I loved this post on the immortal jukebox – imagine George Harrison travelling around, unrecognised, in America shortly before The Beatles first tour there! And the story of the man behind Got My Mind Set on You. Fabulous stuff.
‘It’s gonna take time, a whole lot of precious time ….’ (Rudy Clark/James Ray)
‘A true message always gets through – sometimes it just takes a while’ (Immortal Jukebox)
On 7 February 1964 Pan Am Flight 101 took off from London’s Heathrow Airport bound for New York City.
Thousands of young women, barely controlled by massed ranks of British Bobbies in blue, screamed and sobbed as the plane took off.
For this was no ordinary flight.
No, for Pan Am 101 was carrying a very special group of passengers whose arrival in America that day would change the course of History.
Those passengers were John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr – The Beatles!
When they touched down at JFK they were greeted by scenes of pandemonium as fans and the media pushed and shoved to get their first glimpse of the Fab Four.
The ‘British Invasion’ had…
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So glad you shared this post, Mary. It’s fascinating! I love anything “George” and Beatles anyway, but this post gave some fascinating music history.
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Thanks, Pam. The Immortal Jukebox is a brilliant blog – always something really interesting.