Beatles: magazine article

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Roy_Castle's_Trumpet
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Beatles: magazine article

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Radio Times 4-10 November 2023 pp. 12-15

Some waffle but might be of interest to Beatles fans.
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Cheers for posting. It would be nice if a Beatles article written in the last 25 years didn't mention or glorify George Martin's son and his dubious work of constantly 'reconstructing' Beatles songs, but then nepotism has to be validated by those who practice it. De-mixing to remix? Why not just say what's really going on. The market for Beatles music is saturated. Everyone has already bought and heard it. Change it up, re-release it. It's getting tiresome.
At the record company party
On their hands - a dead star
The sycophantic slags all say :
"I knew him first, and I knew him well"

Re-issue! Re-package! Re-package!
Re-evaluate the songs
Double-pack with a photograph
Extra track (and a tacky badge)
Robin
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