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He accomplished this by polishing his speech, and if this book is an “as-told-to” autobiography, Epstein’s voice shines through every word, no matter who actually wrote them. Certainly a different perspective. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
And being the leader he for sure made mistakes that others learned from. Jun 08, Robert Monk rated it liked it. I taught a course where the Beatles were a significant part. Explore the Home Gift Guide. As an historical text, ccellarful well worth a perusal. Epstein writes in an entertaining, conversational manner, avoiding all trace of self-indulgence.
Brian Epstein Autobiography: Cellarful of Noise
It’s rather dry, and the most interesting part is when he writes Taylor again about the violence of Beatlemania. Still, it cellrful a first person narrative of a time and place I find fascinating so I can’t completely dismiss it. I dare you to read this without od hearing every word spoken in Epstein’s voice inside your head. English Choose a language for shopping. There kf things left out — Epstein being gay being a big one, though that’s discussed in the preface to this edition — and things are left in that you wouldn’t necessarily expect.
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Derek Taylor and Martin Lewis in But in mid all was sunny and bright, and even if his private life was a struggle, nothing could mask the enthusiasm and confidence Brian Epstein felt for the future nkise “his boys”. Trivia About A Cellarful of No Epstein comes across as an intelligent, kind and sentimental man, who talks about The Beatles and his other artists, almost as if t Having just got back from the Beatles fan Mecca that is Liverpool, I thought I would read more about Brian Epstein, the man who managed The Beatles.
A Cellarful of Noise (Rhino Rediscovery) by Brian Epstein
If you told someone that certain passages were written by Stephen Fry, they would probably believe you. From their initial struggles to their wild rocket ride to the pinnacle of success, this true story includes How a request for a record led to the discovery of the Beatles; Why Ringo Starr replaced the original Beatle drummer; How Paul McCartney was nearly blinded by a fan; and hundreds of other fascinating little-known facts of Epstein’s life with the Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and other top stars.
However, when I saw from an Amazon email well played! Start reading A Cellarful of Noise on your Kindle cellafrul under a minute. But this is my fav niise This new edition of A Cellarful of Noise features an introduction by world-renowned Beatles expert Martin Lewis, which, along with Epstein’s own words, creates a compelling insightful exploration of the life and times of a gifted man who had an ear for genius. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
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Talking about selling The Beatles to another manager, Epstein says: This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But Mr Epstein’s book went down like fresh cream. Still, a must-read for any Brian fan. In any case, in the ‘s my dad was in book distribution, and every year he’d attend a big publishers’ cfllarful in Atlantic City. Epstein was generous in his promotion of all the artists in his stable.
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. A comprehensive summary of Steven Npise. In view of what we know now about Brian Epstein’s personal life as well as that of the Beatles, the book seems a bit disingenuous.
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From their initial struggles to their rise to the cdllarful of success, his story includes: I re-read this because I couldn’t really remember having read it before.
He also writes with wit and charm. While I am a massive Beatles fan, I am not the type who buys every book about them.
Lewis also explains the role of Cellarful’s co-author Derek Taylor, who subsequently became Epstein’s assistant and the Beatles’ publicist. Brian Epstein Autobiography A Cellarful of Noise “It occurs to me that I’m going to be asked why in the midst of a busy life I should take time off from the personal management of my artistes to whom, after all, I have signed myself, to write my own autobiography when I’m not yet thirty.
Basically it was shaped by men of a certain class and were at the very least familar with the Gay subculture of its time. There is hardly a trace of cynicism and one comes away completely convinced that he only had any association with his clients because he completely believed in them as artistes.