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Our resident Beatles BBC tracks expert, Tom Frangione, offers this look at what’s still missing …
While the majority of the Beatles-reading world is savoring the long awaited first installment of Mark Lewisohn’s trilogy, avid students of the group are pulling double-duty thanks to Kevin Howlett’s remarkable book “The Beatles: The BBC Archives.” 625 more words
A Picture's Worth a Thousand Words: Preliminary Review of 'Tune In: The Beatles: All These Years, Volume 1'
The first thing I do when I receive a new biography is look at the pictures inside. There seems to be a correlation between the rarity of photos/specificity of photo captions in a biography and the level of detail and depth of knowledge presented in the biography’s text. 945 more words
Part One of Mark Lewisohn’s new biography of the Beatles is now out in two separate hard cover editions – one for the United States market, and one for the UK. 309 more words