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The story of The Beatles is coming

Old 11-08-01, 03:48 PM
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The story of The Beatles is coming

The story of The Beatles is coming

November 8, 2001

BMG Video is preparing an extensive history of the Fab Four with the new documentary Beatles: The Beatles Story: The Lifetime Biography.
The new speical explores the history of the Beatles from beginningt to end and is broken up into twenty-five chapters: Birth of the Beatles, Hamburg, The Cavern, Merseybeat, Enter Brian Epstein, Decca Records, Parlophone, Ringo, A Punishing Schedule, Beatlemania, Working Class Roots, International Stardom, Returning Heroes, Members of the British Empire, Girlfriends and Wives, Troubled Waters, "Bigger" than Jesus?, End of the Road, Transitions, Apple Corp. and The Maharishi, Drugs, Yoko and Linda, The Beginning of the End, The Beatle's Legacy, Closing Credits. All in all a intimate look into the history of the legendary band.
The documentary will be presented in fullscreen and will contain a DVD Diary providing a comprehensive history of the group. Coming on November 13th, the DVD will be priced at $16.99.
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Gearfab, as it were.

What about Anthology???
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I would be a little cautious of this release. Sounds like it could be one of those lame documentaries where they don't have any actual Beatles music. These things usually are made up of interviews with people who knew them, thrown in with news footage of the Beatles. In other words, a bunch of stuff they don't really have to worry about obtaining the legal rights to. I could be wrong.

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