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Reading & District Model Aircraft Clubs Indoor Flying event 10th Jan 09. Indoor flying at the Madejski Dome Reading.
Sulwade Barage (Tal. Shindkheda Dist. Dhule) सुलवाडे बॅरेज (जि. धुळे) येथे तापीनदीवर बांधलेला बंधारा अनेक गोष्टींसाठी वैशिष्ट्यपूर्ण ठरला आहे. हा प्रकल्प अनेक बाबतीत वैशिष्ट्यपूर्ण ठरला आहे. त्यात बॅरेजचे लोखंडी सरळ गेट हे भारतात एकमेवाद्वितीय ठरण्याची शक्यता आहे. मोठ्या बॅरेजचे गेट आणि त्याच्या फळ्या वक्राकार असतात. मात्र, सुलवाडे बॅरेजचे 27 गेट सरळ असून त्यासाठी किमान 8,800 मेट्रीक टन लोखंड वापले गेले आहे. हे लोखंड स्टिल ऑथारेटी ऑफ इंडियाकडून खरेदी केले असून किमान त्यावर 80 कोटी रुपये खर्च झाला आहे. या लोखंडाची गुणवत्ता "अल्ट्रासोनिक' पद्धतीने तपासली जाते. लोखंडातून किरणे जाताना त्याच्या गेजविषयी नोंदी करतात. या बॅरेजच्या कामावर एकुण 170 कोटी रुपये खर्च झाला असून बांधकामावर 90 कोटी रुपये खर्च झालेला आहे. (For more detail contact- Dilip Tiwari 9881099189 OR mail email@example.com)
Praja Rajyam's leader: CHIRANJEEVI at his Praja Ankitha Yatra in Nalgonda District
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If this review dont convince you, i dont know what will. definately worth the money to buy it with some of my favorite album art ever. "Ive seen a whole bunch of gigs over the last couple of years, but no matter how many gigs Ive seen, the best one is still Half Man (at the DIST festival). No other band can combine blues, psychedelic and early 70s s t y l e hard rock to that perfection (both live and on records)... theres a few that comes close, but Half Man still takes the cake. I have had a an early version of this album on CD-R for little over a year now, so I knew that the Red Herring album would be a good one, but since then theres been quite a few small but very effective changes and additions on the album. So when I got the finished product in my hand it almost felt like another album. The production, by Mattias Nilsson and the Half Man guys, are top-notch and the songs shows that they both know how to write great original songs and how to do covers... fact is that the word cover doesnt really fit when Half Man gets their claws in some tune, theyll rip it to shreds and put the pieces back together in some new and extremely creative way... and the end result will sound like a new song. Those of you who didnt like Half Mans first album The Complete Field Guide For Cynics because you thought it was all blues (I have heard a few complaints about this when Half Man have been discussed by the stoner kiddies... not that I understand what theyre complaining about), you should give the Red Herring album at least a chance. Shure the blues element is still there, but this album is so much heavier... Id go as far as to say that this is the perfect marriage between blues, psychedelia and 70s hard rock, if you wanna give their music a more up-to-date name you might call it stonerblues, but whatever you call it, it has a groove thatll pull you in like a tractorbeam and it simply wont let go... I wont spoil the record for you by describing each and every song, fact is that it isnt that easy trying to describe Half Mans sound in written words... buy the album and find out for yourself, its the kinda album where youll notice new stuff each and every time you listen to it... and yes, theres even a few cowbell moments ;) When playing this album youll find everything from Half Mans patented spaced out instrumentals like the opening track Repulsion, and amazing covers like Sugar Mama (in a stunningly tripped out 10 minute version) and loads of great Half Man originals ranging from heavy blues to heavy rock all served up with a big portion of psychedelia... it cant get much better than this!... oh, maybe it can, but not until I get my hands on the vinyl version of this album (double LP, gatefold cover with different cover art, and one bonus track)." (stonerrock.com)
Watch it more at http://www.watch-movies-online-hollywoodkiller.com/movielist0.The.Dark.Knight.html Batman and James Gordon join forces with Gothams new District Attorney, Harvey Dent, to take on a psychotic bank robber known as The Joker, whilst other forces plot against them, and Jokers crimes grow more and more deadly.
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The second battle against Dist in St. Binah
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Riding the small elevator at the 1220 Stellar Drive Building in New Market Ontario. I was here to go bowling at Stellar Lanes. I've never seen an indicator over the hall station before! That's a first! Tech. Specs: General: OTIS/Holeless Hydraulic Capacity: 12 people/907kg/2000lbs Speed & Dist: 2 floors/25ft/125FPM Power: 20HP Door Safety: Full Sensor Year Installed: Mid 1980s
This week marked the first official week of retirement for Patricia Walrath, who served as state representative of the 3rd Middlesex District for 24 years. We sat down with Walrath to discuss how legislation changed over that period, how she feels about her career and what she plans to do in her retirement.
