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Book Review

The Beatles: Get Back

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The Beatles: Get Back Ethan A. Russell and Linda McCartney w/John Harris 240 pages ISBN: # 978-093511296 Callaway Arts & Entertainment 2021 Upon its original release, the Beatles' Let It Be (Apple, 1970) album was issued in a deluxe box set package in at least a dozen different countries--notably not the United States—that limited edition set including a 160-page book with text plus color photos by noted photographer Ethan A. Russell. Now, some ...

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Book Review

Solid State: The Story of Abbey Road And The End of The Beatles

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Solid State: The Story of Abbey Road And The End of the Beatles Kenneth Womack 288 Pages ISBN: #978-1501746857 Cornell University Press 2019 Reverberating with all manner of interpretations, Solid State is a magnificently ironic title for a book purporting to tell The Story of Abbey Road and The End of the Beatles. Or is it simply to be read at face value? Author Kenneth Womack proffers the technical advancement at Abbey Road ...

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Album Review

The Beatles: Abbey Road 50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition

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Deceptively less weighty than its 50th Anniversary counterparts, The Beatles' Abbey Road Super Deluxe Edition is nevertheless as revelatory in its own way as the previously-released milestone packages of Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Apple, 1967) and The Beatles (Apple, 1968). Yet comparison of the sets in their respective expanded forms is as misleading as likening the original albums to each other, an exercise in futility that only serves to camouflage how much this iconic band had ...

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Album Review

The Beatles: The Beatles 50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition

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In keeping with its source, The White Album (Apple, 1968), as a virtual primer of contemporary musical style ranging from the Beach Boys ("Back in the USSR") to Stockhausen ("Revolution #9"), The Beatles 50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition is a weighty proposition indeed. In fact, it's alternately daunting and imposing in mere physical form: housed in a hardcover book measuring roughly 10” x 12.5,” when out of its clear slipcase (imprinted with the image of those four famous portraits), the ...

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Interview

Harry Benson: The Music of The Beatles is Still Terrific

Read "Harry Benson: The Music of The Beatles is Still Terrific" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Harry Benson is a renowned journalistic photographer whose pictures have graced the covers of many magazines and are found in many books, museum collections, galleries. With an unprecedented access to some of the most popular artists of our time including intriguing characters from all walks of life and politicians that have shaped the lives of people, he has recorded some of the most decisive moments of recent history. In a career that spans over six decades, Benson has taken photographs ...

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Book Review

The Beatles - On the Road, 1964-1966

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The Beatles -On the Road, 1964-1966 Harry Benson 272 Pages ISBN: 3836533227 Taschen 2017 Feted British photographer Harry Benson first met the Beatles in 1964, when he was assigned to go to Paris and document their gig there at the Olympia Theatre. At the time the Beatles were rising stars, a phenomenon that has caught the attention of all major media outlets and they had been sending journalists and photographers to report about ...

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Book Review

Dreaming The Beatles: The Love Story of One Band And The Whole World

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Dreaming The Beatles: The Love Story of One Band And The Whole World Rob Sheffield 368 Pages ISBN: #0062207652 Dey Street Books 2017 Rob Sheffield is so enamored of his subject on Dreaming the Beatles, any fan who reads it may be inspired to write a book on the band too. And that's because of the largely infectious, ebullient tone he maintains over the approximately three-hundred sixty pages. But Sheffield may actually be ...


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