle’ Brian Epstein - Thursday, August 29, 2013

He may have discovered the Beatles, but even with a little help from his friends, Brian Epstein’s legacy is being overlooked.For the past six years Geoffrey Ellis — an old friend who worked with Epstein while he was managing the Beatles in the Sixties before his death in 1967 — has been trying to persuade English Heritage to put a blue plaque on the house in Belgravia where the man Paul McCartney described as the “Fifth Beatle” lived and died.

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