The Rough Guide to the Beatles
The Beatles are the ultimate band - the most popular, the most respected, the most influential. The Rough Guide to the Beatles covers every aspect of the Fab Four, delving deep into the Beatles music, lyrics, movies and the Beatles solo careers. Features include: The Story: from Liverpool clubs to Beatlemania. The Music: incisive reviews of every Beatles and solo album and new Beatle Music from George Martin's son Giles. The Canon: the inside track on the 50 greatest songs. On Screen: the movies, the promos and the TV appearances and new coverage of the upcoming Rock Band-style video game of Beatle music. The Fifth Beatle: George Martin, Yoko Ono, Magic Alex and other contenders as well as the resignation and death of Neil Aspinall. Beatleology: the best books, the weirdest covers, the most obsessive websites, the obscurest trivia. This updated edition includes new material on Cirque Du Soleil 's acclaimed Love Show - the only officially endorsed Beatles theatrical presentation, Paul McCartney's albums Memory Almost Full, Ecce Cor Meum and Electric Arguments and the media circus surrounding the McCartney/ Mills divorce. All you need is this!
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Abbey Road Anthology appeared Apple April artistic August available on CD B-side bass Beatles record bonus tracks boys Brian Epstein Cavern charts chord concert currently available debut December drummer drums early EMI Studios Fabs fans featuring February film George Harrison George Martin George’s Hamburg Hard Day’s Night inspired interview Jane Asher January John and Yoko John Lennon John’s June later Lennon/McCartney live Liverpool London Lonely Hearts Club Love Magical Mystery Tour McCartney’s movie Neil Aspinall never overdubbed Parlophone Past Masters Volume Paul McCartney Paul’s Penny Lane Pepper’s Lonely Hearts performance Pete Pete Best played producer recording session released November Ringo rock rock’n’roll Rubber Soul Sgt Pepper Sgt Pepper’s Lonely singing single solo song song’s sound Starr Strawberry Fields Street Stuart Sutcliffe tapes there’s things vocal Want White Album Yoko Ono Yoko’s