The Beatles were almost self-created pop music as we know it. Today, their songs inspired many pop and rock stars. Quartet from Liverpool changed the world by giving the voice to their time. Towards marking half a century since the release of their first album, on October 29 it will be released The Beatles / The BBC Archives: 1962-1970 hardcover book. The book collects the surviving transcripts of the Beatles’ appearances on BBC Radio and Television from 1962 to 1970.
It features commentary from author and Beatles expert Kevin Howlett, alongside photographs and memorabilia from the BBC. For $60 how much it will cost you will also get unpublished transcripts of interviews with John, Paul, Ringo and George, as well as personal reminiscences from presenters, producers, and studio staff. This acclaimed book reaches to the heart of the Beatles – their plates. The Beatles are important as a revolution in everyone’s mind and change the meaning of creation. Sometimes the world move individuals, like Picasso or Einstein, but the advent of “the Beatles” show that creativity can be the result of collective work. They changed the socioliogy, history and geography of the world, and their success was all the greater because they did not have digital civilization.