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The Baker's Dozen
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13 Exquisite musical intros to Beatle / Solo songs (looking forward to maybe discovering new ones!)

1. Run Of The Mill (George)

2. Bless You (John)

3. Heather (Paul) 

4. Let Me Roll It (Paul) 

5. #9 Dream (John)

6. Revolution 1

7. God (John)

8. Paperback Writer  

9. I feel Fine (love that guitar feedback)

10. Blue Jay Way (love that transition from the Flying fadeout)

11. Love (John)

12. Drive My Car

"....When I cannot sing my heart, I can only speak my mind...." 

"....This ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this ain't no fooling around...."

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13 Exquisite musical intros to Beatle / Solo songs (looking forward to maybe discovering new ones!)

1. Run Of The Mill (George)

2. Bless You (John)

3. Heather (Paul) 

4. Let Me Roll It (Paul) 

5. #9 Dream (John)

6. Revolution 1

7. God (John)

8. Paperback Writer  

9. I feel Fine (love that guitar feedback)

10. Blue Jay Way (love that transition from the Flying fadeout)

11. Love (John)

12. Drive My Car

13. What Is Life ? (George)

Have you ever been in a place that The Beatles visited previously? Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location (use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport Runway (there was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

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2. Mathew Street, Liverpool. 

I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple'.

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13 places that you and The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport

(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.

(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

3. Maple Leaf Gardens ?, Toronto 

(Hockey palace where the Toronto Maple Leafs won the bulk of their championships; and where the boys staged the bulk of their Canadian concert appearances - including an unscheduled afternoon one, impetuously added by team owner/convicted felon/unfunny comic villain dead-guy Harold Ballard. Brian was furious...

...but two shows were indeed played that day. (Joe's probly got details in History.) Brian gets karmic revenge,  though: On 4/20/1967, while the Fabs are recording "Northern Song" overdubs + Pepper inner groove, the Leafs complete their best-of-7 victory over archrival Montreal Canadians, collecting the Stanley Cup, the team's ninth overall. Four months after that, brian-epstein will depart the earth forever. And the Toronto Maple Leafs have gone Cupless ever since ?, even though Ballard died unmourned in 1990 and the team moved to a new facility in '99. The former MLG now home to a grocery store, I managed to attend a few games in the mid '90s. 

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13 places that you and The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport

(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.

(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

3. Maple Leaf Gardens ?, Toronto 

4. Hollywood Bowl

(Ohhh Boy and I went there for a Barry Gibb concert.)

After the Barry Gibb concert. Sitting there wondering what it would have been like to see The Beatles there.

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13 places that you and The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport

(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.

(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

3. Maple Leaf Gardens ?, Toronto 

4. Hollywood Bowl

(Ohhh Boy and I went there for a Barry Gibb concert.)

5. King's Hall, Belfast 

(The Beatles played in N. Ireland twice, once in 1963 and then in 1964 at King's Hall in Belfast. My link to this venue is that I saw Chris de Burgh in concert there ... not something I like to admit now lol ... just after 'Lady In Red' was a hit in the mid/late 80s)

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13 places that you have been to that The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport

(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.

(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

3. Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto 

(Hockey palace where the Toronto Maple Leafs won the bulk of their championships; and where the boys staged the bulk of their Canadian concert appearances - including an unscheduled afternoon one, impetuously added by team owner/convicted felon/unfunny comic villain dead-guy Harold Ballard. Brian was furious...brian-epstein)

4. Hollywood Bowl

(Ohhh Boy and I went there for a Barry Gibb concert.)

5. King's Hall, Belfast 

(The Beatles played in N. Ireland twice, once in 1963 and then in 1964 at King's Hall in Belfast. My link to this venue is that I saw Chris de Burgh in concert there ... not something I like to admit now lol ... just after 'Lady In Red' was a hit in the mid/late 80s)

6. Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland 

(Killing time waiting for a plane to Dublin we drove down to the Aberdeen Esplanade to see the Uni and get some fish and chips. I noticed the Beach Ballroom and recognized it as the location of a Scottish Tour gig in early 1963. Even though it was probably freezing that night, the location looks really cool.)

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I can't find a picture from the concert, but this one gives a flavor of what it must have been like.

 

 

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13 places that you have been to that The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport

(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.

(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

3. Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto 

(Hockey palace where the Toronto Maple Leafs won the bulk of their championships; and where the boys staged the bulk of their Canadian concert appearances - including an unscheduled afternoon one, impetuously added by team owner/convicted felon/unfunny comic villain dead-guy Harold Ballard. Brian was furious...brian-epstein)

4. Hollywood Bowl

(Ohhh Boy and I went there for a Barry Gibb concert.)

