This book provides an in depth look at the end of the Beatles career as a group, touching on such issues as why they split up and providing an up close analysis of each of their subsequent careers. With meticulous research, the authors have provided a behind the scenes look at this most famous of bands. An important chronicle of the end of an era that is a must read for any die hard Beatles fan. More
The Beatlend (The Beatles after the Beatles) is a fast and fascinating journey that begins with The Family Way, the first work of a Beatle (Paul McCartney) outside the group up until the historic date 09-09-09 where the entire discography of the Fab Four were re-issued and re-mastered, giving back to a global fanaticism that grows day by day. Along the way are the last days of The Beatles as a group, with details of the bitter separation and a meticulous description of the solo careers of the four members. Unique, written in a pleasant and almost conversational manner, The Beatlend (The Beatles after the Beatles) is a book that once started, is difficult to leave becoming a notable addiction. The journalist and musician Sergio Marchi and Fernando Blanco (both declared Beatle-fans) create a book that is informative but also interesting and entertaining. A book that not only tells the story of a resounding musical phenomenon of the twentieth century, but encourages us to dive into the solo careers and work of the four most influential musicians in Pop Culture of all time.