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Beatles London: The Ultimate Guide to Over 400 Beatles Sites in and Around London

Beatles London: The Ultimate Guide to Over 400 Beatles Sites in and Around London (Paperback)

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Where Did John, Paul and George try to post Ringo into a letterbox? Which railway stations were locations in 'A Hard Day's Night?' 'Where was 'I Am The Walrus' filmed? They may have been born in Liverpool, but London was the Beatles' home away from home; the place where they really grew into their roles as international musical and cultural icons. Subsequently, all over the city, there are sites which represent a significant shared moment in the history of the band, and that of London. "The Beatles London" is a celebration of those places, both a guide book and a treasure trove of Beatles' nuggets. This unique and fascinating book details how London and the Beatles were, and always be, connected together at the time of a great social and cultural shift. Originally published in 1994, this new edition has been full updated and reformatted, and includes a section on 'Beatles walks' to take across the capital.

Music & DanceMusic BooksMusic: styles & genresRock & Pop musicPhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesCultural StudiesPopular culture Publisher: Pavilion Books Publication Date: 25/03/2008 ISBN-13: 9781906032265  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Piet Schreuders, Mark Lewisohn and Adam Smith are renowned Beatleologists.

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