>> Everybody, how are you doing?>> We weren't like brothers, we were brothers and we looked out for each other, and that was great. I can't say it enough, I was an only child and I ended up with three brothers. I mean this is a nice little things like we refused to play in this show in Jacksonville, because we found out the audience was segregated.
And I think that was a big surprise for us to remember that.>> Yeah.
>> We were normal and the rest of the world was crazy.
>> It was evolving, it was changing, and we changed with it.
>> The Beatles were such a unit, we looked after each other really. So it was like the strength of a union.
>> We had each other. And we brought that to the music.
>> Top British group, top records of the year, the Beatles.>> It's some magic, chemistry that happened between us that seems to appeal to each generation as it comes up.