A Cellarful of Noise (Rhino Rediscovery)

A Cellarful of Noise Rhino Rediscovery From his first encounter with the struggling group in through their meteoric rise to his tragic untimely death in Brian Epstein was in many ways the heart and soul of the Beatles Much th

  • Title: A Cellarful of Noise (Rhino Rediscovery)
  • Author: Brian Epstein Martin Lewis
  • ISBN: 9780671011963
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • From his first encounter with the struggling group in 1961, through their meteoric rise, to his tragic, untimely death in 1967, Brian Epstein was in many ways the heart and soul of the Beatles Much than simply their manager, confidant, and group guru, Epstein helped create a once in a lifetime phenomenon.A Cellarful of Noise, Epstein s long out of print autobiographyFrom his first encounter with the struggling group in 1961, through their meteoric rise, to his tragic, untimely death in 1967, Brian Epstein was in many ways the heart and soul of the Beatles Much than simply their manager, confidant, and group guru, Epstein helped create a once in a lifetime phenomenon.A Cellarful of Noise, Epstein s long out of print autobiography, gives readers the inside story of his discovery and management of the world s most famous rock n roll band From their initial struggles to their wild rocket ride to the pinnacle of success, this true story includesHow a request for a record led to the discovery of the Beatles Why Ringo Starr replaced the original Beatle drummer How Paul McCartney was nearly blinded by a fan and hundreds of other fascinating little known facts of Epstein s life with the Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and other top stars.This new edition of A Cellarful of Noise features an introduction by world renowned Beatles expert Martin Lewis, which, along with Epstein s own words, creates a compelling insightful exploration of the life and times of a gifted man who had an ear for genius.

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    1. I especially liked the chapter called 'tomorrow' about the Beatles future. Brian is going to push them to do more films:). I also like this quote "when the mods and the rockers battled it out on the beaches of South-east England". Maybe this should have been a Beatles movie??? But this is my fav quote: " Happy and gay though they are, teenagers milling in the thousands around town halls and hotels and theaters would kill the Beatles if they got their hands on them." Oh Brian, if you only knew

    2. I re-read this because I couldn't really remember having read it before. I can see why. Brian Epstein's story has been told so many times (and better) that his rather slight account gets lost in the shuffle. His boyish enthusiasm, charm and ideals come shining through but anyone who knows about his "secret" life will find it all a bit too fantastic. The book was obviously written for some quick cash and to further promote his stable of talent. Still, it is a first person narrative of a time and [...]

    3. While I am a massive Beatles fan, I am not the type who buys every book about them. In fact, I buy very few. There are so many now that you could probably build a house out of Beatles books without ever having to double-up on a title. I’m certain that some of them have been written just by taking an average of existing books and no-one has really noticed. However, when I saw from an email (well played!) that The Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein’s memoir, A Cellarful of Noise was available f [...]

    4. I got really excited about this because this is the autobiography of Brian Epstein, the manager of The Beatles. He wrote this when The Beatles were just about getting into the height of their fame, three years before he died, and it’s an interesting insight into his mind and into how he got to where he got to.Unfortunately, it’s fairly insubstantial, less like an autobiography and more like a series of blog posts, although Epstein died back in the sixties and so I guess that makes him ahead [...]

    5. Interesting. I've read a lot of Beatles books, but I'd never read this one before. It was fun to see how many quotes and stories from other books came out of this, as a start. It was also pretty well-written (by Derek Taylor), given that it really was just a little exploitation tome released at the height of Beatlemania. There are things left out -- Epstein being gay being a big one, though that's discussed in the preface to this edition -- and things are left in that you wouldn't necessarily ex [...]

    6. Brian Epstein was the manager of The Beatles. He made them take off their leather trousers for the purpose of putting on pant suits with collarless jackets. Along with their excellent songwriting this seemed to caused a cultural revoltution.My edition of the book actually came from the 60's so there is no foreword or outside info regarding the writing, but I think Derek Taylor (Epstein/Beatles publicity person) wrote the text. Basically it's an afternoon read in how he found the Beatles. It's ra [...]

    7. Having just got back from the Beatles fan Mecca that is Liverpool, I thought I would read more about Brian Epstein, the man who managed The Beatles. Written in 1964, Epstein covers his early life but mainly talks about the Fab Four and their increasing world domination. Epstein also talks about other artists he managed, like Gerry and The Pacemakers and Cilla Black. Epstein comes across as an intelligent, kind and sentimental man, who talks about The Beatles and his other artists, almost as if t [...]

    8. One of the more curious aspects of Beatlemania was that there was even a market for their manager’s autobiography – back then managers may have essentially ruled the industry but they weren’t household names with Simon Cowell levels of fame, even Epstein. It’s a straightforward telling of his life to the time of publication, not quite hagiographic but almost entirely free of juicier elements – for obvious reasons of the stigma attached to homosexuality at the time there aren’t even a [...]

    9. A great window into the life of the Beatles' manager. It reads in the style of a Tiger-beat article which is unfortunite to some degree and extremely fun in other ways. The amount that he, likely intentially, points out other successes he achievied in the music business is more enjoyable than grating. It is refreshing in the lack of stabs he takes at people in the course of his life and no mention of vendictive Beatle fights (as he is still very much their manager to do so would be in very poor [...]

    10. Dette er en hyggelige lille bog skrevet af manden der opdaget The Beatles, som han jo selv så stille siger det.Er man til beatles er der ikke meget nyt at hente om drengene her. Men bogen giver et fantastisk billede in i Epsteins selvforståelse og iscenesættelse af sig selv og de musikere han menagere. Dette er klart et promoverings værktøj for E. hvilket bestemt ikke gør den uinteressant. Om noget giver den et godt billede af manden (da det er forholdsvist nemt at læse ham mellem linjern [...]

    11. Interesting for more passionate Beatles fans, but not a must-read. Epstein's personal account sheds light on his own life, on the group's early history, and on the dynamics of its members that other biographies don't capture as vividly. For those looking for a more general biography, look for "Here, There, and Everywhere" by Geoff Emerick.

    12. Interesting look at the band, and at Brian himself. But--unsurprisingly--he puts a big emotional distance between himself and the reader, and there is so much that gets left out and is lost in the process. Still, a must-read for any Brian fan.

    13. Interesting to go back now and read his view of how it all started, as well as compare thwarted difference with thwarted books by Alan Williams and Michael Braun's from the same period.

    14. Standard autobiography. As a result of the time in which it was written and Epstein's conservative-nature, I learned nothing about The Beatles but it's still a decent book.

    15. There is one major typo in this edition when it mentions a "Peter Fellows", instead of "Peter Sellers" several times in the text.

    16. Not a noteworthy literary effort but an interesting music business book by a guy who (everybody now knows) managed to Beatles in their success.

    17. Fantastic book, pity Brian wrote it in 1964 and never revised it later on , gave a great mention to the Australian tour in 1964 and especially the huge turn out in Adelaide

    18. I thought this book was a brilliant insight of the behind-the-scenes everyday life of managing the Beatles. This book was written by their manager who later ended up taking his own life.

    19. A dated and slightly odd humble-brag of a stitched together puff-piece "autobiography". But a part of reading about The Beatles.

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