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Why The Beatles Create All That Frenzy

Maureen Cleave, The Evening Standard, 2 February 1963

THE BEATLES are the darlings of Merseyside. The little girls of Merseyside are so fiercely possessive about their Beatles that they forced Granada to put them on television, and they wouldn't buy their first record in case they should become famous and go away to London and leave them.

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