When They Were Boys - Larry Kane

When They Were Boys by Larry Kane is the story of the Beatles' harrowing rise to fame: focusing on that seven-year stretch from the time the boys met as teenagers to early 1964, when the Fab Four made their momentous first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." From the boys' humble beginnings in Liverpool, to the cellars of Hamburg, "When They Were Boys" includes stories never before told, including the heartbreaks and the lucky breaks. Included are an eyewitness account of that first meeting between Lennon and McCartney, the inside story of how Ringo replaced Pete Best, an exploration of the brilliant but troubled soul of manager Brian Epstein, and the real scoop on their disastrous first visit to Germany and the death of Stu Sutcliffe. With an eye for life in Liverpool during the 50's and 60's and over 65 eyewitness accounts from those closest to the Beatles, Larry Kane brings to life the evolution of the group that changed music forever.

Book Title: 

When They Were Boys

Subtitle: 

The true story of the Beatles' rise to the top

Author: 

Kane, Larry

Publisher: 

Running Press

Edition: 

First

Year Published: 

2013

Binding: 

Soft cover

ISBN: 

9781611291636

Pages: 

395

Condition: 

Remaindered, fine

Dimensions: 

21 × 14 × 3 cm

Book Weight: 

0.727 kg

Price: 

ZAR85.00 

In Stock: 

3
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