If my calulations are right, the last post was the 1000th post on Blog, Blog Me Do. As we hit that milestone, I just wanted to take time out to thank everyone from all around the world who read the blog, and extend a special thanks to those who take the time to comment or [...]
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Â Bob Neaverson, author of The Beatles Movies (Cassell, 1997) and co-author (with former Apple Film boss Denis O’Dell) of At the Apple’s Core, has just launched a Beatles Movie website, www.beatlesmovies.co.uk.The site is dedicated to celebrating the importance of the group’s five forays into film, and includes a re-vamped version of his first book, the [...]
Regular readers of Blog Me Do will have noticed that for the last few weeks I’ve not been posting any new Beatles news or odd Beatles items that have caught my eye. This has been mainly down to dealing with my youngest daughter being in and out of hospital over the last few weeks combined [...]
Our good friend, and fellow Beatle comics collector, Fabio from Italy has launched Beatlestube.net, a YouTube style site devoted entirely to The Fab Four. Here’s how he describes the site: the site that tries to organize all Beatles Video that you can find on the web. There are plenty of Beatles clips on Youtubeâ„¢ and [...]
According to a report by NME,Â never-before-seen footage of The Beatles filmed by the Fab Four’s former roadie Mal Evans (below) and hidden for decades in an attic wasÂ released on August 1 to the MBop website where the reformatted and restored clips are now available for download. The clips include secret concert footage as well as [...]
Back from vacation, caught up on the Beatles Day-by-Day posts… Normal postings will be resumed this weekend.
I’m heading out on vacation tomorrow, so there will be a short break in posts until around the 1st August. – See you then.
While the two remaining Beatles may not be publicly celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the release of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the official Beatles’ website has not let this weekend’s milestone go unnoticed. Over at Beatles.com they have launched a new mini-site marking the release of the groundbreaking album. The site, which can [...]
Uncut reports that an archive Beatles ITN news documentary from 1966 has been made available for video download through digital company Wippit.Â The 23 minute documentary was only ever aired once in the UK and featured the Beatles’ controversial tour of the US in 1966, which followed the interview that John Lennon gave claiming that [...]
In the latest video update on his website, Ringo Starr talks about his two upcoming CD projects plus the release of a DVD featuring last year’s All-Starr Band tour.