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my Beatles in Memphis newspapers collection
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I'm just wondering why he would say those names when asked about British *slang*.

May have been a joke commentating on the politicians running the country at the time and not being popular, at least in John's eyes who ddnt like politicians very much. The quote below is said to be from John but I cant date it.

I get my spasms of being intellectual. I read about politics, but I don't think I'd vote for anyone: no messages from any phony politicians are coming through me."

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Beatles Fracture 'Frisco and Vegas

From press dispatches

San Francisco. -- Inside the Cow Palace, scene of the recent Republican Convention, pandemonium reigned and Britain's Beatles were nominated as the most likely candidates to capture the hearts of every sub-teen-age girl in North America.

For one-half hour, a capacity crowd of more than 17,000 shrieked as the British rock-'n-roll quartet sang 11 songs.

"It was quite an ordeal," said Sheriff Earl Whitmore of San Mateo County, in charge of 130 deputies.

"We've had President Eisenhower, Khrushchev, the Republican Convention twice -- this was the biggest," Whitmore said.

The faithful -- mainly girls 12-15 years old -- sat through a variety of other acts for an hour and one-half before the Beatles ran unannounced onto the five-foot high stage, which was protected in back by a wood and wire fence.

Girls climbed on their chairs and ran down the aisles. The din never diminished throughout the entire act.

About half a dozen young girls were overcome by emotion and required first-aid treatment at the first-aid station. A boy suffered a dislocated shoulder. A girl was bruised.

It was the first performance of a 23-stop North American tour.

Promoter Paul Catalina said the gate was around $90,000.

Later, at Las Vegas, Nev., the Beatles flew in and caused nary a ripple at McCaran Field. They open tonight at the Sahara Hotel. The plane landed in a dark area and only newsmen were on hand.

But, when the Beatles arrive at the hotel, they were greeted by about 2,000 teenagers in the lobby. The youngsters were attired in slacks, suits, cocktail dresses, bermuda shorts, capris and some of the males sported obvious Beatle haircuts.

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Joe's pages that relate to this article
https://www.beatlesbible.com/1.....francisco/ (Joes says The Beatles sang 12 songs at the Cow Palace show, not 11 like the article says. Also, Joe says 19 girls need first-aid, not half a dozen like the article mentions. The article writer doesn't mention the 50 people who were hurt and the two who were arrested. I guess more information came out after this writer put published the story.)
https://www.beatlesbible.com/1.....las-vegas/

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Thanks, AG. Looking forward to more. 

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Two short ones tonight.
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Top one:
Beatles Definitely NOT Coming Here
Rumors that the Beatles are coming to Memphis are utterly false, the Memphis Area Chamber of Commerce firmly insists.

So, teen-agers, please stop ordering tickets for a performance of the Beatles next month at the Auditorium. There won't be one, the Chamber says.

The C of C has received several letters and phone calls from various places in the Mid-South asking about such a performance.

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Here's a story about "The Auditorium" in Memphis. http://historic-memphis.com/me.....ellis.html

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Beatle Sick
Ringo Starr , 23, the Beatles drummer, collapsed while posing for a photograph near London. "We don't know yet what's wrong with him," said a spokesman at the office of the Beatles' manager.

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This story would have been published soon after 3 June 1964.

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I dedicate this article to @HongKongLady.

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Beatles, Beatles Everywhere!

There's no escaping them--or their music. The Beatles have not only taken England, the United States and Australia by storm--they're No. 1 on the hit parade in Hong Kong. Here are a few scenes from this particular conquest.

Beatles George Harrison , Jimmy Nicol (subbing for Ringo Starr ), Paul McCartney and John Lennon charm two beauty contest winners in Hong Kong.

It's a genuine hand-painted kimono, emblazoned with four world-famous heads. In Chinese, "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" simply means "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!"

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It's interesting how faces of The Beatles took on a Chinese flavor on the kimono.

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This article would have been published in June of 1964.

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That kimono is nice, but it pales in comparison to @Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^< 's Jacket. 

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 You think. Since you haven't seen the end result yet a-hard-days-night-paul-11

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Let's call it more than a hunch. a-hard-days-night-george-10

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Beatles Come for Revenge? No! They Come for Money!

by SETH KANTOR, Sripps-Howard Staff Writer

WASHINGTON - Being one of the last people in the English-speaking world who hasn't yet heard the Beatles sing, I met them yesterday and have a healthy respect for them. Not because of the way they look.

