Revolution in the head the beatles records and the sixties is a book by british music critic and author ian macdonald discussing the music of the beatles and the bands relationship to the social and cultural changes of the 1960s the first edition was published in 1994 with revised editions appearing in 1997 and 2005 the latter following macdonalds death in 2003. Revolution in the head the beatles records and the sixties kindle edition by ian macdonald download it once and read it on your kindle device pc phones or tablets use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading revolution in the head the beatles records and the sixties. Theres a generalised kneejerk cultural reaction against the beatles by some members of the popular music audience and its quite understandable what a pain in the ass to have the giant four headed shadow of the perfect pop monster forever looming over todays epigones like looking up out of your . An updated edition of revolution in the head was published in 1997 covering the beatles material released since the books original publication in 1994 notably the anthology series free as a . His book revolution in the head analizes every beatles recording and furnishes details about each songs origin as well as its impact on music and culture according to the author i want to hold your hand was writted by paul and john eye ball to eyeball sitting at a piano in the basement of jane ashers house
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