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Attractive, updated brick ranch on 298' lot overlking Hinsdale golf club. 3rd BR now a Fam Rm. open to the kitchen & living room. Gleaming hardwood. Finished lower level w built in cabs, tile floors w inlaid, office, updated bath. Newer windows. Kitchen cabs with granite-look-alike corian. Covered rear porch overlooks patio, rose garden. 2 1/2 car garage+xtra parking.Top schools~Dist #181~Hinsdale Central. EZ living
Senator Kwame Raoul (D-Chicago, 13th Dist.), debates and discusses the issues with show host and executive legal recruiter Jeff Berkowitz. Senator Raoul was appointed in late 2004 to the State Senate seat previously held for eight years by now President-Elect Barack Obama. Senator Raoul, whose parents were Haitian-born immigrants, attended the University of Chicago Lab School, DePaul University for his undergraduate degree and received his law degree from Chicago-Kent in 1993. He has been an Assistant State's Attorney (Cook County), practiced law in the private sector and was the chief internal negotiator for the City Colleges of New York. Senator Raoul was appointed to do consulting work for the City Colleges of Chicago in 2007 on workforce development and making Chicago a corporate destination. You can read more about Senator Raoul at www.KwameRaoul.com Topics discussed on the show include whether certain communications between Team Blagojevich and team Obama about the U. S. Senate Appointment would rise to the level of a criminal offense; did the arrest of Gov. Blagojevich ignite the impeachment proceedings and why; is the relationship between Speaker Mike Madigan and Governor Blagojevich a hateful one and has that been the case for the last six years; why did Speaker Mike and Mayor Daley co-chair Blagojevich's re-election campaign in 2006; why did the Democrats not support the un-Blago, i.e., Edwin Eisendrath in the 2006 Dem primary for Governor; is impeachment a good alternative to "recall;" Additional topics discussed include the counts of the articles of impeachment issued against Gov. Blagojevich: plotting to obtain something of value for the U. S. Senate Appointment, plotting to condition the IFA assistance to the Tribune on the Tribune's firing editorial board members who were critical of Gov. Blagojevich, plotting to trade official gubernatorial acts for campaign contributions, violating the constitutional separation of powers, disregarding state and federal laws, and using the gubernatorial patronage office to pressure state agencies to make political hires and fires. Are some of the impeachment counts penny ante? Was it appropriate to have Majority Leader in the House, Barbara Flynn Currie, a non-lawyer, chair the House Select Committee on impeachment? Will Gov. Blagojevich be impeached? Should Senator Raoul not read the articles of impeachment until they are officially presented to the House? ************************************************************** 29:05 This Program was taped on January 11, 2009. Public Affairs w/Jeff Berkowitz, Copyright 2009
Down To Earth at the first SoCal District Holiday Youth Convention.
T-30 Telemundo talk to Oklahoma Senator Randy Brogdon (Dist. 34 R, Owasso) about his Fingerprint Bill. Oklahoma State Senator Randy Brogdon is sponsoring a bill to prohibit the state Department of Public Safety from requiring driver's license applicants to give their fingerprints. The bill would prevent the state from collecting or keeping "any biometric data in connection with motor vehicle registration or operation or in connection with driver licensing." Biometric data would include fingerprints, palm prints, voice data, iris recognition data, retinal scans and DNA. It would also apply to Social Security numbers.
Lake Sands District Banquet presentation 2009
Neno District in southern Malawi is strongly affected by malaria. The beneficiaries were children under 5 and pregnant women, those most vulnerable to malaria.
On the way to a Blue dist demo we find the worse whether we can need. Rain like an alluvium. Check it out!
A 'bayan';'takreer' given by my Peer-o-murshid-the Muffaikir-e-Islam; Peer Syed Mohyuddin Mahboob.He is the Sajjada Nasheen of Khanka Mahboobabad Havelian Shareef,Dist.Abbotabad-Pakistan.He is a saint & an Awliya ALLAH in its truest form.He has dedicated his life in the way of ALLAH(SWT) & HIS beloved Rasool(PBUH).He is the head of the Qadiriya Silsila in Pakistan & he also has the khilafat for the Chishtiya Silsila.Please visit my website that I have dedicated to my peer-mehmoodi.org May ALLAH(SWT) grant him success in his mission for Islam.Ameen
Dolamite Ft Serani - Disease Heart Download This Video Here http://files.filefront.com/Dolamite+Ft+Serani+Dist
http://www.tourfactory.com/s467377/r_www.youtube.com Eagle Ridge 4 Bedroom 3 Bath with bonus rec room. Master suite has private double sink bathroom and walk in closet. Formal living room plus largefamilyroom. This wonderful home features vinyl siding vinyl windows and custom blinds, central A/C, Gas ht and fireplace. Home is 100 yds from private parkandmiles of paved walking trails. 2 car garage, sprinkler system, expanded private back deck, light bright and open floor plan. VERY LITTLETHROUGHTRAFFIC. Great home and private neighborhood. Dist.81 School
Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners Public Comment
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עזה, על עבירה של 2009, הציונים תינוקות הירי לעבר מרחק the zionist soldiers shot young children and babies with rifles at zero distance... here and AGAIN we watch the democracy of the Zionist occupational Israel. while the other (democratic) countries like USA is still supporting Israel and not allowing to stop killing in GAZA, till the democratic Israel slaughters every single human in Gaza... DAMN these countries and this democracy... the translation: the man is the father of these babies.. he is saying: ""what did my kids do to Israel? to shoot them directly with rifles?? would you accept that to happen to your children? what would you do if these are your own kids? I tell you what you do, YOU WILL BURN EVERYONE WAS BEHIND THAT..""
I have A Big Issue WiTH pOLIce Brutality!! Oscar Grant III, fatally shot by an unidentified BART(Oakland,CA) officer early New Year's Day. Oscar Grant was unarmed, laying face down and shot in the back. REPORT: OAKLAND, Calif. - Law enforcement officials urged patience while they investigated details surrounding the fatal New Year's Day shooting of a 22-year-old man by a transit agency police officer. Bay Area Rapid Transit Police Chief Gary Gee said on Sunday that the agency is "committed to completing an unbiased, thorough and detailed investigation" of the shooting death of Oscar Grant. "This case is not even four days cold. We're in the early stages of the investigation and we will do a very thorough job," he said. Several unanswered questions remained after BART officers went to Oakland's Fruitvale station to investigate reports of a supposed brawl on a train on which Grant was riding around 2 a.m. Thursday. A friend of Grant's who was with him on the crowded Oakland train station platform at the time of the shooting said Grant pleaded with officers not to harm him. "Oscar yelled, 'You shot me! I got a four-year-old daughter,'" said Fernando Anicete. "Oscar was telling us to calm down and we did. We weren't looking for any trouble." Anicete was among more than 50 people attending a tearful news conference in Oakland on Sunday where Grant's family announced they planned to file a $25 million claim against the Bay Area Rapid Transit agency this week. A claim is the first step in the process of suing the agency. The family's attorney John Burris said the shooting was intentional, and that he planned to ask Alameda County prosecutors to seek criminal charges against the officer. Burris said Grant, of Hayward, Calif., posed no threat to officers when a bullet entered his back and ricocheted to his lung area, killing him almost instantly. "The officer leaned (in), was straddling over him and pointed his gun directly into the backside and shot (Grant)," said Burris, adding that Grant was handcuffed - after he was shot. "This was not a deadly force situation." Gee said BART police are fully cooperating with the district attorney's investigation. Grant's mother, Wanda Johnson, and Sophina Mesa, his daughter's mother, wept uncontrollably as Burris spoke about Grant. They did not speak, but several said Grant, a butcher at a supermarket near the train station where he was killed, was a loving father showing signs of maturation. Cephus "Bobby" Johnson, Grant's uncle, said he text messaged his nephew just after midnight Thursday saying, "Happy New Year ... I love you." Johnson never got a reply. "I wondered why he didn't text me back," a teary-eyed Johnson said. "And then I found out why." BART spokesman Jim Allison has said the officer's gun went off while police were trying to restrain Grant and that Grant was not cuffed. The unidentified officer is on paid leave as BART investigates the shooting. Mario Pangelina, Mesa's brother who was riding on the same train, two cars behind Grant on Thursday morning, said Sunday he saw Grant beg police not to Taser him because of his child. "He kept saying, 'Please, please don't Tase me,'" Pangelina said. "He was not acting hostile." Other witnesses said Grant was lying on his stomach on the station's platform when he was shot. Recordings of the shooting by witnesses have surfaced and Burris said BART had confiscated numerous cell phone images from others he believes contain additional footage. Services for Grant will be held Wednesday.
