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on 6 May 2017
Good research must have been done beforte writing this lovely book.
An overview of the career of the Beatles, giving information on records and performances and background information.
Lovely pictures - as time went on more and more colour ones.
Book arrived well in time and I sure don't regret spending a little bit of money on it - cause the price really was nice!
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on 27 August 2017
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on 20 May 2017
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on 11 July 2017
Very prompt service very informative book.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 5 July 2016
For anyone interested in the day-to-day goings-on of the Beatles, from the earliest of engagements and initial introductions to the final break-up of the band, with everything - from 1957 to 1970 - included, this is a must-have book. It's a detailed and thorough guide to schedule of the Beatles - documenting their whole career.

Author Mark Lewisohn has compiled a comprehensive account of every event the Beatles attended - from an all-night session of live music at the Cavern Club on Saturday 5th August 1961 (sharing the bill with jazz trumpeter Kenny Ball) to remaking the stereo mixes of the track 'Cold Turkey' between 8pm and midnight on Monday 29th September 1969. The collection of facts is incredible.

Alongside the daily guide, there are photos and copies of important notes and documents that - in some way - help characterise and define the Beatles. It's all presented chronologically. It's well-written and nicely presented. If you're a fan of the Beatles, I recommend this book.
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on 16 October 1999
It's really the Best book about the Beatles recordings. Many other authors have made great jobs. Most of them worked on available bootlegs, but EMI allowed Mark Lewisohn to listen to the Abbey Road masters and mixes. Therefore, his work is no guess.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 5 July 2016
For anyone interested in the day-to-day goings-on of the Beatles, from the earliest of engagements and initial introductions to the final break-up of the band, with everything - from 1957 to 1970 - included, this is a must-have book. It's a detailed and thorough guide to schedule of the Beatles - documenting their whole career.

Author Mark Lewisohn has compiled a comprehensive account of every event the Beatles attended - from an all-night session of live music at the Cavern Club on Saturday 5th August 1961 (sharing the bill with jazz trumpeter Kenny Ball) to remaking the stereo mixes of the track 'Cold Turkey' between 8pm and midnight on Monday 29th September 1969. The collection of facts is incredible.

Alongside the daily guide, there are photos and copies of important notes and documents that - in some way - help characterise and define the Beatles. It's all presented chronologically. It's well-written and nicely presented. If you're a fan of the Beatles, I recommend this book.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 5 July 2016
For anyone interested in the day-to-day goings-on of the Beatles, from the earliest of engagements and initial introductions to the final break-up of the band, with everything - from 1957 to 1970 - included, this is a must-have book. It's a detailed and thorough guide to schedule of the Beatles - documenting their whole career.

Author Mark Lewisohn has compiled a comprehensive account of every event the Beatles attended - from an all-night session of live music at the Cavern Club on Saturday 5th August 1961 (sharing the bill with jazz trumpeter Kenny Ball) to remaking the stereo mixes of the track 'Cold Turkey' between 8pm and midnight on Monday 29th September 1969. The collection of facts is incredible.

Alongside the daily guide, there are photos and copies of important notes and documents that - in some way - help characterise and define the Beatles. It's all presented chronologically. It's well-written and nicely presented. If you're a fan of the Beatles, I recommend this book.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 5 July 2016
For anyone interested in the day-to-day goings-on of the Beatles, from the earliest of engagements and initial introductions to the final break-up of the band, with everything - from 1957 to 1970 - included, this is a must-have book. It's a detailed and thorough guide to schedule of the Beatles - documenting their whole career.

Author Mark Lewisohn has compiled a comprehensive account of every event the Beatles attended - from an all-night session of live music at the Cavern Club on Saturday 5th August 1961 (sharing the bill with jazz trumpeter Kenny Ball) to remaking the stereo mixes of the track 'Cold Turkey' between 8pm and midnight on Monday 29th September 1969. The collection of facts is incredible.

Alongside the daily guide, there are photos and copies of important notes and documents that - in some way - help characterise and define the Beatles. It's all presented chronologically. It's well-written and nicely presented. If you're a fan of the Beatles, I recommend this book.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 5 July 2016
For anyone interested in the day-to-day goings-on of the Beatles, from the earliest of engagements and initial introductions to the final break-up of the band, with everything - from 1957 to 1970 - included, this is a must-have book. It's a detailed and thorough guide to schedule of the Beatles - documenting their whole career.

Author Mark Lewisohn has compiled a comprehensive account of every event the Beatles attended - from an all-night session of live music at the Cavern Club on Saturday 5th August 1961 (sharing the bill with jazz trumpeter Kenny Ball) to remaking the stereo mixes of the track 'Cold Turkey' between 8pm and midnight on Monday 29th September 1969. The collection of facts is incredible.

Alongside the daily guide, there are photos and copies of important notes and documents that - in some way - help characterise and define the Beatles. It's all presented chronologically. It's well-written and nicely presented. If you're a fan of the Beatles, I recommend this book.
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