Love Me Do! The Beatles' Progress

Love Me Do The Beatles Progress The best book about the Beatles according to Rolling Stone magazine which went on to say This is as close to a Beatles ride along as you ll get John Lennon said A true book He wrote how we were

  • Title: Love Me Do! The Beatles' Progress
  • Author: Michael Braun
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The 1 best book about the Beatles, according to Rolling Stone magazine, which went on to say This is as close to a Beatles ride along as you ll get John Lennon said, A true book He wrote how we were, which was bastards The year is 1963 and Love Me Do is the Beatles first number one hit, closely followed by Please Please Me John, Paul, George and Ringo celebraThe 1 best book about the Beatles, according to Rolling Stone magazine, which went on to say This is as close to a Beatles ride along as you ll get John Lennon said, A true book He wrote how we were, which was bastards The year is 1963 and Love Me Do is the Beatles first number one hit, closely followed by Please Please Me John, Paul, George and Ringo celebrate their new found success with a hectic six week tour, briefly interrupted by an historic live appearance at the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium This is the beginning of Beatlemania and American writer, Mike Braun, is there to chronicle events and watch as the drama unfolds A year later, The Beatles are the world s biggest pop group This book details what really happened in those first magic weeks.

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      Published :2018-06-05T11:56:51+00:00

    1 thought on “Love Me Do! The Beatles' Progress”

    1. A nice little book about the Beatles on the cusp of global stardom. I am just now catching up on my pop-culture knowledge by actually reading and studying and I really enjoyed this book and that it was written by someone who was there, at that time. So many details that I appreciated but hadn't known--that the Beatles were getting pelted with Jelly Baby candies on stage, that they women were screaming so loudly that you couldn't even hear them perform, that even diplomats lost their cool in the [...]

    2. A good read from someone who’s read lots of Beatle booksI can see why this book was not well accepted when it was first published. It does not embrace the superficial style of books and articles about the Beatle that were written in 1964. It is journalistically factual in chronicling this early part of Beatle history - pre and concurrent to their US arrival.

    3. From 1964. Essential reading for any Beatles fan. Only available as a digital release, out of print for years. An excellent portrait of the Beatles on the road. John Lennon said it was the best book about the Beatles when interviewed in 1970. He was right.

    4. Many insights into the Beatlemania phenomenon and how it was perceived by journalists, politicians et al. I only wish it were a longer book (!) but it took me back to the excitement of waiting for the next Beatle single - and for that I am grateful.

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