The four Beatles look like the Ritz brothers after a hard night.

Not because of the crowds they attract, either.

I got caught yesterday in a mob of pushing, shrieking teenagers at the railroad station here, waiting for the Beatles to arrive. There hasn't been anything just like this since Sinatra and Monroe had it at their peaks.

I asked one young lady on the edge of the throng what there is about the quartet of Beatles from England that is setting the young set on its ear.

She answered in a series of sounds that rushed at you like hiccoughing shrieks. She was describing their musical charm.

Two months ago, the Beatles virtually were unknown in the U.S. When I became fond of them yesterday was at their press conference, in the midst of their week long visit to America.

"Do you come to the U.S. with any sense of revenge?" asked one reporter who obviously was aware of the musical talent we have exported to the British in the past.

One of the Beatles peered from under his hanging garden of brown hair and said: "No, we just come for the money."

"What do you think of reports which say you are no good?" came another question.

"We aren't," answered the one named Ringo Starr , a velvet collar on his coat, and millions of hit record sales behind him.

"Do you have long rehearsals," came another question.

"No," shrugged Beatle Paul McCartney . "Just long press conferences."

Since this was happening in the nation's capital, reporters asked a brace of political questions and then gave up on the subject.

Question - "What do you think of President Johnson?" Answer - "We have never been formally introduced."

Question - "Which of the Republican candidates do you think would make the best President?" Answer - "Which ones are the Republicans?"

The Beatles have been quite large in England for the past 15 months or so. Their impact is just beginning here. A Washington hair stylist, David Ottley, said his place "has been getting dozens of calls from young women asking if we have a Beatle hair-do for them."

The toupee people here report that "Beatles wigs" are doing heavy business.

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The writer doesn't make really clear what his healthy respect for them involves...unless it is that he like irreverent comedy.

The Ritz Brothers were a comedy act in America during the few decades before the British Invasion.

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LOL at this line "One of the Beatles peered from under his hanging garden of brown hair ..."

When I typed this line, I had a major wowzie-zowzie moment: "I asked one young lady on the edge of the throng what there is about the quartet of Beatles ..." I had typed "was" instead of "is" then when I realized I should have typed "is", I paused for a moment thinking about what it was like to be in the midst of Beatlemania in 1964.

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Beatles Pleased With Their Music

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HOLLYWOOD. - Britain's Beatles met Hollywood at a new conference last night prior to their only local appearance, in Hollywood Bowl, and delivered some sly remarks about psychiatric interpretations of their act.

The quartet was asked about statements of a Seattle, Wash., psychiatrist that their music was a menace, touching off destructive impulses in teen-agers, and should be bannned.

"Psychiatrist are menaces, too," said Beatle George Harrison .

They said their American fans' enthusiasm did not disturb them, even if it drowned out their music.

John Lennon added:

"I think it's good. I enjoy it."

Harrison added: "It brings happiness."

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Slight deviation. I came across this article today from the Commercial Appeal.

How much would the Beatles love us now?

The Memphis City Council might decriminalize small amounts of marijuana, and let the Mid-South Coliseum become a Wiseacre brewery.

Imagine what John Lennon , a bit of a wiseacre and a cannabis user, would think of us now.

Lennon was here 50 years ago this month with Paul McCartney , George Harrison and Ringo Starr .

On Aug. 19, 1966, the Beatles played back-to-back concerts at the sparkling 3-year-old Coliseum. Beer was not sold.

A few months earlier, Lennon had said the Beatles were "more popular than Jesus now."

At that point they were, at least among 14-year-old girls.

"My friends and I screamed all the way through," Sheila Jenkins of Tupelo told the Daily Journal last week. She attended both concerts. She was 14.

After the first concert, she wrote, "I screamed to Paul at the top of my lungs and he looked up directly at me and smiled, then waved — AT ME!"

During the third song of the second concert, some idiot fan set off a firecracker. It scared the bejesus out of Lennon and the other lads.

"There had been threats to shoot us, the Klan were burning Beatle records outside," Lennon wrote in 1974. "Somebody let off a firecracker and every one of us — I think it's on film — look at each other, because each thought it was the other that had been shot."

They were startled but they kept singing and playing "If I Needed Someone ." Then they sang "Day Tripper ," a song about recreational drug use and their fifth biggest hit ever.

Which brings us back to the future.

