SHE LOVES YOU
What if the Beatles Didn’t Exist?
When the Beatles Let Their Freak Flag Fly
The strangest item in the Beatles’ catalogue turns 50.
How Lennon’s Trolling of Clapton Birthed a Rock Classic
Talk about meta.
The Beatles Helped Write the Best Beatles Bio
Half a century ago, Hunter Davies got permission to write an authorized biography of the band. The next thing he knew, they were his collaborators.
The Beatles’ Rare Christmas Records Are Finally Revealed
Just in time for holiday season, Apple has gifted us with ‘The Christmas Records’—a vinyl box set comprised of very rare fan-club recordings by the Fab Four.
Rocking Out to the Beatles’ Most Fun Album, 50 Years Later
Released fifty years ago—on November 27, 1967—the Beatles’ last slice of psychedelia is an underrated masterpiece, and more fun than ‘Sgt. Pepper.’
50 Years Ago Today
Is ‘Revolver’ the Best Rock Record Ever?
In the spring of 1966, riding high on the artistic success of ‘Rubber Soul,’ the Beatles went into the studio to begin crafting what would become their greatest record.
A Revolution, With Guitars
It’s been 50 years since The Beatles invaded America and changed, well, everything. What made the boys from Liverpool so unique and so damn great? Read the first of four short excerpts from Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!: The Beatles and America, Then and Now. You can order the book, for $5.99, here.