Ringo Starr was the genuine working-class member of the Beatles. Born into poverty in a tiny house in Liverpool's Dingle area, deserted by his father, he suffered years of illness which seriously affected his schoolwork. Despite having all the odds against him, he became one of the most famous people on the planet. "The Ringo Starr Encyclopedia" completes the "Virgin" series on the individual Beatles and in the most comprehensive book about Ringo Starr ever written.About the Author:
Author Bill Harry was the first person to write about the Beatles on a regular basis and has written more about them than any other writer. a friend of the group since their origin, he coined the phrase 'Mersey Beat' and launched the newspaper of the same name, a move wich led to Brian Epstein discovering the Beatles.
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