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In conversation with MOJO editor, Pat Gilbert

‘Daniel Rachel imagines what the next Beatles album might have been like, with painstaking detail and great stories’
David Hepworth,
The Guardian / Book of the Day

‘A fantastical journey through what might have been… Exciting and compelling.’
Chris Hawkins, BBC 6 Music

‘Daniel Rachel’s forensic investigation makes a strong case for looking afresh at the evidence… a fascinating detailed read’ –Mojo

In this meticulously crafted book, Rachel offers an extraordinary peek behind the curtain of one of the most celebrated music groups in history…a must-read for any music aficionado’
Music Devotee

‘A detailed researcher and writer… Ingenious.’
Record Collector

‘Full of enthralling details about the highs and lows of the band’s last year… it’s like the DNA in a crime scene.’
David Hepworth,
Word in Your Ear

A book that is religiously detailed and yet manages to create tantalising glimpses of what might have been’
Louder Than War

Date 30th September 2023
Time 5.00pm
Venue Ship Theatre
In his daring re-write of musical history, Daniel Rachel dares to dream… what if The Beatles had made one more great album? Drawing on impeccable research, he examines the untimely demise of the Fab Four and pulls together a track list of unfinished demos, B sides and hit solo songs to raise them from the ashes. Come along to hear more about this tantalising glimpse into what might have been.

To buy tickets, please visit https://sevlitfest.com/events/the-lost-album-of-the-beatles/


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