The artistic versions of the four lads begin to change. Paul is writing more about family, John explores the introspective, experimental side: George develops an interest in Indian music, and Ringo delves into movies. Yet nothing could prevent their music and final recordings from entering into history. Their songs are the hippies anthems. Performing hits from 1968 to 1970, "BEATLEMANIA AGAIN" brings to the stage the charisma and emotion that was hidden behind the walls of Apple and Abbey Road studios.