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Save the Beatles!: The Rescued Albums: 1970-1982

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The Beatles made music within a virtuous circle, together reaching heights that none of them could alone. Then, in a flash, that circle collapsed, and the solo years which followed were patchy, indeed.

But a secret has been hiding in plain sight ever since: John, Paul, George and Ringo still could have elevated each other from afar by recording separately and releasing toge
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Paperback, 618 pages
Published April 10th 2020 by Lowell Prescott
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Luke Edwards
Every Beatles fan has speculated at some point about what their albums would have sounded like if they hadn’t split up. Making playlists imagining what a mid-70s Beatles line up would have been like is indeed a great way to pass the time. The book’s author Rick Prescott does this with a keen forensic eye and makes a very noble attempt, even if at times I doubt he gets it 100% right.

The assumption that The Beatles would have made another double LP like ‘The White Album’ in 1970 is somewhat doubt
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