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1) The Beatles are here!: 50 years after the band arrived in America, writers, musicians, and other fans remember
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Presents an exploration of the Fab Four's arrival in the U.S. featuring essays and interviews from writers, musicians, and fans on how they were inspired and changed by the Beatles.
"Erin Hosier and her family belonged to a strict evangelical church in Bainbridge, Ohio, for the first fourteen years of her life. But Erin was a rebel of the eighties who dyed her hair with cherry Kool-Aid while loudly defending liberal causes. Behind closed doors, she and her family were "five mentally ill people at different stages of development, screaming and flailing hysterically like hyenas." At the heart of the family was her father, Jack,...
"A deep-dive into the unique connections between the two titans of the British cultural psyche--the Beatles and the Bond films--and what they tell us about class, sexuality, and our aspirations over sixty dramatic years"--
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