#24: Beatles Special

#24: Beatles Special Furore

“The world’s most interesting publication dedicates an entire issue to the world’s most interesting subject, and approaches it from the most oblique and fascinating angles. There’s something for everyone here. Don’t be shy – buy.” – Mark Lewisohn

• COVER STORY – Andre Barreau describes the exact spot where Fiona Adams photographed the Twist and Shout cover picture;
• Lucas Ligtenberg and Piet Schreuders describe the unforgettable canal tour of Amsterdam, 6 June 1964, and reveal who jumped onto the Beatles’ boat;
• The original poster of ‘Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!’ is finally on public view;
• Har van Fulpen studies the Beatles’ signatures, real and almost real;
• Piet Schreuders revisits the beach near Weston-super-Mare where Dezo Hoffmann created his classic Beatles photos;
• The photo sources of Richard Hamilton’s ‘White Album’ poster revealed;
• How Beatles tribute band The Analogues re-created ‘Revolution 9’;
• Mark Lewisohn writes about the jobs the Beatles had before they were Beatles;
• Piet Schreuders shows some of his ‘then-and-now’ photos he made for The Beatles’ London and Adam Smith picks out a few memories of this immortal project

116 pages | full colour -| € 16,95

Furore is a gazette compiled and designed by Piet Schreuders and published at irregular intervals since 1975.