Video recordings with The Beatles, discovered in a bread box


The discovery was made during a general cleaning in a house.

In one of the records, valued at £ 10,000 by Omega Auctions, members of The Beatles joke with a journalist trying to interview them. The British group was interviewed in Cardiff in 1965. John Lennon says Paul McCartney has five children in Swansea, and Ringo Starr says their next film will be a western.

Another film, from 1967, features spiritual guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and members of The Beatles asking about adherence to his teaching.

Lennon states in the clip: “Of course it’s not a cult and if we didn’t take it seriously, we wouldn’t have been here.”

On a third audio recording, Lennon acoustic performs the song “God”, released after the breakup of The Beatles. It was also valued at £ 10,000.

The sound and image of the recordings were well preserved.

The Beatles was established in 1960 in Liverpool and has become famous in the form of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The band is considered the most influential in the area of rock music. The 27 studio albums, 52 compilations, and 4 live albums have been sold over 180 million copies worldwide. The band, which broke up in 1970, was rewarded with 10 Grammys, but also an Oscar.


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