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Beabliography

Mostly academic writings about the Beatles
by Markus Heuger
 





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  The Beabliography is a bibliography of books and articles, focusing mainly on academic works on the Beatles. By now the database covers over 500 titles, some with links and/or abstracts. Please mail us if you like to add yet another title to this list.
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  • Armstrong, Charles (1974), "From Beatles to Bach and back." In: Community and Junior College Journal, 1974, 45, 4 (December), 18.
  • Bannister, Matthew (2001), "Ladies and gentleman ... the Beatelles! The influence of sixties girl groups on the Beatles." In: Yrjö Heinonen, Markus Heuger, Sheila Whiteley, Terhi Nurmesjärvi and Jouni Koskimäki (eds.), Beatlestudies 3. Proceedings of the Beatles 2000 conference. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä (Department of Music, Research Reports 23), 2001, 169-179. [Abstract]
  • Bannister, Matthew (2002), "The Beatle who became a man. Revolver and George Harrison's metamorphosis." In: Russell Reising (ed.), Every sound there is. The Beatles' Revolver and the transformation of rock and roll. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002, 183-193.
  • Berger, Rolf (2001), "John Lennon's and Paul McCartney's different ways of recording a song in the studio (exemplified by 'Strawberry Fields Forever' and 'Penny Lane'." In: Yrjö Heinonen, Markus Heuger, Sheila Whiteley, Terhi Nurmesjärvi and Jouni Koskimäki (eds.), Beatlestudies 3. Proceedings of the Beatles 2000 conference. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä (Department of Music, Research Reports 23), 2001, 293-298. [Abstract]
  • Bergh, Paul van den (1976), The Beatles als discrete informatiebron. [The Beatles as a source of discrete information.] Leiden: Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, 1976 (Instituut voor Culturele Antropologie en Sociologie der Niet-Westerse Volken, no. 17).
  • Boehmer, Konrad (1970), Zwischen Reihe und Pop. [From round dance to rock.] München, 1970.
  • Cawelti, John G. (1968), "Beatles, Batman and the new aesthetic." In: Midway, 1968, 9, 2, 49-70.
  • Covach, John Rudolph (1990), "The rules and the use of specific model in music satire." In: Indiana Theory Review, 1990, 11, 119-144.
  • Decker, James M. (2006), "'Baby, You're a Rich Man.' The Beatles, ideology, and the cultural moment.", In: Davis, Todd F., and Kenneth Womack (eds.), Reading the Beatles. Cultural studies, literary criticism and the Fab Four. New York: State University of New York Press, 2006, 183-198.
  • Diettrich, Eva (1979), Tendenzen der Popmusik. Dargestellt am Beispiel der Beatles. Tutzing: Schneider, 1979.
  • DiLello, Richard (1973), The longest cocktail party. An insider's diary of the Beatles, their million-dollar Apple empire and its wild rise and fall. Chicago: Playboy Press.
  • Doggett, Peter (1998), Abbey Road / Let It Be: The Beatles. Suffolk: Music Sales Ltd, 1998 [Classic Rock Albums Series].
  • Doney, Malcolm (1981), Lennon and McCartney. A serious analysis of their songwriting and how it was influenced by their times. London: Omnibus Press, 1982. [originally published in 1981 by Midas Books.]
  • Everett, Walter (2001), "The future of Beatles' research." In: Yrjö Heinonen, Markus Heuger, Sheila Whiteley, Terhi Nurmesjärvi and Jouni Koskimäki (eds.), Beatlestudies 3. Proceedings of the Beatles 2000 conference. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä (Department of Music, Research Reports 23), 2001, 25-44. [Abstract]
  • Fitzgerald, Jon (1995), "When the Brill Building met Lennon-McCartney. Continuity and change in the early evolution of the mainstream pop song." In: Popular Music and Society, 1995, 19, 1, 59-78.
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