It's 1970, and the Beatles decide NOT to break up! Instead, they will record wherever, whenever, and with whomever they like. When they have enough music, they will assemble the very best possible album using the techniques of George Martin.
Come along on a joy-filled romp through the classic group albums to see how they were fit together. Then consider 568 solo recordings from the 70s, looking for the right music — which isn't necessarily the most familiar. The result is seven thrilling "new" Beatles albums — two of which are doubles — that you simply must hear to believe!
This book was inspired by -- but is very different from -- everyone's favorite Beatles parlor game, as suggested by this scene from the movie Boyhood: