The Man who Made the Beatles: An Intimate Biography of Brian Epstein
McGraw-Hill, 1989 - 400 pages
For the millions of Beatle fans, this is the story of the man behind the Fab Four. This dramatic, untold story focuses on the life of the man sometimes called The Fifth Beatle from his stunning success at packaging the group to his tortured life and premature death in 1967. 32 pages of photos.
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This is a business history of the Beatles, as told through the life of the man who launched them and managed their early career. The story of Epstein's five-year professional and personal relationship ... Read full review
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