...their first terms as election commissioners, replacing Ann Watts, Ed Walker, and Ann Hall. Wallace Heggie (Dist. 1), Rod Amos (Dist. 2), Awana Daniels Simmons (Dist. 3), Reuben R. Little (Dist. 4) and Jeff Tate (Dist. 5) were sworn in by Circuit...
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Bailey the Champ up outta that almighty Fillmoe district bringing that heat off his 2008 album, "Just Listen." Fillmoe's finest, Bay Area stand up!!
Recently elected State Rep. Mark Walker (D-66th Dist., Arlington Heights) debates and discusses the issues with show host and executive legal recruiter Jeff Berkowitz. Topics discussed on the show include whether or not Walker favors impeachment and/or resignation of Illinois' Gov. Rod Blagojevich, thinks there should be a special election to replace President-Elect Obama in the U. S. Senate, thinks the Illinois Democratic Party is an aristocracy, favors removal of the "Death tax," favors school vouchers-school choice, would increase or decrease the state income tax, how Walker would deal with the State budget deficit, whether he supported Cook County Board President Todd Stroger in the Primary and/or general election in 2006, what he and his constituents thinks of him now and much, much more. RT/ 29:02 This Program was taped on December 28, 2008
NBC Nightly News report on the value of libraries in tough economic times.
+++ English +++ Against the current tide of nocturnal clandestine buildering movies, this film shows the relaxed everyday life in the buildering capital Münster - a completely usual madness. Apart from the audiovisual proof for the spreading of bouldering in Münster, a highlight is cast on the background and goals of the sport. A scientist uncovers the first results of his lifelong research on bouldering, while an ambitious boulderer gives his personal insights. Numerous first ascents of buildings and art objects show how the relationship between local population and boulderers works from day to day. As a documentary this film is clearly positioned between legendary "Sportspiegel" productions of the early 80's and current bouldering movies. It is also our open, relaxed, and completely serious answer to "Dist-urban behaviour" (EOFT Tour 07/08). Awards & Screening: - 1. prize at the "Klettern" (Europe's second biggest climbing magazine) film festival 2008 in the main category "climb - hot rocks, big walls, cold ice". - Exclusive supporting movie of the EOFT Tour 08/09 in Münster. +++ Deutsch +++ Ganz anders als die steigende Zahl nächtlich-klandestiner Gebäude-Boulderfilme, zeigt dieser Film den entspannten Alltag in der Boulderhauptstadt Münster - einen völlig normalen Wahnsinn. Neben der audiovisuellen Beweisführung für die Verbreitung des Bouldersports im westfälischen Münster, wird ein Schlaglicht auf die Hintergründe und Ziele des Boulderns geworfen. Ein Wissenschaftler deckt die ersten Ergebnisse jahrelanger Boulderforschung auf während ein ambitionierter Boulderer seine persönlichen Erkenntnisse aus der Sicht eines Insiders darstellt. Zahlreiche Erstbegehungen von Gebäuden und Kunstobjekten ermöglichen den Einblick in den alltäglichen Umgang der lokalen Bevölkerung mit dem Bouldersport. Dokumentarisch ist dieser Film eindeutig zwischen den legendären Produktionen des Sportspiegels der frühen 80er und aktuellen Boulderproduktionen einzuordnen. Diese Dokumentation ist auch unsere offene, entspannte und völlig ernstgemeinte Antwort auf Dist-urban behaviour (EOFT Tour 07/08). Preise & Aufführungen: - 1. Preis beim Klettern-Filmfestival in der Hauptkategorie "klettern - hot rocks, big walls, cold ice". - Exklusiver Vorfilm bei der EOFT 08/09 in Münster.
High Quality: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7jhYgt11qQ&fmt=18 Hubble Hubble Space Telescope Discovers Ring Of Dark Matter (Hubblecast 05 in HD Quality) An international team of astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has discovered a ghostly ring of dark matter formed long ago during a colossal collision between two galaxy clusters. This is the first time that dark matter has been found with a distribution that differs substantially from the distribution of ordinary matter. Credit: • ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser & L. L. Christensen) • Narration: Dr. Robert Fosbury • Design: Martin Kornmesser • Web Technical Support: Lars Holm Nielsen, Raquel Yumi Shida • Cinematographer: Peter Rixner (www.perix.de) • Script: Lars Lindberg Christensen, Ana Lopes • Director: Lars Lindberg Christensen Dr. J is a German astronomer at the ESO. His scientific interests are in cosmology, particularly on galaxy evolution and quasars. Dr. J's real name is Joe Liske and he has a PhD in astronomy. Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre c/o Space Telescope-European Coordinating Facility (ST-ECF) Att. Lars Lindberg Christensen, ESO office 011 Karl-Schwarzschild-Str. 2 DE-85748 Garching bei München Germany http://www.spacetelescope.org/ .
