The Beatles And Sgt Pepper: A Fans’ Perspective
June 1, 1967, is a landmark moment not just for the Beatles but also for the world of rock and roll as it marks the release date for one of the most famous albums in the history of modern music.
|Author:||Bruce Spizer (New Orleans, LA)|
|Imprint:||Imagine & Wonder|
|9 in. x 9 in.
|BISAC #:||MUS000000 MUSIC/General|
|Ages:||Adult, Young Adult|
|AUG 8, 2021
Description: June 1, 1967, is a landmark moment not just for the Beatles but also for the world of rock and roll as it marks the release date for one of the most famous albums in the history of modern music. The Beatles and Sgt. Pepper: A Fans’ Perspective is about Sgt. Pepper; written by fans for fans. In addition to essays written by Spizer, Al Sussman, Frank Daniels, Piers Hemmingsen, and Bill King. Included are dozens of fan recollections that add a personal touch demonstrating the true impact of the Beatles. This book is a celebration of the most famous band in modern music history and their album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is considered by many to be the most famous record of rock and roll.
About the Author: Bruce Spizer has written twelve critically acclaimed books about the Beatles and is internationally recognized as an expert on the Beatles. Bruce has given presentations for the Grammy Museum, the Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and is also a regularly featured speaker at Beatles conventions. Bruce serves as a consultant on Beatles projects for Universal Music Group, Capitol Records, and Apple Corps, Ltd