5. King's Hall, Belfast 

(The Beatles played in N. Ireland twice, once in 1963 and then in 1964 at King's Hall in Belfast. My link to this venue is that I saw Chris de Burgh in concert there ... not something I like to admit now lol ... just after 'Lady In Red' was a hit in the mid/late 80s)

6. Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland 

(Killing time waiting for a plane to Dublin we drove down to the Aberdeen Esplanade to see the Uni and get some fish and chips. I noticed the Beach Ballroom and recognized it as the location of a Scottish Tour gig in early 1963. Even though it was probably freezing that night, the location looks really cool.)

7. Empire Theatre, Liverpool

(The Beatles played at the Empire Theatre in '63, '64 and during their final UK tour in '65. When I lived in Liverpool during the 1980's I saw several concerts at the Empire Theatre including 10CC, Robert Plant, Chris Rea, Van Morrison and Steve Hackett!

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13 places that you have been to that The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport
(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.
(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

3. Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto
(Hockey palace where the Toronto Maple Leafs won the bulk of their championships; and where the boys staged the bulk of their Canadian concert appearances -
ncluding an unscheduled afternoon one, impetuously added by team owner/convicted felon/unfunny comic villain dead-guy Harold Ballard. Brian was furious...brian-epstein)
4. Hollywood Bowl
(Ohhh Boy and I went there for a Barry Gibb concert.)

5. King's Hall, Belfast
(The Beatles played in N. Ireland twice, once in 1963 and then in 1964 at King's Hall in Belfast. My link to this venue is that I saw Chris de Burgh in concert there ... not something I like to admit now lol ... just after 'Lady In Red' was a hit in the mid/late 80s)

6. Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland
(Killing time waiting for a plane to Dublin we drove down to the Aberdeen Esplanade to see the Uni and get some fish and chips. I noticed the Beach Ballroom and recognized it as the location of a Scottish Tour gig in early 1963. Even though it was probably freezing that night, the location looks really cool.)

7. Empire Theatre, Liverpool
(The Beatles played at the Empire Theatre in '63, '64 and during their final UK tour in '65. When I lived in Liverpool during the 1980's I saw several concerts at the Empire Theatre including 10CC, Robert Plant, Chris Rea, Van Morrison and Steve Hackett!

8. Ye Olde Cock Tavern in London

No picture of the Beatles there, but here's a description of them being there.

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@Ron Nasty and I ate and drank there too.

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13 places that you have been to that The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport
(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.
(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

3. Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto
(Hockey palace where the Toronto Maple Leafs won the bulk of their championships; and where the boys staged the bulk of their Canadian concert appearances -
ncluding an unscheduled afternoon one, impetuously added by team owner/convicted felon/unfunny comic villain dead-guy Harold Ballard. Brian was furious...brian-epstein)
4. Hollywood Bowl
(Ohhh Boy and I went there for a Barry Gibb concert.)

5. King's Hall, Belfast
(The Beatles played in N. Ireland twice, once in 1963 and then in 1964 at King's Hall in Belfast. My link to this venue is that I saw Chris de Burgh in concert there ... not something I like to admit now lol ... just after 'Lady In Red' was a hit in the mid/late 80s)

6. Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland
(Killing time waiting for a plane to Dublin we drove down to the Aberdeen Esplanade to see the Uni and get some fish and chips. I noticed the Beach Ballroom and recognized it as the location of a Scottish Tour gig in early 1963. Even though it was probably freezing that night, the location looks really cool.)

7. Empire Theatre, Liverpool
(The Beatles played at the Empire Theatre in '63, '64 and during their final UK tour in '65. When I lived in Liverpool during the 1980's I saw several concerts at the Empire Theatre including 10CC, Robert Plant, Chris Rea, Van Morrison and Steve Hackett!

8. Ye Olde Cock Tavern in London

9. The Cavern club (I went there a few years back. It was a pretty junky place, honestly.)

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13 places that you have been to that The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

1. Dublin Airport
(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.
(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

3. Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto
(Hockey palace where the Toronto Maple Leafs won the bulk of their championships; and where the boys staged the bulk of their Canadian concert appearances - including an unscheduled afternoon one, impetuously added by team owner/convicted felon/unfunny comic villain dead-guy Harold Ballard. Brian was furious...brian-epstein)

4. Hollywood Bowl
(Ohhh Boy and I went there for a Barry Gibb concert.)

5. King's Hall, Belfast
(The Beatles played in N. Ireland twice, once in 1963 and then in 1964 at King's Hall in Belfast. My link to this venue is that I saw Chris de Burgh in concert there ... not something I like to admit now lol ... just after 'Lady In Red' was a hit in the mid/late 80s)

6. Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland
(Killing time waiting for a plane to Dublin we drove down to the Aberdeen Esplanade to see the Uni and get some fish and chips. I noticed the Beach Ballroom and recognized it as the location of a Scottish Tour gig in early 1963. Even though it was probably freezing that night, the location looks really cool.)

7. Empire Theatre, Liverpool
(The Beatles played at the Empire Theatre in '63, '64 and during their final UK tour in '65. When I lived in Liverpool during the 1980's I saw several concerts at the Empire Theatre including 10CC, Robert Plant, Chris Rea, Van Morrison and Steve Hackett!)