Dennis Kucinich - Victory Night 2008 Election night, November 4th, 2008: a convincing victory, a message of thanks, and an exciting new opportunity to address the needs of Americans. Video by Chad Ely
Clarissa Anderson Post-doctoral Researcher Ocean Sciences Department University of California, Santa Cruz PhD Title: Environmental Controls of Phytoplankton Community Structure in the Santa Barbara Channel, CA: Application to the Dynamics and Detection of Harmful Diatom Blooms PhD Institution: University of California, Santa Barbara Date: June 2007 Many biological oceanographers struggle to understand why, when, and how toxic algae will bloom in the ocean. My dissertation catalogues the bio-physical coupling associated with these blooms in the Santa Barbara Channel whereby I linked the distribution of toxic phytoplankton with local eddy circulation. I also developed methods for combining satellite and shipbased observations for real-time assessment of the likelihood of bloom formation. Gusty winds and freshwater run-off are a hallmark of spring in coastal California, and with them come an abundance of nutrients brought to the waters surface where they spawn huge phytoplankton blooms and in turn nourish the fish, sea lions, birds, whales On the one hand, we welcome these productive events that make our coasts so vibrant. On the other hand, they can sometimes turn deadly when certain phytoplankton species take over, producing compounds that for the algae themselves may encourage more growth, but for marine life and even humans, are potent neurotoxins that can lead to massive seizures and fatal illness. Here I attempt to capture that duality -- the life-affirming and sometimes threatening force of the ocean -- as well as celebrate all those persevering scientists who each day go out to sea, strap a Glock to their thigh, and forge ahead into the unknown. And dont forget the Brazilian soundtrack. THIS DANCE IS FOR YOU! Music: Waters of March (Tom Jobim) renditions performed by Cris Delanno and Ledisi with Sergio Mendes Mixed by Randy Tico Director of Photography: Rolf Kestermann Very special thanks to Vanessa Isaac of HipBrazil, Paula Walker of Strato Films, and Yoga Soup for use of their studio space.
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Interview with Naomi Wolf author of "Give Me Liberty: A Handbook for American Revolutionaries" given October 4, 2008 on Mind Over Matters, KEXP 90.3 FM Seattle. Watch the talk by Naomi Wolf on "The End of America" at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjALf12PAWc
This educational video showcases the many contributions America's Beer Distributors make to the three-tier system and their local communities every day.
Google Apps customers, 2nd Wind Exercise Equipment and District of Columbia Government, discuss how they use Google Video for business inside their organizations.
You are watching most popular Avatar parody/spoof/joke/sketch show - "Avatar Deleted Scenes". Enjoy guys =) Avatar: The Last Airbender is owned by Nickelodeon and created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. This is a video of parodies/spoofs/jokes made by me and is in no way affiliated with anyone involved in the creation/distribution of Avatar: The Last Airbender. I don't own any clips or audio in this video, but I own my dub =) Avatar the Last Airbender © Nickelodeon/Viacom Avatar Deleted Scenes © TorNis
...and Mediapolis Dist. 7 – To be determined Dist. 8 – Carroll Kuemper and JSPC (Jefferson) CLASS 1-A (9) Dist. 1 – West Lyon Dist. 2 – To be determined Dist. 3 – Mason City Newman Dist. 4 – Aplington-Parkersburg and Starmont (Arlington) Dist. 5 – Northeast...
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When MGM got the home video distribution rights back from Warner they remastered and released all the Moore Bond's. They also produced this cool trailer to take us through the Moore era which preceded each film.
The Beatles Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, George Harrison, and John Lennon Beatles Soundtrack (partials) 0:00 - 0:13 Twist & Shout 0:14 - 0:29 I Feel Fine 0:29 - 0:41 We Can Work It Out 0:41 - 0:54 I Wanna Hold Your Hand 0:54 - 1:10 Love Me Do 1:10 - 1:21 She Loves You 1:21 - 1:39 Yes It Is 1:40 - 1:55 I Will 1:56 - 2:20 All My Loving 2:20 - 2:44 Birthday 2:45 - 3:10 Lucy in the Sky 3:10 - 3:26 Sgt. Pepper 3:26 - 3:42 I Am the Walrus 3:42 - 3:57 Magical Mystery Tour 3:57 - 4:13 Yes it Is (again) 4:13 - 4:24 She Loves You (again) 4:24 - 4:44 Ticket to Ride 4:44 - 5:05 Paperback Writer 5:05 - 5:30 Hey Jude 5:30 - 5:52 Get Back 5:53 - 6:02 I need help here, no what this one is 6:02 - 6:29 Ob La Di Ob La Da [ above is courtesy of HappyDaze01. Thx HaDz01"!] Origin Liverpool, England Rock/Pop - Years active 1960--1970 Parlophone, Capitol, Apple, Vee-Jay, Polydor, Swan, Tollie Related to Tony Sheridan, The Quarrymen, The Plastic Ono Band, The Dirty Mac, Wings, Traveling Wilburys, Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, Ringo Starr All-Starr Band, Billy Preston Members - Ever to Date John Lennon Paul McCartney George Harrison Ringo Starr Former members Stuart Sutcliffe Pete Best The Beatles were an English rock band from Liverpool whose members were John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. They are the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed band in the history of popular music. The Beatles are the best-selling musical act of all time in the United States of America, according to the Recording Industry Association of America, which certified them as the highest selling band of all time based on American sales of singles and albums. In the United Kingdom, The Beatles released more than 40 different singles, albums, and EPs that reached number one. This commercial success was repeated in many other countries: their record company, EMI, estimated that by 1985 they had sold over one billion discs and tapes worldwide. In 2004, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked The Beatles #1 on their list of 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. According to that same magazine, their innovative music and cultural impact helped define the 1960s, and their influence on pop culture can still be felt today. The Beatles led the mid-1960s musical "British Invasion" into the United States. Although their initial musical was rooted in 1950s rock and roll and homegrown skiffle, the group explored genres ranging from Tin Pan Alley to psychedelic rock. Their clothes, and statements made them trend-setters, while their growing social awareness saw their influence extend into the social and cultural revolutions of the 1960s. 1957--1960: Formation The Quarrymen In March 1957, John Lennon formed a skiffle group called The Quarrymen whilst attending Quarry Bank Grammar School in Liverpool. Lennon and the Quarrymen met guitarist Paul McCartney at the Woolton Garden Fête held at St. Peter's Church on 6 July 1957. On 6 February 1958, the young guitarist George Harrison was invited to watch the group (who played under a variety of names) at Wilson Hall, Garston, Liverpool. McCartney had become acquainted with Harrison on the morning school bus ride to the Liverpool Institute, as they both lived in Speke. At McCartney's insistence, Harrison joined the Quarrymen