Second book from the guys behid ”A is for Apple book” It''s not often that a member of the Beatles'' ''inner circle'' tells his or her story. Kevin Harrington, who started working as an office boy for NEMS in 1966 and worked his way up, first as a stagehand at Brian Epstein''s Saville Theatre to become in charge of the Beatles'' equipment from 1968 onwards and acted not only as their roadie for them but was also assigned many other chores and odd jobs. Kevin has written an informative and highly entertaining book about his experiences with the Beatles and takes you through their crazy day-to-day world, from the recording of The Beatles double album to the Get Back sessions at Twickenham, the rooftop concert, onto the recording of the Beatles'' final album Abbey Road and finally to George''s Friar Park and last, but by no means least, helping out at The Concert For Bangla Desh. This is a beautifully crafted, hardbound book, with a dust jacket and printed on 135 grams high quality paper with many B&W and color photos. The first 250 copies will include a special professional photographic art print of the Beatles during the 30 January 1969 rooftop concert (with Kevin clearly in the picture enjoying the show!). This professionally printed photograph (21x12.5 cm, 350 g/m?) is included at no extra cost, but will only be included with the first 250 orders! All 500 copies will be numbered and will include a bookplate signed by Kevin Harrington!