PSYCHO JELLO

With all of the hullabaloo about Mad Men having to pay the Beatles $250,000 for the use of “Tomorrow Never Knows” on last night’s episode, it’s interesting to note that the first television show allowed to play a Beatles song was the “Frodis Caper” episode of the Monkees in 1968.

Micky asked The Beatles permission to use the opening of “Good Morning Good Morning” and they let him use it for free.

Oh how times have changed.

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    Back in the 60s they had more personal control over the catalog (though not by much), so that was possible. Plus, back...
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