Then Now and Rare: British Beat 1960 - 1969 Paperback – 11 Oct 2002
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The pages are jam-packed with a superb array of splendidly produced colour, and black and white photos, giving the book a distinctive arty appearl. Along with record sleeves, showbills, and shots taken from contemporary magazines, there are promotional pictures which have rarely been seen before - but which immediately evoke a delightfully unique era. This book, which affords space both to the superstars and to the lesser-known mortals, brings matters into the 21st century.' AND THE BEAT GOES ON 'The visuals are stunning, with a plethora of rarely seen or previously unpublished full page photos...a welcome publication.' RECORD COLLECTOR
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..., and can recommend this book to all British music lovers.
However, Terry Rawlings did not do his homework on Tim Andrews. Somehow that part does not fit to the otherwise well researched book. It almost seems vicious? What is going on Terry?
Maybe see: [...]%28musician%29 to complete your research.
Apart from a rather strange reference to Tiny Tim, it is jolly good fun
A lot of forgotten names and rare colour pictures make the book
an optimum compendium in every sixties' library or record
It isn't a list of discographies, but a pictorial document of
a piece of pop/rock history with exaustive notes about every name.
Quasi excellent, but omitted one of the most important bands of
the Swingin'London: the Soft Machine. Great sin.
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