as lead guitarist after a rehearsal in March 1958, overcoming Lennon's initial reluctance because of Harrison's young age. Members continually joined and left the lineup during that period, and in January 1960 Lennon's art school friend Stuart Sutcliffe joined on bass. Lennon and McCartney both played rhythm guitar and the group had a high turnover of drummers. The Quarrymen went through a progression of names — "Johnny and the Moondogs", "Long John and the Beatles", "the Silver Beetles" (derived from Larry Parnes' suggestion of "Long John and the Silver Beetles") — before settling on "The Beatles". There are many theories as to the origin of the name and its unusual spelling. It is usually credited to Lennon, who said that the name was a combination word-play on the insects "beetles" (as a reference to Buddy Holly's band, the Crickets) and the word "beat". Cynthia Lennon suggests that Lennon came up with the name Beatles at a "brainstorming session over a beer-soaked table in the Renshaw Hall bar." Lennon, who was well known for giving multiple versions of the same story joked in a 1961 Mersey Beat magazine article that "It came in a vision — a man appeared on a flaming pie and said unto them, 'From this day on you are Beatles with an A'". During an interview in 2001, Paul McCartney took credit for the peculiar spelling of the name, saying that "John had the of calling us the Beetles, I said, 'how about the Beatles; you know, like the beat of the drum?' At the time, everyone was stoned enough to find it hilarious. It's funny how history is made."  In May 1960 The Beatles toured northeast Scotland as a back-up band with singer Johnny Gentle. They met Gentle an hour before their first gig, and McCartney referred to the tour as a great experience for the band. For the tour the often drummerless group secured the services of Tommy Moore, who was considerably older than the others. Soon after the tour, however, feeling the age gap was too great Moore left the band and went back to work in a bottling factory as a fork-lift truck driver. Norman Chapman was the band's next drummer, but was called up for National Service in a few weeks. His departure posed a significant problem as the group's unofficial manager, Allan Williams, had arranged for them to perform in clubs on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg, Germany. 1960--1970: The Beatles Hamburg On 15 August 1960, McCartney invited Pete Best to become the group's permanent drummer. He had watched Best play with the Blackjacks in the Casbah Club, owned by Pete's mother, Mona Best. This was a cellar club in West Derby, Liverpool, where The Beatles had played and often visited. In the documentary The Compleat Beatles, Williams said that Best "played not too cleverly, but passable." The Beatles started playing in Hamburg at the Indra and Kaiserkeller bars. They were required to play six or seven hours a night, seven nights a week. Shortly after they began performing at a new venue, the "Top Ten Club", Harrison was deported for having lied to the German authorities about his age. A week later, having started a small fire at their living quarters while vacating it for more luxurious rooms, McCartney and Best were arrested, charged with arson, and deported. Lennon followed the others to Liverpool in mid-December. The reunited Beatles played their first engagement on 17 December 1960 at the Casbah Club and returned to Hamburg in April 1961. Whilst playing at the Top Ten Club they were recruited by singer Tony Sheridan to act as his backing band on a series of recordings for the German Polydor Records label, produced by famed bandleader Bert Kaempfert. Kaempfert signed the group to its own Polydor contract at the first session on 22 June 1961. On 31 October Polydor released the recording "My Bonnie (Mein Herz ist bei dir nur)", which appeared on the German charts under the name "Tony Sheridan and the Beat Brothers", a generic name used for whoever happened to be in Sheridan's backup band. In addition to the legend that this record led to the group's eventual meeting with Brian Epstein, it also resulted in their first mention in the American press. Around the beginning of 1962, Cashbox mentioned "My Bonnie" as the debut of a "new rock and roll team, Tony Sheridan and the Beat Brothers". A few copies were also pressed under the Decca label for U.S. disc jockeys, as American Decca had a distribution deal with Polydor parent Deutsche Grammophon. (This was ironic, considering that by this time the then-unaffiliated British Decca had turned down the group's attempt to gain a recording contract.) When the group returned to Liverpool, Sutcliffe stayed on in Hamburg with his new German fiancee Astrid Kirchherr,  and McCartney took over bass duties. Their third stay in Hamburg was from 13 April to 31 May 1962, when they opened The Star Club. Upon their arrival they were informed of Sutcliffe's death from a brain haemorrhage. Epstein took over as the group's manager in January 1962 and led The Beatles' quest for a British recording contract. Epstein had been manager of the record department at North End Music Store (NEMS), an offshoot of his family's furniture store. He played on the status of NEMS as a major record dealer to gain access to producers and recording company executives. In a now-famous exchange, Decca Records A&R executive Dick Rowe turned Epstein down flat, informing him that "Guitar groups are on the way out, Mr. Epstein." While Epstein was negotiating with Decca, he also approached EMI marketing executive Ron White. White (who was not himself a record producer) in turn contacted EMI producers Norrie Paramor, Walter Ridley, and Norman Newell, all of whom declined to record The Beatles. White did not approach EMI's fourth staff producer — George Martin — who was on holiday at the time. Record contract After failing to impress Decca Records, Epstein went to the HMV store on Oxford Street in London to transfer the Decca tapes to discs. There, recording engineer Jim Foy referred him to Sid Coleman, who ran EMI's publishing arm. When Coleman heard the demo tapes he suggested taking the tapes to George Martin, who, Coleman explained, "does comedy records" and headed the Parlophone label at EMI. Epstein eventually met with Martin, who signed the group to EMI on a one-year renewable contract and scheduled their first recording session on 6 June at EMI's Abbey Road studios in north London. Martin had not been particularly impressed by the band's demo recordings, but he instantly liked them as people when he met them. He concluded that they had raw musical talent, but said (in later interviews) that what made the difference for him was their wit and humour. Martin did have a problem with Pete Best,  whom he criticised for not being able to keep time. He privately suggested to Epstein that the band use another drummer in the studio. Best was good-looking and popular with the group's fans, but the three founding members had become increasingly unhappy with his drumming and his personality. There was speculation by some that Best's popularity with fans was another source of friction. In addition, Epstein had become exasperated with his refusal to adopt the distinctive hairstyle as part of their unified look. Best also had missed a