The autobiography of one of the great record producers of the past 40 years.
The passing of the man who provided the humor in The Beatles' films.
An exhaustive, well-researched account of the conception, recording, and reception of the Fab Four's 1966 album.
The remastered 1971 album is a welcome new edition of an imaginative Paul McCartney classic.
Robert Rodriguez thinks The Beatles Revolver is far superior to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Pete Fornatale's greatest accomplishment was understanding his fans and what they wanted, and he was able to do this because he was the ultimate fan of rock music.
Fantastic performance from the great Sandy Bull in 1976.
The strange tale of Apple Records.
And in the end, Macca's compassion is overshadowed by Maysles' direction.
Inspiration, back beat, style, influential muse and even creative director: Could The Beatles have been born without Stu Sutcliffe?