The Beatles in Hamburg
The Beatles in Hamburg is the first detailed, objective analysis of the
events and personalities that shaped The Beatles as performers, composers and musicians, and the role that Hamburg itself played in their remarkable story. Ian Inglis illuminates this obscure period in Beatles history, providing a revealing view of a crucial, formative period for the group. Written by one of the world’s leading scholars of The Beatles and their music, the book will be of immense interest to fans of the group, as well as those interested in the history of popular music and the social history of the 1960s.
| May 2012 | REAKTION BOOKS
| Out of stock | GEN