Sunday Times Magazine September 9th 2009

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Sunday Times Magazine September 9th 2009

SPECIAL ISSUE: THE BEATLES UNSEEN AND UNHEARD

Beatlemania is back-not that it ever went away. Next week EMI will release the 14 original Beatles albums, digitally remastered and enhanced, with all the hisses and mistakes polished away. In this special issue – featuring previously unseen images from the archives, unpublished interviews with Lennon, and a first-person account of the band in the studio – we look back at the extraordinary appeal of four men who continue to shake the world nearly 50 years after they released their first recording

Hey, John –  In Ray Connolly’s long-lost interviews, Lennon revealed why he destroyed the band and what he really thought about McCartney

Cuban booted and suited –  How four Scouse scruffs became sartorially sussed and brokered the marriage between fashion and pop

Hysteria in the making –  The break-up wasn’t pretty, but nothing can tarnish the glory that was the Fab Four, says Philip Norman

Spectrum  – Unseen and rare images of John, Paul, George and Ringo, with reminiscences from those who immortalised them on camera

Sgt Pepper and me –  Hunter Davies remembers the fun and the fry-ups as he observed the band in the recording studio first hand

Arts club band  – How the Beatles pushed the boundaries of album-sleeve art, and the truth behind the shocking “butcher cover”

We believe in yesterday –  Today’s singers and songwriters talk about their favourite Beatles songs and the ones they wish they’d written

Did You Know?  – Kanye West’s bid to become the new King of Pop: how Truman Capote’s breakfast buddy became Holly Golightly

Relative Values – Dominic McVey, who became Britain’s youngest self-made millionaire, trading micro-scooters, and his mother. Valerie

Short Story –  A weekend in a drab Sussex hotel sounds the death knell for a couple hoping to give their marriage the kiss of life. A darkly humorous tale from Hilary Mantel

A Life in the Day of Lenny Henry, on getting up early and crying in his favourite restaurant

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Sunday Times Magazine September 9th 2009

SPECIAL ISSUE: THE BEATLES UNSEEN AND UNHEARD

Beatlemania is back-not that it ever went away. Next week EMI will release the 14 original Beatles albums, digitally remastered and enhanced, with all the hisses and mistakes polished away. In this special issue – featuring previously unseen images from the archives, unpublished interviews with Lennon, and a first-person account of the band in the studio – we look back at the extraordinary appeal of four men who continue to shake the world nearly 50 years after they released their first recording

Hey, John –  In Ray Connolly’s long-lost interviews, Lennon revealed why he destroyed the band and what he really thought about McCartney

Cuban booted and suited –  How four Scouse scruffs became sartorially sussed and brokered the marriage between fashion and pop

Hysteria in the making –  The break-up wasn’t pretty, but nothing can tarnish the glory that was the Fab Four, says Philip Norman

Spectrum  – Unseen and rare images of John, Paul, George and Ringo, with reminiscences from those who immortalised them on camera

Sgt Pepper and me –  Hunter Davies remembers the fun and the fry-ups as he observed the band in the recording studio first hand

Arts club band  – How the Beatles pushed the boundaries of album-sleeve art, and the truth behind the shocking “butcher cover”

We believe in yesterday –  Today’s singers and songwriters talk about their favourite Beatles songs and the ones they wish they’d written

Did You Know?  – Kanye West’s bid to become the new King of Pop: how Truman Capote’s breakfast buddy became Holly Golightly

Relative Values – Dominic McVey, who became Britain’s youngest self-made millionaire, trading micro-scooters, and his mother. Valerie

Short Story –  A weekend in a drab Sussex hotel sounds the death knell for a couple hoping to give their marriage the kiss of life. A darkly humorous tale from Hilary Mantel

A Life in the Day of Lenny Henry, on getting up early and crying in his favourite restaurant

68 pages. All our magazines are first day issues. This issue is in very good condition for age

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