beatles – apple inc.

January 31, 2007

Rumors are floating that Apple may be updating their product line tomorrow.

ThinkSecret believes that display price drops, or perhaps the rumored display update may be the focus of the update, with Clovertown-based (8-core) Mac Pros perhaps in tow.

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Paul McCartney calls & PW Interview

January 31, 2007
Saturday fun day (by Terry Moore)

Am I the only one blown away by David Mack getting a call from Paul McCartney to do art on an album because Paul is a fan of David’s work? (David & Paul) JEEEZ-LOUISE! I’ve read about that twice this week. Paul McCartney?!?!?! Are you kidding me? And I’ve talked to David since that happened and he never mentioned a word about it. Okay, David… that is TOO humble, know what I mean? That is huge amounts of humility and massives amounts of down-to-earthyness that crushes the rest of us beneath it’s humongous zenness. And what’s more— I hate to tell you this buddy— you’re not the first artist Paul called. Oh no. Let’s take the Way-Back machine to five minutes before you got that magic call from the Macca.


“‘allo, Terry? Paul McCartney here.”

“Right. What’s up, Jim (McLauchlin)?”

“No, seriously, *chuckle* it’s me, Paul. Listen, I’m a really big fan of your…”

“Is this Beau Smith? Beau, you sorry son of a…”

“Terry, look, I saw your book… nice pictures by the way… and I was wondering if you might work with me on something for me new album. You know, I paint a bit meself. We could swap… your art for this huge mural I’m working on of me and the lads in our heyday.”

“This is the worst Beatle impression I’ve ever heard.”

“Or if you like, I could write a theme song for your book… help you get a movie deal so people everywhere could hear me new song.”

“If you’re Paul, who was the walrus.”

“I was.”

“Oh, you’re good. You’re very good.”

“Look, Terry, I’m a busy man…”

“What was the 9th track on the second mix-down pass of the drum kit on Rocky Raccoon?”

“I have no idea.”

“Ah HA! Gotcha, fool! Fess up!”


“Hello? Still there?”

“You wouldn’t happen to have David Mack’s number, would ya?”

Sad, but true… like Dan Brown’s book, all true, every word. Truthyness abounds around here. On a less Fab note, I forgot to post this earlier, an interview with Publisher’s Weekly about the end of SiP. Cheers!

the beaTles In Concert

January 31, 2007

vd-registratie Orpheus Apeldoorn, 29 januari 2007
Een uniek project tourt door Nederland van januari t/m begin juni 2007.
Nadat al eerder de muziek van de groep Queen was aangepakt, nu heeft zich De Kapel van de Koninklijke Luchtmacht een deel van het Beatlesrepertoire eigen gemaakt en na een korte promotie-tour met een oude trein van de NS, in december, mag nu de rest van Nederland in de grotere theaters kennismaken met de arrangementen die men losgelaten heeft op voor velen toch ‘klassieke’ muziek, waar men normaliter niet aan mag komen.
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BEATALLICA: Midwest Dates Announced

January 30, 2007

Milwaukee-based BEATALLICA, a satirical mashup act whose hilarious schtick marries the songwriting prowess of the BEATLES to the deep-throated rock growl of METALLICA, has lined up the following dates during February/March:

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Shea suits

January 28, 2007

By John Kelly, The Washington Post

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Celebrity Burns Night

January 28, 2007


Mary McCartney and Paul McCartney arrive for a Burns Night

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Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Beatles tribute coming to T.O.

January 27, 2007

Cruisin Oldies Concerts presents “Ticket To Ride: The Ultimate Tribute To The Beatles” from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sat., Feb. 17 at the Countrywide Performing Arts Center, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd.
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Beatles album-themed messenger bags

January 27, 2007

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Professor takes students on 'Magical Mystery Tour"

January 26, 2007

This is the third installment in a four-part series exploring January interim courses at Converse and Wofford colleges. The four-week term is designed to give students opportunities to pursue nontraditional learning through innovative course design, studying abroad and internships.
Staff Writer
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Latest Wishes – Sir Paul helps grant a wish

January 26, 2007


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