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The man who gave the Beatles away

Allan Williams

The man who gave the Beatles away

by Allan Williams

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Williams, Allan, 1930-,
  • Beatles.,
  • Concert agents -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Allan Williams and William Marshall.
    GenreBiography.
    ContributionsMarshall, William, 1926- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML429 .W54
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 216 p. :
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5062742M
    ISBN 100026290502
    LC Control Number74028067
    OCLC/WorldCa1104197

    Allan Williams, the Beatles' first manager who became known as "The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away" from the title of his gritty autobiography, has died in Liverpool at reports the Author: Steve Marinucci. The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away by Allan Williams, William Marshall. Ballantine Books. Mass Market Paperback. POOR. Noticeably used book. Heavy wear to cover. Pages contain marginal notes, underlining, and or highlighting. Possible ex library copy, with all the markings/stickers of that library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, and dust jackets may not be included.

      Re: The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away, by A. Williams «Reply #19 on: Decem , AM» Quote from: Bill Harry on Janu , AM.   The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away by Allan Williams In later years, Williams competed with Pete Best as the worst case of what I call “Liverpool eyes” .

    THE BEATLES The Man Who Gave The Beatles Away ( UK page softback book by Allan Williams and William Marshall, telling the amazing true story of the Beatles' early years when Allan Williams was their manager and the band could be hired for £10 a night!. Includes 8-pages of black & white photographs. The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away by Allan Williams, William Marshall and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at


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And The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away came to mind. Beatles fans know who Allan Williams is. He was their first manager, however in the fifty-plus years since he severed his relationship with the Beatles he has embellished his role in how instrumental a figure he was in launching their career/5(16).

And The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away came to mind. Beatles fans know who Allan Williams is. He was their first manager, however in the fifty-plus years since he severed his relationship with the Beatles he has embellished his role in how instrumental a figure he was in launching their by: 7.

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The rip-roaring, unexpurgated tale of the rise of The Savage Young Beatles, told by the man who let them off the hook. Not kidding: this is not for the faint of heart. flag Like see review/5. Brilliant book about the early Beatles - it's out of print but if you can find a copy it's a must for Beatles fans.

It is of its time and can be slightly racist and sexist in parts but if you can look past that it is a really interesting account of what the Beatles were like before they were famous and is also of interest to anyone who likes Liverpool history/5.

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In the book, "The John Lennon Letters," edited by Hunter Davis, Lennon recommends "The Man Who Gave The Beatles Away" several times. Lennon's letter to photographer Jurgen Vollmer dated April states in a postscript: "there's a book coming out -- 'Macmillan Publishers' -- its by Allan Williams (he took us to Hamburg first) -- it's all about 'THEN'-- Liverpool/Hamburg -- pre Brian Epstein.

It’s been a long time since Allan Williams was simply known as Allan Williams – it’s Allan Williams: The Man Who Gave The Beatles Away (the name of the book he co-wrote 35 years ago).

The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away was full of dialogue that seemed out of place if it genuinely came from the years The quotations were all recreated, which is fine in order to create a mise-en-scène of Liverpool or Hamburg, yet the words used were straight out of /5(12).

The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away was full of dialogue that seemed out of place if it genuinely came from the years The quotations were all recreated, which is fine in order to create a mise-en-scène of Liverpool or Hamburg, yet the words used were straight out of /5(8).

Only a month or so ago I started re-reading Allan’s hilarious and ‘partly true’* book The Man Who Gave The Beatles Away for a post I’m currently working on about the New Cabaret Artistes Club – a business venture Allan and his associate / friend Lord Woodbine ran in. ‘The Man Who Gave the Beatles Away,’ by Allan Williams Williams is the titular figure, and you never have to sweat how good he is, how bright, how canny, etc., because he’s always there to.

Man Who Gave the "Beatles" Away: Written by Allan Williams, Edition, Publisher: Elm Tree Books Hardcover: : Allan Williams: Books/5(9). Williams is the titular figure, and you never have to sweat how good he is, how bright, how canny, etc., because he’s always there to tell you.

He was the band’s first manager when, in his words, no one would go near them with a barge pole, Not a lot of people can boast like [ ]. The Man Who Gave The Beatles Away, a new musical by Irish playwright Ronan Wilmot, running at the New Theatre in Dublin from October to Decembershows, very affectionately, that he wasn’t.

Man who gave the Beatles away. London: Elm Tree Books, (OCoLC) Named Person: Allan Williams; Allan Williams: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Allan Williams; William Marshall.

Back in grungy Liverpool days, Allan Williams was the Beatles' first manager and he remembers them well as a group of ""layabouts and dreamers."" Crazy kids, but lovable.

In the beginning they were making ""a bloody awful sound"" but he got them their first gig in and he still thinks that Tommy Moore who dropped out to work for the Garston Bottle Works was the ""best drummer the Beatles. Man Who Gave the Beatles Away: : Allan Williams: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket.

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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Allan Williams; William Marshall. Find more information about: ISBN:. An original copy of the book 'The Man Who Gave The Beatles Away' by Allan Williams.

The book documents Allan Williams' time as The Beatles first manager. Hardcover. Man Who Gave the "Beatles" Away. Author:Marshall, William.

Book Binding:Hardback. All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. World of Books 4/5(1).In this special expended edition of SATB, Richard and Robert sit down with Beatles historian and author Mark Lewisohn to review the life and times of the Beatles’ first manager (yes, manager), who passed away late last year.

Songs include “Ramrod” and “Shimmy Shimmy.” [Art assistance by Mary Ruth Webb] Find Robert’s books here.