The McCartney Legacy (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
720
Utgivningsdatum
2022-12-22
Förlag
Dey Street Books, an imprint of HarperCollins US
Illustratör/Fotograf
two 16-pg inserts
Illustrationer
two 16-pg inserts
Dimensioner
241 x 195 x 48 mm
Vikt
1067 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780063000704

The McCartney Legacy

Volume 1: 1969 73

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In this first of a groundbreaking multivolume set, THE MCCARTNEY LEGACY, VOL 1: 1969-73 captures the life of Paul McCartney in the years immediately following the dissolution of the Beatles, a period in which McCartney recreated himself as both a man and a musician. Informed by hundreds of interviews, extensive ground up research, and thousands of never-before-seen documents THE MCCARTNEY LEGACY, VOL 1 is an in depth, revealing exploration of McCartneys creative and personal lives beyond the Beatles. When Paul McCartney issued a press release in April 1970 announcing that the worlds most beloved band, the Beatles, had broken up no one could have predicted that McCartney himself would go on to have one of the most successful solo careers in music history. Yet in the years after the Fab Four disbanded, Paul McCartney became a legend in his own right. Now journalist and world-renowned Beatles historian Allan Kozinn and award-winning documentarian Adrian Sinclair chronicle in technicolor McCartneys pivotal years from 1969 to 1973, as he recreated himself in the immediate aftermath of the Beatles breakup a period when, newly married and with a growing family, he conquered depression and self-doubt, formed a new band, Wings, and recorded five epochal albums culminating in the triumphant smash, Band on the Run. Part 1 of a multivolume set, THE MCCARTNEY LEGACY, VOL. 1 documents a pivotal moment in the life of a man whose legacy grows increasingly more relevant as his influence on music and pop culture remains as relevant as ever. It is the first truly comprehensive biography, and the most finely detailed exploration of McCartneys creative life beyond the Beatles, ever undertaken.
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"Volume 1 of The McCartney Legacy by Allan Kozinn and Adrian Sinclair, arrives like a well-planned encore a year after the publication of The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present by Paul McCartney. Influenced by the methods of Mark Lewisohn, the exacting Beatles historian currently at work on the second volume of a trilogy about the group (the first was 900 pages, and that was an abridgment)... in a way The McCartney Legacy out-Lewisohns Lewisohn, taking almost 700 pages to cover only five years." The New York Times Book Review This is the comprehensive, painstaking, dazzling and definitive chronicle of rocks strangest story: how Paul McCartney refused to go quietly after the Beatles, and how he kept his genius moving forward into another day. An amazing, inspiring trip. Rob Sheffield, author of Dreaming the Beatles No maybe Im plain amazed at this real reveal of Paul McCartney with his decades of artful creativity. Through these pages is the accurate biography of a universal explorer. Mark Lewisohn, world renowned Beatles expert "Allan Kozinn and Adrian Sinclair's The McCartney Legacy: Volume 1, 1969-73 is a triumph... their masterful study of the artist's spectacular rise from the ashes of the Beatles, Kozinn and Sinclair bring McCartney's comeback story vividly to life." Salon "Anybody in the future who wants to know anything about the subject will find the information here. Allan Kozinn and Adrian Sinclair, a former New York Times music critic and a documentary maker respectively, have entirely succeeded in the task they set themselves to find out and inform the reader of everything there is to know about the life of Paul McCartney between 1969 and 1973." The Times (UK) "If the devil is in the detail the The McCartney Legacy is positively satanic." The Mail on Sunday Book Review "Setting the story between The Beatles demise and 1973 offers Kozinn and Sinclair a compelling redemptive narrative arc... Choosing to tell their story without foreknowledge, the authors allow it to unfold as if its happening in real time and without looking ahead to the outcome of any particular actions. Its an often breathless and riveting read." Reader's Digest "One thing that really sets this book apart is Kozinn and Sinclairs unprecedented amount of detail on every single Paul McCartney solo recording session: dates, places, songs worked on, remembrances from those in the room, and lots of equipment detail." Houston Press Book Review "A gold mine for avid fans." Kirkus Reviews

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Allan Kozinn was a music critic and culture reporter for the New York Times from 1977 to 2014, where he wrote principally about classical music. In that capacity, he interviewed Paul McCartney several times, and saw him perform in a great variety of configurations and venuesfrom singing with a hand mic at the Lonestar Roadhouse, playing rock oldies at the Cavern, in Liverpool, and performing in small halls like the Ed Sullivan Theater and the Highline Ballroom, to full-scale concerts at Madison Square Garden and Yankee Stadium. He currently contributes regularly to the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post and other publications. He has taught courses at the Juilliard School and New York University (including a course on the Beatles at the latter), and has written seven books, among them The BeatlesFrom the Cavern to the Rooftop (1995), Got That Something! How The Beatles I Want to Hold Your Hand Changed Everything (2013), The New York Times Essential GuideClassical Music (2004). The principal researcher for the McCartney Legacy series, Adrian Sinclair studied film at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and served a traineeship with ITV in Yorkshire, England, where he learned his craft as a documentary film editor. Hes worked for almost every major broadcaster in the world, including the BBC, ITV, Sky, Channel 4, National Geographic, Discovery and MTV. As well as receiving recognition for his work from the Royal Television Society in England, Adrians 2010 documentary Stealing Shakespeare (BBC/Smithsonian) was Emmy shortlisted for Best Documentary.