Like Some Forgotten Dream-9781788403207

Like Some Forgotten Dream

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By: Rachel, Daniel
Format: Hardback
Published By: Octopus Publishing Group
Date of Publication: 26/08/2021
Pagination: 368 pages
ISBN13\EAN\SKU: 9781788403207
Readership: General (US: Trade)
Dimensions in mm: 164 x 242 x 35
Weight in grams: 618
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Description: An award-winning music author takes a serious look at a playful question of pop history: what if the Beatles had created one more album?

24.1 cm H | 16.4 cm W | 3.7 cm T | 626 g Wt

***'A fantastical journey through what might have been...

Exciting and compelling'-CHRIS HAWKINS, BBC 6 MUSIC'A detailed researcher and writer...

Ingenious'-RECORD COLLECTOR This is the story of the great lost Beatles album. The end of the Beatles wasn't inevitable. It came through miscommunication, misunderstandings and missed opportunities to reconcile. But what if it didn't end? What if just one of those chances was taken, and the Beatles carried on?

What if they made one last, great album?In Like Some Forgotten Dream, Daniel Rachel - winner of the prestigious Penderyn Music Book Prize - looks at what could have been.

Drawing on impeccable research, Rachel examines the Fab Four's untimely demise - and from the ashes compiles a track list for an imagined final album, pulling together unfinished demos, forgotten B-sides, hit solo songs, and arguing that together they form the basis of a lost Beatles masterpiece. Compelling and convincing, Like Some Forgotten Dream is a daring re-write of Beatles history, and a tantalising glimpse of what might have been. Praise for Daniel Rachel:Walls Come Tumbling Down:'Superlative...brilliant' - Q Magazine'Triumphant' - The Guardian'Brilliant' - MojoIsle of Noises:'In depth, scholarly' - Q Magazine'Fascinating' - The Guardian / NME'Fantastic, insightful interviews' - Noel GallagherDon't Look Back in Anger:'A-grade, A-list' - The Sunday Times'A rollicking read' - Mail on Sunday'Remarkable' - Art Review'Book of the Week' - The Guardian