The Beatles weren’t a band of brothers: Who’d have thought it?

If you want a book sympathizing with Paul McCartney as the guy who made the Beatles tick, and portraying George Harrison as a suspicious, less than grateful whiner, this is for you. 

Geoff Emerick, Here, There, and Everywhere: My Life Spent Recording the Music of the Beatles.

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3 Responses to The Beatles weren’t a band of brothers: Who’d have thought it?

  1. smmpuk says:

    Geoff Emerick, a most amazing engineer, groundbreaking!

  2. smmpuk says:

    Geoff Emerick, a most amazing engineer,groundbreaking!!

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