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Sgt. Pepper at Fifty: The Mood, the Look, the Sound, the Legacy of the Beatles' Great Masterpiece


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Bill DeMain has written for publications including MOJO, Classic Rock, Musician, Entertainment Weekly, Mental Floss, and Performing Songwriter. He's also contributed essays to several books, including The Beatles: Ten Years That Shook The World (DK), The History of Rock (Parragon), The MOJO Collection (Canongate), and more.
Mike McInnerney was among the leading British designers and counterculture activists of the sixties. He was art editor of leading British counterculture newspaper the International Times, and designed posters and album covers for many of the biggest names of the time, including The Who.
Gillian G. Gaar has written for numerous publications, including Mojo, Rolling Stone, and Goldmine. Her previous books include 100 Things Beatles Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die (Triumph Books), Boss: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band (Voyageur), and Elvis the King: The Authorized Book from the Graceland Archives (Carlton). The first Beatle she saw in concert was Paul McCartney, June 10, 1976, at the Kingdome. She lives in Seattle.

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