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The group's jovial May 1968 home recordings mark the last time they sounded like true friends
In an excerpt from his memoir, Beatles press officer Derek Taylor recalls an acid-fueled trip to the English countryside with Paul McCartney in 1968
HariSongs debuts with Ravi Shankar, Ali Akbar Khan reissues
50th anniversary screenings set to begin this July
Over 413 negatives, including 350 unreleased photos, capture Fab Four's first U.S. concert in Washington D.C. as well as September 1964 Baltimore show
"One of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here, so it's important to me," Beatles legend says of John Lennon
We break down the epic studio day that yielded the bulk of the band's debut LP, from "I Saw Her Standing There" to a cathartic "Twist and Shout"
Though their trip to visit Maharishi was short, the Beatles helped bring Eastern religion to the West
A 'Lord of the Rings' movie pitch, the genesis of the White Album and other trivia from the band's historic stay in Rishikesh
"It's an honour and a pleasure to be considered and acknowledged for my music and my charity work," Beatles drummer says of New Year's Honours
These raw 1962 bootlegs capture the young Fab Four at their hungriest
Audio of singer's avant-garde 1965 sound collage finally surfaces
The movie was a flop, but the album was full of historic singles and inspired experiments
Beatle's items were reportedly taken from widow, Yoko Ono, in New York in 2006
Drummer provides stomping beat during performance of "With a Little Help From My Friends"