End of Journey

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What did they perform live on in 1967? How many people?
First satellite broadcast, 400 million
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Who did they turn to after turning away from drugs?
Maharishi
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When did Brian Epstein die?
27th August 1967
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What did the Beatles decide to manage themselves?
Apple Corps
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What film and album were released?
Magical Mystery Tour Film and Album
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Where did they go with Maharishi in 1968?
Indian Retreat
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What did they start doing for other albums? An example of who?
Producing and writing songs. Mary Hopkin
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Why were things becoming tense in the studio?
John's second wife Yoko Ono
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The Psychedlic phase was ending with what song and closure of what hippy shop?
'Yellow Submarine'. Apple Boutique
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The Beatles' image was becoming more radical with what 3 things?
Lennon, his antics with Yoko, and his song 'Revolution'
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When was the 'White Album' released? What was it comprised of?
1968. Solo songs with group backing
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2 examples of solo albums?
Harrison's 'Wonderwall' and Lennon's 'Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins'
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When did the filming project start? Why did it stop?
1969. Tensions high
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What did the project conclude with?
30 min gig on top of the Apple Building
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Who was the new manager?
Allen Klein
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What album did they record after inviting George Martin back?
'Abbey Road'
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What was the first single on the album?
'Something' by George Harrison
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Who was given the 'Get Back' tapes to salvage?
Phil Spector
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What did these tapes become? When was it released?
'Let It Be' album. May 1970
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