"I think responsible weed smokers smoke their joints at home," said council member Janis Fullilove.

That was her argument against the ordinance to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana possession.

Reminds me of a quote from Spinoza (the Dutch philosopher, not City Council member Philip Spinosa, who voted with a majority for the ordinance).

"Men of leisure are never deficient in the ingenuity needed to enable them to outwit laws framed to regulate things which cannot be entirely forbidden," Spinoza said.

That quote was part of a 1967 ad supporting the legalization of marijuana in Britain. "The law against marijuana is immoral in principle and unworkable in practice," the ad said.

The Beatles were among those who signed the ad.

"I hope the fans will take up meditation instead of drugs," said Ringo, the only Beatle never arrested on suspicion of possession.

The Beatles were paid $50,000 to play two shows at the Coliseum. That's about $186,000 per show in today's dollars.

The Rolling Stones made more than $8 million per concert on their most recent tour. Their tickets were over $300. Beatles tickets were $5.50 in 1966. That's about $40 in today's dollars.

Given the excesses of some of today's music stars, the Beatles, who became more popular than Elvis, were surprisingly low-maintenance.

In their Coliseum contract, they asked for a "seven-passenger Cadillac limousine (air-conditioned if possible) with chauffeurs."

They also asked for a dressing room with "four cots, mirrors, an ice cooler, portable TV set and clean towels and two (2) cases of soft drinks."

The contract had another condition: "Artists will not be required to perform before a segregated audience."

After the Beatles left Memphis, their attorney sent a letter on their behalf to Mayor William Ingram:

"The Beatles have asked me to express to you and the entire City Government ... their great admiration for the Coliseum itself."

Someone should put that on a plaque inside the new brewery.

Contact columnist David Waters at waters@commercialappeal.com.

Another reason for you to come to Memphis, @Zig. http://wiseacrebrew.com/beer/

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Ahhh Girl said 
 
Another reason for you to come to Memphis, @Zig. http://wiseacrebrew.com/beer/  

Indeed, @Ahhh Girl ! I was salivating while reading the description of their IPA called Ananda:

Welcome to Shangri-La. Ananda is the ancient Sankrit word for bliss & this dry hopped, juicy beer is our version of just that! Malted & flaked wheat created a velvety texture just before the citrus hop notes explode into pure nirvana. Meditation of sophistication.

Oh baby, oh baby, oh baby. heart

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 the Beatles, who became more popular than Elvis

Isn't that sacrilege in Memphis?

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Zig said
 the Beatles, who became more popular than Elvis

Isn't that sacrilege in Memphis?

I wonder if the Mayor followed up with a letter to the editor denouncing the journalist who wrote the article.

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"A Hard Day's Night " (NCA), which opened yesterday at eight theaters, is the kind of film which might have been made if the Beatles had decided they didn't have time to make a movie and just let a camera crew follow them around for 36 hours instead.

That the events of a day and a half covered by the 84-minute film are fictional does not diminish its documentary flavor. Even the photography has a shaky, disjointed look, as if it were done with a hand-held camera. But if it was hand-held, it was imaginatively aimed by director Richard Lester, who again and again, like a perceptive newsreel cameraman, picks up the fleeting peripheral action and portraits that make an art of visual reporting.

If the died-in-the-wig Beatle fans ever stopped screaming long enough to concentrate on the picture I think they would be disappointed in it, for, except for huge screen-filling close-ups of their idols' lips, teeth, eyes, noses, and, of course, coiffures, it offers them little they have not already seen on tv.*

Moviegoers who have no interest in the Beatles may, on the other hand, be intrigued by the film's visual style and disarmed by the fact that the boys never take themselves seriously, and neither does the director.

The boys are said to sing six new songs and five past favorites in the film, and I assume they do. Over the shrieks and squeals I frequently detected rhythmical sounds and now and then voices, but never any lyrics.

Theaters at which "A Hard Day's Night " is playing are the Frayser Drive-in, the Lamar, the Lamar Drive-In, Park, Rosemary, Sixty-One Drive-In, Summer Drive-In, and the Avon in West Memphis.

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*Sounds similar to the complaints people have about the new Beatles Eight Days A Week movie.

I found this poster announcing the movie.

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The last movie to play at the Rosemary Theater was A Hard Day's Night . This is a page from the book Memphis Movie Theatres
by Vincent Astor.

