Beatles author Bruce Spizer's look at the 50th anniversary (actually Aug. 23) of the pivotal Beatles single “She Loves You”/”I'll Get You” is one of the highlights of Beatlefan issue #203, editor Bill King told us Aug. 19.
The new issue also features reviews and photos from Paul McCartney's summer Out There! tour, a detailed look at the "Ringo: Peace & Love" exhibition at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, Al Sussman's thoughts on how different concert going was in the days of Wings Over America, and Tom Frangione's look at the remarkable and continued success Yoko Ono has had on the dance charts.
A sample issue costs $7 in the U.S. or $10 abroad. U.S. funds only. For more information, go to the magazine's website.
THE 910: Also out is the latest issue of the 910, Vol. 13, No. 2. The new issue features a thorough review of the deluxe “Wings Over America” box set, a look at the first of the legitimate UK releases of the Beatles “Love Me Do” and other early tracks on non-EMI labels and a report on a new tape of tracks from the Beatles' Star Club sessions. The .pdf file of the magazine is available for $4.95 from Doug Sulpy's website.
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