Released 25th September 2010 (15th October Australia/New Zealand)
A major collection of Beatles photographs, from every stage of their career, seen for the first time.
A fascinating blow-by-blow account of the rise of this popular and critically acclaimed band sheds light on the origins of the group, the rivalry with the Beatles, the release of the influential "Pet Sounds," and the debilitating nervous breakdown of Brian Wilson, the group's creative genius.
Beginning in 1970, Keith traces the lives, loves and music of John, Paul, George and Ringo right up to the present day, their stories in their own words and of those closest to them. He tells the stories behind the news, adding flesh to the skeleton of their post-Beatles lives.
The definitive book of Beatles quotes and interviews. From Cavern days to the final split, here is the story of The Beatles in their own words, plus comments from friends, associates and observers.
A highly detailed chronicle of what each of the ex-Beatles did from January 1970 onwards.
A pocket guide to all things mod, featuring the people, the music, the films, the clothes, the haircuts, the clubs and, of course, the scooters. Illustrated with more than 100 photos as well as images of record sleeves, adverts, flyers, posters and magazine covers, this book tells you everything you need to know about the 100 Club, Alfie, The Avengers, Batman, George Best, Blow-Up, David Bowie, Carnaby Street, The Creation, Georgie Fame, The Kinks, Lambrettas, The Marquee Club, Mods & Rockers, Mary Quant, The Saint, Small Faces, Twiggy, The Who and more.
A biographical account of The Small Faces pop group which contains a diary of the group from their conception in 1965 to their break-up in 1969, and includes a guide to the sessions recorded for the BBC.
A day-by-day account of the career of the Rolling Stones which charts the early years of the 1960s, the conquering of England, Europe and America, the death of Brian Jones, and the controversial American tours at the end of 1969.