christine~ (eppylover) wrote,
christine~
eppylover

Just a couple news articles for now...

*whinny* Take that, you Starkey-stealer! *snort*

So far they say everything went fine and she'll be all right ~ but you can't be too careful with us vintage people, ya know. The body never mends totally like it used to.

Mrs. Ringo was kicked by a horse, on her 60th birthday yet. The accused nag was obviously one of those rabidly jealous fanatics who hate wives of former Beatles.

Only four years older than yours truly the eppylover, Barbara was born on the day Brian Epstein died, minus 20 years.

So now we've got another Beatlenote in history for August 27.



Sgt. Pepper voted U.K.'s favourite chart-topper ever

BBC News
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The Beatles' Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band has been voted the best Number One album of all time by the British public.

The Top 10:
1 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' (1967) - Beatles
2 'Thriller' (1982) - Michael Jackson
3 'The Joshua Tree' (1987) - U2
4 'Rumours' (1977) - Fleetwood Mac
5 'Wish You Were Here' (1975) - Pink Floyd
6 'Revolver' (1966) - Beatles
7 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' (1970) - Simon and Garfunkel
8 'Abbey Road' (1969) - Beatles
9 'A Night At The Opera' (1975) - Queen
10 'The Beatles' (1968) - Beatles (aka 'The White Album')

BBC radio presenter Simon Mayo said: "It is a very impressive list and no surprise at all that 'Sgt. Pepper' is at the top.

"It revolutionised music and what we expect from an album. A fine choice indeed."


Yes! Almost half of the best albums of all time are Beatles. Of all time!
(Thank you, Brian! I hope you can hear that!)

~ A very strange comic
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