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The Beatles Anthology (book)

The Beatles Anthology
Author The Beatles
Cover artist Klaus Voormann
Language English
Subject Musical autobiography
Genre Autobiography
Publication date
October 2000
Media type Hardback; later paperback

documentary films, and additional interviews were conducted for the book specifically. (This excludes John Lennon's passages, which were accumulated from various archives and sources). The book is designed as a large-format hardback, with imaginative artwork throughout, and several visually impressive and colourful spreads featuring graphics relevant to the proceeding chronology, photographic arrays and a variety of text styles and layouts. The book went straight to the top of the New York Times bestsellers list.[1] In 2002, the book was released as a large-format paperback.


  1. ^ Best Seller List - 22 October 2000New York TimesThe . From [1]

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