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Here is a fascinating classic first person account of the Beatles' Apple years, 1968-1970, by a member of their London press office. Richard DiLello was young, eager and having the time of his life. There to work on press releases, promotional photos, press parties, promo packets, his tasks could have been viewed as very routine except for one thing---he was working for The Beatles, the "royal family" of rock music in the sixties.
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Richard Dilello lives in Los Angeles.Review:
"Marvellous. If you want to know what Apple was like, this is the book." —Alastair Taylor, former general manager, Apple
"Incisive, evocative and hilariously funny. The Beatles are shadowy figures, but this is a fine view of rock's most inspired folly." —Mojo
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Book Description Popular Culture Inc, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1560750448