Revolution in the Head: The Beatles' Records and the Sixties (Third Edition, Third)

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Price
$18.95  $17.43
Publisher
Chicago Review Press
Publish Date
Pages
515
Dimensions
5.04 X 1.05 X 7.76 inches | 1.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781556527333
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About the Author

Ian MacDonald was a songwriter, a record producer, and the author of The Beatles at No. 1, The New Shostakovich, and The People's Music. He died in 2003.

Reviews

"I have worn out three--yes three--copies." --newscritics.com
"A valuable resource." --newsblaze.com
"A triumph--compelling, seductive, delightful." --Nick Hornby, author, High Fidelity
"A brilliant electrical storm of a book." --Newsweek
"The most astute piece of Fabs exegesis ever published--brilliant on the group's triumphs, refreshingly scathing about its shortcomings . . . One of the twenty greatest rock & roll books." --Blender
"The finest piece of fabs scholarship ever published." --Mojo
"Among the few essential commentaries on their music and its meaning." --Shepherd Express
"Dipping into [this] book will make you want to rush to put on a set of good headphones and really listen to what MacDonald points out. . . . This is a great read both for old fans and younger generations seeking to see what the fuss was all about." -- Law Practice Magazine
"Every little thing is a gem in Ian MacDonald's mini-essay collection about the songs of the Fab Four." --The Guardian