New Book: One Two Three Four: The Beatles In Time, by Craig Brown.
No other band – has had the same cultural impact as The Beatles achieved.
There are 150 chapters, many very short, that explore a particular aspect of the group, from the band’s beginnings as The Quarrymen in 1957 to their 1970 split. There are detailed chapters on the sacking of drummer Pete Best and the group’s first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show.
But there are many imaginative touches too. Some chapters look at reproductions of fan letters.
Others are devoted to a Linda McCartney and Yoko Ono, to a public figure – Margaret Thatcher, Rolf Harris, Charles Manson – and how the Beatles affected their lives.
This brilliant writer brings the Fab Four’s personalities to glorious life in a book crammed with fascinating facts and intriguing ideas.
Get your copy here:
USA …. HERE.
UK ….. HERE.
FRANCE … HERE.
SPAIN … HERE.