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Better Than Lennon, The Music And Talent Of Paul Mc Cartney

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Beginning the night of February 9, 1964, John Cherry was a Beatle fan. The group provided the best of music until their breakup in 1970. As solo artists, each Beatle continued to provide excellent music. Cherry makes the case that Paul McCartney was the most successful Beatle and the most successful solo artist from the group. The comparison is appropriately made to John L ...more
Paperback, 132 pages
Published September 18th 2009 by Peppertree Press
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Michelle Kaye
Oct 20, 2010 Michelle Kaye rated it really liked it
John Cherry, Author
Better Than Lennon: The Music and Talent of Paul McCartney
Peppertree Press, ISBN 978-1-936051-40-3
Non-Fiction-entertainment, music, musical analysis
130 pages
January 2010 Review for Bookpleasures
Reviewer-Michelle Kaye Malsbury, BSBM, MM
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John Cherry, author of Better Than Lennon: The Music and Talent of Paul McCartney, has spent twenty five years in the athletic department of the University of North Carolina. (2009, p.9) He has written one other book and is a self proclai
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Kathleen O'Mara
Jan 23, 2010 Kathleen O'Mara rated it liked it
Better than Lennon: The Music and Talent of Paul McCartney written by Paul McCartney fan extraordinaire John Cherry supports the argument that Paul McCartney was and continues to be the most successful solo artist to come out of the controversial group The Beatles.

Using quotes from friends & co-workers of the Beatles, John Cherry constructs his arguments by comparing the writing credits, sales numbers and placement of songs on the charts to convince the reader of his position.

Paul McCartne
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Freda Labianca
Feb 19, 2010 Freda Labianca rated it liked it
If you are a Lennon fan, than this book is not for you. The author of this book, not only titled it perfectly, but he clearly states he is a McCartney fan. This book, to me, is just a fan's strong viewpoints on the Beatles, as a group and individually, with some valid information thrown in to keep interest.
As for the content that was valuable, I learned a lot. I was a Beatles fan before, and yes a Lennon fan too, and will continue to be, but now I know more about their actual successes. I do wis
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