15 quotes from A Cellarful of Noise (Rhino Rediscovery): ‘When I was six, Hitler, who had become rather a nuisance, launched a sustained attempt to destr. Results 1 – 25 of 25 A Cellarful of Noise by Brian Epstein and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at LibraryThing Review. User Review – JonArnold – LibraryThing. One of the more curious aspects of Beatlemania was that there was even a market for their.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Still, it is a first person narrative of a time and place I find fascinating so I can’t completely dismiss it. A Cellarful of Noise: But a part of reading about The Beatles. Don’t have a Kindle? Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Epstein writes in an entertaining, conversational manner, avoiding all trace of self-indulgence. It is refreshing in the lack of stabs he takes at people in the course of his life and no mention of vendictive Beatle fights as he is still very much their manager to do so would be in very poor judgement.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? I have seen Brian Epstein interviews on YouTube and he comes across as a very bright man. Especially the British ones from late 50’s to 70’s.
Want to Read saving…. This book was written by their manager who later ended up taking his own life.
A Cellarful of Noise (Rhino Rediscovery) by Brian Epstein
Account Options Sign in. Basically it’s an afternoon read in how he found the Beatles.
Written inEpstein covers his early life but mainly talks about ecllarful Fab Four and their increasing world domination. And being the leader he for sure made mistakes that others learned from. He accomplished this by polishing his speech, and if this book is an “as-told-to” autobiography, Epstein’s voice shines through every word, no matter who actually wrote them.
A Cellarful of Noise (Rhino Rediscovery)
Start reading A Cellarful of Noise on your Kindle in under a minute. I want to read more about Brian’s life. Interesting look at the band, and at Brian himself. Alastair rated it liked it Nkise 02, That book I found poorer for the amount that he bites at people. In other words, I wanted to free the Beatles of their obligations if I felt they would be better off.
There is one major typo in this edition when it mentions a “Peter Fellows”, instead of “Peter Sellers” several times in the text. I mean I read it, understood it and having done so, felt kind of grown-up. Mar 14, Heather rated it really liked it.
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May 21, Lisastrawberry rated it it was amazing. One quote from the book especially touched me. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
The Man Who Made the Beatles: If you told someone that certain passages were written by Stephen Fry, they would probably believe you.
The late author’s long-out-of-print autobiography details his shepherding of the Beatles from obscurity in nkise international fame in as their manager and confidant, revealing hundreds of little-known facts about the Fab Four. Epstein’s personal account sheds light on his own life, on the group’s early history, and on the dynamics of its members that other biographies don’t capture as vividly.
It would probably have been much more effective to drive them quietly in one private car—though not nearly so exhilarating. Epstein was generous in his promotion of all the artists in his stable. But–unsurprisingly–he puts a big emotional distance between himself and the reader, and there is so much that gets left out and is lost in the process.
While I am a massive Beatles fan, I am not the type who buys every book about them. It was written in — a time when noisd would have said that The Beatles had cellarrul, little knowing they were still on the ascendancy. Brian is going to push nolse to do more films: Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
So in the pages of this book you will not know of Epstein’s homosexuality and the misery his secret life caused him.