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They should have known better: the controversial cover of the Beatles' 1966 album 'Yesterday and Today', released by Capitol in the US

The Beatles' US Albums: How the classics were butchered

As a box-set of The Beatles' US albums is released, Andy Gill laments America's cavalier approach to the Fab Four's classics

Phil Everly dead: World mourns younger of US rock and roll duo The Everly Brothers

Everly died in California following complications from lung disease

Handout photo issued by Omega Auctions of George Harrison (left) and John Lennon during The Beatles iconic Shea Stadium performance in August 1965 in New York

Beatles guitarist George Harrison 'turned down' OBE before his death

According to reports, Cabinet Office papers disclose that Harrison turned down the “insensitive” offer of an OBE

Ringo Starr will voice the character of Fibonacci Sequins in the anniversary Powerpuff Girls episode

Ringo Starr cast in special episode of The Powerpuff Girls

The Beatles drummer will guest star in a 15th anniversary special next month

The conversation: Grammy-award winning singer Angélique Kidjo on African resilience, her own made-up language and dining with Vampire Weekend

"Growing up, if I didn’t understand the language, I’d make my own"

A new Beatles album is being released to defy EU copyright law

Delight for collectors as Beatles release new album to defy EU copyright law

The album features 59 previously unissued recordings including outakes

A senior family lawyer and High Court judge said couples should not have children unless they are in a stable enough relationship to consider marriage

Couples should marry before having children, High Court judge says

Sir Paul Coleridge says children are a responsibility not a right, and should only be had by couples ‘stable enough’ to tie the knot

Ex-director of ENRC claims 'leak' meeting with reporter was a bluff

The City grandee Sir Paul Judge has claimed that he was tricked by a supposed journalist in a sting operation orchestrated by the controversial mining company ENRC, with which he is locked in a bitter battle.

John F Kennedy: Assassinated, 1963

Kennedy’s assassination had such an impact that even those of us who were very young at the time carry the memory with us

What it was like to be six years old on that day in  November 1963

Lady Gaga, Robbie Williams, JLS and Jake Bugg are competing for the 1000th number one UK album this week

Who will clinch the title for the UK's 1000th number one album?

This Sunday's chart-topper will be named the UK's 1000th number one album. Lady Gaga, Robbie Williams, Jake Bugg and JLS are all in the running

Jim Armitage: A safe haven for spooks, and dodgy journalistic dealings

Outlook Few silver linings have emerged from the debacle of FTSE 100 mining giant ENRC's short tenure on the London Stock Exchange but I think I might have found one.

Jack Alexander: Singer and pianist who with his brother Tom formed one of the best-loved Scottish musical acts of the last 50 years

Jack Alexander was the singer and pianist with the Alexander Brothers, the duo he formed with his elder brother Tom. They were two of Scotland’s best-loved entertainers, and during a career lasting five decades they toured the world with their versions of traditional Scottish songs, releasing more than 50 albums.

John Lennon as a schoolboy in 1948

Imagine what a handful John Lennon must have been in the classroom: Beatle's detention records for sale

Lennon's school records are expected to sell for up to £3,000

Sir Paul McCartney has defended modern pop

Sir Paul McCartney claims Miley Cyrus VMA performance was 'only mildly shocking'

The former Beatle says Cyrus did a good job of making herself stand out

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