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    'The evolution of the Fab Four has never before been documented in such a concise, exciting and beautiful way' Damian Keyes, Founder, Brighton Institute Modern Music. VISUALISING THE BEATLES by John Pring & Rob Thomas is a visual guide to one of the world's greatest bands told through... Læs mere

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    Orphans Press
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      The story of the Beatles as you've never seen it before, told using stunning infographics and data visualisations. Journey through the Beatles years - from the band's first ever gig at the Cavern Club to the release of their final album Let It Be - in a visual exploration of their evolution from four young men to one of the greatest bands the world has ever seen. From witty stories and surprising facts to beautiful visuals created from the data Beatles music left behind, even the most avid fan will discover something new. The book, divided into albums, enables you, in an instant, to spot patterns, anomalies and transformations. VISUALISING THE BEATLES transports readers back to the vibrant sixties and explosive days of Beatlemania through the beautiful world of infographics.

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