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Brian Epstein

the man who made the Beatles

by Ray Coleman

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  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Viking in London .
Written in English

  • Epstein, Brian, -- 1934-1967,
  • Concert agents -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementRay Coleman.
    LC ClassificationsML429.E6 C57 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 482 p., [24] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages482
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14740930M
    ISBN 100670814741

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At pages, Brian Epstein was an intelligent read which relied on the author's personal anecdotes since Coleman was an insider who had interviewed Epstein as well as the members of the Beatles on numerous occasions for his music by: 2.

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In short: The “black book” refers to billionaire Epstein’s contact book. This book contained the contact information of about 1, people and businesses, many of whom were well-known public. A sympathetic telling of Brian Epstein's story, Ray Coleman's book is credible, well-researched and well-written.

Perhaps because he seems to be writing for a British audience, Coleman assumes readers will know that he was the editor of Melody Maker, a popular and widely-circulated magazine in the U.K/5. As far as I know, this book is out of print.

I got a used copy while I was working on Traveling Light. Apparently this was source material for a documentary about Brian Epstein. It does include a few excerpts from letters and his diary. The majority of the book is snippets of interviews, arranged in chronological order of Epstein's life.4/5.

Brian Epstein wrote the above words in as a prologue to his autobiography A Cellarful of Noise. Long out-of-print, Cellarful gives readers an inside story of his discovery and management of the world's most famous rock 'n' roll band.

From their initial struggles to their rise to the pinnacle of success, his story includes. A Cellarful of Noise is the title of Brian Epstein's autobiography. His assistant, Derek Taylor, was the ghostwriter of the book, which describes the early days of The Beatles, whom Epstein managed. Epstein asked John Lennon what he thought the book should be called, Brian Epstein book Lennon suggested "Queer Jew".

Lennon later was quoted as saying that the book should Author: Brian Epstein. All you need to know about the “relationship” between Brian Epstein and John, you’ll find in the book “In my life” by Pete Shotton. I think it was released in so it might not be easy to find it today, but it’s worth a try.

And John Lennon was far from being gay, like many people in the 60s and 70s, he was curious. Brian Epstein's (ghostwritten) autobiography was quoted from, liberally, in a great new book I just finished reading, "Tune In, by Lewisohn - highly recommended.

Hopefully, this one will be reprinted on acid free page with the photos so everyone can read it. The many hours of practice while playing in Hamburg, /5(84). Together with writer Ray Coleman's Brian Epstein (the only biography of him) - published in - these two books constitute the most authoritive sources for information about the man who guided the Beatles to becoming the most successful popular artists of all time.

Tiwary's The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story is a wonderful and artistic graphic novel / abridged biography of Epstein's life, focusing mostly on his involvement with the Beatles from to But this is not some mere book for children - it is heavy on the mature themes / subject matter.4/5.

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In Liverpool, in DecemberBrian Epstein met the Beatles in his small office and signed a management deal.4/5. Pete Best and the biggest Beatles Mystery. Sinceone of the hottest debates has centered around Brian Epstein’s dismissal of Pete Best from The Beatles.

The controversy has inspired articles, chapters and even entire books, all speculating on the reasons why the band booted Pete from the group as they were on the cusp of stardom.

Brian Samuel Epstein was born on 19 September on Rodney Street, Liverpool. His parents were Harry and Malka Epstein. Before his death in he would make his fortune as manager of The Beatles, as well as Gerry and the Pacemakers, Cilla Black and Billy J.

The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story is a visually elaborate re-telling of Beatles’ history as seen through the perspective of their manager, who many including Paul McCartney have called “The Fifth Beatle.” However, that title is not an exclusive one.

Recently, after Beatles’ producer George Martin died, Paul McCartney also deemed him. “The Fifth Beatle.”. The Fifth Beatle is the untold true story of Brian Epstein, the visionary manager who discovered and guided the Beatles from their gigs in a tiny cellar in Liverpool to unprecedented international stardom.

Yet more than merely the story of "The Man Who Made The Beatles," The Fifth Beatle is an uplifting, tragic, and ultimately inspirational human story about the struggle to overcome. Market Centers and Retail Location: Theory and Applications by Brian J.

Berry; John B. Parr; Avijit Ghosh; Bart J. Epstein; Robert H. Smith and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A Cellarful of Noise, Epstein's long out-of-print From his first encounter with the struggling group inthrough their meteoric rise, to his tragic, untimely death inBrian Epstein was in many ways the heart and soul of the Beatles/5.

I second the Coleman book as likely the most thorough. I also like "The Brian Epstein Story" by Debbie Gellar, which is based on a BBC documentary of the same name. It's a slim book, but gives a good overview of Brian's life. It has interviews with lots of intimates, including Paul McCartney going far beyond his usual old stories.

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A book that eerily takes you back to the ’s and the innermost thoughts and feelings of the Beatles manager Brian Epstein, back in the early years. How it came to be that four gritty, greasy, Liverpool teenagers evolved into the greatest band of all time/5(71). Inthe master of mass-market thrillers, James Patterson, focused his attention on his Palm Beach neighbor Jeffrey Epstein for the true-crime book Author: Adam K.

Raymond. Brian Epstein received his PhD in philosophy from Stanford University, his master's in philosophy from Oxford University, and graduated summa cum laude with an AB in philosophy from Princeton University. His research interests include philosophy of social science, metaphysics, and philosophy of language, focusing in particular on issues in the theory of Pages: Make Offer - Original Beatles Mgr.

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In Liverpool, in DecemberBrian Epstein met the Beatles in his small office and signed a management deal.

The rest may be history, but it's a history that Epstein created, along with a. The fifth Beatle is Epstein\'s untold true story: the tale of a genuine visionary who discovered, managed, and guided the Beatles to unprecedented international stardom, rewriting the rule of the pop music business in the process.

But Brian Epstein was also the ultimate outsider, constantly searching for a place where he might belong. News > People Cilla Black: Singer who was signed by Brian Epstein and went on to forge a successful career as a much-loved presenter.

Black proved that however shallow a world show business is Author: Simon Farquhar. BRIAN EPSTEIN (19 September – 27 August ) On Septem Brian Samuel Epstein was born at 4 Rodney Street, Liverpool.

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Derek Taylor (7 May – 8 September ) was an English journalist, writer, publicist and record producer.

He is best known for his role as press officer to the Beatles, and was one of several associates to earn the moniker "the Fifth Beatle".Taylor was known for his forward-thinking and extravagant promotional campaigns, exemplified in taglines such as "The Beatles Born: 7 MayWirral, England.

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