Daily Archives: January 28, 2021

Mostly True Tales?

Recently I read a book that tried to present itself as being a true story of a particular person whose name is not necessarily well known but who had an important role in bringing a particular animal to the consciousness … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Cavern: Rise Of The Beatles And Merseybeat

The Cavern: Rise Of The Beatles And Merseybeat, by Spencer Leigh This book has a striking and unusual format that deserves some commentary before one discusses the book itself. This book is not told in a narrative form, for the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Each One Believing

Each One Believing: On State, Offstage, And Backstage, by Paul McCartney This book is something that would be of interest to a Macca fan, although given McCartney’s extensive body of work in touring, one wonders how essential this book is, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Wingspan

Wingspan: Paul McCartney’s Band On The Run, by Paul McCartney, edited by Mark Lewisohn Between 1970 and 1980, Paul McCartney’s second act after the Beatles ended up being time spent in another band that had eight lineups or so during … Continue reading

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