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An album / record cover could have the theme of metamorphosis, showing the bands evolutionary journey in some way - be it from birth or how they've changed during the writing and recording of the album / track.

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from The Independent

Candid photographs of The Beatles go on display in new London

The Beatles, 1966, Chiswick Park. Links to the story of their official photographer, interesting bit of music history. (Pictured above: the coolest bus-stop crowd EVER.)

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"Ye... Ye... Ye... Los Beatles" ("A Hard Day's Night", 1964). Dir. Richard Lester. Stars: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr.

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"I didn't set out to make history; I just wanted a change of direction." Portrait of Sislin Fay Allen, Britain's first black policewoman, London, England, United Kingdom, 1968, photographer unknown.

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from liverpoolecho

Police take stunning aerial photographs of Liverpool

St George's Hall, Liverpool, England, Christmas, Winter snow...Liverpool, the city of my birth and a place I will always be proud of and will always return to for visits.

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Beatles Birthdays. They changed the world forever. Yes they did, thank goodness, cause I couldn`t imagine a world without all the genres of music. Feeds my mind, body and soul. 8.8. 2015, www.nco.is NCO eCommerce, www.netkaup.is

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Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare. Burned down a few years ago. They have replaced it, but I haven't seen it yet.

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Liverpool Empire Theatre is arguably the most iconic theatres, which is located on the corner of Lime Street and London Road. Opened in 1925, the Liverpool Empire has the largest two-tier auditorium in Britain and can seat 2,348 people. During its time it has hosted many types of entertainment, including variety shows, musicals, operas, pop concerts, and plays. Even The Beatles appeared in the theatre in their early days! So, if it's a rainy day, be sure to brighten up your mood at the…

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