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Beatles

famous English rock group whose initial appeal was derived partly from their moplike haircuts. [Br. Hist.: NCE, 253]
See: Hair
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There will also be plenty of items for people to buy and sell, newer stuff and things going back to the Beatles heyday in the 60s.
The illustrations sometimes feel reminiscent of Beatles cartoons, such as Yellow Submarine (1968), but with a more realistic touch.
Signing deals with so many streaming services at once indicates just how important this part of the music industry now is, and the only reason it has taken the Beatles so long to join the party is down to commercial interests.
The Beatles 1 | PS18 from The Beatles Store SCOUSE ENGLISH SCOUSE, with its quick repartee and colourful choice of words, reflects the character of its speakers far more accurately than any other dialect of the British Isles.
Sure, there have been other big pop music phenomena over the years --Michael Jackson, U2, Nirvana, Madonna, and Prince come to mind--and there indeed may be various kinds of similarities between the Beatles and these artists.
And his father said, 'Well, if you're going to watch something, you're not going to watch it here because we're watching the Beatles.
9 concert special "The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles.
Husband and wife double act Mick Manning and Brita Granstrom's new book The Beatles is out this week.
North East promoters Independent Live are bringing the sounds of the "Fab Four" back to the region as Them Beatles are lined up to play Independent in Sunderland on August 10.
SOME Beatles fans looking for the zebra crossing made famous by Beatles album Abbey Road have been turning up nine miles away at a station in east London.
Celebrating 50 years of Beatle music, The Beatles Festival features top look-alike and sound-alike tribute acts at the Scarborough Spa on the weekend of September 15 and 16, providing a 'Guaranteed No Mud' indoor festival - regardless of the Great British weather.