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“She loves you”, “I want to hold your hand” — that’s where it all started. Geoff Emerick was 15 when he witnessed The Beatles’ record-breaking hits. At nineteen, he became their group’s chief engineer and watched the team rise in fame and eventually fall apart. He shares with you the tale of the legendary Beatles, giving you an insider view like never before.
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