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Deconstructing the Beatles: Required Viewing for any Fan of The Fab Four

Perhaps there are bigger fans of The Beatles than me. But I guarantee there exists no bigger devotee than grand master “Beatleologist” Scott Freiman. The bespectacled and multi-talented musician, producer and composer serves as our erudite guide for the four-disc set deconstructing the beatles, taking us along on a “Magical... [Read More] The post Deconstructing the Beatles: Required Viewing for any Fan of The Fab Four appeared first on The Movie Blog.
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