John, Paul, George . . . and Pete. Few people know much about the Beatles original drummer, Pete Best. His career with the Beatles spanned the riotous Hamburg club days, and the zenith of the Cavern gigs, only to be cut short just before the group hit the big time. His book gives a unique insight into the formative years of the worlds greatest pop group.
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'It reads well and... - rare for a rock book these days - ...care and preparation went into it.' -- Melody Maker
'The Pete Best Story by Pete Best & Patrick Doncaster is a must for all fans of the Fab Four.' -- Woman's Own
'This is the first book by one of the original Beatles to describe in candid detail those early years' -- The News Line
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Descripción Plexus, London, 1985. Black Board, gilt Type. Estado de conservación: Good. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine. First Edition, First Printing. Very rare, hard to find first edition.Ex library. Scuff marks on book pastedowns where protective cover to jacket was stuck, with faint offset tan vertical line on endpapers. Jacket not priceclipped in Near Fine condition as was protected, very bright, tight and clean.Small surface crease on front near spine, merest shelfwear to spine extremities. Over 100 illustrations.Blank white labels on ffep and verso, to obliterate library sale stamps.Ditto 1 on title page.All otherwise clean, tight and bright as before.The only hardback first editon copy on the internet. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Hard Cover. Nº de ref. de la librería 005070