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"The McCartney Legacy: Volume 1" by Allan Kozinn and Adrian Sinclair

Dey Street Books

In the first of a multivolume set, "The McCartney Legacy, Vol 1: 1969-73" captures the life of Paul McCartney in the years immediately following the dissolution of the Beatles, a period in which McCartney recreated himself as both a man and a musician. Informed by hundreds of interviews, extensive ground up research, and thousands of never-before-seen documents the book is an in depth, revealing exploration of McCartney’s creative and personal lives beyond the Beatles. Allan Kozinn joins us.

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