Steve Turner Beatles 66 [Large Print]

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Beatles 66 [Large Print]

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A pleasing romp through the Beatles annus mirabilis...Turner does a nice job of capturing them at their best. --Kirkus Reviews" Reading Beatles 66, I m right there-and where else would you want to be if you love music? --Bono" 1966 was a crucial year in the Beatles amazing journey from being the Fab Four to becoming the princes of psychedelia...By concentrating on just this one year, Steve Turner has been able to examine every influence, document every detail, and fit the jigsaw together. An extraordinary achievement. --Barry Miles, author of Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now and In the Sixties" 1966 was the year of my marriage to George, our first visit to India, and the Beatles last concert. It was a really exciting time of innovation and exploration- the world, our oyster. Everything is captured most vividly and in such detail in this book. --Pattie Boyd" A fascinating dissection of these best and worst of times for the Beatles. Steve Turner s research is impressive. --Philip Norman, author of Shout! The True Story of the Beatles, John Lennon: The Life, and Paul McCartney: The Biography" The most comprehensive coverage of Revolver and the events in the Beatles lives and times in 1966. Splendid! --Tony Bramwell, author of Magical Mystery Tours: My Life with the Beatles" Turner succeeds in creating an illuminating portrait of the Beatles, both as a band and as individual artists. --Publishers Weekly" This book guides Beatles fans through that year in an engaging, interesting and compelling way. Beatles 66 is a major achievement-for Beatles fans, yes of course, but also for anyone interested in how creativity works and is affected by its surroundings. --New York Journal of Books" Turner s well-researched, in-depth, quote- and photo-filled pr?cis will thrill all Beatles fans. --Booklist" What music journalist Turner brings...is fantastic access (the book draws upon his interviews with The Beatles, as well as producer George Martin and George Harrison s mentor Ravi Shankar) and an extraordinary, Peter Guralnick-like (Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley) attention to detail. --USA Today" Turner tackles the year from all angles, incorporating a wealth of source material and new quotes from people involved to shed some fresh light on these incidents . . . This book is the work of an expert, and expertly written at that. --Paste Magazine" A wonderfully compelling look into the year that changed everything for the band. --BookPage" This is a Beatles book to read many times. An extraordinary book. --Beatles Magazine" "A pleasing romp through the Beatles' annus mirabilis...Turner does a nice job of capturing them at their best."--Kirkus Reviews "Reading Beatles '66, I'm right there-and where else would you want to be if you love music?"--Bono "1966 was a crucial year in the Beatles' amazing journey from being the Fab Four to becoming the princes of psychedelia...By concentrating on just this one year, Steve Turner has been able to examine every influence, document every detail, and fit the jigsaw together. An extraordinary achievement."--Barry Miles, author of Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now and In the Sixties "1966 was the year of my marriage to George, our first visit to India, and the Beatles' last concert. It was a really exciting time of innovation and exploration- the world, our oyster. Everything is captured most vividly and in such detail in this book. "--Pattie Boyd "A fascinating dissection of these best and worst of times for the Beatles. Steve Turner's research is impressive."--Philip Norman, author of Shout! The True Story of the Beatles, John Lennon: The Life, and Paul McCartney: The Biography "The most comprehensive coverage of Revolver and the events in the Beatles' lives and times in 1966. Splendid!"--Tony Bramwell, author of Magical Mystery Tours: My Life with the Beatles "Turner succeeds in creating an illuminating portrait of the Beatles, both as a band and as individual artists."--Publishers Weekly "This book guides Beatles fans through that year in an engaging, interesting and compelling way. Beatles '66 is a major achievement-for Beatles fans, yes of course, but also for anyone interested in how creativity works and is affected by its surroundings."--New York Journal of Books "What music journalist Turner brings...is fantastic access (the book draws upon his interviews with The Beatles, as well as producer George Martin and George Harrison's mentor Ravi Shankar) and an extraordinary, Peter Guralnick-like (Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley) attention to detail."--USA Today "Turner tackles the year from all angles, incorporating a wealth of source material and new quotes from people involved to shed some fresh light on these incidents . . . This book is the work of an expert, and expertly written at that."--Paste Magazine "A wonderfully compelling look into the year that changed everything for the band."--BookPage "This is a Beatles book to read many times. An extraordinary book."--Beatles Magazine "Turner's well-researched, in-depth, quote- and photo-filled precis will thrill all Beatles fans."--Booklist -A pleasing romp through the Beatles' annus mirabilis...Turner does a nice job of capturing them at their best.---Kirkus Reviews -Reading Beatles '66, I'm right there-and where else would you want to be if you love music?---Bono -1966 was a crucial year in the Beatles' amazing journey from being the Fab Four to becoming the princes of psychedelia...By concentrating on just this one year, Steve Turner has been able to examine every influence, document every detail, and fit the jigsaw together. An extraordinary achievement.---Barry Miles, author of Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now and In the Sixties -1966 was the year of my marriage to George, our first visit to India, and the Beatles' last concert. It was a really exciting time of innovation and exploration- the world, our oyster. Everything is captured most vividly and in such detail in this book. ---Pattie Boyd -A fascinating dissection of these best and worst of times for the Beatles. Steve Turner's research is impressive.---Philip Norman, author of Shout! The True Story of the Beatles, John Lennon: The Life, and Paul McCartney: The Biography -The most comprehensive coverage of Revolver and the events in the Beatles' lives and times in 1966. Splendid!---Tony Bramwell, author of Magical Mystery Tours: My Life with the Beatles -Turner succeeds in creating an illuminating portrait of the Beatles, both as a band and as individual artists.---Publishers Weekly -This book guides Beatles fans through that year in an engaging, interesting and compelling way. Beatles '66 is a major achievement-for Beatles fans, yes of course, but also for anyone interested in how creativity works and is affected by its surroundings.---New York Journal of Books -Turner's well-researched, in-depth, quote- and photo-filled precis will thrill all Beatles fans.---Booklist -What music journalist Turner brings...is fantastic access (the book draws upon his interviews with The Beatles, as well as producer George Martin and George Harrison's mentor Ravi Shankar) and an extraordinary, Peter Guralnick-like (Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley) attention to detail.---USA Today -Turner tackles the year from all angles, incorporating a wealth of source material and new quotes from people involved to shed some fresh light on these incidents . . . This book is the work of an expert, and expertly written at that.---Paste Magazine -A wonderfully compelling look into the year that changed everything for the band.---BookPage -This is a Beatles book to read many times. An extraordinary book.---Beatles Magazine

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The year that changed everything for the Beatles was 1966-the year of their last concert and Revolver, their first album of songs not intended for live performance. This was the year the Beatles risked their popularity by retiring from the tour circuit, recording songs that explored alternative states of consciousness, experimenting with avant-garde ideas, and speaking their minds on issues of politics, war, and religion.On the fiftieth anniversary of this seminal year, music journal-ist and Beatles expert Steve Turner slows down the action to investigate in detail the enormous changes that took place in the Beatles' lives and work during 1966. By talking to those closest to the group and by drawing on his past interviews with the Beatles themselves and key figures such as George Martin, Timothy Leary, and Ravi Shankar, Turner gives us the definitive account of the twelve months that encompassed everything the Beatles had been and would yet become.

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