cute mop-top hair styles and I love the way they
sing. In today's post and in part 2 next week I'll
bring you their greatest performances which
will include rare clips I am sure you never
saw before. And now, without further ado,
That was "Nowhere Man," a song written by Beatles members John Lennon and Paul McCartney and released just before Christmas 1965 on their 6th studio album Rubber Soul. The song also came out on a single and reached the top 3 on the U.S. chart in the spring of 1966.
that was penned by John and Paul in the back of
a van in the spring of 1963. It was recorded by
another English group, Billy J. Kramer With
The Dakotas, and their single reached the
top 10 in the states in 1964. Here now is
ultra rare early footage of Paul and John
The next song I want you to hear was written by John, recorded in the fall of 1963 and released at the start of 1964 on the band's second U.S. album Meet the Beatles! Here once again are this girl's future husbands -- John, Paul George and Ringo -- and "This Boy."
Meet the Beatles!)
Written by John, our next song charted in the top 50 on the B side of the 1965 single "Ticket To Ride" and is also on the album Beatles VI. Here again are those lovable Liverpool lads with "Yes It Is."
Up next is a beautiful, bittersweet, introspective song written and sung by John and found on Rubber Soul. Listen as John meditates on his past as he sings "In My Life." Oh John boy, my adorable mop-top, I wanna hold your hand!
(from 1965 album Rubber Soul)
"Here, There And Everywhere" is a gorgeous song written by Paul and released on the Beatles' 1966 album Revolver. Oh Paul... you're my dreamboat. Marry me!
"Rain" was issued as the fab flip of the Beatles' chart-topping 1966 single "Paperback Writer" and made a run at the top 20 on the Billboard chart. Both songs were recorded during the Revolver sessions but neither was included on the album. Here are the future misters Meg Griffin - all Fab Four of them - in their classic music video for "Rain."
belonged (and still do) - SDMM. You'll see
Beatle goldens from me to you. Skip part 2?
Honey don't. You can't do that. I'll be back,
It won't be long, little child so, till then, this
is Meg Griffin saying hello, goodbye for now!