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      BRIAN EPSTEIN MEETS THE BEATLES.

       

      AND HIS 20%.

        jimmix wrote:

        BRIAN EPSTEIN MEETS THE BEATLES.

         

        AND HIS 20%.

        It was Nov. 9, 1961.

        https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Epstein

        I don’t know why we can no longer copy and paste a link and make it clickable! 

          Trying this:

          https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Epstein

          I had to use Safari instead of Firefox!

            "BEATLES FOR SALE" by THE BEATLES was released on this date.

            BEATLES FOR SALE @ TheBeatles.com

            1. No Reply2. I'm A Loser3. Baby's In Black4. Rock And Roll Music5. 'll Follow The Sun6. Mr. Moonlight7. Kansas City (Lieber-Stoller)8. Eight Days A Week9. Words Of Love10. Honey Don't11. Every Little Thing12.  Don't Want To Spoil The Party13. What You're Doing14. Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby

            Three songs are published by Paul's MPL, tracks 9, 10, & 14

              PAUL LIVE 2013

              EIGHT DAYS A WEEK (LIVE 2013) originally from BEATLES FOR SALE

                1967: The Beatles' clothing store "Apple" opens at 94 Baker Street, London

                1973: PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS RELEASE THE ALBUM: "BAND ON THE RUN"

                OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

                HELEN WHEELS

                NINETEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FIVE

                JET

                BLUEBIRD (LIVE)

                 

                Side one"Band on the Run" - "Jet" – "Bluebird" – "Mrs. Vandebilt" – "Let Me Roll It"

                Side two"Mamunia" – "No Words" – "Helen Wheels"  (additional track only on the US release) - "Picasso's Last Words (Drink to Me)" – "Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five"

                 

                  The Beatles begin a tradition of releasing a Christmas record for fans.

                    that too

                      Nancy R wrote:

                      jimmix wrote:

                      BRIAN EPSTEIN MEETS THE BEATLES.

                       

                      AND HIS 20%.

                      It was Nov. 9, 1961.

                      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Epstein

                      I don’t know why we can no longer copy and paste a link and make it clickable! 

                      Nancy, the only way I know to make it clickacle here is to click on the chain (link) button, when you're making a new post or reply, and copy your link into the URL box... then click ok.  

                       

                        LadyLeslie wrote:

                        Nancy R wrote:
                        jimmix wrote:

                        BRIAN EPSTEIN MEETS THE BEATLES.

                         

                        AND HIS 20%.

                        It was Nov. 9, 1961.

                        https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Epstein

                        I don’t know why we can no longer copy and paste a link and make it clickable! 

                        Nancy, the only way I know to make it clickacle here is to click on the chain (link) button, when you're making a new post or reply, and copy your link into the URL box... then click ok.  

                         

                        No, that is not necessary! All you have to do is copy and paste the original source URL on say, Safari or Google Chrome.

                        Like this: 

                        https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Epstein

                        i was trying to use Firefox earlier, which for some reason didn’t work. This was done using Safari on my iPad.

                          jimmix wrote:

                          that too

                          No comment about the date? 

                            GEORGE HARRISON changes his publishing company from Mornyork to Harrisongs Ltd.

                              1967: The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour" album is released in UK

                              TRAILER

                              LIVE PAUL

                               

                              1984: RINGO STARR HOSTED "SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE" produced by Dick Ebersol at that time.  So much for the $3,000.

                              PROMO with Billy Crystal

                               

                               

                               

                                I will never forget 8 December 1980 as long as I live! 8 December will forever be a sad day for me.

                                  Beatles' Apple Records signs its 1st group - Grapefruit

                                  • George Alexander — bass guitar and vocals
                                  • Mick Fowler — piano, organ and guitar
                                  • John Perry — vocals and guitar
                                  • Geoff Swettenham — drums
                                  • Pete Swettenham — guitar
                                  • Malcolm Jelley - bass guitar
                                  • Bob Wale — vocals, lead guitar and harmonica

                                    The Beatles' last concert in Great Britain (Capitol Theatre in Cardiff, Wales)

                                      1961: The Beatles sign a formal agreement to be managed by Brian Epstein.

                                      1963: Capital records signs right of first refusal agreement with The Beatles

                                      1990: "Peter Pan" opens at Lunt-Fontanne Theater NYC for 45 performances-Paul's MPL owns the music publishing.

                                        The Beatles release "Christmas Time is Here Again"

                                        CLICK HERE

                                          The Beatles release "Everywhere it's Christmas" in UK

                                           

                                            1955: CARL PERKINS RECORDS HIS SONG, "BLUE SUEDE SHOES."  PAUL'S MPL OWNS HIS MUSIC PUBLISHINGS.

                                            CARL'S VERSION-THE PERRY COMO SHOW (1956): https://youtu.be/DRNyvO4QouY

                                            ELVIS (1956): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm5HKlQ6nGM

                                            JOHN LENNON & THE PLASTIC ONO BAND: https://youtu.be/FuEMdfwmQTM

                                            PAUL (2005): https://youtu.be/QYO3FFh9CHc

                                            PAUL & CARL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mv3UUV6B_ak

                                            CARL (1985) with Eric, George, Ringo, Dave and more: https://youtu.be/XYDRxCjXhVc

                                            1967: THE BEATLES RELEASE THEIR 7TH CHRISTMAS ALBUM

                                             

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