number of engagements because of illness. The three founding members enlisted Epstein to dismiss Best - which he did on 16 August 1962. They asked Ringo Starr (born Richard Starkey), the drummer for one of the top Merseybeat groups, Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, to join the band, as Starr had performed occasionally with The Beatles in Hamburg. The first recordings of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Starr together were made as early as 15 October 1960, in a series of demonstration records privately recorded in Hamburg while acting as the backing group for singer Lu Walters. Starr played on The Beatles' second EMI recording session on 4 September 1962, but Martin hired session drummer Andy White for their next session on 11 September. Their recording contract paid them one penny for each single sold, which was split amongst the four Beatles — one farthing per group member. This royalty rate was further reduced for singles sold outside the UK, on which they received half of one penny (again split between the whole band) per single. Martin said later that it was a "pretty awful" contract. Their publishing contract with Dick James Music (DJM) was also standard for the time: songwriters received the statutory minimum of 50% of the gross monies received, with the publisher retaining the other 50%. The Beatles' first EMI session on 6 June did not yield any releasable recordings but the September sessions produced a minor UK hit, "Love Me Do", which peaked on the charts at number 17. ("Love Me Do" reached the top of the U.S. singles chart over 18 months later in May 1964.) On 26 November they recorded their second single "Please Please Me", which reached no. 2 in the official UK charts and no. 1 in the NME chart. Three months later they recorded their first album (also titled Please Please Me). The band's first televised performance was on the People and Places programme transmitted live from Manchester by Granada Television on 17 October 1962. As The Beatles' fame spread, the frenzied adulation of the group, predominantly from teenage female fans, was dubbed 'Beatlemania'. In November 1963 The Beatles appeared on the Royal Variety Performance and were photographed with Marlene Dietrich, who also appeared on the show. America Although the band experienced huge popularity in the UK record charts from early 1963, EMI's American operation, Capitol Records, declined to issue the singles "Please Please Me" and "From Me to You (their first official no. 1 hit in the UK)". Vee-Jay Records, a small Chicago label, issued the singles as part of a deal for the rights to another performer's masters. Art Roberts, music director of Chicago powerhouse radio station WLS, placed "Please Please Me" into radio rotation in late February 1963 making it the first time a Beatles record was heard on American radio. Vee-Jay's rights to The Beatles were later cancelled for non-payment of royalties. In August 1963, Philadelphia-based Swan Records released "She Loves You", which also failed to receive airplay. A testing of the song on Dick Clark's TV show American Bandstand produced laughter from American teenagers when they saw the group's distinctive hairstyles. New York disc jockey Murray the K featured "She Loves You" on his '1010 WINS record revue' show in January. In early November 1963, Brian Epstein persuaded Ed Sullivan to present The Beatles on three editions of his show in February, and parlayed this guaranteed exposure into a record deal with Capitol Records. Capitol committed to a mid-January release for "I Want to Hold Your Hand", On 7 December 1963 a clip of The Beatles was shown on the CBS Evening News (the story originally had been scheduled to air on 22 November and was aired on the CBS Morning News but was pre-empted by the assassination of John F. Kennedy). The clip inspired a teenage girl in Washington, D.C. to request a Beatles song on a local radio station. The station secured an imported copy of "I Want to Hold Your Hand" — forcing Capitol Records to release the song ahead of schedule on 26 December. Several New York radio stations — first WMCA, then WINS (AM) and WABC — began playing "I Want to Hold Your Hand" on its release day. The Beatlemania that had started in Washington was duplicated in New York and quickly spread to other markets. The record sold one million copies in just ten days, and by 16 January, Cashbox magazine had certified the record number one (in the edition marked 23 January). On 3 January 1964 a film of The Beatles performing "She Loves You" was aired on the late-night Jack Paar Show. Beatlemania crosses the Atlantic On 7 February 1964, a crowd of four thousand fans at Heathrow Airport waved to The Beatles as they took off for their first trip to America as a group. They were accompanied by photographers, journalists (including Maureen Cleave) and Phil Spector, who had booked himself on the same flight. The pilot had radioed ahead, and as they prepared to land said, "Tell the boys there's a big crowd waiting for them." Kennedy International Airport had never experienced such a crowd, estimated at about 3,000 screaming fans. After a press conference (where they first met Murray the K) they were put into limousines and driven to New York. On the way McCartney turned on a radio and listened to a running commentary: "They [The Beatles] have just left the airport and are coming to New York City..." After reaching the Plaza Hotel, they were besieged by fans and reporters. Harrison had a temperature of 102 the next day and was ordered to stay in bed, so Neil Aspinall replaced him for the first television rehearsal. Their first live American television appearance was on the The Ed Sullivan Show on 9 February 1964. The next morning practically every newspaper wrote that The Beatles were nothing more than a "fad", and "could not carry a tune across the Atlantic". Their first American concert appearance was at Washington Coliseum in Washington, D.C. on 11 February. After The Beatles' huge success in 1964, Vee-Jay Records and Swan Records took advantage of their previously secured rights to The Beatles' early recordings and reissued the songs, all of which reached the top ten the second time around. (MGM and Atco also secured rights to The Beatles' early Tony Sheridan-era recordings and had minor hits with "My Bonnie" and "Ain't She Sweet", the latter featuring John Lennon on lead vocal.) In addition to Introducing... The Beatles, which was essentially The Beatles' debut British album with some minor alterations, Vee-Jay also issued an unusual LP called The Beatles Vs The Four Seasons. This 2-LP set paired Introducing... The Beatles and The Golden Hits Of The Four Seasons, another successful act that Vee-Jay had under contract, in a 'contest' (the back cover featured a 'score card'). Another unusual release was the Hear The Beatles Tell All album, which consisted of two lengthy interviews with Los Angeles radio disc jockeys (side one was titled "Dave Hull interviews John Lennon," while side two was titled "Jim Steck interviews John, Paul, George, Ringo"). No Beatles music was included on this interview album, which turned out to be the only Vee Jay Beatles album Capitol Records could not reclaim. The Vee-Jay/Swan-issued recordings eventually