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I found someone's recollection of standing in line to get tickets for the show at the Park Theater: Confessions of a Memphis Beatlemaniac

I went to Camp Miramichee that summer. All I could think of was that when we returned home to Memphis, A Hard Day’s Night would be out. It was showing at the Park Theater. I think the first showing was around noon. I convinced my mother to drop my friend Kathy and me off at 7:30 a.m., where we were first in line, but not for long.

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I'm derailing my thread to tell you this story.

We had a guest pianist on campus last night. I drove her to the airport today so she could catch her flight home. Turns out, she is from the Memphis area too! We had fun talking about Memphis. Here's the Beatles-Memphis connection part of the conversation. She was dating a Memphis session musician when Ringo was in Memphis recording an album (the album was never released). She ended up attending a party on a Mississippi river paddle boat and spent the night talking to Ringo and Barbara, even when the group went back to the studio. So very cool.

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BEATLES FOUR, striking a pose like Mt. Rushmore, have reason to be proud: All are slated for membership in England's Order of the British Empire, having been nominated for the honor by Prime Minister Wilson. They will be decorated by Queen Elizabeth with the order's silver badge. Briton's reacted to the news with laughter, astonishment and outright anger. Asked one London paper: "In the name of all that's sane if not ___(sac)red, isn't it just too much?"

Here's @Zig's call on which Beatle goes with which president on Mt. Rushmore: https://www.beatlesbible.com/f.....s/#p141461

Necko has been to Mt. Rushmore: https://www.beatlesbible.com/f.....8/#p232509

@Bongo and @Starr Shine? have ideas about Mt. Rushmore: https://www.beatlesbible.com/f.....7/#p190377

I wonder if @RedLennon ever got the tattoo: https://www.beatlesbible.com/f.....-5/#p24780

@DrBeatle places Lennon and McCartney on the Mt. Rushmore of songwriters https://www.beatlesbible.com/f.....s/#p127312, but @Into the Sky with Diamonds in the following post isn't sure if he can make a Mt. Rushmore of songwriters...there are too many to choose from.

Link to @Joe's page about the press conference about the MBE announcement: https://www.beatlesbible.com/1.....ouncement/ I love this, "Paul McCartney : We thought that MBE stood for Mr Brian Epstein, ..." Check out the story for the context.

On this page about the Beatles collecting their MBEs, Paul is quoted from Anthology as saying "I think she [the Queen] seemed a bit mumsy to us because we were young boys and she was a bit older." Let's see, Paul was 23 years old and Queen Elizabeth II was 39.

A picture of the Queen in 1965.

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Fun thread!!!! Thanks, AG.

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@Ahhh Girl is henceforth known as The Mad @er.

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Memphis Press-Scimitar, Wednesday, October 7, 1964

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah Turns to Oh, Oh, Oh
By GEORGE LAPIDES
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{Picture caption} LINDA GLASER, 11, broke her arm while playing "Beatle," a new game she and several friends devised. But Linda, whose favorite Beatle is Paul, says the fracture would hurt much more if she didn't have Beatle records to listen to.

The name of the game is Beatle. It takes at least five people, a record player and some Beatle records to play it.

Four of the five people pantomime the Beatles and the record blares out the yeah, yeah, yeahs.

The other person takes the part of the audience. But the number in the audience is really unrestricted. Two, three, four or any number can take part.

BEATLE CLUB
Linda Glaser, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Glaser, 656 Eva, and five of her friends--all of whom are members of the neighborhood Beatle Club--decided to play Beatle.

This was not unusual, as the group plays Beatle every day as soon as school is out.

Linda and one of her friends were the audience. The other four--well, you know who they were.

The music started. The "Beatles" began to jump around the yard. So did the audience.

Linda and her friend turned somersaults. They squealed -- the "Beatles" were performing.

HANDSPRING
Then Linda turned a handspring and the game was suddenly over. Linda's right arm gave way and the yeah, yeah yeahs turned to oh! oh! oh! Linda's right arm was broken.

The arm will be in a cast for at least another month. But Linda's spirit is undaunted.

"I'm not about to stop playing Beatle," she squealed. "I'm just not going to be in the audience anymore. I'm Paul."

So everyday after school the Eva Street Beatle Club is Beatling away.

The show must go on.
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Ah, the days of Beatle fandom before the Beatles Bible came along.

I wonder how many Beatles Clubs there were in Memphis at the time. I hope someone who was in one of them stops by the forum one day and sees this post.

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Now we play Beatlefan...

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