Lot 224 of 725:
8 works about the Beatles and other 1960s music  

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Eight volumes about the Beatles and other 1960s music


Various places


Various dates



  • Lennon, John. A Spaniard in the Works. Boards. Simon and Schuster, 1965. Edge wear and a sticker on front free endpaper.
  • John Lennon & Yoko Ono. The Final Testament... Interviews by David Sheff. Edited by G. Barry Golson. Berkley Books, [1982]..
  • Bag One. A Suite of Lithographs by John Lennon. Wrappers. Lee Nordness Galleries, 1970.
  • Larkin, Rochelle. The Beatles: Yesterday...Today...Tomorrow. 1st printing. Scholastic Book Services, [1974].
  • Lennon Remembers. The Rolling Stone Interviews by Jann Wenner. Popular Library, [1971].
  • Yellow Submarine: This voyage chartered by Max Wilk. 1st printing. New American Library, [1968].
  • Goldstein, Richard, ed. The Poetry of Rock. Bantam Books, [1969].
  • Hair. The American Tribal Love-Rock Music. Book & Lyrics by Gerome Ragni & James Rado. 1st printing. Pocket Books, [1969].

All but the first volume in wrappers.

Lot Amendments

Mostly very light wear from handling; near fine.

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