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John, Paul, George, Ringo and Me: The Real Beatles Story

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Liverpool-born author Tony Barrow worked beside The Beatles as the world-famous group's own public relations man through each exciting phase of their dazzling career in the sixties. His up-close-and-personal profiles of John, Paul, George, and Ringo probe their true personalities and reveal their amazing lifestyles as no other book has done Barrow gives a devastatingly hon ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published March 22nd 2006 by Da Capo Press (first published September 1st 2005)
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maricar
How to keep sane? Stop stressing about these titles...

Barrow’s account does not presume to tell the whole story. Implicit from the first page is an understanding that the reader has read at least one ‘comprehensive’ biography so that one could keep up with what part of the Beatles’ professional history as a band is being tackled (and yes, Barrow does shift timelines from time to time). Of course, whether or not the events he deigns to talk about are factual is going to be always a matter of deba
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Trebor
Tony was right there in the beginning and reveals quite a bit in this book. He actually worked for Brian Epstein. A candid look into some little or less known details and happenings in their quest to be "the topper most of the popper most".
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