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My my...how time flies...New York Post - It was 50 years ago this week. On Feb. 9, 1964, four mop-topped British
working-class lads in matching mod suits and speaking in exotic
Liverpudlian accents took a TV studio stage in New York City to the
deafening shrieks of teenage girls. And the world changed. READ MORE HERE http://nypost.com/2014/02/03/50-years-after-the-beatles-historic-ed-sullivan-debut/
And to commemorate this historic event :) - some Beatles memorabilia that will be featured in the UPCOMING 2014 Serioustoyz Auction---more details soon--click on the photos above and below. Also included is a 1964 Beatles Flip Your Wig Milton Bradley game that sold in the 2013 auction.
Want to know more about Croton's own SeriousToyz? Visit their website: www.serioustoyz.com--and check out more from their upcoming 2014 auction here http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2014/01/a-really-special-thing-coming-to-2014.html
You may also have an interest in
--THE 1960'S FLICKR SET http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-1960s-updated.html
--THE ED SULLIVAN VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwkve8s1dNI
Feeling older than dirt, lol!ReplyDelete
It's hard to believe all that time has passed but it has. Such is life.ReplyDelete
Great content and photos. We weren't allowed to listen to the Beatles in our house so we would sneak in the 45's and play them only when our parents weren't home. We'd hide the records in books on the shelf.ReplyDelete
We weren't allowed Rolling stones records in the house anything Motown.Delete
I remember it all...saw them at Shea stadium - along with a million other screaming girls.ReplyDelete