The long and winding road: an intimate guide to the Beatles

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Friedman/Fairfax Publishers, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 124 pages
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Beatlemania lives! An in-depth portrait of the most influential rock band of all time, with an annotated discography, a Beatles "family tree", and a guide to stage, film, and video performances.

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Ted Greenwald has excelled in a variety of creative fields. As a poet, he has published more than 20 books of poetry since the 1960s, including Licorice Chronicles (1979), considered a masterwork by poets of the "Language" group. A musician and rock historian as well, Greenwald has published several books about the Beatles and has been a contributor to Keyboard Magazine and Musician. His books Music (Careers Without College) (1992), and The Musician's Home Recording Handbook: Practical Techniques for Recording Great Music at Home (1992) are both handbooks and inspiration for aspiring musicians. Greenwald is also the owner of the Ted Greenwald art gallery in New York City.

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