A copy of the Beatles' 1963 album Please Please Me, signed by all four Moptops sold for $36,655 on eBay.
When it comes to memorabilia, you can't do much better than early Beatles items. They're an iconic group with millions of loyal fans worldwide. Even fifty-years-later their music continues to have a demand. When you consider their huge fan base and small amount of early memorabilia available. Finding a fully-signed record in mint condition (fifty-years later) is exceptionally rare.
This actually seems like a bargain. I'll bet this album will sell for 10 times as much in a decade.
Bonus fact: The album's title song, "Please Please Me," is probably the most famous song about a blowjob ever recorded.
On November 14, 1980, John Lennon recorded three rough songs at the apartment he shared with Yoko Ono in New York City’s The Dakota apartments. “You Saved My Soul (With Your True Love)” was the last demo he recorded before he was murdered on December 8, 1980 outside his home. Listen above.
The fun is contagious. “I’ll try to remember, John, and if I don’t it’s just too bad INNIT!?”
From “The Beatles (White Album) Super Deluxe Edition” coming next month, this gorgeous early acoustic version of George Harrison’s “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”
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