Posts tagged ‘Yellow Submarine’

May 12, 2012

All Together Now

Paul McCartney quickly wrote “All Together Now” as an upbeat edition to the Beatles’ upcoming Yellow Submarine film. The band had a cameo at the end of the movie, where they appeared in person and kicked off a reprise of the song.

“All Together Now” was added to the soundtrack and appears in the upcoming re-release of the Yellow Submarine film. Watch the video after the jump!

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May 3, 2012

‘Yellow Submarine’ in Theaters

The new, remastered version of The Beatles’ classic film Yellow Submarine is coming back to the big screen! The film will be shown in select theaters around the country starting on May 10th.

Click here to find a movie time at your local theater…and watch the trailer after the jump!

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April 24, 2012

Eleanor Rigby

The Beatles began recording Paul McCartney’s “Eleanor Rigby” on April 20th, 1966. None of the Beatles played any instruments on the track, although McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison contributed vocals. The song was eventually released on the album Revolver and as the b-side to the single “Yellow Submarine.”

Watch the video for “Eleanor Rigby” after the jump!

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March 20, 2012

Yellow Submarine to be Digital Restored

The classic animated Beatles film Yellow Submarine will be digitally restored and re-released on DVD and Blu-Ray on May 29th, 2012 in the U.S. The film’s songtrack album will also be reissued on CD on the same date.

Click here to learn more about this exciting release at!

December 29, 2011

Only a Northern Song

George Harrison wrote “Only a Northern Song” as a dig at The Beatles’ publishing company Northern Songs, Ltd. Harrison had a bad deal and did not receive a fair share of publishing royalties. The song was originally written during the Sgt. Pepper’s session but was held off for the film Yellow Submarine.

Watch the video for “Only a Northern Song” after the jump!

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December 14, 2011

Yellow Submarine Book

The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine book (released in 2004 as a companion to the original 1968 film) has been transferred into a digital eBook, available through iTunes. Readers can tap their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to interact with the digital story.

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