Posts tagged beatles
prima-yana:

I don’t usually post things as such but I finally found it. It was the last one remaining in that store. Is it too much that I did a “shut up and take my money”?
(P.S. I declare that I love those who worked on this. HAHA!)

We hereby have received your declaration of love and are sending one right back at ya.

prima-yana:

I don’t usually post things as such but I finally found it. It was the last one remaining in that store. Is it too much that I did a “shut up and take my money”?

(P.S. I declare that I love those who worked on this. HAHA!)

We hereby have received your declaration of love and are sending one right back at ya.

mi-keebox:

Say hello to my the BEATLES magazine! I’ve been looking for this since yesterday! This was bought by my mom secretly… and gave it to me as soon as I arrived. Yipee such a happy kid! As you can see, I haven’t opened the magazine yet.. I mean to remove the plastic and such… I’ll remove the plastic in a while and try to see what’s the content. 
PS: I’m collecting the BEATLES stuffs!!! 

Yay! The content is awesome, we promise. 

mi-keebox:

Say hello to my the BEATLES magazine! I’ve been looking for this since yesterday! This was bought by my mom secretly… and gave it to me as soon as I arrived. Yipee such a happy kid! As you can see, I haven’t opened the magazine yet.. I mean to remove the plastic and such… I’ll remove the plastic in a while and try to see what’s the content. 

PS: I’m collecting the BEATLES stuffs!!! 

Yay! The content is awesome, we promise. 

(via littlemisswhitesnake-deactivate)

Illustrator Jim Stoten drew up ‘Beatles Land’ for our special Beatles issue. It’s like a Where’s Waldo for fans of the Fab Four. WE LOVE IT. How many Beatles songs can you find? By our count, there are 34—from “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” to “Dig A Pony.” [View high-res, where you can also see the answers on the right-hand side.]
[ed: This is even more awesome in the commemorative iPad issue, that’s available in the iPad Newsstand, its natural habitat, which is all clicky and digital and full of audio bits of the songs.]

Illustrator Jim Stoten drew up ‘Beatles Land’ for our special Beatles issue. It’s like a Where’s Waldo for fans of the Fab Four. WE LOVE IT. How many Beatles songs can you find? By our count, there are 34—from “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” to “Dig A Pony.” [View high-res, where you can also see the answers on the right-hand side.]

[ed: This is even more awesome in the commemorative iPad issue, that’s available in the iPad Newsstand, its natural habitat, which is all clicky and digital and full of audio bits of the songs.]

When fans gush about the Beatles being The Best Band Ever, they typically gush about a few things in particular. The songs. The singing. The style. Even the slightly ridiculous hair. But the most distinctive of the group’s many gifts may have been its sense of timing. The recording of Sgt. Pepper began as early as November 1966, but the LP itself didn’t land in stores until June 1, 1967: opening day, it just so happens, of the Summer of Love, a season it would instantly and forever define. The last album they recorded, Abbey Road, materialized a month after Woodstock (August 1969) and two months before Altamont (December)—the exact moment, in other words, that the Sixties were ending. And so on. To say that the Beatles anticipated, absorbed and altered the culture in ways that no other band has equaled, or will ever equal, isn’t hyperbole. They wouldn’t have existed without their times, nor their times without them. That’s what sets them apart.