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Beatlemania returns in books, music, DVD
By Edna Gundersen, USA TODAY
This fall, consumers can find The Beatles here, there and everywhere. Roughly 33 years after breaking up, they’re still amassing a fab fortune.
This year’s magical history lure is the Nov. 18 release of Let It Be … Naked, which strips away Phil Spector’s lush orchestrations to reveal the 1970 album’s sonic skeleton.
The Concert for George DVD and soundtrack, capturing the all-star tribute staged a year after George Harrison’s death, arrives the same day, along with the Lennon Legend DVD, which celebrates the late Beatle John Lennon.
The Beatles library expands with a slew of new books, from lavish photo collections to scholarly dissections and reissued biographies.
And don’t forget the biggest cache of unearthed archives since Anthology nearly a decade ago. The Ed Sullivan Shows Featuring The Beatles, a two-disc DVD out today, compiles all four hysteria-inducing episodes that helped transform the moptops into pop’s top attraction. It’s the “Holy Grail,” says Beatles historian Martin Lewis, the DVD’s associate producer.