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"You Never Give Me Your Money" by Peter Doggett
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I'd find it easier to write a top 10 - I don't think I have an absolute favourite. So here goes, in no particular order.

  • Revolution In The Head by Ian MacDonald
  • Anthology by The Beatles
  • The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions by Mark Lewisohn
  • Love Me Do by Michael Braun
  • You Never Give Me Your Money by Peter Doggett
  • All We Are Saying by David Sheff
  • Lennon Remembers by Jann S Wenner
  • Recording The Beatles by Kevin Ryan and Brian Kehew
  • Beatles Gear by Andy Babiuk
  • The Unreleased Beatles by Richie Unterberger
I think that's it, anyway. There are a few bubbling under that are really good, but I'd be here all day.

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14 August 2011
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I just read You Never Give Me Your Money for the second time - it is even better the second time. If you've read it, read it again - you'll retain much more.

It's number one Beatle book for me - but I have read Revolution in the Head yet.

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15 September 2011
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29 September 2011
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I really want to read this book.. But bookstores here are lousy! I asked the store to order to book last week and still waiting for them to call and tell me if they even found it!


I think I should get it through Amazon or eBay..


Something was mentioned in this thread I guess about George calling Paul Krishna, or something.. Can't remember exactly but I remember this quote made me laugh so much, and want to read this book even more.. I love you George a-hard-days-night-george-5

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robert said:

I just read You Never Give Me Your Money for the second time - it is even better the second time. If you've read it, read it again - you'll retain much more.

It's number one Beatle book for me - but I have read Revolution in the Head yet.

I don't know why it is better the second time, but you are absolutely correct. I just finished my second reading of it last night. As I told "Into the Sky with Diamonds" this morning, I found it light years better the second time around. I am very glad you suggested it, robert - thanks.


PennyLane said:

I need to reread this book.

Yes you do!a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

To the fountain of perpetual mirth, Let it roll for all its worth.

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21 August 2012
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Finally got hold of this book, thanks to my new library card!

Verdict: Well, I'm only nearly halfway done, but I'm glad I didn't pay money for it. Because I only started it last night, and I wouldn't wanna pay big money for a book I'm gonna finish in about two days! Needless to say, that first half has been really enjoyable and unputdownable. Fascinating to read the full ins & outs of the various financial entanglements; really, I was practically laughing at how convoluted the whole thing got. Also the absurdity of Allen Klein finally getting his hooks into the band at the precise moment they're self-destructing - remininscent of those stories of bank robbers with explosives who manage to destroy all the money along with the safe.

Can't wait to read further...

One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!" -- Paul McCartney
27 August 2012
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