The Beatles Rubber Soul To Revolver
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour And Yellow Submarine
The Beatles Finally Let It Be
The Beatles Get Back To Abbey Road
The Beatles And Sgt. Pepper: A Fans' Perspective
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Sgt. Pepper & White Album Bundle
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Beatles Solo On Apple Records
Ken Michaels Radio – Get Back Documentary, Ronnie Spector
Al Sussman, Tom Frangione and Bruce Spizer discuss the Get Back documentary. Bruce breaks the news about his next book. Tribute to Ronnie Spector.
ANNOUNCING: The Beatles Rubber Soul to Revolver
Bruce Spizer is working on the latest book in his Beatles Album Series: The Beatles Rubber Soul to Revolver. If you’re not familiar with Bruce’s books, each includes a chapter of recollections and photos from fans about when they first experienced the albums covered in the book. If you were one of the adventurous persons who in 1966 steamed off a trunk cover slick to get to the Butcher image underneath, send us a picture of how it turned out along with your story. CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW to learn more about what he’s looking for and to SUBMIT YOUR MEMORIES AND PHOTOS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR INCLUSION IN BRUCE’S NEXT BOOK. — DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: FEBRUARY 15, 2022
“Bruce Spizer is the ultimate presenter of the historical phenomenon known as the Beatles.”
—Ken Mansfield, first U.S. manager of Apple Records
Bruce Spizer is a first generation Beatles fan and a life-long native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He has an extensive Beatles collection, concentrating primarily on United States and Canadian first issue records, record promotional items, press kits and concert posters.
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THE BEATLES LEGACY ON VINYL, home of Beatles books from Bruce Spizer.
Bruce Spizer’s books tell the fascinating and sometimes convoluted stories behind the Beatles vinyl releases. Bruce’s books contain the complete history of the writing and recording of the songs, the selection of singles in America, the compiling of the unique American albums and the marketing of the Beatles to America.
Each book is filled with several hundred full color and original black & white images of 45 rpm discs, picture sleeves, album labels, album covers, promotional posters, rare point-of-purchase displays, memorabilia, Billboard magazine ads, company documents and, of course, the Beatles themselves. Many of these images are from Bruce’s extensive Beatles collection, while others were contributed by top Beatles collectors and dealers throughout the world.