Between September 1969 and April 1970, The Beatles broke up. This book, the fourth instalment of the A Is For Apple series, traces developments after the release of their last recorded LP, Abbey Road, up until April 1970 when Paul McCartney finally announced that he had quit the group. The momentum of those seven months
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To all of you who visited our website due to the kind words Andrew from Parlogram had to say about the book The Beatles Mach Schau In Hamburg by Thorsten Knublauch: We are sorry, but the book has sold out and will not be reprinted!
Records, CDs and Music reviewed the book Vinylology. Click here to read the blog.
23 June 2021 – Reviews for The Beatles Mach Schau In Hamburg Beatlefan #250, USA German edition of Rolling Stone, July 2021 English translation: That the Beatles developed from a school band to a charismatic and musical tight unit accelerated by the red lights of St. Pauli has become part of general pop knowledge. But
9 October 2020 – Tales of Love and Defiance Apcor’s in-house translator/corrector Michael Carpenter is not only a wizard when it comes to kneading our warped writings into coherent English so we (and you readers) should all be thankful for that, otherwise the Apcor books would be making half as much sense as they do now.