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Blog 11

Blog 11

I’m going to skip Hamburg, Germany at this point. More of that later in another blog. Let’s just say things went horribly wrong and horribly right. The Beatles as they were now known returned from Hamburg in dribs and drabs. George was discovered to be...

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Blog 10

Blog 10

Ken Brown no longer had a group but still wanted to play. So, he set about forming another band. His first port of call was my brother Pete. Pete was always tapping his fingers on worktops and tables, spoons and forks on pans, and then came Bongo drums....

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Blog 9

Blog 9

Week No 13. Ken Brown couldn’t play. He had stomach cramps and couldn’t stand up but refused to go home. Mo spoke to John, Paul, and George about whether they could perform without Ken and they assured her they could. It was decided Ken could sit on the...

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Blog 8

Blog 8

During the eight weeks leading up to the opening night on Saturday the 29th of August 1959 the Quarrymen were expected to muck in with preparing the Casbah. John Lennon pained the Aztec ceiling, Paul McCartney painted the Rainbow ceiling, George painted...

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Blog 7

Blog 7

The cellar of 8 Haymans Green was beginning to look like a club, but it didn’t have a name or a band to play. Mo was watching a film called ‘Algiers’ starring the French actor Charles Boyer. In the movie he turns to his love interest and say’s “Come with...

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Blog 6

Blog 6

Haymans Green was constantly besieged by Pete and Rory’s friends. Going back and forth from the cellars to the attic in a constant procession from morning to night. Mo finally told the boys she wanted a break. Friday no friends. Friday was going to be a...

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Take a trip down memory lane…

Take a trip down memory lane…

Take a trip down memory lane and gain an insight how it all began for the legendary Beatles at the Casbah Coffee Club We recently did a collaboration with myhotelbreak on why their guests should take time out and visit here at Casbah Coffee Club. Find out...

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Blog 4

Blog 4

Never Say Die' digression. I was on tour in the USA with my brother Pete Best. The tour took the Pete Best Band to Louisville Kentucky where if my memory serves me correctly, I think we were playing the Abbey Road on the River Festival. Either way the...

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Blog 3

Blog 3

Growing up in India Mo was used to much more freedom. She used to go down to the ship yards with her brothers acting as bookies, they would take bets on little Mo high diving from the masts of ships. An activity that was stopped by the navy security....

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Liverpool 1945

Liverpool 1945

Liverpool 1945 The Best Family arrived in Liverpool on Christmas Day in 1945, and Liverpool was so different to anything Mo had experienced. She was shocked to discover a cold, grey and dank city which had been decimated by bombing. Liverpool...

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The Beginning

The Beginning

THE BEGINNING So, what on earth would inspire a person to make a Beatles Museum? In my case, my unique family history. My eldest brother Pete Best was in the band for over 2 years, my father Neil Aspinall worked with the Beatles for all of his...

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