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  • B28574a
  • B28574b

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The memoirs of Denis O’Dell, one of the four original non-Beatle directors of Apple Corps, head of Apple Films and a close friend of the Beatles from the early days of Beatlemania through to the group’s demise and beyond. Heavily illustrated with fascinating and previously unpublished photographs including ones of Paul, George and other celebrities at the Maharishi’s ashram in India it contains a plethora of stories and anecdotes untold until now. O’Dell’s position as a key figure in the Beatles history enables him to provide genuine insights into the group’s personal, commercial and artistic motivations which few other books can touch. ‘At the Apple’s Core’ is by turns an amusing, moving, controversial and revealing dissection of the Fab Four’s experience as perceived by a genuine insider. It is essential reading for any true fan of the group and an indispensable addition to any Beatles library. The book has been signed by the author Denis O’Dell in blue pen on the inside title page. Hardback, 220 pages. It measures 14.5cm x 22.25cm (5.75 inches x 8.75 inches). The condition is mint.

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