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March 6 - March 20, 1966
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November 14-19, 1966
April 03-04, 1967
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Jul 22, 1967
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December 11 - End of December, 1968
March 16 to early April, 1969
May 15 - June 17, 1969
Early December 1971
Mid-June to June 25, 1972
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THERE’S still a chance that the Beatles will play together again, Paul McCartney said yesterday. ” Providing everything was all right and planned properly, I can’t think of any reason why they shouldn’t,” he said. Paul, who split with the rest of the group three years ago, was talking at London’s Heathrow Airport before flying with his family to the West Indies for a holiday. He’s pictured with his wife Linda, her daughter Heather, 10, by a previous marriage, and their daughters, one-year-old Stella, and Mary, 3.
On one of our Jamaican holidays we had heard that Dustin Hoffman and Steve McQueen were around, shooting the film Papillon. We were invited to visit the set and Dustin asked us back to his house for dinner. He was asking me how I write songs; I explained that I just make them up. He said, Can you make up a song about anything?’ I wasn’t sure, but he pulled out a copy of Time, pointed to an article and said, ‘Could you write a song about this? It was a quote from Picasso, from the last night of his life. Apparently, he had said to his friends, ‘Drink to me, drink to my health, you know I can’t drink anymore,’ and then gone to bed and died in his sleep. So I picked up a guitar, started to strum and sing ‘Drink to me, drink to my health…’, and Dustin was shouting to his wife, ‘He’s doing it! He’s doing it! Come and listen!’ It’s something that comes naturally to me but he was blown away by it. And that song became Picasso’s Last Words.
Last updated on September 20, 2023
"An updated edition of the best-seller. The story of what happened to the band members, their families and friends after the 1970 break-up is brought right up to date. A fascinating and meticulous piece of Beatles scholarship."
We owe a lot to Keith Badman for the creation of those pages, but you really have to buy this book to get all the details - a day to day chronology of what happened to the four Beatles after the break-up and how their stories intertwined together!
This edition of the book compiles more outrageous opinions and unrehearsed interviews from the former Beatles and the people who surrounded them. Keith Badman unearths a treasury of Beatles sound bites and points-of-view, taken from the post break up years. Includes insights from Yoko Ono, Linda McCartney, Barbara Bach and many more.