The Beatles: an oral history

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Hyperion, Oct 7, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 332 pages
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The world just can't seem to get enough of the Beatles. But never before has an oral history brought together the voices of friends and family, as well as the Beatles themselves, who were in and around this culture-changing phenomenon. The Beatles features the inside scoop on the band from a colorful cast of characters, many unknown to fans until now, including Jim Gretty, a guitar instructor at Hessey's Music Store in Liverpool, and Tom Halley, the animator for the movie Yellow Submarine. Not only do John, Paul, George, and Ringo tell of their experiences, but so do their colleagues and friends, including Eric Clapton, Jane Asher, Yoko Ono, Roy Orbison, Keith Richards, and many others. Intriguing, inspiring, and occasionally shocking, the information in this must-have collectible is sure to astound and excite all generations of Beatles fans.

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Contents

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33
Chapter Three
57
Chapter Four
79
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About the author (1998)

Pritchard is a radio broadcaster, writer, and producer and has taught journalism at the University of Toronto and the Ontario College of Art.

Lysaght is a radio and television producer.

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