6 November 2010
The book is a re-edition of A Secret History: an Inside Account of The Beatles' Rise and Fall.
Alistair Taylor was the personal assistant on Brian Epstein, aka Mr Fix-it.
I bought the book today but haven't started it yet. I was just wondering if anybody else has read it, and what their thoughts were?
"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."
"When I cannot sing my heart, I can only speak my mind."
I haven't. Take what he says about Raymond Jones with a pinch of salt though - from what I can gather (from Ray himself and Liverpool writer Spencer Leigh) Taylor told a few mistruths about that whole episode, claiming he was in fact RJ. I don't know anything about the book itself though.
12 August 2011
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