Hailed as one of the most in-depth portraits ever presented of a band, Get Back traces-in an incredible minute-by-minute re-creation-every move that the Beatles made during the making of their ill-fated Let It Be album and film in January 1969. The friction that formed within the band during these recording sessions is chronicled here in closely observed detail, and the result is an extraordinarily intimate look at the Beatles and their music during their most difficult period. For years people have asked why the Beatles broke up; here, finally, is the answer.
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"Monumental...A most remarkable look inside the inner world of the Beatles." --Goldmine
"Along with the [Mark] Lewisohn books, the most valuable Beatles volume put out in recent years...It's a must for all Beatlefans." --Beatlefan
"Painstakingly thorough...reveals glimpses of the Beatles' remarkable ensemble talent even in the face of self-made adversity...The pictures painted of the Beatles' working habits at this late stage are among the book's greatest assets." --Pulse
"Fascinating reading...as thorough a look at the fabled sessions as we're likely to get." --Orange County Register
"This book will long remain an invaluable, dog-eared source of the 'Get Back' sessions, as fans and scholars alike puzzle over the disintegration of a historical and influential group...[An] impressive and welcome pop culture anthropology." --Popular MusicAbout the Author:
Doug Sulpy publishes the Beatles magazine The 910; he has written for Goldmine and Musician.
Ray Schweighardt published the Beatles newsletter; How Do You Do It?; he writes for The 910 and other publications. Both live in New Jersey.
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Descripción St. Martin's Griffin, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110312199813