Beatlefan #248 goes over to the flip side, sharing some fans’ favorite solo Beatle B-sides, including some classics from Paul McCartney and Wings (“Daytime Nighttime Suffering,” anyone?). Also in the new issue, Al Sussman looks back 25 years at the release of “The Beatles Anthology,” Bruce Spizer recounts the making of the “John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band” album, and Kathy Urbanic examines The Beatles’ enduring appeal. And, Rip Rense makes the case for giving Lennon’s “Grow Old With Me” a proper production, David Persails recounts the legend of the Fabs and Jelly Babies, and John Firehammer looks back on the Beatle year that was 2020. Plus, of course, we have the latest news (including an exclusive preview of Ringo’s upcoming “Zoom In” EP), and reviews of new recordings, books and U.K. media offerings.
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