Strange Beatles single has unthinkable mistake on cover

Strange Beatles single has unthinkable mistake on cover
Strange Beatles single has unthinkable mistake on cover

The Beatles are in the news again. A curiosity for fans and collectors of the legendary Liverpool band. A not very well-known version of ““Love Me Do”published in 1962 that includes “PS I Love You”, and which has a special detail, will be at auction.

It is one of the 250 copies it has Paul McCartney’s last name written as “McArtney”. According to him he published NMEthis material was part of a select number of singles that were printed and distributed to radio and television stations before the single’s release on October 5, 1962.

Image of the cover of the single with Paul’s surname misspelled (Photo: Stacey’s Auctioneers/BBC).

“This is rare Beatles material from the early days of the band’s career,” vinyl specialist Rob Smee told the BBC. “As one of only 250, it is of particular interest to Beatles collectors and the misspelling of Paul McCartney’s name It is authentic and interesting in itself.” The seven-inch vinyl will go under the hammer at Stacey’s Auctioneers sale in Chelmsford, Essex, in the coming hours and is expected to sell for £9,000 ($11,400).

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The most dreamed comeback! Paul McCartney returns to Argentina after 5 years

Days ago, news that was long awaited by his Argentine fans was known. Paul announced his return to Argentina with his “Got Back Tour”. The dates will bel October 5 and 6 in River and on the 23rd of the same month in Kempes Stadium From Cordoba.

Paul McCartney returns to the country and sent a message to his Argentine fans. (Photo: DF Entertainment)

His last show in the country was on March 23, 2019 at the Campo Argentino de Polo. Previously, he had performed in 1993 and 2011 in River, and in 2016 at the Estadio Único de La Plata. Last year, the former member of the Beatles performed in Brazil, where he filled Argentine fans with excitement, but unfortunately he did not announce a date.

Controversies and curiosities that surrounded their presentations in Argentina

Each of Paul McCartney’s four visits to Argentina was surrounded by curious facts and some controversies: from false news about staying far from Buenos Aires and vegetarian campaigns in favor of Greenpeace, to charging very expensive tickets to access sound tests. .

The first time that Paul McCartney touched Argentine soil It was in 1993, to give three shows at the Monumental stadium, lon December 10, 11 and 12. The tour was called The New World Tour.

The former Beatle arrived in Buenos Aires on December 9, aboard a private jet from San Pablo. He was accompanied by his wife Linda and his three children: Stella, Mary and James. The youngest of them tried to be a soloist and even gave a show in the Argentine capital. Heather, Linda’s eldest daughter from her first marriage, did not travel.

False news indicated that from the airport they were going to travel by helicopter to the Álzaga Unzué Mansion, where journalists and fans had been stationed. However, Paul drove a Citroën – guided by another car and protected by two vans – through the Beltway and the Western Access, where he became stuck.

Much later, almost at nightthe family arrived at the Los Milagros ranch, where she settled, surrounded by horses and cows. Linda was a vegetarian and loved animals, campaigning against their death for human food. Even during the shows in Buenos Aires they showed videos with cruel scenes towards animals to encourage the public towards vegetarianism.

The last one was as part of the Freshen Up tour and to promote their album Egypt Station. came again to Buenos Aires on March 21, 2019 and stayed at the Four Seasons, where at the last minute they got the acoustic piano that was supposed to be in their suite by contract. The next day she went cycling through the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve.

The concert was on March 23 at the Palermo Polo Field, so it was possible to spy and listen to the sound rehearsals. Paul McCartney’s greeting was also in Spanish: “Hello Argentina, how cool! Buenos Aires, I am happy to return.”

 
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