ended up with Capitol, who issued most of the Vee-Jay material on the American-only Capitol release The Early Beatles, with three songs left off this final US version of the album. ("I Saw Her Standing There" was issued as the American B-side of "I Want to Hold Your Hand," and also appeared on the Capitol Records album Meet The Beatles. "Misery" and "There's a Place" were issued as a Capitol "Starline" reissue single in 1964, and reappeared on the 1980 Rarities compilation album.) The early Vee-Jay and Swan Beatles records command a high price on the record collectors' market, and all have been copiously bootlegged. The Swan tracks ("She Loves You" and "I'll Get You") were issued on the Capitol LP The Beatles' Second Album. (Swan also issued the German-language version of "She Loves You," called "Sie Liebt Dich." This song later appeared (in stereo) on Capitol's US version of the Rarities compilation album.) In mid-1964 the band undertook their first appearances outside of Europe and North America. They toured Australia and New Zealand without Ringo Starr, who was ill and temporarily replaced by session drummer Jimmy Nicol. In Adelaide they were greeted by over 300,000 people who turned out at Adelaide Town Hall. In June 1965, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II appointed the four Beatles Members of the Order of the British Empire, MBE. The band members were nominated by Prime Minister Harold Wilson (who also was the M.P. for Huyton, Liverpool). The appointment — at that time primarily bestowed upon military veterans and civic leaders — sparked some conservative MBE recipients to return their insignia in protest. The first two were returned on 14 June, before The Beatles received theirs on 26 October 1965. On 15 August that year, The Beatles performed the first stadium concert in the history of rock, playing at Shea Stadium in New York to a crowd of 55,600. Their sixth album, Rubber Soul, was released in early December 1965. It was hailed as a major leap forward in the maturity and complexity of the band's music. Backlash and controversy In July 1966, when The Beatles toured the Philippines, they unintentionally snubbed the nation's first lady, Imelda Marcos, who had expected the group to attend a breakfast reception at the Presidential Palace. When presented with the invitation, Brian Epstein politely declined on behalf of the group, as it had never been the group's policy to accept such "official" invitations. The group soon found that the Marcos regime was unaccustomed to accepting "no" for an answer. After the 'snub' was broadcast on Philippine television and radio, all of The Beatles' police protection disappeared. The group and their entourage had to make their way to Manila airport on their own. At the airport, roadie Mal Evans was beaten and kicked, and the band members were pushed and jostled about by a hostile crowd. Once the group boarded the plane, Epstein and Evans were ordered off, and Evans said, "Tell my wife that I love her." Epstein was forced to give back all the money that the band had earned while they were there before being allowed back on the plane. Almost as soon as they returned from the Philippines, an earlier comment by Lennon made in March that year launched a backlash against The Beatles from religious and social conservatives in the United States. In an interview with British reporter Maureen Cleave, Lennon had offered his opinion that Christianity was dying and that The Beatles were "more popular than Jesus now." Afterwards, a radio station in Birmingham, Alabama, ran a story on burning Beatles records, in what was considered to be a joke. However, many people affiliated with rural churches in the American South started taking the suggestion seriously. Towns across the United States and South Africa started to burn Beatles records in protest. Attempting to make light of the incident, McCartney said, "They've got to buy them before they can burn them." Under tremendous pressure from the American media, Lennon apologised for his remarks at a press conference in Chicago on August 11, the eve of the first performance of what turned out to be their final tour. The group's two-year series of Capitol compilations also took a strange twist in the United States when one of their publicity shots, used for a Yesterday and Today album and a poster promoting the UK release of "Paperback Writer", created an uproar, as it featured the band draped in meat and plastic dolls. Thousands of these copies had to be withdrawn. Years later, the cover shot was linked with the group's interest in German expressionism. Elvis Presley disapproved of The Beatles's anti-war activism and open use of drugs, later asking President Nixon to ban all four members of the group from entering the United States. Peter Guralnick writes, "The Beatles, Elvis said, [...] had been a focal point for anti-Americanism. They had come to this country, made their money, then gone back to England where they fomented anti-American feeling." Guralnick adds, "Presley indicated that he is of the opinion that The Beatles laid the groundwork for many of the problems we are having with young people by their filthy unkempt appearances and suggestive music while entertaining in this country during the early and middle 1960s." Despite Elvis' remarks, Lennon still had some positive feeling towards him: "Before Elvis, there was nothing." The studio years The Beatles at their last concert, Candlestick Park.In April 1966, the group began recording what would be their most ambitious album to date, Revolver. During the recording sessions for the album, tape looping and early sampling were introduced in a complex mix of ballad, R&B, soul and world music. The Beatles performed their last concert before paying fans at Candlestick Park in San Francisco on 29 August 1966. McCartney asked Tony Barrow to tape the event, but the 30-minute tape he used ran out halfway through the last song. The concert lasted a little under 35 minutes. From then on, The Beatles concentrated on recording. Less than seven months after recording Revolver, The Beatles returned to Abbey Road Studios on 24 November 1966 to begin the 129-day recording sessions for their eighth album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, released on 1 June 1967. On 25 June 1967, The Beatles became the first band globally transmitted on television—before an estimated 400 million people worldwide. The band appeared in a segment within the first-ever worldwide TV satellite hook-up, a show titled Our World. The Beatles were transmitted live from Abbey Road Studios, and their new song "All You Need Is Love" was recorded live during the show. The band's business affairs began to unravel after manager Brian Epstein died of an accidental prescription drug overdose on 27 August 1967 at the age of 32. At the end of 1967, they received their first major negative press in the UK with disparaging reviews of their surrealistic TV film Magical Mystery Tour. Part of the criticism arose because colour was an integral part of the film, but in 1967 few viewers in the UK had colour televisions. The film's soundtrack, which features one of The Beatles' few instrumental tracks ("Flying"), was released in the United Kingdom as a double EP, and in the United