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The Beatles A Hard Day's Night

The Beatles A Hard Day's Night Music Button Museum
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Twenty black and white portraits of the Beatles (four rows of 5 images each, each row is a different member of the band) below black and red text bordered by black outline over white background.

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The image on this button is from the Beatle's album "A Hard Day's Night," released in 1964 to coincide with the movie of the same name. Thirteen tracks were on the record which includes some of their most famous songs such as "And I Love Her," "You Can't Do That," the title track, and the previously released "Can't Buy Me Love." The phrase "a hard day's night" was coined by Ringo Starr, to express exhaustion after a hard day of concerts and partying. The album debuted at number 1 on the Billboard charts and retained the position for fourteen weeks.

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