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You Never Give Me Your Money

The Beatles After The Breakup

By Peter Doggett

“Peter Doggett’s book about the Beatles’ split is a real page-turner.” — Annie Lennox

“Enthralling… Impossible to put down.” — The Independent

Acclaimed journalist Peter Doggett recounts the previously untold story of the dramatic final chapter in the lives, loves, and legal battles of John, Paul, George, and Ringo—aka The Beatles—from their breakup in 1969 to the present day. Called “refreshingly straightforward and highly readable” by The Daily Telegraph (London), You Never Give Me Your Money is the dramatic and intimate story of the breakup and aftermath of The Fab Four as it’s never been told before.

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Publish Date

2009

ISBN

0061774189


Format: Book
Author: Doggett, Peter
Summary: The world stopped in 1970 when Paul McCartney announced that he was through with the Beatles. His statement not only marked the end of the band's remarkable career, but also seemed to signal the demise of an era of unprecedented optimism in social history. Though the Beatles' breakup was widely viewed as a cultural tragedy, one of the most fascinating phases of their story was just about to begin. Here is the behind-the-scenes story of the personal rivalries and legal feuds that have dominated the Beatles' lives since 1969. Journalist Peter Doggett charts the Shakespearean battles between Lennon and McCartney, the conflict in George Harrison's life between spirituality and fame, and the struggle with alcoholism that threatened to take Richard Starkey's life. This is a compelling human drama and a rich and absorbing story of the Beatles' creative and financial empire, set up to safeguard their interests but destined to control their lives.--From publisher description.
Title: You never give me your money : the Beatles after the breakup / Peter Doggett.
Publisher Date: New York : HarperCollins, 2009.
Subject: Starr, Ringo. Lennon, John, 1940-1980. McCartney, Paul. Harrison, George, 1943-2001 Beatles Rock musicians -- England -- Biography
Isbn: 0061774189 (trade pbk.) 9780061774461 (hardcover) 0061774464 (hardcover) 9780061998157 (e-book) 9780061774188 (trade pbk.)
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Call Number: 782.421660922 Dog
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Format: Book
Author: Doggett, Peter
Summary: The world stopped in 1970 when Paul McCartney announced that he was through with the Beatles. His statement not only marked the end of the band's remarkable career, but also seemed to signal the demise of an era of unprecedented optimism in social history. Though the Beatles' breakup was widely viewed as a cultural tragedy, one of the most fascinating phases of their story was just about to begin. Here is the behind-the-scenes story of the personal rivalries and legal feuds that have dominated the Beatles' lives since 1969. Journalist Peter Doggett charts the Shakespearean battles between Lennon and McCartney, the conflict in George Harrison's life between spirituality and fame, and the struggle with alcoholism that threatened to take Richard Starkey's life. This is a compelling human drama and a rich and absorbing story of the Beatles' creative and financial empire, set up to safeguard their interests but destined to control their lives.--From publisher description.
Title: You never give me your money : the Beatles after the breakup / Peter Doggett.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
Publisher, Date: New York : HarperCollins, 2009.
Description: x, 390 p., [8] p. of plates : ill ; 24 cm.
Subjects: Starr, Ringo.
Subjects: Lennon, John, 1940-1980.
Subjects: McCartney, Paul.
Subjects: Harrison, George, 1943-2001
Subjects: Beatles
Subjects: Rock musicians -- England -- Biography
Other Title: Beatles after the breakup
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN: 2009052673
ISBN: 0061774189 (trade pbk.)
ISBN: 9780061774461 (hardcover)
ISBN: 0061774464 (hardcover)
ISBN: 9780061998157 (e-book)
ISBN: 9780061774188 (trade pbk.)
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Call Number: 782.421660922 Dog