The Best Beatles Book Ever by Paul Charles

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A short book that adds little to the exhaustive analyses of the band...
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On March 22, 1963 the album Please, Please Me was released and a phenomenon was sparked. Now, 50 years later, The Beatles remain one of the most successful and recognizable groups on the planet. In this detail-filled book, musicologist Paul Charles looks at the years The Beatles were writing and recording music together. With an open, and certainly opinionated eye, he explores their music, their cronies, and their stories. This is rock `n' roll chronology at its best, from an author who knows a thing or two about the music business.
 

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Paul Charles, agent, promoter, author, and fan of The Beatles, was born in Magherafelt, Northern Ireland.
 
Published March 23, 2013 by Dufour Editions. 256 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Education & Reference.
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on Jan 01 2013

A short book that adds little to the exhaustive analyses of the band...

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