Mark Lewisohn

Mark Lewisohn is the acknowledged world authority on the Beatles. His books include Tune In (which is the first volume in his historical trilogy  The Beatles: All These Years) as well as the bestselling and influential Recording Sessions, The Complete Beatles Chronicle and (as co-author) The  Beatles’ London. He was consultant and researcher for all aspects – TV, DVDs, CDs and book – of The Beatles AnthologyA photographer in the little spare time he allows, his work appears in the photo book An Englishman In Mons.

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The Beatles: All These Years  An appeal from Mark Lewisohn — Can you help?

If you were a first-hand witness to any part of the Beatles years – up to, say, 1980 – or know someone who was, Mark Lewisohn would like to hear about it, and might want to include that story in one of his books.

The Beatles: All These Years — Volume 1 Tune In — Extended Special Edition

This extended special edition of Mark Lewisohn's magisterial book Tune In is a true collectors' item, featuring hundreds of thousands of words of extra material, as well as many extra photographs. It is the complete, uncut and definitive biography of the Beatles' early years, from their family backgrounds through to the moment they're on the cusp of their immense breakthrough at the end of 1962.

The Beatles: All These Years — Volume 1 —Tune In

The Beatles have been in our lives for half a century and surely always will be. Still, somehow, their music excites, their influence resonates, their fame sustains. New generations find and love them, and while many other great artists come and go, the Beatles are proving beyond eclipse. So who really were these people, and just how did it all happen?

Lewisohn's work stands as a monumental triumph,

a challenge not merely to other Beatles biographers 

but to the  discipline of biography itself. If only all

important subjects had their Lewisohn.

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