The Beatles' London: A Guide to 467 Beatles Sites in and Around London

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Interlink Publishing Group, Incorporated, 2009 - Music - 232 pages
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They were born in Liverpool and came of age in Hamburg, but it was London where the Beatles became international icons matched only by the swinging city itself. From the chambers of Abbey Road to the rooftops of Savile Row, the Beatles are as much a part of London as Her Majesty, the Houses of Parliament and Hyde Park. They defined their times and this was their turf. Authoritative, detailed and entertaining, The Beatles London places the worlds greatest group in the fascinating context of the worlds greatest citythe place they worked, played, and called home. A must-have for Beatles fans, this up-to-date guidebook includes special sections for record sleeves and film locations, rare photographs, detailed maps and scores of fascinating entries.

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The Beatles' London: A Guide to 467 Beatles Sites in and Around London

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Why do we need another book about the Beatles? Because all the others are not this one. In his foreword to this book, originally published in a different edition in the U.K. over ten years ago ... Read full review

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A delightful and insightful little book. Beatles fans will enjoy reading about the London of the 60s. Much is gone for good, but there's plenty of places still around where you can travel back in time ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Adam Smith was born in a small village in Kirkcaldy, Scotland in 1723. He entered the University of Glasgow at age fourteen, and later attended Balliol College at Oxford. After lecturing for a period, he held several teaching positions at Glasgow University. His greatest achievement was writing The Wealth of Nations (1776), a five-book series that sought to expose the true causes of prosperity, and installed him as the father of contemporary economic thought. He died in Edinburgh on July 19, 1790.

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