The Beatles Literary Anthology

The Beatles Literary Anthology
Title The Beatles Literary Anthology PDF eBook
Author Mike Evans
Publisher Plexus Publishing
Pages 456
Release 2004
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN

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"The Battles Literary Anthology is a unique volume containing over 40 years of interviews, articles, reviews and essays, on subjects ranging from the Fab Four's origins in Liverpool, to their influence on the counterculture of the late 1960s, and beyond to the post-Beatle paths followed by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr."--BOOK JACKET.

The Beatles Anthology

The Beatles Anthology
Title The Beatles Anthology PDF eBook
Author The Beatles
Publisher Chronicle Books
Pages 385
Release 2000-09
Genre Music
ISBN 0811826848

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Includes primary source material in the form of photographs, transcripts, etc.

Reading the Beatles

Reading the Beatles
Title Reading the Beatles PDF eBook
Author Kenneth Womack
Publisher State University of New York Press
Pages 264
Release 2012-02-01
Genre Social Science
ISBN 0791481964

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Despite the enormous amount of writing devoted to the Beatles during the last few decades, the band's abiding intellectual and cultural significance has received scant attention. Using various modes of literary, musicological, and cultural criticism, the essays in Reading the Beatles firmly establish the Beatles as a locus of serious academic and cultural study. Exploring the group's resounding impact on how we think about gender, popular culture, and the formal and poetic qualities of music, the contributors trace not only the literary and musicological qualities of selected Beatles songs but also the development of the Beatles' artistry in their films and the ways in which the band has functioned as a cultural, historical, and economic product. In a poignant afterword, Jane Tompkins offers an autobiographical account of the ways in which the Beatles afforded her with the self-actualizing means to become less alienated from popular culture, gender expectations, and even herself during the early 1960s.

The Beatles Anthology

The Beatles Anthology
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Author Beatles
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Release 2003
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The Beatles anthology

The Beatles anthology
Title The Beatles anthology PDF eBook
Author
Publisher
Pages 367
Release 2010
Genre Music
ISBN 9788817037846

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Tune In

Tune In
Title Tune In PDF eBook
Author Mark Lewisohn
Publisher Crown
Pages 970
Release 2016-10-11
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 1101903295

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Now in paperback, Tune In is the New York Times bestseller by the world’s leading Beatles authority – the first volume in a groundbreaking trilogy about the band that revolutionized music. The Beatles have been in our lives for half a century and surely always will be. Still, somehow, their music excites, their influence resonates, their fame sustains. New generations find and love them, and while many other great artists come and go, the Beatles are beyond eclipse. So . . . who really were these people, and just how did it all happen? 'The Beatles story' is everywhere. Told wrong from early on, rehashed in every possible way and routinely robbed of its context, this is a phenomenon in urgent need of a bright new approach. In his series All These Years, Mark Lewisohn – the world-recognized Beatles historian – presses the Refresh button to relate the entire story as it’s never been told or known before. Here is a full and accurate biography at last. It is certain to become the lasting word. Tune In is book one of three, exploring and explaining a period that is by very definition lesser-known: the formative pre-fame years, the teenage years, the Liverpool and Hamburg years – in many ways the most absorbing and incredible period of them all. The Beatles come together here in all their originality, attitude, style, speed, charisma, appeal, daring and honesty, the tools with which they’re about to reshape the world. It’s the Beatles in their own time, an amazing story of the ultimate rock band, a focused and colorful telling that builds and builds to leave four sharp lads from Liverpool on the very brink of a whole new kind of fame. Using impeccable research and resources, Tune In is a magisterial work, an independent biography that combines energy, clarity, objectivity, authority and insight. The text is anti-myth, tight and commanding – just like the Beatles themselves. Here is the Beatles story as it really was. Throw away what you think you know and start afresh.

The Beatles Anthology

The Beatles Anthology
Title The Beatles Anthology PDF eBook
Author The Beatles Staff
Publisher Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Pages 368
Release 2003
Genre Rock musicians
ISBN 9781841881416

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So much has been written about the most famous and successful band of all time and yet one story has not been told - the band's own story. Spanning their early lives, their rise to pre-eminence, and a year-by-year account of the golden period of fame right through to the break-up in 1970, THE BEATLES ANTHOLOGY is the Beatles' own book. To the never-before-disclosed recollections of Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr are added the memories of associates such as road manager Neil Aspinall, producer George Martin and spokesman Derek Taylor. Interwoven with these are the recollections of John Lennon, and almost all of these have never been published before. Add to this the astonishing collection of over 1,000 photographs drawn from the Apple Corps archive and The Beatles' own personal collections and you have a truly unique book. Created with their full co-operation, THE BEATLES ANTHOLOGY is nothing less than The Beatles autobiography.