The Beatles

What’s left to say about the Beatles? Only my own personal experiences.

Our roadie stole the Cavern's strobe light right off the wall after the

I remember bunking off school and hitchiking to Liverpool with a couple of mates. I would have been 13. We went on the Ferry across the Mersey, visited the Cavern, and went in the music shops. Like every other 13 year old I wanted to be a Beatle.

Later (age 19) I did even play in the Cavern (the original one before it got moved). That was some experience. The dirt was just swept into the corners and it was full of some of the wierdest scousers you could imagine

gig. He unscrewed it leaving a different coloured patch where they had painted around it.

Anyway, that’s what the Beatles mean to me. You know the music, the personalities, The Beatles even transcended and defined the culture. As Bob Paisley once said of Liverpool FC ‘it’s not a question of life or death, it’s more important than that’.