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    Beatles Australian Tour Official Souvenir Program (Australia, 1964). A thirty-six page tour program from the Australian leg of their very first world tour, chock full of photos and bios related to the Fab Four as well as the supporting acts: Sounds Incorporated, Alan Field, Johnny Devlin, Johnny Chester, and The Phantoms. The entire tour was a phenomenal success, even with Ringo missing the first two Australian dates (June 12 and 13 in Adelaide - as he was hospitalized in the UK, with Jimmy Nicol taking his place for a few shows), though he'd resume his place in Melbourne on June 14. Measures 8" x 11.25", in Very Good Plus condition, with some visible wear and moisture staining to the front and back covers, with some spots on the back cover filled in with red pen. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection.

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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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