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Miles: John, Paul, George and… Barry

Mick Brown, Daily Telegraph, 16 October 2002

IN 1965, A YOUNG bookseller named Barry Miles decided to throw a birthday party in his London flat for his friend, the beat poet Allen Ginsberg, who was visiting from New York. Miles was acquainted with the Beatles, and Ginsberg was insistent that they be invited, too.

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