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The Apple scruffs were a group of devoted Beatles fans who congregated outside the Apple Corps building and at the gates of Abbey Road Studios in London during the late 1960s, in the hope of seeing or interacting with one of the band members. The name was coined by George Harrison. According to Apple press officer Derek Taylor, when The Sunday Times wrote a feature article on the company in the late 1960s, their map included a location for the scruffs, on the steps of the offices at 3 Savile Row.

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  • Die Apple scruffs waren eine kleine Gruppe von (hauptsächlich weiblichen) Beatles-Fans, die sich in der Hoffnung, die Beatles zu treffen und mit ihnen zu reden, regelmäßig vor dem Gebäude der Firma Apple und den Abbey Road Studios versammelten. Das englische Wort ‚scruffy‘ bedeutet ‚ungepflegt‘, Apple Scruffs wäre also etwa zu übersetzen mit ‚die Apple-Gammler‘. „Apple Scruffs, how I love you. In the fog and in the rain, through the pleasure and the pain. On the step outside you stand, with flowers in your hands.“ – George Harrison (1970): Refrain des Lieds Apple Scruffs
  • The Apple scruffs were a group of devoted Beatles fans who congregated outside the Apple Corps building and at the gates of Abbey Road Studios in London during the late 1960s, in the hope of seeing or interacting with one of the band members. The name was coined by George Harrison. According to Apple press officer Derek Taylor, when The Sunday Times wrote a feature article on the company in the late 1960s, their map included a location for the scruffs, on the steps of the offices at 3 Savile Row.
  • Apple Scruffs (en inglés: andrajosas de Apple) fueron un grupo no organizado de admiradoras de The Beatles.​ Su nombre fue dado por George Harrison​ y derivó del hecho que permanecían y a veces dormían en el exterior del edificio de Apple Corps y en la puerta de Abbey Road Studios en Londres, durante los últimos días de la beatlemania, con la esperanza de ver o interactuar con los miembros de la banda. Luego de la disolución de los Beatles, George Harrison escribió una canción titulada Apple Scruffs, incluida en su álbum solista All Things Must Pass.
  • Le Apple Scruffs sono state fanatiche ammiratrici dei Beatles, e la loro devozione in alcuni casi si prolungò per anni. Costituivano un gruppo spontaneo e si battezzarono con quel nome (“Gli straccioni della Apple”) perché uno dei loro principali punti di incontro era l'edificio della Apple Corps e ancora prima i cancelli degli studi di registrazione della EMI in Abbey Road, dove stazionavano anche per settimane nella speranza di vedere i loro idoli e avere la possibilità di parlare con loro. Nel tempo avevano elaborato un sistema che spesso consentiva loro di conoscere in anticipo i movimenti dei Beatles, e per questo ricevettero il titolo scherzoso «Gli Occhi e le Orecchie del Mondo».
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