In its 240 pages, it tells the story of the creation of the Beatles’ Let It Be album.
The Beatles: come backIt is the first official book by the British band since then The Beatles excerpt (2000), on 12 October in the United Kingdom and other countries and on 13 October in Spanish.
employment Its 240 pages tell the story of the album’s creation Let it be by The Beatles (published 1970), through written conversations of over 120 hours of recording of the band’s studio sessions, edited by John Harris.
According to a statement released Friday by Libros Cúpula, the label of Planet GroupIt also contains hundreds of unpublished photos, including some signed by a famous rock music photographer Ethan A. contact and by Linda McCartney.
It also includes an introduction written by Peter JacksonWho directed the documentary that will be released with the same name At the end of November on Disney+.
Original conversations during three weeks of 1969 between JOh Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr It culminates in their historic final concert on the rooftop of their office building in Apple Corps, which would paralyze central London.
The general opinion is that these sessions were a dark time for a band that was collapsing, except for the novelist Hanif Qureshi GUARANTEED IN ENTER The Beatles: come back that “indeed, it was such a fruitful moment for them, when they created some of their best works.”
“Here we are honored to witness their first drafts, the mistakes, the twists and turns, the boredom, the excitement, the joy, and the sudden developments that led to the work we now know and admire.”, Add. (I)
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