Was wondering if anyone knows where I may
purchase the original poster/advertisement of
the Beatles first U.S. tour when they played at
Washington Sports Arena in February 1964?
And approximately how much this may cost?
I have (3) LP’s and (2) 45’s of Beatles picture disks.
One of the 45’s has the banned butchered baby cover.
Mint condition – no covers.
I would like to sell! Please e-mail me at
Studio Flat, on ABBEY ROAD in St John’s Wood, London.
On opposite side of road & 2 mins walk from the world famous
ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS and THAT ZEBRA CROSSING!
5 mins to St John’s Wood tube station, Lords Cricket Ground and really pretty High Street.
On top (7th) floor of desirable block, where George Orwell (writer of “1984”) used to live.
Stunning twin aspect/Panoramic views, modern & airey.
Furnished and ready to move in.
Ideal 1st home, very central London pied a terre, or investment for Beatles Fan.
Seller has no chain. 72 yr lease. S/C 2,000/yr.
Price: 192,000 or near offer.
Call Miss Wright: 0044 (0)7811 117253
I would like to collect vintage Beatles sheet music and song books.
Can someone recommend web sites, catalogs or books
that I should get to learn about this hobby?
Hi!My name is Russell Charno and I’m the director of product development at Ellipsis Arts, a world music label in New York.
I’m in the midst of producing a compilation CD of Beatles songs performed by musicians from around the world and I’m looking for more songs to include.
I’m not really looking for novelty Beatles covers.. rather I’m looking for brilliant interpretations of Beatle songs with very strong regional influences. I’d prefer that the arrangements don’t just mirror original Beatles arrangements, but rather that they very much reflect the musical tradition/style of the musicians that recorded them.
Do you know of any songs that we should be including? Do you know of any great resources that we should be looking into??
Thank you for your consideration!
VP, Ellipsis Arts
VP Agog Creative Group
The Relaxation Company
Bayville NY 11709
The commemorative exhibit is now open
at the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore.
The exhibit commemorates the Fab Four’s visit to Baltimore
in September 1964. Featuring photos by Morton Tadder, a
highly-regarded Baltimore photographer, and memorabilia
from well-known collector Russ Lease, the exhibit will be
open through February 15. Mr. Lease will discuss collecting
one-of-a-kind objects on Sunday, January 9, at 1 pm, and
Mr. Tadder will speak on Sunday, February 13, at 1 pm on his
50 years as a professional photographer. Both lectures are
free with regular museum admission. A catalog, limited edition
commemorative posters, and museum-quality prints are
available for purchase at
They make great gifts for Christmas!
For more information, contact
Looking to Sell
I have owned TYS lunch box since 4th grade late 60’s.
Contact me if you are interested.
Urban Knight Inc
516 997 6438