Revolver: How The Beatles Re-Imagined Rock ‘n’ Roll by Robert Rodriguez



266 pages

9″ x 6″
Illustrated throughout

Was Sgt. Pepper the Beatles’ creative high-water mark? Or was it their semi-experimental 1966 album, which arrived under the cloud of the “Butcher cover,” “more popular than Jesus,” and the end of touring?

Winner of 2013 ARSC Award for Excellence in Research: Rock History, Revolver establishes the Beatles’ seventh album as a game-changer,  signaling the passing of the creative torch from John to Paul and the group’s finest hour as a four-man collaborative.


“Of the literally thousands of books out there about The Beatles, this  one stands head and shoulders above the usual fare. Revolver: How The Beatles Reimagined Rock ‘N’ Roll is one of the more original takes  on this band I have had the pleasure to read. My hat is off to you Mr.  Rodriguez for telling this portion of The Beatles’ story in a very  compelling manner.” Greg Barbrick – Blinded By Sound


“Rodriguez crafts a complete and compelling portrait of one of Rock’s key years….In an era when books seem to escape the editor’s desk  with any number of embarrassing factual errors intact, Revolver: How The Beatles Reimagined Rock ‘N’ Roll is a true rarity. This is an  impeccably researched work. The writer doesn’t let a single question  about some of Rock’s greatest music go unaddressed.” Mike Segretto – Psychobabble 


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