Fifty Years Adrift (In An Open-Necked Shirt)
Derek Taylor's colourful autobiography, packed with glorious pieces of memorabilia from his early days as a journalist, to his term as Beatles publicist and great friend and beyond.
Written by Derek Taylor and edited and annotated by George Harrison, it is a lasting testament to the genius, wit and insight of two great men. An early working title had been And We All Shine On but the title was finally taken from a Liverpudlian expression. Fifty Years Adrift was the subject of glowing reviews, including a fabulous one in The New York Times, while The Beatles Book Monthly described it as "Probably the best Beatles-related volume ever".