In the case of the Beatles, that has happened repeatedly over the past fifty years.
With professional pride, we have always said: Not with us.
Beatles writing “by Harry Castleman and Walter J. Podrazik” has always been solidly anchored in facts. Beginning with our series of books in the mid-1970s, we’ve consistently verified accounts of the group members’ professional careers, to the best of our own U.S.-based abilities, back to the pre-Internet days. We’ve embraced the straight-laced and confirmed, rather than the fanciful.
With one exception.
We’re revealing it now because the time finally seems right.