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A tearfully funny, so-sharp-it-hurts, visceral volume. A startlingly good read -- Guitar
Essential reading -- Dundee Advertiser
Even McCartney would have trouble stifling a snigger at some of the crimes against music detailed within -- The Leeds Guide
Hall has clearly discovered a latent talent for humorous writing. This book is laugh-out-loud funny -- Lancashire Evening Post
Irreverant and scurrilous,beautifully written and couched in a style of humour that could only come from a musician -- Musician
Gary Hall was born in Liverpool in 1964. Between 1987 and 2002 he made seven critically acclaimed albums and toured constantly throughout Europe and the States to promote them. Now days he runs a production company helping a wide range of singers, songwriters and musicians to get closer to that special place in music where poetry meets melody, melts and makes magic. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
At last, a critical antidote to the myriad of Beatles-worshipping books that proliferate on the pop shelves. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alan MacDonald
I read this over and over when I need a good laugh... at myself! You can't help but recognise traits and its all good fun. Don't take it too seriously. Its satire after all!Published on 18 April 2006 by veniceren
The premise behind this book is good - to debunk the myth that the Beatles were/are the greatest thing since sliced bread. Read morePublished on 24 Nov. 2005 by Glasgow Dreamer