PASSIONE BEATLES – 2015 

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I Fab Four hanno segnato indelebilmente la storia della musica. E questo, giovani o meno, lo sappiamo tutti. Quello che ci stupisce ancora è che continuino a venire alla luce elementi che arricchiscono l’immagine della band musicale più studiata e analizzata di tutti i tempi. Eppure accade e, quando succede, si ricomincia a parlarne, citando pezzi di canzoni e aneddoti appena scovati su John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrisone Ringo Starr. Questa stagione è particolarmente prodiga di nuovi e interessanti libri sui Beatles. A cominciare da The Beatles Lyrycs: è davvero bello e contiene una straordinaria collezione di documenti inediti – disegni, annotazioni su pezzi di carta, appunti un tempo considerati carta straccia – riprodotti con le correzioni e le riscritture originali.

Le novità da leggere sulla band di Liverpool sono parecchie: Federico Rampini dedica ai Beatles un libro per spiegare l’economia con i testi delle loro canzoni; Guesdon e Margotin si calano in maniera maniacale nei testi per spiegarne il processo creativo; John McMilian si concentra sulla storica rivalità tra i Beatles e i Rolling Stones per svelare come sia stata artificialmente creata dalle case discografiche. Insomma, intorno a Beatles c’è ancora un mondo da scoprire. E tante canzoni da riascoltare.  

 
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– I BEATLES IN MOSTRA A ROMA –
A Roma il 29 maggio “In the Fog and in the Rain –
 I Beatles visti attraverso le foto scattate dalle Apple Scruffs”. 

I BEATLES in mostra a Roma

In concomitanza con l’attesissimo “Sgt. Pepper’s Show” che si terrà il prossimo 29 maggio 2015 a Roma, nel foyer del Teatro Olimpico sarà possibile visitare gratuitamente la mostra “In the Fog and in the Rain – I Beatles visti attraverso le foto scattate dalle Apple Scruffs” a cura di “The Official Beatles Fan Club Pepperland”.

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Si tratta di una serie di scatti effettuati in prossimità della sede della Apple, l’etichetta discografica fondata dagli stessi Beatles sita in Savile Row a Londra, da Isabelle Berthet. Isabelle era un’Apple Scruffs, vale a dire una di quelle ammiratrici dei Beatles che stazionavano e a volte dormivano all’esterno dell’edificio della Apple Corps e alle porte degli Abbey Road Studios, durante gli ultimi giorni della Beatlemania e anche successivamente, nella speranza di vedere i membri della band e interagire con loro. Gli stessi Beatles dedicarono più di una canzone a queste ragazze che sfidando “la nebbia e la pioggia” cercavano di ottenere un autografo dai loro beniamini o immortalarli in uno scatto.

Le 62 foto proposte nella mostra sono inedite e costituiscono un’importante testimonianza dell’ultimo periodo dei Beatles. Le immagini saranno riprodotte anche nel catalogo della mostra, con una breve biografia di Isabelle Berthet e alcune note descrittive delle Apple Scruffs.

 

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Beatles piano sells for almost $100,000 at auction 🆕
The East St. Tammany Habitat for Humanity’s Veterans Build Program raised $98,888 on Friday by auctioning off a hand painted piano signed by Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. Originally purchased for $100, it was restored, custom painted with a Beatles theme, and then trucked around to their gigs for the Beatles autographs.

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Paul and Linda McCartney’s love story in the form of song 🆕

On April 17, 1998, Paul McCartney’s first wife, Linda McCartney, lost her battle with breast cancer at the young age of 56. Luckily, Paul and Linda’s love for each other will permanently be on display through photographs taken of the two together over the years. Their love will also live on in immortality through Paul’s music.

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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Interview: Dave Grohl on vinyl and Record Store Day

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is this year’s ambassador to Record Store Day, which will see 400 new and limited-edition releases go on sale, including the re-release of Paul McCartney’s soundtrack album “The Family Way.” Grohl said, “I have albums from the last 40 years of my life. I still have the first record I ever bought.”

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Paul McCartney launches new avatar on Line Play game 🆕

Last May Paul launched an account on the game Line Play, a smartphone community that allows players to create their own unique avatars and personalize their chat rooms. To celebrate Paul getting back Out There in Japan this month, a brand new set of official Paul McCartney Gacha personal game items are now available to collect.

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Fisheries say Paul McCartney misleading public on seal hunt 🆕

 

As Paul McCartney calls again for an end to Canada’s East Coast commercial seal hunt, Fisheries Minister Gail Shea said on Tuesday, “We continue to tell the truth about sealing, and the effects of seal populations on our marine ecosystems, to combat misleading attacks on the hunt from radical animal rights activists.”

 

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Paul McCartney again urges Canada to stop seal hunt 🆕

Paul McCartney is calling again for an end to Canada’s East Coast commercial seal hunt, roiling supporters who say it’s a humane source of cash for struggling outports. McCartney appeals for a stop to what he calls a “senseless slaughter” in a statement released Tuesday by Humane Society International.

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Photos: First view from inside Paul and Heather’s doomed wedding 🆕

New photos have emerged of Paul McCartney and Heather Mills’ 2002 wedding, but after tying the knot, Paul’s daughters looked decidedly glum The pair were said to have been less than overjoyed at their father’s partner. The pictures and other memorabilia are to be auctioned for charity next month.

