The Beatles – Magical Mystery Tour – Trailer 2012


The Beatles’ ‘Magical Mystery Tour’
Gets (HD) DVD,

Blu-Ray Release
Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon in a scene from the film ‘Magical Mystery Tour’

SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 | 08:45AM EDT


The Beatles** are releasing a restored version of their classic 1967 film, Magical Mystery Tour. The film, written and directed by the band, has been long out of print, but will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray. There’s also a combined deluxe box set featuring both versions, along with a 60-page book and a reproduction of the mono double seven-inch vinyl EP containing the film’s six Beatles songs: “Magical Mystery Tour,” “The Fool On The Hill,” “I Am The Walrus,” “Flying,” “Blue Jay Way” and “Your Mother Should Know.” The EP was originally issued in the U.K. in 1967 to accompany the movie.

Magical Mystery Tour will be available October 8th. Select movie theaters will screen the film starting September 27th. Listings will be available on the Beatles’ website.


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The Beatles 50th Anniversary


Today’s Beatles Day —
5th October, 1962,
the Beatles release their first
single in the UK “Love Me Do”!


Beatles fans can’t wait to celebrate the official debut of the Fab 4 some 50 years ago with the release of Love Me Do in 1962, and celebrations throughout 2012.


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Love Me Do considered key Beatles song

Also interesting for Beatles fans, is “Love Me Do” and “P.S. I Love You” are the only two Lennon & McCartney songs that John Lennon’s estate and Paul McCartney wholly own; according to an EMI record company history that explains how “the Beatles’ first two (released) recordings were part of their own ‘in-house’ publishers.”
In turn, Ringo Starr explained during interviews for the Beatles Anthology that: “The first record, ‘Love Me Do’ — for me, that was more important than anything else. That first piece of plastic. You can’t believe how great that was. It was so wonderful. We were on a record!”

The Beatles Anthology also explains how “Love Me Do” was one of the first Lennon-McCartney songs, with the principal lyrics written by McCartney sometime between 1958-1959.
In turn, Lennon wrote the “middle eight” of Love Me Do; while the anthology noted that “intrinsically it’s a song based around two simple chords: G7 and C, before moving to D for Lennon’s “middle eight.”
The Anthology also explains hot it “first profiles Lennon playing a bluesy dry ‘dockside harmonica’ riff, and then features Lennon and McCartney on joint lead vocals, including an Everly Brothers style harmonizing during the beseeching ‘please’ before McCartney sings the unaccompanied vocal line on the song’s title phrase.”
“Love Me Do,” features these lyrics from its first cut in 1962:

“Love, love me do.
You know I love you,
I’ll always be true,
So please, love me do.
Whoa, love me do.

Love, love me do.
You know I love you,
I’ll always be true,
So please, love me do.
Whoa, love me do.

Someone to love,
Somebody new.
Someone to love,
Someone like you…”.


Beatles fans called to Liverpool

Meanwhile, has announced that “The Beatles will be remembered in 2012 in a year-long season of music, film and verse in their home city of Liverpool, England. The 12-month program of cultural events will be focus on the 50th anniversary of the birth of the most enduringly popular music band. This year marks the half-century that has passed since the formation of the Beatles.”
For instance, in June, “The Two of Us: The Lennon and McCartney Songbook” will see the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra perform the band’s songs over two evenings.”
“We’re delighted to be playing our part in this special Beatles anniversary, paying our tribute to the four Liverpool lads whose music continues to have an extraordinary impact around the world.” Explained Michael Eakin, chief executive of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra on recently.
Also, on August 18, Hulme Hall in Port Sunlight, will host a musical event celebrating the date that Ringo Starr made his Beatles debut. The next day, August 19, marks the 50-year anniversary of the band’s first gig at The Cavern,” added.

Thank You Boys! Grazie.


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