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The year 2017 saw healthy vinyl sales for a variety of acts — the report notes that nearly 80 albums in all moved more than 20,000 units in the format — but the top of the charts remains unsurprisingly skewed toward rock. The Beatles took the top two spots, with Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band selling 72,000 copies and Abbey Road close behind with 66,000 copies.

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Celebrate George Harrison's life in this 2002 memorial concert at the Royal Albert Hall with performances of his music from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Tom Petty, Billy Preston and more. Available for the first time in high-definition. Airing March 2018 on PBS.

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"Now and Then" is an unfinished song by John Lennon, recorded in 1978 as a solo piano/vocal demo. After his death, it was considered as a third possible reunion single by his former band, the Beatles, for their 1995 autobiographical project The Beatles Anthology.

John Lennon - Now and Then (restaured record)

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April 4, 1964 the Beatles held the top 5 positions, and 12 total, on @Billboard #Hot100. The Beatles are the only artist in chart history to hold more than the top 3 slots at the same time. 

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Sir James Paul McCartney born Jun 18, 1942

 

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