Dark Horse tells the intensely personal tale of a man who referred to his tour of duty with the Beatles as "a nightmare". Included are exclusive interviews with George Harrison, John Lennon, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Tiny Tim, and many others, as well as rare archival material.
Known the world over as a tireless ambassador championing the plight of the downtrodden, disaffected and forgotten, Muhammad Ali is the compassionate giant of the boxing ring. Above and beyond perhaps any person of the twentieth century, Ali is almost universally recognized as one of the most important historic figures of his time.
Michael Jordan is not only the greatest basketball player of all time, but also an international figure and genuine role model. Jordan's inspirational story is one of intense personal struggle and unequaled success not only on the hardwood but also as a respected actor, international businessman, a compassionate humanitarian, and a loving son, husband, and father.
In the history of rock 'n' roll, only Elvis Aaron Presley can truly be called the King. It is a measure of his huge talent, his musical legacy and his personality that years after his death, he is still remembered and revered by legions of fans around the world. Listen to never before released interviews with Elvis and the people who knew him best.
The Grateful Dead mesmerized generations with their tribal rhythms and uninhibited performances. Through never-before-published interviews with music-industry insiders, Geoffrey Giuliano breaks through the curtain of silence surrounding the band's personal and professional lives to bring you the true story of The Grateful Dead in all its day-glow, mind-bending, colorful ups and downs.
"Not worth the listen"
From his threadbare early days in Tampico, Illinois - to his marathon career as an actor in Hollywood, to his eventual rise to the seat of ultimate power in Washington; Ronald Wilson Reagan, our witty, grandfatherly Commander in Chief, is revealed in this touching remembrance of one of our greatest American presidents. In these troubled times his easy charm and no-nonsense politics are a safe harbor for all those who admire this strong, resourceful, and sincere leader.
"It was good to hear him in his own voice."
A beloved global icon as well as an instrument of good in this often tragic world, Princess Diana will always be remembered for her overwhelming compassion and tireless efforts on behalf of others. Diana was first and foremost the people's princess. This heartfelt audio documentary features stirring interviews with the princess, her troubled prince, and the family and friends who knew her best.
Of the many living musical icons from the tempestuous 60s, Eric Clapton is perhaps the most enduring and talented. From his early stints with the Yardbirds and John Mayall as well as Cream and Blind Faith, Clapton has proven he is a blues master. Here is the untold story of the little boy from Ripley who rose through the ranks to become a true original.
In these ultra-rare interviews, Elvis speaks out for the first time on a wide variety of subjects including his sudden rise to fame, the star studded trappings of success and his topsy-turvy personal life. Here is an important audiobook to be treasured by anyone who calls themselves a fan of "The King".
"Elvis gives amzing candid revealing interviews"
Born into a working class family in Seattle, Jimi Hendrix had a tough time growing up. Eventually, however, he fell in love with the guitar, and the rest is music history. This title features never-before-heard interviews with Jimi Hendrix; Noel Redding; Jimi's family, including his father Al Hendrix; Jack Bruce, Denny Laine; and Paul McCartney.
More than just a heavy metal contender, Aerosmith has legitimized hard rock as a musical genre. Listen to the band recall their early beginnings and find out about their (mis)adventures on the road to incredible success.
"Lacks Depth and Detail"
Here is Joe DiMaggio, baseball's man for all seasons in a stunning new audio documentary. DiMaggio's life and times are chronicled here from the rough-and-ready streets of San Francisco to the shady winding lanes of Beverly Hills and, most importantly, the Yankee's gritty sawdust dugout. This stunning audio biography includes touching celebrity tributes to the gentle giant of American sports as well as rare interviews with the man himself. A must have for all true baseball fans.
Always the most musically commercial of the Beatles, Paul McCartney has been incredibly successful in his post-Beatles life as well. This audiobook follows the career of one of popular music's greatest composers/performers, from the early days in Liverpool to his latest world tour.
This is a uniquely personal portrait of perhaps the greatest singer/songwriter of our times. From his early days with the Quarry Men to his triumphs with the Beatles and their subsequent bitter split, here is a fascinating portrayal of an extraordinary man.
Here for the first time is a delightful audio documentary of this hard living, hard drinking, Yankee icon, featuring never before heard interviews and lively narration of his heady days as the Yankee's greatest treasure. In this exciting new audio biography of baseball's greatest gift to the world, Babe Ruth lives again in all his high living, hard slugging glory! A larger than life legend for the ages!
For the last 30 plus years, The Who have stood proudly as the defiant bad boys of rock 'n' roll. Here is the story of The Who by someone who has known them intimately since almost the very beginning - the real story behind the rocket-powered riffs, random destruction, broken dreams and rowdy musical rituals hammered out by them.
"Another Giuliano pastiche"