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  • Theme: Music Related
  • Brand:Overlook-Omnibus
    Features: Trade Paperback
    UPC: 9781468315684
    Item #: 1927914X
    Available Date: 10/17/2017
    Model Number: 9781468315684
    Theme: Music Related

    CONVERSATIONS WITH MCCARTNEY

    Summary

    The intimate portrayal of one of the most famous men in music, more than half of which is in McCartney’s own words

    For over thirty-five years, noted music writer Paul Du Noyer had unprecedented access to Paul McCartney and has spent more hours in formal, recorded conversation with McCartney than any other writer. Conversations with McCartney is the result of Du Noyer’s long association with McCartney and his music. In the most comprehensive firsthand account of McCartney ever published, Du Noyer presents an honest, humorous, and unique perspective of the former Beatle: “Until Paul McCartney writes his own memoir . . . Paul Du Noyer has set the bar and you won’t need any other volume on your shelf” (London Weekly News).

    Coupling McCartney’s candid thoughts with Du Noyer’s observations and analysis, Conversations with McCartney is beautifully written—the sensitive, shrewd depiction of one of the most accomplished artists of our time.

    About the Author

    Paul Du Noyer is a top music journalist with more than 30 years' experience writing about the subject. His interviewees range from Madonna to Pavarotti, David Bowie to Mick Jagger and nearly everyone with a strong connection to The Beatles, not least Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. He began his career on the staff of Britain's legendary music weekly paper NME, and later joined Q magazine and became its editor. Du Noyer also launched MOJO as its founding editor, for which the British Society of Magazine Editors awarded him the title "Editor of the Year."

    Product Details

    • With both black & white and color images
    • Paperback: 352 pages
    • Publisher: The Overlook Press
    • Biography & Autobiography / Composers & Musicians

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