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Window Fishing: The night we caught Beatlemania – Second Edition

Window Fishing: The night we caught Beatlemania – Second Edition

 

 

 

John B. Lee

 

Editor: John B. Lee

Title: Window Fishing: The night we caught Beatlemania – Second Edition

ISBN: 978-1-927725-14-6 = 9781927725146

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Blurbs:

 

46 Words:

Window Fishing: The Night we caught Beatlemania is so populare it is now in the second edition with new stories and poems. It will be cherished by anyone that lived in the Beatles eara or wants to understand the significance of the pop fanomenon called Beatlemania.

 

97 Words:

If you are a Beatles lover, a music eficianato, or just a rock and role fan you should have Window Fishing: The Night we caught Beatlemania in your collection. This fine book of poetry and prose, edited by John B. Lee, the worlds greatest Beatles fan, will fill you in on what was going on in the hearts of Beatles fans around the world. So populare it is now in the second edition with brand new content. It will be cherished by anyone that lived in the Beatles eara or wants to understand the significance of Beatlemania.

 

120 Words:

The release of Window Fishing: the night we caught Beatlemania, just in time to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the appearance of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, Sunday, February 9th, 1964,is an important cultural event. The book encapsulates a significant historical period with its impact upon the sensibilities of a number of writers from around the world for whom the Beatles were a major inspiration. The British band, banned in China and the Soviet Union, managed to sing its way into the hearts of millions. This book celebrates how important Beatlemania was for the entire world. Understand the significance of this pop fanomenon from the eyes and ears of writers from around the world, here, between these covers.

 

Reviews:

 

 

Window Fishing captures the total early 60s excitement of those adventurous and novel times … the nonplussedness of the parents’ generation and the dedicated headlong drive into Beatledom of the younger teenagers … No-one knew where this was leading … and maybe we still don’t know … but youngsters were electrified into exhilarating life at the sound of a few bars of music.  Or the oh-so-simple count of, ‘one, two, three, four’ … We all knew what was coming next!  All round the world, we suddenly became members of the same club … a club which included the older generation as had never been before … and the belonging badge of honour had on it four distinctive haircuts on four distinctive faces.  Welcome to Beatlemania.

Julia Baird,

sister of Beatle,

John Lennon

Table of Contents:

 

We are born in an age of assassins — John B. Lee – p. 3

 

1950s/1960s — Robert Sward – p. 5

Where Were You Then — Colin Morton – p. 10

Discovering Desire — Ronnie R. Brown – p. 11

 

As of early evening — John B. Lee – p. 13

 

Third Trimester — Andreas Gripp – p. 14

1964 — Robert Cording – p. 15

You Should Be Glad — Roger Bell – p. 17

Let it Be Imperfect — Michael Schatte – p. 21

One Two Three Fourrraah — Robert Hilles – p. 25

4 Haiku — Mike Wilson – p. 27

 

I’ve loved the Beatles — John B. Lee – p. 29

 

Now We Lived — Ron Smith – p. 30

Squash Heels — Julie Berry – p. 32

The Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens — I.B. Iskov – p. 34

John, Paul, George, Gary and Ringo — Gary Schatte – p. 35

Scream — Betsy Struthers – p. 40

 

I can only recall — John B. Lee – p. 43

 

No, No, No — Amber Homeniuk – p. 45

Lennon — Robert Priest – p. 47

He Loves Me Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah — Susan Whelehan – p. 48

I Never Saw Them — Birgit Elston – p. 50

basement band — Laurie Smith – p. 52

It’s You She’s Thinkng Of — Sandra Lloyd – p. 53

Peachy — Amber Homeniuk – p. 54

 

The first time I heard — John B. Lee – p. 59

 

Hey Jude — Richard M. Grove (Tai) – p. 60

 

I remember listening to Hey Jude — John B. Lee – p. 63

 

