The single greatest pop music phenomenon of the age, The Beatles, made great music and gave great quotes. Collected together here for the first time are rare and previously unseen examples of the quick wit and sly genius of John, Paul, George and even Ringo: from the first days of their fame, right through to the present. In 1964 the Beatles ...
The single greatest pop music phenomenon of the age, The Beatles, made great music and gave great quotes. Collected together here for the first time are rare and previously unseen examples of the quick wit and sly genius of John, Paul, George and even Ringo: from the first days of their fame, right through to the present. In 1964 the Beatles suffered ridiculous questions about their hair, music and love-lives and responded with great aplomb. As their career surged ahead the questions barely got any better, but their answers did. Here are the unseen interviews with all the band members, their families and friends. Candid, revealing and even at times shocking, this book is designed for all Beaties fans.
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Publishers Weekly, 1994-11-07 Rock journalist Giuliano's (Blackbird: The Life and Times of Paul McCartney) fifth book about the Beatles compiles a series of interviews, spanning 30 years and conducted by Giuliano and others, in which the band members, as well as various colleagues, family members and friends, discuss the group's origins, the reasons for its tremendous success, its breakup, its cultural legacy and the controversies surrounding it. The result is an interesting and complex if somewhat inconclusive portrait. But the book lacks narrative coherence; although roughly chronological, the author's organization of his material often creates abrupt juxtapositions of theme and perspective, and readers not aleady familiar with the band's history aren't provided the necessary background. Although Giuliano intended these interviews to speak for themselves, some editorial commentary would have been helpful. (Dec.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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