The Ultimate Beatles Encyclopedia

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Hyperion, Dec 1, 1994 - Music - 736 pages
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Drawing on his massive archive, the world's leading Fab Four authority, Bill Harry, has compiled a compendium that features the facts, disputes the myths, and settles the scores about the first--and still most beloved--superstar rock group. Includes 1,500 alphabetical entries, bios of 500 people relevant to the Beatles, and 300 photos, many previously unpublished.

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Uncle Bill as we all called him was a journalist with The Liverpool Echo, the local newspaper on Merseyside, who as much as anyone put Mersey Beat on the global map. there is probably nothing he doesn ... Read full review

About the author (1994)

Harry attended the Liverpool College of Art with John Lennon, and founded the seminal music paper Mersey Beat in London that helped launch the band in the early sixties. He has been the publicist for a host of groups and artists, including Pink Floyd, the Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, and David Bowie.

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