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The Baker's Dozen
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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.

2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 

3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.

4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium.

5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.

6. George and Ringo, along with their wives and Jane Birkin, attend the premiere of the Wonderwall movie in Cannes, 17 May 1968.

7. John and George 15/12/1969 UNICEF charity concert.

8. John, Paul and Ringo in 1964 Central Park photo session.

9. John, Paul, and Ringo talk about the Magical Mystery Tour film.

10. John, George and Ringo are seen at the Whiskey A Go Go with Jayne Mansfield. George throws his drink at a photographer.

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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.

2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 

3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.

4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium.

5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.

6. George and Ringo, along with their wives and Jane Birkin, attend the premiere of the Wonderwall movie in Cannes, 17 May 1968.

7. John and George 15/12/1969 UNICEF charity concert.

8. John, Paul and Ringo in 1964 Central Park photo session.

9. John, Paul, and Ringo talk about the Magical Mystery Tour film.

10. John, George and Ringo are seen at the Whiskey A Go Go with Jayne Mansfield. George throws his drink at a photographer.

11.  John and George are interviewed together for The Frost Show twice, first on 29th September 1967, second time on 4th October.

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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.

2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 

3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.

4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium.

5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.

6. George and Ringo, along with their wives and Jane Birkin, attend the premiere of the Wonderwall movie in Cannes, 17 May 1968.

7. John and George 15/12/1969 UNICEF charity concert.

8. John, Paul and Ringo in 1964 Central Park photo session.

9. John, Paul, and Ringo talk about the Magical Mystery Tour film.

10. John, George and Ringo are seen at the Whiskey A Go Go with Jayne Mansfield. George throws his drink at a photographer.

11.  John and George are interviewed together for The Frost Show twice, first on 29th September 1967, second time on 4th October.

12. John marries Cynthia Powell. George and Paul are in attendance. Ringo isn't even told about it, and still doesn't know. 23rd August 1962.

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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.

2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 

3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.

4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium.

5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.

6. George and Ringo, along with their wives and Jane Birkin, attend the premiere of the Wonderwall movie in Cannes, 17 May 1968.

7. John and George 15/12/1969 UNICEF charity concert.

8. John, Paul and Ringo in 1964 Central Park photo session.

9. John, Paul, and Ringo talk about the Magical Mystery Tour film.

10. John, George and Ringo are seen at the Whiskey A Go Go with Jayne Mansfield. George throws his drink at a photographer.

11.  John and George are interviewed together for The Frost Show twice, first on 29th September 1967, second time on 4th October.

12. John marries Cynthia Powell. George and Paul are in attendance. Ringo isn't even told about it, and still doesn't know. 23rd August 1962.

13. John, George and Ringo watch Bob Dylan and The Band at the Isle of Wight Festival, 31st August 1969. Paul doesn't attend because his daughter Mary was born three days earlier.

 

13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

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2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles
1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr

3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr
3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon

4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison

And in the end
The love you take is equal to the love you make

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney 
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr 
3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon

4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison

5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney 

2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr 

3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon

4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison

5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64  

6. Ringo's "ringo-isms" (malapropers including "A Hard Day's Night ", "Eight Days A Week ", and "Tomorrow Never Knows ")

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney 

2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr 

3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon

4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison

5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64  

6. Ringo's "ringo-isms" (malapropers including "A Hard Day's Night ", "Eight Days A Week ", and "Tomorrow Never Knows ")

7. Paul's thumbs-up gesture.

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr
3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon
4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison
5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64
6. Ringo's "ringo-isms" (malapropers including "A Hard Day's Night ", "Eight Days A Week ", and "Tomorrow Never Knows ")
7. Paul's thumbs-up gesture.

8. Beatles' moptop-shaking (particularly during "She Loves You ")

And in the end
The love you take is equal to the love you make

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles
1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr
3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon
4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison
5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64
6. Ringo's "ringo-isms" (malapropers including "A Hard Day's Night ", "Eight Days A Week ", and "Tomorrow Never Knows ")
7. Paul's thumbs-up gesture.
8. Beatles' moptop-shaking (particularly during "She Loves You ")

9. "Yeah yeah yeah" (do I even need to explain this one?)

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr
3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon
4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison
5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64
6. Ringo's "ringo-isms" (malapropers including "A Hard Day's Night ", "Eight Days A Week ", and "Tomorrow Never Knows ")
7. Paul's thumbs-up gesture.
8. Beatles' moptop-shaking (particularly during "She Loves You ")
9. "Yeah yeah yeah" (do I even need to explain this one?)

10. John's characteristic stance at the microphone in the early years (legs apart, head arched back)

And in the end
The love you take is equal to the love you make

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney 
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr 
3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon 
4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison 
5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64
6. Ringo's "ringo-isms" (malapropers including "A Hard Day's Night ", "Eight Days A Week ", and "Tomorrow Never Knows ")
7. Paul's thumbs-up gesture.
8. Beatles' moptop-shaking (particularly during "She Loves You ")
9. "Yeah yeah yeah" (do I even need to explain this one?)

10. John's characteristic stance at the microphone in the early years (legs apart, head arched back)

11. George playing and handing out ukuleles to his friendsahdn_george_08

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney 
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr 
3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon 
4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison 
5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64
6. Ringo's "ringo-isms" (malapropers including "A Hard Day's Night ", "Eight Days A Week ", and "Tomorrow Never Knows ")
7. Paul's thumbs-up gesture.
8. Beatles' moptop-shaking (particularly during "She Loves You ")
9. "Yeah yeah yeah" (do I even need to explain this one?)
10. John's characteristic stance at the microphone in the early years (legs apart, head arched back)
11. George playing and handing out ukuleles to his friends
12. Calling Christmas "Krimble" - John on one of the fan club records

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13 mannerisms/gestures/catchphrases of The Beatles

1. "Y'know" - Paul McCartney 
2. "Peace and love" - Ringo Starr 
3. *manic laughter* - John Lennon 
4. "Hare Krishna" - George Harrison 
5. The infamous "clap your hands, stomp your feet" face - John during 1963-64
6. Ringo's "ringo-isms" (malapropers including "A Hard Day's Night ", "Eight Days A Week ", and "Tomorrow Never Knows ")
7. Paul's thumbs-up gesture.
8. Beatles' moptop-shaking (particularly during "She Loves You ")
9. "Yeah yeah yeah" (do I even need to explain this one?)
10. John's characteristic stance at the microphone in the early years (legs apart, head arched back)
11. George playing and handing out ukuleles to his friends
12. Calling Christmas "Krimble" - John on one of the fan club records 
13. Paul using his middle finger to rub the side of his nose or his eye

13 Beatles songs that have a piano in the first note of the song
1. While My Guitar Gently Weeps

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13 Beatles songs that have a piano in the first note of the song

1. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
2. You Like Me Too Much

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13 Beatles songs that have a piano in the first note of the song

1. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
2. You Like Me Too Much
3. A Hard Day's Night

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The love you take is equal to the love you make

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13 Beatles songs that have a piano in the first note of the song

1. While My Guitar Gently Weeps 
2. You Like Me Too Much 
3. A Hard Day's Night

4. Oh! Darling

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13 Beatles songs that have a piano in the first note of the song

1. While My Guitar Gently Weeps 
2. You Like Me Too Much 
3. A Hard Day's Night

4. Oh! Darling

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