Sunday, December 9, 2007

Chicago Daily Herald heralds "The White Book"

Ken Mansfield, "The White Book: The Beatles, the Bands, the Biz: An Insider's Look at an Era" (Thomas Nelson)
Another Christmas season, another book on the Beatles. This newest is penned by Ken Mansfield, the U.S. manager of the band's Apple Records label and one of the few people who can claim he stood on the same London rooftop while the band played their farewell performance in 1969, captured in the film "Let It Be." Mansfield lends an insider perspective into the financial grappling that would eventually lead to Paul McCartney suing the rest of the band, the unconventional business climate at Apple, his informal job escorting the Beatles through L.A. nightlife and the recording sessions behind "The White Album." For long-suffering Beatles fans managing their way through towers of books, this one offers fresh stories right from the source.

Source: Chicago Daily Herald

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