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  1. Nov 16,  · Social media friends questioned my sanity recently when I announced I’d spent $ (plus tax and shipping) pre-ordering Bob Dylan’s ultra-deluxe new box set 'The Cutting Edge
  2. "Too Much Monkey Business" is a song written and performed by rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry. It was released as Chuck's fifth single in September for Chess Records, and appeared as the third track on Chuck's first solo LP, After School Session in May , as well as the EP of the same name. The song reached #4 on Billboard magazine's R&B Singles chart in B-side: "Brown Eyed Handsome Man".
  3. May 01,  · This playlist was previously titled Unremoved Beatles Songs (–17) and The Best Beatles Playlist (–18). It was created in October to catalog the few videos of full-length, original studio recordings of Beatles songs that remained after UMG_MK removed almost all videos on YouTube containing the band's music.
  4. 73 million: The number of viewers who tuned into watch The Beatles’ live U.S. debut on The Ed Sullivan Show on Feb. 9, Of the 20 songs The Beatles played during these performances, seven of.
  5. Too much monkey business Too much monkey business for me to invite them again Mediocre money Being fighting in the hall Army bunk, army go Army chow, army cook Ow! Too much monkey business Too much monkey business Too much monkey business for me to invite them again Same thing every day Getting up, going to school No need to make complaining My.
  6. Oct 29,  · The Monkees were a synthetic “rock group” formed by four young men (two actors and two actual musicians) in to create a television show about four young carefree musicians, in direct homage to the Beatles’ first film “A Hard Day’s Night.”.
  7. In , The Beatles' Live at the BBC was released to worldwide acclaim - hitting number one in the U.K. and number three in the U.S. and selling more than five million copies within six weeks. In the studios of the British Broadcasting Corporation, The Beatles performed music for a variety of radio shows.
  8. The Beatles’ BBC radio recordings Between 7 March and 20 May , The Beatles as a group gave 52 known musical performances on a variety of BBC radio shows, in addition to many more interviews and unscheduled news appearances, together or individually.

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