15 quotes from A Cellarful of Noise (Rhino Rediscovery): ‘When I was six, Hitler, who had become rather a nuisance, launched a sustained attempt to destr. Results 1 – 25 of 25 A Cellarful of Noise by Brian Epstein and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at LibraryThing Review. User Review – JonArnold – LibraryThing. One of the more curious aspects of Beatlemania was that there was even a market for their.
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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Enjoy this book before you read anything else about Brian Epstein, the man who transported the Beatles from Liverpool to the World! The Autobiography of the Man who Made the Beatles.
I re-read this because I couldn’t really remember having read it before. Clelarful, when I saw from an Amazon email well played! The amount that he, likely intentially, points out other successes he achievied in the music business is more enjoyable than grating.
Apr 07, Sam Herbert rated it it was amazing. Does anybody remember that this book was ghost-written by Derek Taylor?
If you told someone that certain passages were written by Stephen Fry, they would probably believe you. Refresh and try again.
For those looking for a more general biography, look for “Here, There, and Everywhere” by Geoff Emerick. They are unique human beings and I believe dellarful even if the whole thing peters out I will always be with The Beatles.
Epstein comes across as an intelligent, kind and sentimental man, who talks about The Beatles and his other artists, cellarfil as if they are his babies. Groups of guitarists are on the way out.
It was also pretty well-written by Derek Taylorgiven that it really was just a little exploitation tome released at the height of Beatlemania. Oct 12, Tosh rated it it was ok. Epstein comes across as an intelligent, kind and sentimental man, who talks about The Beatles and his other artists, almost as if t Having just got back from the Beatles fan Mecca that is Liverpool, I thought I would read more about Brian Epstein, the man who managed The Beatles. Customers who bought this item also bought.
The rest followed him. Sep 25, Kelley York rated it liked it. Boise a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Mar 12, Glenner 7 rated it it was ok.
dellarful Lance Osborne rated it liked it Apr 09, That book I found poorer for og amount that he bites at people. Over all it is a fun book, but is not as meaty as it could have been. Paperbackpages. At the time of publication, The Beatles were already global stars, but I would love to know what Epstein’s thoughts would be on the effect of the Beatles if he hadn’t died in Natalie rated it it was amazing May 17, Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
Jul 12, Kirstin marked it as to-read. I thought it an inhuman document providing simply for the enslavement of any artiste eager and gullible enough to place his name over a stamp.
After that the manager became an accountant – cellarfup is not bad for the artist, but for sure less fun. I want to read more about Brian’s life.
Basically it was shaped by men of a certain class and were at the very least ceolarful with the Gay subculture of its time. Of course there was more to the Brian Epstein story that would only leak out after his untimely death.
It was fun to see how many quotes and stories from other books came out of this, as a start.