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Mark Lewisohn: The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions
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Wow, that's expensive. I saw a new copy in my local Borders before it closed down.

Have you seen these? http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer.....ition=used
I wouldn't worry about them being slightly used. If your copy gets as much use as mine has a few creases here and there are nothing to worry about.

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When is the first Part of the Lewisohn Trilogy coming out? It was supposed to have come out this year but I can't find any info
Help please

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Choking Smoker - check out Beatles Gear by Andy Babiuk. It doesn't detail the instruments used for every single song, but does go through pretty much everything they played on from the early years to 1970. It's a very good book. I think ML wrote the introduction, and explained that after publishing Sessions he got a lot of correspondence from people wanting to know about the instruments etc. Because that's not his field of expertise he was unable to write about it, but said Andy Babiuk's book filled in most of the gaps.

Necko - the Sessions book has never been updated as far as I know. Since it came out in the 1980s a lot of new information has come to light. I'm trying to incorporate as much as possible into my Beatles history section (currently complete up to February 1967).

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