When American teenager Richard DiLello wandered into the Beatles' Apple building in 1968, he was immediately appointed "house hippie;" he began making tea, rolling joints, and listening to dozens of demo tapes. By the time Apple crumbled a few years later he was director of public relations. Along the way he noted many of the stoned conversations he heard and the insane bits of business he witnessed: one-man bands auditioning in the reception, Hell's Angels taking over Savile Row, and The Beatles playing on the roof. Full of period detail, this is a fast-paced, witty, and immensely poignant account of the demise of the Fab Four and the death of the '60s dream.
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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 Ink, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Cover shows minor wear and fading. Former owner's bookplate on the front pastedown. Pages are clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001570737
Book Description Popular Culture Ink. Hardcover. Book Condition: VERY GOOD. little to no wear, pages are clean. The cover and binding are crisp with next no creases. Bookseller Inventory # 2740841273
Book Description Michigan. Popular Culture Verlag, 1997., 1997. Hardcover in Pappband, mit zahlreichen Bildern, gr.8°. 23,5 x 19,5 cm. 339 Seiten, Vorwort von Podrazik, Wally, In gutem Zustand. Einband etwas berieben, Schnitt fleckig, vorderer Einbanddeckel mit Kleberückstand vom alten Preisschild. Reprint Edition mit Zusätzen, nachgedruckt nach Playboy Enterprise, New York. Bookseller Inventory # 155327