A tribute to The Beatles, and to the culture and the political turmoil of 1962 around the same time that they released their first single, Love Me Do.
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Stuart Maconie - Presenter
Decca Records weren't impressed by The Beatles. They turned down the chance to sign the group. The lines of rejection are recorded forever in infamy. They told Epstein: "Guitar groups are on the way out" and "The Beatles have no future in the pop business".
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Music by Lionel Rand and lyrics by Ian Grant
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