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Magical Mystery Tours: My Life with the Beatles Read ç 108 ¶ A Top Ten Music Book Bestseller in The Independent UK Brings the era to vivid life The mythic moments are all here Magical Mystery Tours is a tour de force Entertainment WeeklyGrowing up in a postwar Liverpool suburb Tony Bramwell was boyhood friends with three oA Top Ten Music Book Bestseller in The Independent UK Brings the era to vivid life The mythic moments are all here Magical Mystery Tours is a tour de force Entertainment WeeklyGrowing up in a postwar Liverpool suburb Tony Bramwell was boyhood friends with three of the Beatles long before they were famous And by the time he caught up with George Harrison on the top of a bus to check out The Beatles direct from Hamburg one of which George turned out to be Tony was well into a life story absolutely unlike any otherTony carried George's guitar that night and he stayed with the band from the first Number 1 to the last From overseeing the tours of Brian Epstein's Merseybeat stars to producing shows for Jimi Hendrix the Who Cream and P. If you're than into their music then Bramwell's book will provide preuels as well as dirty deeds He's almost a Forrest Gump of the Beatles in that he always seems to find himself in the thick of things without affecting the outcomeGood read

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Ink Floyd at Epstein's Savile Theatre; and from producing and directing Beatles videos to heading Apple Films Tony's life really did encompass a who's who of rockWith an insider's shrewd eye Tony describes the rise and fall of the Apple empire Brian Epstein's frolics Ken Kesey's Merry Pranksters Phil Spector's eccentric behavior and stories never before told about Yoko Ono He uncovers new information about the Shea Stadium concert footage John Lennon's late night escapes and From the Cavern Club to the rooftop concert and from scraps of song lyrics to the discovery of the famous Mr Kite circus poster Tony Bramwell really did see it allIt's a story in which every character is one of the musical 1960s most colorful Conversational. A pretty good insight book on the Beatles especially their early years and from the Sgt Pepper's to Let it Be era The author Tony Bramwell was a close personal friend of the band and went on many tours with them and hung out with them a lot so he has a lot of inside scoop stuff For example uh he and basically everyone involved with the Beatles hated Yoko Ono Not a real shocker but some of the things she did makes me despise her even In fact even Lennon thought she was stalking him for over a year and tried to get rid of her The rest of the band just got sick of dealing with her So if you like Yoko probably shouldn't read this book A lot of good insight on how a lot of the songs were formed and what they meant Book kind of rushes through the Help Rubber Soul Revolver days and I was hoping for info on that when they were kind of changing what kind of band they were Written okay but I still think the best book I've read on the Beatles is probably still their anthology book

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Magical Mystery Tours My Life with the BeatlesDirect and honest the ultimate Beatles insider finally shares his own version of the frantic and glorious ascent of four boys from Liverpool lads to rock and roll kingsPraise for Magical Mystery ToursA must read for anyone interested in the history of the Fab Four Bramwell doesn't hold back with his tales of the grand insanity that tailed The Beatles The New York Post Energetically writtena vivid and intensely personal look at not only the Beatles but at a storybook trip from the docks of Liverpool to swinging London and the very epicenter of the British invasion Publishers Weekly A sprawling amiable account of life near the world's most famous and most gifted pop group A welcome addition to Beatles lore The Globe and Mail Canad. This book was written by somebody who was friends with and around the Beatles before they all met each other and became the Beatles and all throughout their time together until after their breakupHe tells some inside stories about all the fun and hard and easy times they had all about the wives and girlfriends their music tours drugs partys all the people who came in and out of their lives including the craziness of Phil SpectorBrian Epstein Alan Klein and most everything else He seems to be pretty close to Paul and in fact Paul mentioned about Tony's writing the book that Tony probably knew about the Beatles than they did For those of you who don't care for Yoko this book is right up your alley as Tony was definitely an anti Yoko personThe last couple of chapters of the book Tony tends to go in about his life and women than about the Beatles which is really the only part I wasn't crazy about even though it was interestingThe book was a good read from somebody who was there from the very beginning til the very end and it was definitely worth readingand I have read most all of the books about the BeatlesIt's nice to hear from somebody who was actually there and not just somebody who relied on interviews and news clippings to write their story