Beatlefan #244 concludes Al Sussman’s assessment of Paul McCartney’s solo recordings, and pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of the release of “Let It Be,” with Bruce Spizer tracing the album’s evolution, Ken Orth looking at the creation of the album cover, and Bill King give it a fresh listen. Plus, this issue has John Firehammer’s fun look back at The Beatles’ long-form TV specials, Rip Rense discussing George Harrison’s missing final recordings, and a chat with George’s onetime sister-in-law, Jenny Boyd, of “Jennifer Juniper” and Apple Boutique fame. And, of course, we have the latest news (including word on upcoming releases), tributes to Little Richard and Astrid Kirchherr, as well as reviews of recent Beatles-related books.
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