The Beatles in 1964: young, wild, and not exactly free. (John had already been married to Cynthia for two years.) But gaze at the black-and-white photographs hanging in a makeshift gallery in the Radisson Deauville Resort's lobby and the world seems transformed to a more simple, magical place -- pre-CD, pre-MP3, when all a musical act needed was a successful 45 rpm record and an appearance on a TV variety show to launch a career that would rock the world and... More >>>