The book, written by Peter Ames Carlin and published by Touchstone Books/Simon & Schuster ($26), is described in a press release as "a fresh perspective on his many triumphs -- and failures" and says it offers evidence "that the widely accepted Beatles 'myth' -- with McCartney as villain and John Lennon as avant garde genius -- requires some revision."
October 22, 2009, Steve Marinucci http://www.examiner.com/x-2082-Beatles-Examiner~y2009m10d22-New-Paul-McCartney-biography-takes-new-perspective-on-former-Beatles-life
My favorite musicians: #2 - You’ve probably heard of the Beatles. You probably like them a lot, unless you are one of the very perverse people who say they are overrated. A group that...
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