Forget souvenirs: The Beatles brought back a ton of musical ideas from their time in India. And etched them out in a single day at George Harrison’s home studio. Ken Womack, one of our resident Beatles experts, shares what went down in Esher.
David Crosby and Neil Young have two memoirs each. So who hasn’t written one? Graham Nash or Stephen Stills? As to those who do tell all, drugs, ex-lovers, politics, and model trains all come into play.
The Beatles were initially a terrible fit for the jazz-oriented Cavern Club but they soon took Liverpool by storm and eventually made this underground club an important landmark in pop music history.
Noted Beatles authority Scott Freiman goes deep on four albums from the Fab Four, uncovering trivia and sharing insights. Local and national press are praising his fascinating work on such landmark LPs as “Revolver,” “Sgt. Pepper’s,” “Rubber Soul” and“The White Album.”
After an angry bar owner fired them, Kath took the reins of the band – and ultimately launched them into the Top 40.