1988: Issue 77 – 82

1988
Issue 77 – 82

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Beatles Unlimited Magazine #77
Newsdesk

Roy Orbison

Ditz’ column

The New Haven Beatles convention

If the sun don’t shine

Charts for charts’ sake

Book review

Back to their roots (the Beatles’ 1969 cd’s)

Dig it, part 52

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Beatles Unlimited Magazine #78

Newsdesk

Street talk

Charts for charts’ sake

Roger McGuinn reminiscing -the Byrds and the Beatles

Flash Paulie

Album review: All the best

Book review

Bootleg review: Ready steady go

New cd’s, records, tapes

9th. Annual Beatles Convention

Dig it, part 53

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Beatles Unlimited Magazine #79

Newsdesk

Street talk

Charts for charts’ sake

Paul McCartney interview

Ditz’ column

Completing the Fabs

Words are flowing out

Frankie goes to Babylon

The rest of the complete Beatles’ songbook

Dig it, part 54

Book review

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Beatles Unlimited Magazine #80

Newsdesk

Street talk

George Harrison interview

Charts for charts’ sake
Ditz’ column

The spring auctions

The rest of the Beatles’ complete songbook – 2

Book review

Dig it, part 55

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Beatles Unlimited Magazine #81

Newsdesk

Ravi Shankar interview

The last temptation of Lennon

Ditz’ column

Charts for charts’ sake

Mersey Beatle convention

Book review

Words are flowing out -2

Dig it, part 56

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Beatles Unlimited Magazine #82

Newsdesk

Ditz’ column

‘Yesterday’ man – Alistair Taylor interview

Raising the standard (in a wooden box)

Book review

Imagine: John Lennon

The book that will last a lifetime

They’re gonna crucify me (John & Yoko in A’dam)

Charts for charts’ sake

Dig it, part 57

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