Hackskeptic’s Must Have Rock Biographies: Revolution In The Head (The Beatles)

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Ian Macdonald’s compilation of song by song essays on every Beatles track is incredibly detailed, almost always accurate (Paul McCartney doesn’t always agree), and for fab four nerds like me, indispensable. It’s a truly awe inspiring collection of insider information.

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7 responses to “Hackskeptic’s Must Have Rock Biographies: Revolution In The Head (The Beatles)

  1. It’s amazing. My favourite bits were learning that Lennon contributed lots of cool, out there instrumental parts, and that it’s OK to think Abbey Road is a step down from their best work.

  2. At the top of my to-be-read list!
    One of my favourite books is a smiths song-by-song (the songs that saved your life) where the author openly admits to borrowing the format from this one

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