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Liddypool Birthplace of the Beatles is the first major book to concentrate solely on the Beatles and Liverpool, covering their rise from childhood in the 1940s and obscurity to their triumphant civic reception at Liverpool Town Hall on 10th July 1964, when the city said goodbye to the Fab Four, their favorite sons, and shared with the world the most famous quartet in the universe. Bedford uses local knowledge and eyewitness testimony to chart every band member and name-change and lineup, from The Black Jacks to The Beatles: the story of the ?Fab 27?.
Vom Autor: Liddypool took me 9 years to research and write, because I was fed up reading books about The Beatles in Liverpool, and getting it wrong! I grew up in the Dingle near the bottom of Madryn Street where Ringo was born, and went to the school that Ringo attended. I now live just off Penny Lane and my three children went to Dovedale School, where John Lennon and George Harrison had attended many years before. I decided to speak to as many people who were there at the time of The Beatles, which is why it took so long! I interviewed: Pete Best (who also wrote the foreword), The Quarrymen, Allan Williams, Sam Leach, Julia Baird and Bill Harry, plus school friends and those who knew The Beatles. With rare and previously unseen photos, plus the details and photos of every venue, home, school and birthplace in and around Liverpool. It is the first and only major book on The Beatles and Liverpool, and, as it says on the book: "To understand The Beatles, you have to understand Liverpool".
Titel: Liddypool Birthplace of the Beatles: To ...
Verlag: Dalton Watson
Zustand: very good
Buchbeschreibung Dalton Watson, 2011. Paperback. Buchzustand: Used: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 1854432486
Buchbeschreibung Dalton Watson Fine Books, 2011. Brossura. Buchzustand: come nuovo. seconda edizione. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781854432483