You Never Give Me Your Money: The Beatles After the Breakup

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Harper Collins, Jun 8, 2010 - Music - 416 pages
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“Peter Doggett’s book about the Beatles’ split is a real page-turner.” — Annie Lennox

“Enthralling… Impossible to put down.” — The Independent

Acclaimed journalist Peter Doggett recounts the previously untold story of the dramatic final chapter in the lives, loves, and legal battles of John, Paul, George, and Ringo—aka The Beatles—from their breakup in 1969 to the present day. Called “refreshingly straightforward and highly readable” by The Daily Telegraph (London), You Never Give Me Your Money is the dramatic and intimate story of the breakup and aftermath of The Fab Four as it’s never been told before.

 

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User Review  - bontley - LibraryThing

What is a times informative, fascinating read into the financial and personal histories of the Beatles post-breakup degrades into a Goldman-esque clobbering of all involved, even when it criticizes Goldman. A reheated souffle. Read full review

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User Review  - Sullywriter - LibraryThing

A compelling and insightful book but also sad in so many ways. Doggett vividly chronicles the disintegration of one of the greatest creative partnerships of all time, the fraying of longtime ... Read full review

Contents

December 1980
1
Chapter 1
16
Chapter 2
51
Chapter 3
87
Chapter 4
114
Chapter 5
146
Chapter 6
172
Chapter 7
200
Chapter 9
271
Chapter 10
296
Finale
321
Acknowledgements
351
Notes
358
Bibliography
371
Index
379
Copyright

Chapter 8
229

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About the author (2010)

Peter Doggett's books include Are You Ready for the Country: Elvis, Dylan, Parsons and the Roots of Country Rock,the award-winning There's a Riot Going On: Revolutionaries, Rock Stars and the Rise and Fall of the '60s, and You Never Give Me Your Money: The Beatles After the Breakup, which was chosen as one of the 10 Best Books of 2010 by the Los Angeles Times.

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