The Beatles: Ten Years That Shook The World

The Beatles Ten Years That Shook The World Roll up for a magical mystery tour Charting the birth of the band to the bitter break up this day by day analysis of The Beatles phenomenon examines the private and public events that revolutionized

  • Title: The Beatles: Ten Years That Shook The World
  • Author: Paul Trynka
  • ISBN: 9781405306911
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Roll up for a magical mystery tour Charting the birth of the band to the bitter break up, this day by day analysis of The Beatles phenomenon examines the private and public events that revolutionized the music world From their iconic domination of the music industry to the dramatic split, rare and unseen photographs reveal the band as never before Published in associatiRoll up for a magical mystery tour Charting the birth of the band to the bitter break up, this day by day analysis of The Beatles phenomenon examines the private and public events that revolutionized the music world From their iconic domination of the music industry to the dramatic split, rare and unseen photographs reveal the band as never before Published in association with Mojo magazine.

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    1. An almost day by day and week by week account of the activities of The Beatles from the years 1960-1970 and their split. Mostly a collection of articles and interviews in chronological order that sometimes gleans a new nugget of understanding into the mind of these young men and the spirit of the times and sometimes tells you again the major parts of the story we've all heard a million times. In their defense how could you skip them? I'm more than a casual fan I supposeever for anyone knowing no [...]

    2. You Need This Mojo StuffThis is some of the best stuff ever written about the Beatles. It's effectively a compilation of the three special editions put out by Mojo Magazine about the three phases of the Beatles career.A must for any Beatles fan or anyone who wants to know what all of the fuss was about, assuming your ears can't explain adequately (in which case I admit you mightn't bother).More to come.

    3. I read most of it but sadly I did not finish it because I had to turn it back into the library. But from what I did get read I think it was a very informational book. I learned a lot about the band in what I read and I didn't even finish the book. There was some stuff about their personal lives as well as their careers. Even my Dad took it to look through it and do a little reading!

    4. Very detailed timeline on every page's sidebar, which was fun. Even after all the Beatle history I've soaked up in the past 16 years, I found some of these essays fresh. Personally though, I'm just not interested in pop culture figures talking about their favourite Beatles albums. I trust my own ears a lot better; I don't need to know what you like about them.

    5. Very high production quality in this book. Loaded with photographs and chronologically meticulous, it may not be a must-have but it's surely an awful-nice-to-have book. I'm pleased to have it on my shelf.

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