Brand new OOP hardcover of this rare highly sought book. THE BEATLES
RECORDING SESSIONS The Official Story of the Abbey Road years 1962 - 1970 One of
the most important documentaries on rock music ever published, this is EMI
Records' official diary-format history of every Beatles recording session. "A
definitive account of the Fab Four at work from 1962 to 1970." - Musician "With
this wealth of detail, Mr Lewisohn vividly conveys a sense of the atmosphere at
the sessions and shows how the band evolved during its brief but productive
recording career." - New York Times "It's the next best thing to a new Beatles
album." - Boston Globe "It is an absolute must for hardcore Beatles fans, surely
the best book on the Fab Four in well over a decade." - Gainsville Sun. The
Beatles: Recording Sessions is EMI Records' official diary-format history of
every Beatles recording session, from the first in 1962, when the group was
auditioned, to the last recordings in 1970, shortly before the Beatles split up.
Introduced by a rare and exclusive interview with Paul McCartney. Researched
from hundreds of unreleased Abbey Road archive tapes, thousands of previously
unpublished studio documents, and interviews with scores of key recording
personnel. More than 350 full-color and black-and-white photographs and
illustrations, including rare photos by Linda McCartney and the first facsimile
reproductions of Abbey Road recording sheets, tape boxes, album-sleeve roughs,
memos, contracts, press releases, and much more. Author Mark Lewisohn has long
been recognized as the leading authority on the Beatles, his books on the Fab
Four include the definitive Complete Beatles Chronicle. Based in Hertfordshire,
England, he also writes for a number of magazine publications.
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