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Beatles Grammy Aftermath

  BEATLEMANIA, 21ST CENTURY EDITION: Last night’s CBS Grammy Beatles salute featured a mixed slate of current and classic acts assaying some of the Fab Four’s best-loved material with an all-star house band. The crowd lapped it up, and the audience at home seems to have responded as well, sending the band’s 27-song 1 collection to #6 at iTunes. Highlights included Stevie Wonder’s “We Can Work It Out,” the Dave Grohl-Jeff Lynne “Hey Bulldog,” the reunited Eurythmics’ “Fool on the Hill” and, most of all, Paul McCartney’s show-closing mini-set with his own band, which got the crowd on its feet and singing along—and screaming as “Sgt. Pepper” gave way to a Ringo-led “With a Little Help From My Friends.” It was a mixed bag at 2 1/2 hours, but Ken Ehrlich and company pulled it off, with a few truly magical moments. Still, with 14 million viewers, the program took second place in the ratings, behind NBC's Sochi coverage. For details, check out our wrap-up(2/10a)

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