The Best of Cellars: The Story of the Cavern Club

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Tempus, 2007 - Music-halls - 143 pages
The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, the Who, the Yardbirds...back in the 1960s a music revolution was taking place, and Liverpool's Cavern Club was at the centre of it. "The Best of Cellars" tells the story of the Cavern, beginning with its days as a great jazz club, before the Merseybeat explosion made it the most famous music venue in the world. The Beatles are of course central to the story but the book also features the other great names of the era, and later the likes of Elton John, Thin Lizzy and Queen. With reminiscences from some of the people involved and many wonderful photographs, this is a superb account of the ups and downs of the legendary club.

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Foreword by Bob Wooler
The Cavern Jazz Club Opens

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