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April 29 1972 John Lindsay, New York Mayor, asks the federal authorities permission for John and Yoko's permanent residence in the US and the deportation process to be cancelled.

The "Let them stay in the USA" campaign also included thousands of ordinary young people. The 1972 Lennon-Ono album "Sometime in New York City" included a petition for fans to send to the INS, and lots of them did. The campaign didn't change Nixon's mind. The Lennon deportation proceedings continued even after Nixon's reelection in…

35 Years Ago: Ringo Starr Marries Barbara Bach

They met when Ringo Starr was well past the height of fame, and then struggled through years of dependency. But Barbara Bach’s unlikely pairing with the former Beatles star endures to this day, despite their early struggles. Things actually started in a low-key manner. They were married in a civil ceremony, rather than a splashy…

45 Years Ago: The Beatles’ Solo Singles All Hit the Charts

Paul McCartney‘s announcement on April 10, 1970 made it official: the Beatles had broken up. McCartney issued the statement in advance of the release of his solo album, McCartney. The other three ex-Beatles soon followed suit and released their own LPs: Ringo Starr‘s Sentimental Journey, George Harrison‘s All Things Must Pass and John Lennon‘s John…

Doug's Podcast .. Brian McCollum from the Detroit Free Press talks about The Quest to Pick The Top 100 Detroit Songs

The quest for the best Click here to scroll through the ballot of 500 entries and highlight the ones you'd like to vote for, then dole out points among them to submit your picks. Detroit's greatest songs It's easy: Click here to scroll through the ballot of 500 entries and highlight the ones you'd like to…
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Doug's Beatle Blog...Beattles Records Typos

The Beatles- Please Please Me 45 rpm (single) 1964 (vee jay label) This song is by the the british band The Beatles and owned by apple records; words and music by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr     Please Please Me/Ask Me Why was the first official Beatles record in the…

Mysterious Paul McCartney House Remix Revealed

PAUL Mc CARTNEY & WINGS ( Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five - Video ) HD No Description     The origins of a "mysterious" house remix of Paul McCartney's Wings track 'Nineteen Hundred And Eighty-Five' have been revealed. A limited pressing of 300 white labels of the remix was made available on the Phonica Records…