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Eddie Cochran: A Fast Moving Beat Show - hardback edition

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** Updated, Extended, Hardback - Uncover the Captivating Story of Eddie Cochran's Last Tour **

** Own a Piece of True Rock 'n' Roll History with this Signed Edition **

Hey there, rockers! Ready for a mind-blowing journey through rock 'n' roll history? Look no further than the ultimate collector's item for Eddie Cochran fans - the definitive edition of 'Eddie Cochran: A Fast Moving Beat Show - The Story of the Final, Fatal UK Tour"!

This exclusive hardback edition, personally signed by both authors, is limited to just 1,000 copies, last few copies left. With its beautiful matt finish and full-color interior, this book is a stunning tribute to Eddie's last tour in the winter/spring of 1960, tragically ending when he was just 21 years old.

Critics rave about it:
"The most definitive study of the tour ever put to paper" - Beat Magazine

"Exhaustively researched - the authors map out the entire tour" - Record Collector Magazine

"Goes into more detail on that final tour than any publication before" - Vive Le Rock Magazine

This book has been meticulously updated and enhanced three times since its launch two years ago, making it the definitive article.

Why you'll love it:

● A must-have addition to any music lover's collection, this book provides a captivating insight into the world of rock 'n' roll on what was the UK's first 'pop package tour.'
● Whether you're a die-hard Eddie Cochran fan or simply curious about the music of that era, this book guarantees hours of entertainment and discovery.
● With stunning visuals and expertly researched content, this labor of love celebrates the life and enduring legacy of one of rock's greatest stars.

Featuring rare photos and memories from people both on and off the stage, the book's foreword is written by celebrated UK rock 'n' roll star Vince Eager, who performed on many of the tour dates.

Why is this edition so collectible?

Unparalleled research and hours of detective work:
Co-author Adrian McKenna, a successful musician, has been connected to tour participants since the 1980s, fueling his genuine curiosity. Over 40 years of research, Adrian's experience as a traveling musician allowed him to capture the essence of the tour with remarkable accuracy and authenticity. Both authors dedicated themselves to uncovering every detail, combing through media archives and original tour reviews, ensuring a comprehensive and genuine account. They even sought insights from contemporary stars influenced by the Cochran legacy, with Mercury-nominated Richard Hawley contributing a heartfelt outro to the book.

Don't just take our word for it - here's what our customers say!

“Packed with contemporary newspaper cuttings and stories, it lays bare myths and provides fascinating insight into the tour. A must-read for fans of Eddie Cochran and rock 'n' roll!" - Stephen Morris

"A wonderful book that showcases Eddie Cochran's great talent as a singer, songwriter, and musician. Highly recommended for rock 'n' roll and music enthusiasts" - Patricia B.

"A detailed, evocative, and imaginative page-turner, filled with captivating photos and stories of the US and British rock stars and the venues they mesmerized audiences across the country. A must-have!" - Dick Finch

"This book is essential reading for Eddie Cochran fans and rock 'n' roll enthusiasts. It's a superb piece of work, filled with fascinating reminiscences from people who knew and worked with Eddie. Start to finish, an incredible read!" - Ryan. S.

Don't miss out on owning this piece of rock 'n' roll history.

 

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Mark Brigham
Bought for my brother

From age 14 I’ve been a huge EC fan, this rubbed off on my younger brother. He loved that I took the time to get him this ( I’d have loved it too!!). I have the paperback