File - This 1966 file photo shows The Beatles, from left, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and George Harrison as they leave London Airport on their trip to the U.S. and Canada. (AP Photo)
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No matter how much you think you know about the Beatles, Mark Lewisohn probably knows more. Hundreds of books have been written about the band, but none with such care and authority as those by the 58-year-old British author. Lewisohn is in the midst of a three-volume biography of the Beatles and most recently contributed text for a coffee-table book about their landmark 1964 film, "A Hard Day's Night".During a recent interview with the Associated Press, he talked about "A Hard Day's Night," the Beatles' lasting appeal and the joys of Beatles scholarship.The Beatles had the bravery to accept that in saying no to the films they were being offered they might never get to make one but they agreed among themselves.Researching the Beatles, Lewisohn said, is never boring.Lewisohn believes his three-volume biography project to be an important contribution to cultural history.
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