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Friday, April 10, 2015
Blu-ray Review: A MusiCares Tribute to Paul McCartney 🆕
 

Now available on blu-ray, A MusiCare Tribute to Paul McCartney captures a fun night for both the honoree and the performers allowed to play his tunes. McCartney gets a chance to remind fans why he’s important and why he’s not a complete nostalgia act. He’s still got songs inside him that people will hum for the rest of the century.

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Paul McCartney quits the Beatles 45 years ago today 🆕

An Associated Press story published on April 10, 1970, said, “Paul McCartney announced today that he’s split from the Beatles but said he may be back. Paul … blamed the break on ‘personal differences, business differences, musical differences, but most all because I have a better time with my family.’ “

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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Paul McCartney set for VE Day concert in London 🆕
Paul McCartney, Elton John, and Rod Stewart will headline a special concert celebrating the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, aka VE Day. The special concert will be 1940s-themed and it will commemorate the end of the Second World War in 1945. It will be held at London’s Horse Guards Parade on May 9.

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Monday, April 6, 2015

Video: Over 500 celebrities answer: Lennon or McCartney?

A new documentary poses the question, who was the better Beatle, John Lennon or Paul McCartney, to over 500 celebs, including some of the biggest actors and musicians in the world. They were asked to answer in one word, most could, although a few felt it necessary to qualify their answer. Some couldn’t chose. Can you?

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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Paul McCartney’s wife shocked by Kanye collaboration
Paul McCartney has revealed his wife Nancy Shevell isn’t a fan of his latest track with Kanye West because of his excessive use of offensive language, which she was unaware was still used. He said, “I think he mentions the N-word about 40 times. It really shocked Nancy because she’d been to school with a lot of black kids.”

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How signed piano made its Beatles connections

On Thursday, a piano signed by both surviving Beatles goes up for auction online, to raise money for veterans and their families. But without a little help from some friends in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the piano might not have survived the long and winding road between Ringo Starr’s and Paul McCartney’s separate tour stops.

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Monday, March 30, 2015

Paul McCartney to release new single with Ed Sheeran and Jamie Oliver
Paul McCartney latest new musical collaborators are Ed Sheeran and Jamie Oliver. McCartney is believed to have recorded the bass line and backing vocals for the new track, which is being released to promote Food Revolution Day, aimed at educating children about food. TV chef Jamie co-wrote song with Ed, to be released in May.

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Friday, March 27, 2015

Stella McCartney reveals challenges of being animal-friendly
Stella McCartney, as a brand, is animal-friendly, and doesn’t use leather or fur in its fashions. She said, “We are the most ethical and loving company in the fashion industry. We always have this conversation about our non-leathers. I always have to apologize to my designers and creative team for the limitations [this creates].”

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Paul McCartney to be featured on cover of next Q Magazine
Ahead of the “Out There” tour resuming next month, Paul McCartney spoke to British music magazine Q about his recent collaborations with Kanye West and Lady Gaga. His official website now has an exclusive look at the cover photographed by Alex Lake. The May issue of Q hits the newsstands in the UK on March 31.

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Paul McCartney’s two-line postcard from Mull of Kintyre sells for £1,000
A rare postcard sent by Paul McCartney has been sold for almost £1,000 (about $1,400) at auction. The message read, “With love from the ‘four Macs’. Now on tour in Scotland.” McCartney sent it from his Kintyre farmhouse to his housekeeper Rose. Auction organizers had valued it at between £250 and £350 ($520).

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Paul McCartney to headline Lollapalooza in July
Paul McCartney announced this morning that he will headline this year’s Lollapalooza music festival at Grant Park in Chicago. The appearance, set to take place on Friday July 31, will mark Paul’s first visit to the festival. Lollapalooza 3-day general admission passes sold out yesterday within an hour of going on sale.

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Legendary 1990 Live at Knebworth concert gets Blu-ray release
This month, one of the world’s most notable British rock concert events celebrates its 25th anniversary with its long-awaited Blu-ray release. Live at Knebworth includes performances from icons like Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton and Elton John. The new Blu-ray features improved audio and video quality.

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Laurence Juber says working with McCartney was educational experience

In a new interview, guitarist Laurence Juber describes his time with Paul McCartney and Wings as an educational experience. “He has a certainly eccentric style on acoustic guitar, particularly his way of left-handed picking. I learned a lot about the music business, about music production and about being an artist from him.”

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Monday, March 23, 2015

Paul McCartney and wife Nancy party on International Day of Happiness
The United Nations Foundation and Pharrell Williams teamed up to make this year’s International Day of Happiness really special. On Friday, everybody was invited to join a global “Happy Party” online to spread happiness and increase awareness about climate change, and Paul McCartney was happy to join in.

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Paul McCartney to perform at benefit in New York this May

Paul McCartney and The Robin Hood Foundation today announced that McCartney and his band will be performing at Robin Hood’s annual benefit, to be held May 12 at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. No stranger to Robin Hood, after 9/11, McCartney donated his talents to the Concert for New York City.

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Paul McCartney annouces special concert in Japan

Paul McCartney finally returns to Japan with his “Out There” tour, as he announced today a special one off show at the Nippon Budokan on Tuesday April 28. The special show was originally planned for last year but for reasons beyond his control, Paul was forced to cancel his Japanese tour dates. Ticket presale starts this Saturday.

 

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