ABOUT DAVID

After being forced to retire from work at the age of 35 through ill health, David found therapy in studying The Beatles and Liverpool.

He spent 9 years working on his first book which has received international acclaim, and his second book “The Fab 104” has been universally lauded.

He is publishing a new book on The Beatles drummers with Garry Popper called “Looking for the Fourth Beatle” and is associate producer for the film “Looking for Lennon”.

© 2016 David A Bedford

DAVID’S BOOKS

LIDDYPOOL

The definitive book on The Beatles and Liverpool

FAB ONE HUNDRED AND FOUR

The Evolution of The Beatles, from 1956-1962

THE FOURTH BEATLE

The 15 drummers who put the beat behind the Fab Three

CONTACT US

David@davidabedford.com

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“The Fab one hundred and Four: The Evolution of The Beatles”

From the author of “Liddypool”, “The Fab One Hundred & Four” is the sequel to Liddypool and tells the story of how they became The Beatles

“A treasure chest of research and a visual delight, this will prove to be a work no Beatles fan should be without.”

                                                    Bill Harry, founder of Mersey Beat

I READ THE NEWS TODAY, OH BOY! “Check out “The Fab One Hundred and Four,” a new book written by author/ Beatles scholar David Bedford. Exhaustively researched and illustrated with terrific (and rare) photos, the book tills the fertile soil of the band’s early history by examining the Liverpool musicians who influenced John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr” Michael Starr, New York Post

REVIEW

“At last count there were 7 billion books about The Beatles in print. Is it possible to produce another one that becomes a must read for all Beatle people? You betcha! David Bedford's remarkable tome, The Fab One Hundred and Four - The Evolution of The Beatles should be on every bookshelf. 400 glorious pages of amazing stories and unseen photos taking the story from The Quarrymen to The Fab Four and so much more.

The Beatles stopped me in my tracks the first time I heard them back in January 1963 and I seem to have been reading about them ever since. So I know the story ... or so I thought. Bedford’s masterly detective work leaves no stone unturned on that extraordinary trip from 1956-1962. An obvious labor of Love, you feel as if you are there with the boys as you turn each page and follow their ups and downs across that beloved soot-black city. A true insight into The Beatles and Merseyside.”

Tim Quinn

Mighty Quinn Management

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David interviewed on Liverpool’s BayTV about “The Fab One Hundred and Four” in April 2016

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