Spencer Leigh was born in Liverpool, the birthplace of the Beatles. His program On the Beat has been broadcast on BBC Radio Merseyside for more than 25 years, and he has contributed to several BBC music documentaries. He is the author of The Beatles in Hamburg: The Stories, the Scene, and How It All Began; The Cavern: The Most Famous Club in the World; Everyday: Getting Closer to Buddy Holly; Tomorrow Never Knows: The Beatles on Record; and The Walrus Was Ringo: 101 Beatles Myths Debunked. He writes for the Independent and has contributed to Country Music People, Now Dig This, and Record Collector.
A VERY INTERESTING BOOK ABOUT THE BEATLES . IT SHOWS YOU ALL OF PLACES THAT WERE IMPORTANT FROM BIRTH TO THE EARLY YEARS AS THE BEATLES. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.Published 1 month ago by Tyler A. McDonald
A little disjointed. What was worse is the poor contrast of the print, making it difficult to read. Many of the pages are printed on colored paper. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Otto
I enjoyed the book VERY MUCH. Knowing much about the Beatles, it was really fun to see so many cool photos, ticket stubs, posters, etc, to add some visuals to all the things we... Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by Daniel Mantey