The Beatles Off The Record is the most comprehensive oral history of The Beatles ever published - an 'as it happened' story of the greatest pop group of them all. Featuring a wealth of quotes from the Sixties by John, Paul, George and Ringo themselves and a host of others who were close to the group during the heady days of Beatlemania and beyond, including their families, fellow musicians, Brian Epstein, George Martin and dozens more. As Hunter Davis, The Beatles official biographer, states in his foreword; ...compared with some of The Beatles' later selective and polished or faulty and fading memories, this is much nearer the truth. Well, as it appeared to be, at the time...aEveryone thinks wea#39;re more popular now in America than in Britain. But ita#39;s not true. Americaa#39;s bigger thata#39;s all. Of course wea#39;ve got fewer fans over here, but there arena#39;t so many people, are there? But we loved America. It was great, fab gearanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Beatles: Off the Record|
|Publisher||:||Omnibus Press - 2009-12-09|