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AUGUST 2020 PUBLISHED BY REHYPHEN

Cover image source from Eight Days a Week movie poster


Beatlemania /biːt(ə)lˈmeɪnɪə/

Extreme enthusiasm for the Beatles pop group, as manifested in the frenzied behaviour of their fans in the 1960s.


Illustration froms Yellow Submarine album cover

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he Beatles was sweeping the world in the 60s especially influenced the youth culture. The Daily Mirror press first used “Beatlemania” to dignosed this phenomenon unlike anything the world has ever seen before. Listen back to The Beatles music especially during this post- COVID19 period where the future is unprecedented, we are very much alike living in the post world war II. The Beatles joyous and optimstic music seems to suit this moment perfectly and make the whole world lit up with hope. We started by introducing the new color “Quarantine Blue” to express the state of everyone’s mind. We throwed back The Beatles’s style throughout their great ten years in music industry and shared you an interesting infographic of The Beatles which nicely done by Dueling Data. We also bring you back to the birthplace of The Beatles - Liverpool to have a sense of their rooted place. Although the world is falling apart, the future is unknown, we hope everyone could ‘take a sad song and make it better’, just like what John and Paul wrote in the lyric for ‘Hey Jude’. It will be better, better, better, better! Na,na,na,na-na-na na!


Image source: The beatles movie “HELP!”.

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As we live a life of ease, everyone of us has all we need, sky of blue, and sea of green in our yellow submarine. - The Beatles

Image source Eight days a Week album cover

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1963 1965 Image source BBC TV central press images Archives


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‘Hey Jude, don't make it bad Take a sad song and make it better Remember to let her into your heart Then you can start to make it better...’ - The Beatles ‘Hey Jude’

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Image source The Beatles images Archives

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Douglas Millings The grey collarless and lapelless with pearl buttons, a rounded neck and slim fit flat front trousers is the most iconic outfit of The Beatles which created by Pierre Cardin and Douglas Millings in 1960s.

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Image source from I am not there movie


The Beatles Style Chelsea boot was made popular in the 1960s by The Beatles. The boots are tight-fitting, cuban heeled, ankle-high, black colour with a sharp pointed toe. It can be either elastic or zipped sides detail in a minimal style.

Image source from The Beatles archive

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Image source The Beatles images Archives

When I find myself in times of trouble Mother Mary comes to me Speaking words of wisdom Let it be And in my hour of darkness She is standing right in front of me Speaking words of wisdom Let it be Let it be, let it be, let it be, let it be Whisper words of wisdom Let it be - The Beatles ‘Let it be’ 18


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Infographic source: Dueling Data

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Photography by Charles Tasnadi

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HELP IF YOU CAN, I’M FEELING DOWN. AND I DO APPRECIATE YOU BEING ROUND. HELP ME GET MY FEET BACK ON THE GROUND. WON’T YOU PLEASE, PLEASE HELP ME. - The Beatles * Available in rehyphen’s tweet tape collection

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Image source from I am not there movie


Image source: The beatles “HELP!”cover album.

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Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far away. Now it looks as though they’re here to stay. Oh, I believe in yesterday. - The Beatles * Available in rehyphen’s tweet tape collection

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Liverpool:

The Birthplace of The Beatles 28

Image source from Liverpool City Group website


Image source from The Beatles story Museum

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Spoonbridge & Cherry is the most recognizable icon in Minnepolis which was erected in 1985 by artist Claes Oldenburg and his wife Coosje van Bruggen. This oversize sculpture is located at the world renowned modern art museum - The Walker Art Center. The spoon was Oldenburg’s idea, who had a habit of doodling spoons ever since 1962 when he was inspired by a spoon resting on a piece of fake chocolate. The cherry in the piece was van Bruggen’s idea, which stem also acts as a fountain that sprays into the bowl of the spoon and off into the pond beneath. The spoon itself weighs 5,800 pounds and the cherry another 1,200 pounds. The experience of visiting this museum will redefine the way you look at art and the world. The Walker Art Center

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The Beatles Story Britannia Vaults Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD, United Kingdom

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Image & information source: The Walker Art Center


The Beatles story is Located in Liverpool, known as the birthplace of The Beatles’s , a stunning UNESCO World heritage site at the Royal Albert Dock, The Beatles Story takes visitors on an immersive journey through the lives, times, culture and music of The Beatles. You could walk through the moments from the band’s career including The Cashbah Club, Hamburg, The Cavern club, Abbey Road studios, America and many more. A series of programme and exhibition that allow you to discover new thing everytime you visit. The Beatles story features on impressive collection including original instruments, clothing, John Lennon’s spectacles, Ringo Starr’s drum kit, rare album sleeves, never seen before photography and original handwritten lyrics... 31 Image source from The Cavern Club


Image source from The Cavern Club

The Cavern club is located in Mathew Street and is open every night with a range of live music. It is the birthplace of The Beatles and become the most famous live music venue in the world. The Beatles first played in Carvern Club on 9th February 1961, since then they played in the club for mostly 300 times. The front stage in Cavern club is the main area with the iconic arches and stage. Follow the signs towards to Cavern Live Lounge and Cavern Pub where you can experience different atmosphere throughout the night. The Cavern Club has for four consecutive years been in the Top Ten Landmarks in the UK on Tripadvisor – Consistently above Buckingham Palace. The Cavern Club 10 Mathew St, Liverpool L2 6RE, United Kingdom

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There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done. Nothing you can sing that can’t be sung. Nothing you can say, but you can learn how to play the game. It’s easy! All you need is love. - The Beatles * Available in rehyphen’s tweet tape collection


You can find the Abbey Road Beatles location in St John's Wood, in north west London. This area is north west of Regent's Park and south of Hampstead, and includes plenty of cafes, restaurants and Lord's Cricket Ground.

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Blackbird singing in the dead of night. Take this broken wings and learn to fly. All your life, you were only waiting for this moment to arise. - The Beatles * Available in rehyphen’s tweet tape collection


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