Beatlemania, Ed Sullivan, Me & History — Honey Novick – p. 64

White Tangerine — Ron Smith – p. 72

Summer 1965 — Keith Inman – p. 75

Cool (1) — Roger Bell – p. 76

Run For Your Life — Ronnie R. Brown – p. 78

Twiggy — Laurie Smith – p. 80

My Coming of Age — I.B. Iskov – p. 82

Something is Happening Here — Betsy Struthers – p. 84

Elly’s Birthday — Maureen Korp – p. 87

Playing the Beatles Backwards — Robert Priest – p. 88

Three Brother Melody — Deborah Cox – p. 89

Ornithologist — David McGimpsey – p. 90

All My Loving — Bruce Meyer – p. 91

Up in Smoke — Elizabet Stevens – p. 93

Something Other Than Jesus — Andreas Gripp – p. 94

Song — Don Gutteridge – p. 95

Lennon Backwards by Bed — Robert Priest – p. 96

Time-slide to Joy — Katherine L. Gordon – p. 99

The Devil Walked Past Us — Amber Homeniuk – p. 100

 

The night I heard the news — John B. Lee – p. 103

 

Dec. 8, 1980 — Robert Priest – p. 104

Decade — Bill Howell – p. 106

Imagine — Mary Ann Mulhern – p. 107

I of Death — Keith Inman – p. 108

Dwayne — Keith Inman – p. 109

5 July, 2013 — Maureen Korp – p. 110

Can’t buy me love, 1964 — Maureen Korp – p. 111

Carnival of Lights — John B. Lee – p. 112

Another One Gone — Denis Robillard – p. 114

Goethe at the Airport — John B. Lee – p. 116

Beatle Love — Terry Ann Carter – p. 118

A Glass Onion — Anna Yin – p. 119

A Hard Day’s Night on the Day of an Eclipse — Dylan Lee – p. 120

Summer in Detroit — Marty Gervais – p. 121

Fond of the Beatles — Ron Charach – p. 123

It’s Raining — Paul Jeong – p. 128

Lab Tech — Ron Charach – p. 129

Hey Jude the Obscure — Laurie Smith – p. 131

First Dance — Ronnie R. Brown – p. 132

Boys are You Buzzing — John Tyndall – p. 134

So Many of Us — John Wing – p. 135

Revs — John Tyndall  – p. 136

The Cloud Album — Bruce Meyer – p. 138

Encountering Fame — John B. Lee – p. 144

Dirás que soy un soñador pero no soy el unico … — John B. Lee – p. 144

An Old Record — Misha Feigin – p. 151

Beatle Dreams — Hugh MacDonald – p. 153

The Beatles at the Edgewater — Susan Evans Shaw – p. 154

 

Encore …

 

The book Window Fishing… — Julia Baird – p. 161

Leaving Liverpool 1961 — Frances Roberts-Reilly – p. 162

Not from farms and freshwater lakes — Kathleen Abley – p. 164

The Cavern Club — Kimmy Beach – p. 165

The Beatles — Laurence Hutchman – p. 167

Give me back — Roger Bell – p. 168

When you’re 64 — Betsy Struthers – p. 169

Night, She Says — Roy Bentley – p. 170

A Day in the Life — Roy Bentley – p. 171

I thought I knew you, what did I know — Mark Tovey – p. 172

Someone get me outta here — Mark Tovey – p. 173

The Handshake — Mark Tovey – p. 174

 

I’ve seen Sir Paul McCartney — John B. Lee – p. 177

 

Ringo Starr Answers Questions — Roy Bentley – p. 179

 

November 30th, 2001 — John B. Lee – p. 181

 

The Day We (Sort Of) Met George Harrison — Chris Faiers – p. 182

The Beatles in Us — Manuel de Jesús Velázquez León – p.184

Imagine Camp — Vanessa Shields – p. 186

 

My grandson Talli — John B. Lee – p. 189

 

Author Bios – p. 190