Spoofing James Bond on the cover.
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The February issue of the Beatles' official fan magazine catches the group still in the post Rubber Soul quiet period. Following a short British tour, their last, at the end of 1965, the band has been taking it easy, vacationing and contemplating their next film.
Probably the biggest news of the period was George's wedding, Jan. 21, to Pattie Boyd, which editor Johnny Dean notes in his opening editorial:
George is also featured in several photos at home with his new cat.
The release of Rubber Soul is still in everyone's mind, and the issue includes a few more shots from the sessions, including the group rehearsing/recording "Michelle."
In a Beatle Talk section, George and Paul talk about the band's next film project, noting the Beatles have nixed the idea of shooting the Western spoof "A Talent for Loving."
And we'll round things out with a few more pics from the issue.