In this book – the fifth entry in Bruce Spizer’s series covering the Fab Four – attention is turned towards Yellow Submarine, and Magical Mystery Tour – two of the Beatles’ most adventurous albums, recorded in the midst of their most psychedelic period. Lavishly illustrated and rich in detail, the book considers the band through the fertile period between 1967-1969, and seeks to place their work not just within their own discography, but within society and pop culture at large.About the Author: Bruce Spizer has written twelve critically acclaimed books about the Beatles and is internationally recognized as an expert on the Beatles. Bruce has given presentations for the Grammy Museum, the Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and is also a regularly featured speaker at Beatles conventions. Bruce serves as a consultant on Beatles projects for Universal Music Group, Capitol Records, and Apple Corps, Ltd.
Extent: 208 pages
Publisher: Imagine & Wonder