‘Who gave the drugs to the Beatles? I didn’t invent those things. I bought it from someone who got it from somebody. We never invented the stuff.’ – John Lennon
The only full-length study of the Beatles and drugs, Riding So High documents the Beatles’ extraordinary odyssey from teenage drinking and pill-popping, to cannabis, LSD, the psychedelic Summer of Love and the darkness beyond.
This story imagines the possibilities of a world where John Lennon is alive. It is set in 1997; John has been living safe and well in a parallel universe, but finds himself transported to this world. It charts his journey to reconnect with friends and family whom have believed him dead for the past seventeen years. Essentially, this is a story about love and loss and what might have been.
This is, like the others, a mini-biography of one the greatest performers in the music world. This is the third of a series within a series covering the four members of, arguably, the greatest group in music history, The Beatles. This book is not about the Beatles. This book is about the life and music of George Harrison as an individual and as a solo performer.
This is, like the others, a mini-biography of one the greatest performers in the music world. This is the fourth of a series within a series covering the
four members of, arguably, the greatest group in music history, The Beatles. This book is not about the Beatles. This book concentrates on Ringo Starr and the life and music of Ringo as an individual and as a solo performer.
Welcome to another in the Legends of Rock & Roll series.
This is, like the others, a mini-biography of one the greatest performers in the music world, John Lennon.
However, this book is not about the Beatles.
While I know that you can’t write about John Lennon without considering the Beatles, the emphasis of this book is not the Beatles, but instead, the life and music of John Lennon, himself.
Nowhere Man is an intimate journey through Lennon’s last years, carrying us from his self-imposed seclusion to his re-entry into public life with the making of Double Fantasy. The portrait that emerges is a life during a time of turmoil that is just reaching creative renewal, only to be cut short by an act of delusional violence.
Beatles Michiana features every venue in which any member of The Beatles played from 1964 to today, with places they stayed and visited in Detroit, Indianapolis, and the rest of Michigan and Indiana. Detailed directions by car, images of each Beatles site, sketch maps marking exact locations, and connection to Beatles history. Explore the Beatles by Exploring Michiana with Beatles Michiana!
Sculpturer David Webster's bigger than life statues of the Fab Four...Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and John Lennon. All four 7 foot tall statues appear on the front of the historic "Hard Days Night Hotel" as they appeared in the 1970s after their breakup.
This is a true story written by Dee Elias revealing her teenage escapades and her crazy idea meet the Beatles! Her illustrations reflect a comic relief to a very emotional time for Dee and her friends as they plotted and schemed to meet John, Paul, George and Ringo during the time of love and innocence in America in the mid-1960s.
Beatles France features >40 Beatles sites in Paris, Lyon, Nice, Monaco, and beyond. Detailed directions by train or by car from central stations. Easy-to-read line maps marking exact locations of Beatles sites and images for street-level recognition. Story of each site from Beatles history, from 1961 until today, including solo appearances. Explore the Beatles by Exploring Beatles France!