Tell Me Why: The Beatles: Album by Album, Song By Song, the by Tim Riley

By Tim Riley

A special mixture of musical research and cultural heritage, inform Me Why stands on my own between Beatles books with its single-minded concentrate on an important element of the band: its song. Riley bargains a brand new, deeper realizing of the Beatles by way of heavily contemplating every one tune and album they recorded in an exploration as rigorous because it is soulful. He tirelessly sifts during the Beatles discography, making transparent that the mythical 4 have been greater than mere teenager idols: They have been significant innovators who mastered an incredibly special paintings. because the first ebook of inform Me Why in 1988, a lot new fundamental resource fabric has appeared—Paul McCartney's approved biography, the Anthology CDs and video clips, the total Parlophone-sequenced albums on CD, the reside on the BBCsessions, and the worldwide ruin 1. Riley contains all of the new fabric in an replace that makes this a vital publication for Beatles fanatics.

Tim Riley is an online manufacturer, campus speaker, and pianist. His tune feedback has seemed within the Washington publish, in Boston journal, and on nationwide Public Radio. he's additionally a track commentator for NPR's "Here and Now." He lives in Boston.

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