Released in 1973, The Beatles Red Album was a fabulous collection of the group’s best early work which provided a potent reminder, if any were needed, of a band that completely changed the rock landscape. This authoritative critical review features insight, comment and analysis by Bill Harry, founder of the legendary Mersey Beat, the author and Beatle historian Peter Doggett, record producer Nick Tauber and leading rock journalist Phil Sutcliffe. Together, they look back on the release of a true rock milestone.
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