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Choose from 37 pictures in our The Beatles collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Unable to get their weekend meat rations owing to the transport strike Londoners Featured The Beatles Print

Unable to get their weekend meat rations owing to the transport strike Londoners

Unable to get their weekend meat rations owing to the transport strike Londoners queue for horse flesh outside a shop in Brixton
11th January 1947

© John Topham / TopFoto.co.uk

Bomb To The Beatles, Butcher, Food Rations, Food Shortage, Horse, Horse Flesh For Human Consumption, Horsemeat, Queues

British Pop Music - The 1960's - The Chants - London - 1968 Featured The Beatles Print

British Pop Music - The 1960's - The Chants - London - 1968

Bessie Braddock, the Labour M.P. for Liverpool Exchange, found herself amongst the Liverpool-born group 'The Chants' at the press reception at Hatchetts, Piccadilly, London.'The Chants', bearded Eddie Ankrah; his brother Joe Ankrah (dark glasses); Alan Harding (moustache); Edward Amoo (caftan) and Nat Smeda (behind Amoo), made their debut at the famous Cavern Club, Liverpool, when they were backed instrumentally by 'The Beatles

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Music - Lord Willis listens to the Yardbirds in his back garden - 1964 Featured The Beatles Print

Music - Lord Willis listens to the Yardbirds in his back garden - 1964

Lord Willis, who recently attacked ‘The Beatle Cult’ in a House of Lords speech is pictured with his daughter Sally, as they listen to the Yardbirds in the back garden of his home in Shepherd’s Green, Chislehurst, Kent. The Yardbirds, a pop-group of five ex-public school boys from the Richmond area of Surrey, had unexpectedly visited Lord Willis to explain ‘what pop music is all about’. Lord Willis, the scriptwriter who created television’s ‘Dixon of Dock Green’ invited them into the garden where he was sunning himself. After a discussion, he then asked them to play.The group, who favour hairstyles short and long, are left to right: Eric Clapton, 19, Paul Samwell Smith, 21, Keith Relf, 21, Jim McCarty, 20 and Christopher Dreja, 18

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