8. Ye Olde Cock Tavern in London

9. The Cavern club (I went there a few years back. It was a pretty junky place, honestly.)

10. Cabaña Hotel, Palo Alto, CA (When The Beatles returned to San Francisco in 1965 they had trouble booking a hotel because of the issues caused by their previous visit. They ended up booking a suite at the Cabaña Hotel, about 40 miles south of the Cow Palace venue (3000 screaming kids showed up anyway). I moved to Palo Alto in the early 80s and would pass by the Cabaña twice a day, thinking of the Fab Four every time).

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People still pay a premium to this day to stay in Beatle's Suite 810. It's amazing that they shared rooms over all those tours. That is brotherhood for sure! I never stayed in the room, but I did visit the hotel bar a few times. They have a fancy plaque/collage on the wall to commemorate the stay, which weirdly denotes the wrong year. 

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13 places that you have been to that The Beatles visited previously (Extra points for images of The Beatles, you or both in the designated location; use spoiler for pics please).

 

1. Dublin Airport

(There was an airline strike looming and the airport was very busy, so Aer Lingus let us out of the plane on the tarmac).

 

2. Mathew Street, Liverpool.

(I was a student in Liverpool so spent quite a lot of time in Mathew Street, two pubs in particular being 'The Grapes' and 'Flanaghan's Apple')

 

3. Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto

(Hockey palace where the Toronto Maple Leafs won the bulk of their championships; and where the boys staged the bulk of their Canadian concert appearances - including an unscheduled afternoon one, impetuously added by team owner/convicted felon/unfunny comic villain dead-guy Harold Ballard. Brian was furious...brian-epstein)

 

4. Hollywood Bowl

(Ohhh Boy and I went there for a Barry Gibb concert.)

 

5. King's Hall, Belfast

(The Beatles played in N. Ireland twice, once in 1963 and then in 1964 at King's Hall in Belfast. My link to this venue is that I saw Chris de Burgh in concert there ... not something I like to admit now lol ... just after 'Lady In Red' was a hit in the mid/late 80s)

 

6. Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland

(Killing time waiting for a plane to Dublin we drove down to the Aberdeen Esplanade to see the Uni and get some fish and chips. I noticed the Beach Ballroom and recognized it as the location of a Scottish Tour gig in early 1963. Even though it was probably freezing that night, the location looks really cool.)

 

7. Empire Theatre, Liverpool

(The Beatles played at the Empire Theatre in '63, '64 and during their final UK tour in '65. When I lived in Liverpool during the 1980's I saw several concerts at the Empire Theatre including 10CC, Robert Plant, Chris Rea, Van Morrison and Steve Hackett!)

 

8. Ye Olde Cock Tavern in London

 

9. The Cavern club (I went there a few years back. It was a pretty junky place, honestly.)

 

10. Cabaña Hotel, Palo Alto, CA (When The Beatles returned to San Francisco in 1965 they had trouble booking a hotel because of the issues caused by their previous visit. They ended up booking a suite at the Cabaña Hotel, about 40 miles south of the Cow Palace venue (3000 screaming kids showed up anyway). I moved to Palo Alto in the early 80s and would pass by the Cabaña twice a day, thinking of the Fab Four every time).

11. The Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool. I went to a wedding  reception there in 2011. It had seen better days. 

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13 places that you have been to that The Beatles visited previously.

Ha, when I came up with this topic I imagined there would be 13 Abbey Road zebra crossing stories. Instead, so far not a one. I would add mine but my visit to London in 2018 was postponed due to free lodging in the Scottish Highlands (and of course no travel this year). I could add stories of Candlestick Park, Shea Stadium or The Ed Sullivan Theatre (saw a Letterman taping once), but these memories aren't too intimate beyond my imagination. So I'm holding out for something a little more exciting paul-mccartney.

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13 places that you have been to that The Beatles visited previously.

Ha, when I came up with this topic I imagined there would be 13 Abbey Road zebra crossing stories. Instead, so far not a one. I would add mine but my visit to London in 2018 was postponed due to free lodging in the Scottish Highlands (and of course no travel this year). I could add stories of Candlestick Park, Shea Stadium or The Ed Sullivan Theatre (saw a Letterman taping once), but these memories aren't too intimate beyond my imagination. So I'm holding out for something a little more exciting paul-mccartney.

  

Now you mention it! 🙂 I have walked across the zebra crossing, think in 1981 ... but I'll let someone else have a go as I've added a few places already! Great topic though!

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7 Cavendish Avenue, London 

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I did NOT use the call button on the gate Paul had installed. 

Bonus- the zebra crossing the day RN and I were there. So much graffiti on the wall outside Abvey Road Studios.

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ahdn_paul_06 Thanks @Ahhh Girl, I got goosebumps! That must have been so exciting.beatlemaniacs_02_gif

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