#4 – Our Beatles Hamburg Vlog (MLT Club Exclusive)

Moin, Moin,


That’s what the folks in Hamburg say for “Hello”, “Good morning”, “Good night” and everything in between.


Why do we use this unusual greeting? Because we are about to share part 1 of a travel vlog that we filmed in Hamburg, Germany, in March 2020, only a week before the world closed down its borders. 


This is the first of a 3-Part “MLT Club Special” in which we explore the early 60s Beatles history of the city, including an interview with Mr. Rotthoff, the owner of the legendary music store with a history as rich as it gets.


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Tom Fones
17 days ago

This is making me nostalgic for things i can’t remember.
Great job.

Glenn O'Rourke
6 months ago

Everything you share has positive energy. A welcome change in these odd times.
Thanks for sharing
Slan lat

Rocky Robins
Rocky Robins
7 months ago

The Mona & Lisa Twins you are going to be Exceptional Talented. You ❤ ❤ are the best Musical 🎼
From Canada 🇨🇦

William Miller
9 months ago

Really cool watching you hero walk digging on where your heros played if you ever come to St Louis usa I will take you Marion il where George’s sister lived and the frist time a Beatles 45 got played here in the states in 1962

Mike Crocker
10 months ago

I visited Hamburg in the mid 1980s to see Southampton play football! As a Beatles fan and guitar player I did of course explore the infamous Reeperbahn.

Bob Galella
11 months ago

Thank you very much. Found the “tour” you conducted was very interesting. Amazed at the talent that played there like a all star 60’s roster. Please keep them coming.

Charles Minor
11 months ago

Your pronunciation of the German words is really good.Heartly regards from Bremen,100 miles south.

Jenny Amanda Hurwitz
11 months ago

Very interesting – thank you! – never knew what Hamburg looked like – or where the Beatles played there. Was, I’m sure, very controversial in their day because 1961 was only 16 years after the end of WWII and I’m sure their parents’ generation questioned their going to play in Germany. It is so interesting that German youth loved English and American rock n’ roll of the time. It was a new day. The Beatles were such a breath of fresh air musically. In the USA they and Motown rose together to the top of the charts. I think that Liverpool, being the port it was, had a vibrant cross-section of musical influences. You two would know better than me, being the Beatles historians you are. The Beatles took African American rhythm & blues and some rock-a-billy and I guess English skiffle music (?) and put their own original inspirations into the mix to create such a joyful original sound. I always find it interesting that for some of their songs I think “Oh – that will just be !,!V,V & minor vi” and then it is like – “oh wow! that is so cool they went to that chord – and that – and that”. I just was playing some rhythm guitar for a friend of mine named Brooke who is recovering from arthritis surgery to her left hand so she has to not play too many songs in a row on guitar – at a community garden in Brooklyn, NY – a set for the little kids – and the set she prepared was half Beatles music – plus some folk and an original song of mine thrown in. it is so great that the Beatles’ music speaks to so many generations – it wasn’t lost on Brooke or me that it would have been John Lennon’s 81st birthday.

Bob Gibbons
11 months ago

You two are beautiful, great musicians, and wonderful historians. Love ya both. Boulder City, NV

Tom Beardmore
11 months ago

Looking forward to the next installment, ladies.


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