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Publisher's Summary

This is an audio album of interviews with each of the four members of The Beatles: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The wit of the Beatles shines through in these audio vignettes from the 1960s.

(P)2013 BN Publishing

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  • 09-18-13

Fewer interviews than you might think!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The title is misleading, it should more accurately be called Beatles Radio Publicity or something similar.

What was most disappointing about the authors’s story?

There were few actual interviews. Much of the recording was descriptions of concert venues by reporters, or discussions with fans. This is not to say that there weren't some entertaining pieces of interviews with the Beatles.

Did uncredited do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

At least one of the interviews was not clarified. I presume it was Brian Epstein, but the interviewee was never identified.

Any additional comments?

The interviews and concert coverage were completely out of chronological order, the recordings began with the Beatles last American tour in 1966 and the controversy surrounding a comment by John Lennon about religion, then bounced around from year to year and country to country. Half the time it was not made clear the year or country where the segment took place.