Blackbird: The Life and Times of Paul McCartney

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Plume Book, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 382 pages
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Internationally acclaimed rock biographer and Beatles authority Geoffrey Giuliano (The Beatles: A Celebration, Dark Horse: The Private Life of George Harrison) peels away the carefully crafted image that separates the public McCartney from the intensely private life he leads with his family and friends in England. And the results are quite surprising. 32 pages of photos.

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Blackbird: the life and times of Paul McCartney

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Though McCartney's legions of fans are always interested in his doings, the immense popularity of the three recent Beatles Anthology collections, the release of a chart-topping solo album, and his ... Read full review

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Love Paul, but this was not great. Barry miles book is the better choice. Read full review

Contents

Every Mothers Son Childhood
11
Doughnuts Over the Empire The Teen Years
23
Glass Mountain Liverpool London and the World
49
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Giuliano is a renowned rock-and-roll biographer and an acknowledged expert on The Beatles.

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