Compiled by Bruce Spizer
Foreword by Perry Cox
This book is the sixth and final installment of Bruce Spizer's critically accliamed books on the Beatles American records. It details the stories behind the records released by Swan, United Artists, Decca, MGM, Atco and Polydor, each who ingeniously marketed their limited number of Beatles recordings to victims of Beatlemania. It also covers the theme albums issued by Capitol Records in the 70s and 80s such as Rock 'N' Roll Music and Love Songs, as well as The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl, Rarities and the unreleased Sessions LP.
Bruce Spizer is considered the world's leading expert on the Beatles in America. In addition to writing seven books on the Beatles, he has written numerous articles on the group and has appeared several times on national (CNN, Fox, ABC, CBS) and local TV programs as well as radio shows. He is a frequent guest speaker at Beatles conventions throughout America.
"The Beatles Swan Song, the final installment in Spizer's masterpiece series of books on The Beatles' American records, is as entertaining as it is essential. Historians, casual fans and serious collectors alike should add this impressive volume to their personal Beatles library without hesitation." --Goldmine magazine, April 13, 2007