Since everyone loves a good list — and since they’re also excellent for provoking thoughtful discussions (and causing arguments) among music aficionados — here are 10 cool songs The Beatles made their own, as well as 10 artists who covered Beatles tunes to great effect.
When it comes to Market Watch, The Beatles tend to pop up more often than Beethoven. Yet, in this countdown, classical recordings nab four of the Top 10 spots.
The Beatles may not have earned a spot on to Thomas Dolby’s list of 10 Albums that changed his life, but the Fab Four certainly left their mark on Market Watch.
We don’t have a museum or awards ceremony, but Goldmine does have a desire to honor deserving musicians and an alternative to the Rock Hall.
As a card-carrying music geek, John Borack is well aware of the importance of lists — and folks love to read, debate, dissect and often ridicule these sorts of lists. So get ready to read, debate, dissect and ridicule another one as he proudly presents his personal list of the top 10 songs by the Beatles.
A trio of jazz records on Blue Note accounted for nearly 40 percent of the total dollars spent in this edition’s countdown. Is it time to start collecting jazz?
A Jim Morrison-signed “Morrison Hotel” album and promotional cover slick for “A Hard Day’s Night” signed by all four Beatles are among the highlights of RR Auction’s Marvels of Modern Music Auction.
If your New Year’s resolution was to branch into collecting picture sleeves, one of these lots offered a great way to get started without blowing your budget.
After getting his first record in 1964 — The Beatles, natch — Gene Aguilera was hooked on music. So how and what does he collect? And what’s on his want list?
Memories of his mom singing the 1932 hit “Please” inspired John Lennon to write “Please Please Me.” Trace the song’s journey up the charts in this book excerpt.