States as a full LP (the LP is now the official version). The group spent the early part of 1968 in Rishikesh, Uttar Pradesh, India, studying transcendental meditation with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Upon their return, Lennon and McCartney went to New York to announce the formation of Apple Corps. The middle of 1968 saw the band busy recording the double album The Beatles, popularly known as The White Album because of its plain white cover. These sessions saw deep divisions opening within the band, with Starr temporarily walking out. The band carried on, with McCartney recording the drums on the songs "Martha My Dear", "Wild Honey Pie", "Dear Prudence" and "Back in the USSR". Among the other causes of dissension were that Lennon's new girlfriend, Yoko Ono, was at his side through almost all of the sessions, and that the others felt that McCartney was becoming too dominating. Internal divisions within the band had been a small but growing problem during their early years; most notably, this was reflected in the difficulty that George Harrison experienced in getting his own songs onto Beatles albums. On the business side, McCartney wanted Lee Eastman, the father of his then-girlfriend Linda Eastman, to manage The Beatles, but the other members wanted New York manager Allen Klein. All past Beatles' decisions had been unanimous, but this time the four could not agree. Lennon, Harrison and Starr felt the Eastmans would put McCartney's interests before those of the group. In 1971 it was discovered that Klein, who had been appointed manager, had stolen £5 million from The Beatles' holdings. Years later, during the Anthology interviews, McCartney said of this time, "Looking back, I can understand why they would feel that he [Lee Eastman] was biased against them." Their final live performance was on the rooftop of the Apple building in Savile Row, London, on 30 January 1969, the next-to-last day of the difficult Get Back sessions. Most of the performance was filmed and later included in the film Let It Be. While the band was playing, the local police were called because of complaints about the noise. Although the group was simply asked to end their performance, the band members later remarked in the Anthology video that they were disappointed they were not arrested — pointing out that the police hauling the band members off in handcuffs would have been "an appropriate ending" for the film. The Beatles recorded their final album, Abbey Road, in the summer of 1969. The completion of the song "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" for the album on 20 August was the last time all four Beatles were together in the same studio. Their final new song was Harrison's "I Me Mine", recorded 3 January 1970 and released on the Let It Be album. It was recorded without Lennon, who was in Denmark when the song was recorded. Breakup John Lennon announced his departure to the rest of the group on 20 September 1969 but agreed that no announcement was to be publicly made until a number of legal matters were resolved. In March 1970 the Get Back session tapes were given to American producer Phil Spector, who had produced Lennon's solo single "Instant Karma!". Spector's "Wall of Sound" production values went against the original intent of the record, which had been to record a stripped-down live performance. McCartney was deeply dissatisfied with Spector's treatment of "The Long and Winding Road", and unsuccessfully attempted to halt release of Spector's version of the song. McCartney publicly announced the break-up on 10 April 1970, a week before releasing his first solo album, McCartney. Pre-release copies included a press release with a self-written interview explaining the end of The Beatles and his hopes for the future. On 8 May 1970, the Spector-produced version of Get Back was released as Let It Be, followed by the documentary film of the same name. The Beatles' partnership was finally dissolved in 1975. 1970--present: After The Beatles Ringo Starr, 1968 Shortly before and after the official dissolution of the group, all four Beatles released solo albums, including Lennon's John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, McCartney's McCartney, Starr's Sentimental Journey, and Harrison's All Things Must Pass. Some of their albums featured contributions by other former Beatles; Starr's Ringo (1973) was the only one to include compositions and performances by all four, albeit on separate songs. Other than an unreleased jam session in 1974 (later bootlegged as A Toot and a Snore in '74), Lennon and McCartney never recorded together again. In the wake of the expiration in 1975 of The Beatles' contract with EMI-Capitol, the American Capitol label, rushing to cash in on its vast Beatles holdings and freed from the group's creative control, released five LPs: Rock 'n' Roll Music (a compilation of their more uptempo numbers), The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl (containing portions of two unreleased shows at the Hollywood Bowl), Love Songs (a compilation of their slower numbers), Rarities (a compilation of tracks that either had never been released in the U.S. or had gone out of print), and Reel Music (a compilation of songs from their films). There was also a non-Capitol-EMI release of a show from the group's early days at the Star Club in Hamburg captured on a poor-quality tape. Of all these post-breakup LPs, only the Hollywood Bowl LP had the approval of the group members. Upon the American release of the original British CDs in 1986, these post-breakup Capitol American compilation LPs were deleted from the Capitol catalogue. John Lennon was shot and killed by Mark David Chapman on 8 December 1980 in New York City. Shortly afterward, in 1981, the three surviving Beatles reunited to record "All Those Years Ago", released as a George Harrison solo single. Its original lyrics had been rewritten as a tribute to Lennon. The BBC has a large collection of Beatles recordings, mostly comprising original studio sessions from 1963 to 1968. Much of this material formed the basis for a 1988 radio documentary series The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes. In 1989, many outtakes from The Beatles sessions appeared on the radio series The Lost Lennon Tapes. Later, in 1994, the best of the BBC sessions were given an official EMI release on Live at the BBC. In 1988 The Beatles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a group (not as individual performers) during their first year of eligibility. On the night of their induction, Harrison and Starr appeared to accept their award along with Lennon's widow Yoko Ono and his two sons. McCartney stayed away, issuing a press release citing "unresolved difficulties" with Harrison, Starr, and Lennon's estate. Solo Beatles later inducted were Lennon in 1994, McCartney in 1999 and Harrison in 2004. Collage of the various covers of the Anthology seriesIn February 1994, the three surviving Beatles reunited to produce and record additional music for a few of Lennon's home recordings. "Free as a Bird" premiered as part of The Beatles Anthology series of television documentaries and was released as a single in December 1995, with "Real Lo
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