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As It Happened - The Beatles & Murray the K

Released: Feb1966

MURK .MR1 - White label with small play hole - Interviews from disc jockey Murray Kaufman A.K.A. Murray the K. These records were mailed through the Murray the K Fan Club.




Autograph - Pete Best - (formerly of The Beatles)

Pete Best & his band recently performed at The Fest For Beatle Fans at The Mirage in Las Vegas in July 2007. After a fantastic show Pete signed autographs for the fans.



Clay, Tom - "Remember, We Don't Like Them, We Love Them" - Official IBBB Interview

Released: Spring 1964

CLAY1.01 - Spring 1964 -  Tom Clay interview on the set of A Hard Days Night - Light blue label with dark blue print - "Not For Sale" on label.



  Like Dreamers Do / Love Of The Loved

OUI Magazine
Released: 1982

Label Variations:

Promo-Only Release From Oui Magazine featuring The Silver Beatles



First U.S. Visit, The Beatles - Floor Promo Display:

Cardboard Floor Display of The Beatles First U.S. Visit - Approximately 58" x 39" is size. This was used in stores to help promote The Beatles DVD "The First U.S. Visit"  released in 2003. Has an Apple logo on the bottom left & a "MPL" logo on the bottom right of the display.








Musicland Flexi Records - Eva-Tone Soundsheets:



These "red, white, and blue" flexi discs were issued by Capitol as promotional giveaways to encourage the sale of the Capitol catalog of Beatles LPs. The transparent 7-1/4" square discs were adhered to a card with photos of the group on the front visible through the soundsheet. Magical Mystery Tour release featured the photo variation with George's "middle finger salute".



Capitol / Evatone 420826CS (Red) All My Loving / You've Got To Hide Your Love Away 

Capitol / Evatone 420827CS (Blue) Magical Mystery Tour / Here Comes The Sun 

Capitol / Evatone 420828CS (Clear/white) Rocky Raccoon / Why Don't We Do It In The Road






That Thing You Do / All My Only Dreams

Label Variations:

Play-Tone Records (Epic 78401) - 1996

That Thing You Do / Dance With Me Tonight

Epic 78401  - 1996


That Thing You Do" is a 1996 song that appears in the film That Thing You Do!. The song is performed by the fictional band The Wonders, who follow very similar stardom as The Beatles did. The film has absolutely nothing to do with The Beatles although several references were to them ("Hey Ringo, you're on" & when the "Oneders" were trying to come up with their name of their band)

The Wonders go from a talent show in Erie, Pennsylvania to climbing up the Billboard charts thanks to the song "That Thing You Do". Written by guitarist/vocalist Jimmy Mattingly II, it was originally crafted as a ballad. Upon playing at said talent show, drummer Guy Patterson starts the beat off much more up-tempo and the rest of the band follow suit, turning the song into an upbeat rock song. The song is a hit with the audience, and they win the talent show. From there, the band gets picked up by a local manager who helps them get more shows in the area and eventual play on the radio. The band then ends up on Play-Tone Records where the song goes up the Billboard charts, reaching #7, becoming the quickest charting song ever on Play-Tone Records. The band ends up breaking up before producing another record, so they become one-hit wonders.

In the film, the song is written by Jimmy Mattingly II and performed by Jimmy Mattingly II on vocals and guitar, Lenny Haise on lead guitar, T.B. Player on bass player and Guy "Shades" Patterson on drums

The song was released as a single in promotion for the film and for its soundtrack. Although not as successful as the song had been in the film, it still did well, peaking at #41 on the Billboard Hot 100, #22 on the Adult Contemporary charts, #18 on the Adult Top 40, and #24 on the Top 40 Mainstream charts[1]. It also did well in UK, reaching there #22 in February 1997. The song was nominated for Best Original Song at the 69th Academy Awards as well as Best Original Song at the 1996 Golden Globe Awards.

The song was written by Adam Schlesinger. Performers include Mike Viola on vocals with Schlesinger on backup vocals





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