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  1. BEATLES Olympia Holiday '89 official 8-track promo CD CHRISTMAS Fan Club Message $ A Fab Four Christmas The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band CD 10 Tracks
  2. Nov 06,  · videos Play all The Beatles (White Album / Super Deluxe) The Beatles Paul McCartney - Helter Skelter & Back In The U.S.S.R. [HD] - Duration: .
  3. The Beatles were just beginning work on Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band. Instead of simply thanking their fans and recounting the events of the year, the Beatles use sound effects and dialogue to create a vaudeville play based around a song that goes, "Everywhere it's Christmas, at the end of every year." Paul McCartney designed the cover.
  4. The Fan Club Christmas Messages is more about the wit and humor the Beatles shared than actual musical quality. This is more about the "funny four" than the "fab four." In the their middle years (''67), these Christmas Messages might be compared to "You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)." The later years were more or less collages of music and microskits. If this were any other Group, it /5(27).
  5. Comments This 2-CD set features all seven of the original fan club Christmas messages. Also included are rare group and solo recordings in the spirit of the season, along with extensive liner notes and visuals, making this the definitive compilation of the Beatles Christmas Recordings.
  6. The Beatles' Christmas Album by the Beatles: details, song lyrics, credits, album covers, album reviews, prices I was a member of The Beatles Fan Club and recieved this album when the club closed cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.coinfo in I was listening to a radio show about collectables,I called up,explained what I had and he said it was worth at least $It.
  7. TITLE: Season's Greetings From The Beatles: RELEASE DATE: December POST CARD: FRONT--> Click! POST CARD: BACK--> Click! LABEL --> Click! As was the case in , the American Fan Club issued the Christmas message on a 7 inch by 8 1/2 inch postcard with a vinyl record coated on one side and text on the other.
  8. It’s an amazing magical spring time here and someone still having Merry Christmas design. Perhaps this velo-taxi belongs to a descendant of Ernest Hemingway, who stated that “Paris is a moveable feast” Apparently, this feast was Christmas. (Although the image of a polar bear on this truck reminded me of home, where there are wild bears.

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