Whether you were a Beatlemaniac or are a more recent fan of the Beatles' music, you will enjoy reading these novel articles and essays about the Fab Four. The stories are not the well-known but are most fascinating. They took a great deal of digging to bring to light but are well-researched and documented. A great gift for the Beatle fan in your life.
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Martin Rots was raised in Southern California and Detroit. In the late-sixties, he regularly attended concerts at the Grande Ballroom, Eastowne Theater, and other contemporary Detroit rock venues. For many years, he contributed rock music reviews to a local newspaper. Martin has continued to write fiction, non-fiction, essays, and short stories his entire life. Martin collects music, books and memorabilia from the Classic Rock Era. Consequently, he has amassed a large collection that continues to grow. Over the years, his passion for the era has taken him to London, Paris, New York and San Francisco for research. Crossing Abbey Road, visiting Jim Morrison’s grave in Paris, and standing on the stage at Monterey where Jimi burned his guitar has given him a better understanding of the artists and places that inspired them and their music. Today Martin continues to study and write about the music of the era and the counterculture that evolved around it. Martin posts blogs, shares music and pictures from the Classic Rock Era on Facebook. He also enjoys meeting and making friends at: www.Facebook/MartinRots.com. Lennon, Hendrix, Morrison and Joplin...all dead. Did the counterculture die or was it murdered? www.TheWoodstockConspiracy.com
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishi, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. In-Stock Ships Same Day. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000079482
Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1468057227