Présentation de l'éditeur
On September 12, 1969, writer Philip Norman entered the core of Apple Corps — the business that be the Beatles. Only one year earlier, the group had released their first such, citrus-label single — but now, in civil row on Savile Row — John Lennon was calling it quits.
Accepting an impromptu invite, to perform next day at a music festival, a drastic Plastic Ono Band, was quickly drafted and crafted — and with that, Lennon beat feet from the Beatles, all in a line to Allen Klein: "It’s over."
Inside Apple takes a tread on a thread, of olive-green carpet, loose from its stitching — the day a group, unrivaled, also unraveled.
Philip Norman is author of the acclaimed, Shout!: The Beatles in Their Generation, and John Lennon: A Life.