The Beatles: An Illustrated Record

  • Title: The Beatles: An Illustrated Record
  • Author: Roy Carr Tony Tyler
  • ISBN: 9780517520451
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Beatles An Illustrated Record The first and only complete critical guide to all the Beatle recordings ever made including bootlegs with a dazzling pictorial record of their lives loves quarrels and lawsuits Compiled and written
    The first and only complete critical guide to all the Beatle recordings ever made including bootlegs with a dazzling pictorial record of their lives, loves, quarrels and lawsuits Compiled and written by New Musical Express editors Roy Carr and Tony Tyler, with over 200 illustrations, a complete diary, selected quotes and all possible recording details.

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    768 Comments


    1. I think I read this book about 10,000 times growing up. I learned so much from this book that I've never heard, read or listened anywhere else about The Beatles. You will never, ever need any other book about The Beatles, unless you are looking for gossip.It is the perfect book for someone merely just curious about The Beatles or an enthusiast. For someone not particularly crazy about The Beatles, this is perfect because every Beatles album, as a group and all solo albums, are perfectly summariz [...]

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    2. This was my favorite book when I was a kid! I still think about it when I listen to Beatles music and remember it fondly.

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    3. This was the second book I bought about The Beatles, the first being Hunter Davies' authorised biography. The Illustrated Record is brilliantly set out - the critiques are knowledgeable and always insightful, while the use of LP dimensions to accommodate full size pictures of Beatles album covers was a stroke of genius. However, I have to say, in terms of depth this just doesn't compare to Ian MacDonald's opus, Revolution in the Head. It's a masterpiece and the last word in Beatles analysis.

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    4. It's kinda strange to write this, but this book changed my life!I grew up with the Beatles, and while I always enjoyed their music when I heard it on the radio, I never had the urge to buy a single, much less an ALBUM, and pretty much stopped paying attention to them after "Hey Jude". I don't even remember the day when I heard they split up.But one day in the summer of 1975a local Cleveland radio station began promoting a "Beatles Weekend" where they would play a Beatles song every 1/2 hour. For [...]

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    5. These authors are SERIOUS assholes. Moronic opinions abound in this limp-cover farce by Roy Carr and Tony Tyler. Lies about Paul. Even stating "factually" that Linda Eastman's family is of the Eastman KODAK company lol! (Yes, I have an older copy doubt ammended by now desperate attempt to hide the fact of how stupid these authors are). Absolutely astounding, that this book has this many stars. Just goes to show how stupid and gullible most people in this world are.

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