Come Together - Waiting for the Beatles has been an intenational pastime for 25 years, making it the longest-held breath in pop history. In an exclusive report, McCartney, Harrison and Starr talk about life, death and their reunion. By Jeff Giles.
The Curse of Glory - Liverpool, celebrated as the Beatles' hometown, was in a very real sense their victim. By Michael Elliott.
Buried Pleasures - For 25 years, 400 hours of Beatles music has been locked up in vaults. Here's what's now coming our way. By Mark Hertsgaard.
The Music Man, the Family Man - McCartney talks about John, Yoko, the Beatle children and his old friend Michael Jackson, who never calls.
Roll Over Bach, Too - The Bealtes' breakthrough in the '60s was the most thrilling creative surge in the history of pop culture. By Jack Kroll.
PLAYBOY MAGAZINE - January, 1981
John's interview with Playboy - One of the last Lennon's interviews. It was given a few days before killed. It's divided into 9 pages. By David Sheff.