Collector has put professional and personal Beatles items up for auction that could raise millions in value
Lost and rare recordings of Beatleslegendary band formed from Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr It is George Harrison, will go to auction and the bid value is expected to reach US$500,000, approximately R$2.4 million at the current price. The information is from TMZ.
There are several items in the auction, and the most expensive is a collection of unreleased recordings, with rehearsals by Fab Four in the home of Lennon in Kenwood and excerpts from unreleased albums, all on 6 tapes. Sales can raise between US$300,000 and US$500,000. In addition, there is unreleased content from a Harrison with The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Banda collaborative album between Yoko Ono It is Lennon and almost 2 hours of “Primal Scream Therapy,” in Ono.
Whoever got the recordings was Phila memorabilia collector from the United States, and revealed how he got the tapes from a man in India, who acquired them from Derek Taylorformer Beatles press officer known as “Fifth Beatle.”
According to the website, Phil He listened to the material only once in order not to damage the tapes. The auction also includes rehearsals for Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967), which animal sounds for “Good Morning Good Morning” and even a complaint from Lennon It is McCartney about the heat. Finally, there is a very personal and revealing 45-minute interview, in which John Lennon questions the reasons for Yoko be with him. This material was recorded in 1969, when they got married.
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