Apple Records was a noble experiment created in the spirit of the 1960s by four musicians who came to represent everything that was best about those tumultuous, experimental, and liberating times. The Beatles started out with the greatest of intentions, but reality soon got in the way. Much has been written about this period in the history of The Beatles' evolution and dissolution---some of it true, some of it wildly exaggerated, but not much of it first-hand. The Longest Cocktail Party is a rare exception. Written by Richard DiLello, who served as Apple Record's qHouse Hippieq from 1968 to 1970, this unusual first-hand glimpse into The Beatles' empire humorously chronicles the stranger-than-life stories that were to become legendary, including visits by the Hell's Angels and endless tales of celebrity antics. Alfred Music is proud to offer this latest edition, which features a new and insightful foreword by the author. Originally published by Playboy Press in 1972, The Longest Cocktail Party has proven itself a timeless chronicle of this most colorful period in pop history.Mr. Hirst continued: aMcCartney has never accepted, and does not accept, Mr. Kleinas manager.a Upto 1965, Mr. ... In 1965, thefour decided to abandon touring and make records instead. That increased their ... By last September, Paul McCartneya#39;s royalties from his solo record last year amounted to Ap487, 000. Mr. Hirst saidanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Longest Cocktail Party|
|Publisher||:||Alfred Music - 2014-11-05|