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kursday, May 31 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Thirteen

hi ursday, May 31, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Thirteen
I-

The Beatles:
o reunion but
collaboration
By DON McNICOLL Beatles, and he never was. None
Associated Press Writer of us was the Beatles. Four of
LONDON-The Beatles, great- Ts E ST time he vas in Lon-
t rock group of them all, to- don Lennon was asked abont a
ether again? Maybe, htit dont possible Beatles reunion. "I no
otnt Oin it slonger believe in myth, and the
For weeks there has been spec- Beatles is another myth. The
-ulation on both sides of the At- dream is over," he reptied.
antic that something was brew- And quite apart from their mu-
rg among the four members of -lcal and business differences,
he band. the Beatles have legal problems
BUT the clear impression in that tend to keep all four from
ondon these days is that com- getting together at once.
>tete reunion of the Beatles is Lennomn does not wrnt to leve
next to impossible although there the United States, where he and
s a chance they may record to- his wife are living, in case he is
;ether and perhaps appear on barred from re-entering bec-iase
tage together. of a dirgs conviction.
Paul McCartney, the Beatle MCCARTNEY also has drg
mnounced the group's breakup convictions that bar him from
ree years ago, said in an inter- the United States.
iew: That's why, thanks to record-
"There is not going to be any ig techniques, it's more likely
eunion as a regular group. Why that the Beatles would record
hould there be? But we may get rather than get together again
igether from time to time at- as a group appearing in public.
tough there is not going to be They seemingly made a good
ny getting together on a regu- start at Los Angeles, when Len-
rr basis." non and Iarrison joined in an
RAY CONNOLLY, one of the all-night session for the Starr al-
tost perceptive writers on the bum that McCartney, in Bri-
ritish pop scene, gave this tain, later auemented. This at-
iew: "The Beatles will never re- bum should be on sale shortly ac-
roup again as a permanent mu- cording to Apple, the Beatles'
"cal force, but none of them is company.
repared to deny that at some SUCCESS for the album would
me they will all play on the undoubtedly be powerful argu-
me record or appear on stage ment for the four to get together
gether once their business dis- again on a more regular footing.
tes have been overcome."
The New York millionaire Al-
n Klein's recent exit as the
eatles' business manager open- Jacobsons Open Thursday
the way for the Beatles to
me together again if they wish.
McCartney resolutely opposed
Lein.
I WAS on strike against per-
rming with the others while
lein was in charge," Paul ex-
ained. "The others disagreed."
But now that the air is a bit
earer, how about the Beatles
ain?
"The Beatles went full cycle,"
said. "They did everything.
ere do we go now? I don't
ow where we are going. Do
McCARTNEY said he would
ver refuse to play on any Bea-
s' record "if they asked me. I
ve just done a track on the
w Ringo album."
If the Beatles do play again in
blic, they will have had to
ercome a great deal of internal
ncor. The only one of the four .
o seemed to steer clear of un-
easantness was drummer Rin-
Starr, now making quite a
me for himself as an actor.
John Lennon, for example, is
record as having said: "We
>t fed up with being side men '9
r Paul. He thought he was the
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