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UNITED STATES - SEPTEMBER 24: THE DICK CAVETT SHOW - 9/24/71, John Lennon chatted with host Dick Cavett., (Photo by Ann Limongello/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)

Professional hell: The Beatles project that John Lennon described as a “humiliation”

Being in the biggest band of all time came with a blueprint. Inevitably, to keep up with their widespread appeal, it wasn’t all artistry and celebrating the changing zeitgeist for…

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Read more about the article A Beatles Associate Said Paul McCartney Seemed to ‘Enjoy’ John Lennon’s ‘Discomfort’ After His Drug Bust
AUSTRALIA - JUNE 01: (AUSTRALIA OUT) Photo of Paul McCARTNEY and BEATLES and John LENNON (Photo by GAB Archive/Redferns)

A Beatles Associate Said Paul McCartney Seemed to ‘Enjoy’ John Lennon’s ‘Discomfort’ After His Drug Bust

In 1968, police raided John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s home and arrested the couple. Police found drugs in the house, landing Lennon in trouble and putting The Beatles as a…

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LONDON - 30th DECEMBER: Paul McCartney and John Lennon (1940-1980) from The Beatles posed backstage at the Finsbury Park Astoria, London during the band's Christmas Show residency on 30th December 1963. (Photo by Val Wilmer/Redferns)

‘Hello Goodbye’ vs ‘I Am The Walrus’: The worst A-side decision The Beatles ever made?

The telepathy that Paul McCartney and John Lennon supposedly shared from their early years of songwriting disguises a crucial dissonance between the pair. Often, successful couples require vast differences to…

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Read more about the article The Story and Meaning Behind The Beatles’ “And Your Bird Can Sing” and the Mystery of Who John Lennon was Targeting with the Song
LONDON - 24th JUNE: Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and John Lennon (1940-1980) from The Beatles arrive at EMI Studios in Abbey Road, London for the recording of 'All You Need is Love' on 24th June 1967. (Photo by Mark and Colleen Hayward/Redferns)

The Story and Meaning Behind The Beatles’ “And Your Bird Can Sing” and the Mystery of Who John Lennon was Targeting with the Song

Revolver features some of the most iconic songs in The Beatles’ catalog, including classics like “Eleanor Rigby,” “Tomorrow Never Knows,” and “Here, There and Everywhere.” But where it really gains…

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