HANDOUT IMAGE: Interior image p. 546 from 150 Glimpses of the Beatles by Craig Brown (credit: sjvinyl / Alamy Stock Photo)***ONE TIME USE ONLY. NOT FOR RESALE album cover of Abbey Road (sjvinyl / Alamy Stock Photo)
HANDOUT IMAGE: Interior image p. 546 from "150 Glimpses of the Beatles" by Craig Brown (credit: sjvinyl / Alamy Stock Photo)***ONE TIME USE ONLY. NOT FOR RESALE album cover of Abbey Road (sjvinyl / Alamy Stock Photo)
Craig Brown’s biographical method — combining fragments, lists, excerpts, quotes and flights of whimsy — is executed brilliantly.
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