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The Beatles: All These Years / Vol one of biography announced

The Beatles / All These Years / Tune In biography

Mark Lewisohn – generally acknowledged as one of the world’s foremost Beatles historians – releases volume one of a three part fab four biography in autumn 2013.

The series is titled All These Years and the first book is being called Tune In. This volume will examine the formative pre-fame years, the teenage years, the Liverpool and Hamburg years.

The publishers, Little Brown, claim that Lewisohn’s work is “certain to become the lasting word” on the band. This remains to be seen, but Beatles fanatics will already own some of his work, such as The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions, which is a superlative reference guide, and fairly much a Beatles ‘bible’ to many fans.

You can keep up to date with the lastest news at thebeatlesbiography.com

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10 responses to The Beatles: All These Years / Vol one of biography announced

  1. Rich Morgan says:

    That cover is absolutely awful!

  2. Tim Larkham says:

    Never judge a book by its cover. ;)

    It’s going to be interesting to read what Lewisohn finds new to write about. I’ve read many books about The Beatles and I’m confident that they’ve already covered pretty much every aspect of their career. I say this having written my dissertation on the fab four!

    Anyhow, despite the cover, I shall be buying this.

  3. Jason Mackay says:

    The cover isn’t respective of The Beatles. It should be their official logo with Apple underneath.Love Marks work, but the cover isn’t official enough to represent the greatest band of all time.

    • Robert says:

      The video teaser on his site mentions the book as being unauthorized, so it makes sense to me that the cover wouldn’t feature the usual Beatles / Apple visual signifiers.

  4. Gary says:

    The big question is what is the exteneded edition about? It’s 100 notes more expensive, so it should be something bloody amazing. Shouldn’t it?

  5. Johnny says:

    I’ve ordered the standard edition – as much as I would love the Deluxe Edition, I can’t justify the £120 price tag.

  6. Bill says:

    I ordered the deluxe to reserve a copy, subject to details emerging about what makes it special. I will cancel the order if it turns out not to be so…deluxe.

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  8. Geert De Wilde says:

    Deluxe mammoth down to £75.00 on Amazon!

  9. Mike says:

    does anyone know if the deluxe, extended edition will also be pub. in the USA? Amazon in the USA lists it ONLY as a Kindle ed.?! & yes, that cover image is truly atrocious!

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