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David "Bruce" Spizer (born July 2, 1955)[1] is a tax attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana, who is also recognized as an expert on The Beatles.[2][3] He has published seven books, and is frequently quoted as an authority on the history of the band and its recordings. Contents 1 Biography 2 Books 3 References 4 External links Biography Spizer was born and raised in New Orleans. He attended Isidore Newman School and then received B.A., M.B.A., and J.D. degrees from Tulane University,[4] where he was a member of honorary societies Phi Beta Kappa and the Order of the Coif.[1] While pursuing his legal career, he also managed The Cold, a popular New Wave band in New Orleans.[5] In 1997, Spizer earned a large legal fee from the settlement of a class action lawsuit, and decided to use some of the money to replace his childhood collection of Beatles LPs (which had been damaged by cockroaches) with a new set of first edition albums. Drawn into the world of Beatles collectors, he ended up writing and self-publishing The Beatles Records on Vee-Jay, about the relationship between EMI, the Beatles' U.K. record label, and Vee-Jay Records, the U.S. label that released the band's first records in the U.S.[5] As of 2009, Spizer has written and published six more books about The Beatles.[2][4][5] A New York Times reviewer described his books as containing "a wealth of detail about the Beatles' American recordings and their first visit to the United States, touching on everything from contracts and lawsuits to promotional materials, all richly illustrated."[2] A New York Daily News article called his The Beatles' Story on Capitol Records "a Beatle collector's fantasy by a fanatic Beatles collector and historian."[6] The books about the Capitol releases were issued into 2 separate volumes: Part One, Beatlemania & The Singles and Part Two, The Albums, both issued in 2000. These were followed by The Beatles On Apple Records (2003), which told about the record releases on the group's own Apple label. The following book was The Beatles Are Coming!, released in January 2004 which was issued to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the group's arrival in America. Spizer's next book was the 2005 release, The Beatles Solo on Apple Records, which gave a complete documentation about the solo recordings of John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney that were released between 1968 to 1975. His sixth book in the series was The Beatles Swan Song: "She Loves You" & Other Records, a 2007 publication that told about the American-released Beatles records that were issued on the Swan, United Artists, Decca, MGM, Atco and Polydor labels. It also features information about the Beatles albums and singles released by Capitol in the 70s and 80s. In an exclusive interview with Beatles News,[7] Spizer said that he will be releasing a book on the Beatles U.K. records titled Beatles For Sale On Parlophone, and hopes to have the book available in August 2011. The book is being compiled by Spizer and Frank Daniels, with Spizer writing the text. It will be in the same style and format as Spizer's previous books, including high quality original black and white and full color images. According to Spizer, this new book will have over 350 pages and cover the Beatles singles, albums and extended play (EP) discs released in the U.K. from 1962 through 1970. Spizer said, "This new book covers the Beatles Parlophone EPs, which up until now haven't been accurately documented in any book." Although the book will be titled Beatles For Sale on Parlophone, Spizer added that it will also cover the records appearing on the Apple label, which were manufactured and distributed by EMI, as well as the handful of releases on Polydor of the group's Hamburg recordings. Spizer has served as a consultant to EMI and Apple Records for their CD re-releases of the American configurations of the Beatles catalog.[2] He wrote the text for the companion booklet for the 2006 box set The Capitol Albums, Volume 2,[8] and for the "catalography" that accompanies the 2009 "Box of Vision" release.[9] He was also chosen to write 2,592 questions for a special Beatles edition of the Trivial Pursuit board game.[5] Spizer has appeared on television programs such as CBS's The Early Show,[10] Fox News, and Good Morning America,[5] and on the National Public Radio news program All Things Considered.[11][12][13] He has been cited as a Beatles authority in print publications such as Rolling Stone,[14] The Guardian,[15] the New York Times,[16] and Time.[17] Books The Beatles Records on Vee-Jay (1998), ISBN 09662649-08 The Beatles' Story on Capitol Records - Part One: The Singles (2000), ISBN 09662649-16 The Beatles' Story on Capitol Records - Part Two: The Albums (2000), ISBN 09662649-24 The Beatles on Apple Records (2003), ISBN 09662649-40 The Beatles Are Coming! (2003), ISBN 09662649-91 The Beatles Solo on Apple Records (2005), ISBN 09662649-59 The Beatles Swan Song: "She Loves You" & Other Records (2007), ISBN 09662649-75 References ^ a b Bruce Spizer, A Professional Law Corporation at Lawyers.com (retrieved September 23, 2009). ^ a b c d Allan Kozin, "A Book Publisher, Beatlemaniacs? Why Don't You Do It on Your Own?", New York Times, December 26, 2006. ^ Beatlemania — in 5 volumes, Deseret News, February 6, 2004 (pay site)("Spizer is what you'd call an expert in the subject"). ^ a b The Beatles in America (Spizer's official website). ^ a b c d e Doug McCash, "New Orleans lawyer creates the questions for a new Beatles Trivial Pursuit game", Times-Picayune, August 10, 2009, reprinted as Who's tops in Beatles trivia? Bruce Spizer, AP at USA Today, August 17, 2009. ^ "Officially on the Web - Yeah, Yeah, Yeah", New York Daily News, November 13, 2000. ^ "Exclusive Details: New book documents Beatles on Parlophone". BeatlesNews.com. 2011-02-24. http://www.beatlesnews.com/news/the-beatles/201102241707/exclusive-details-new-book-documents-beatles-on-parlophone.html. Retrieved 2011-03-30.  ^ Angus Lind, "He loves them, yeah, yeah, yeah: New compilation CD is another milestone for Beatlemaniac Bruce Spizer", Times-Picayune, April 12, 2006. ^ Edna Gunderson, "Art in 'Beatles Box of Vision' is 'married to the music'", USA Today, September 8, 2009. ^ Tatiana Morales, "'The Beatles Are Coming!': New Book With Over 450 Images Of The Fab Four And More", CBSNews.com, Feb. 5, 2004. ^ 'The White Album' 40 Years Later, audio interview with Spizer on All Things Considered (November 24, 2008). ^ The Beatles in America audio interview with Spizer on All Things Considered (April 13, 2006). ^ "The Lost Beatles Tapes, audio interview with Spizer on All Things Considered (March 14, 2003). ^ "Apple: Beatles Tape "Bollocks", Rolling Stone, December 17, 2003. ^ David Fickling, "Psst! Wanna buy Abbey Road?", The Guardian, February 21, 2003. ^ Bruce Weber, "Alan Livingston, at 91; helped to reshape American pop culture with Beatles, Bozo", New York Times reprinted at boston.com, March 22, 2009. ^ "That Old Feeling: Meet the Beatles", TIME, Feb. 07, 2004. External links The Beatles in America (Spizer's official website). Bruce Spizer is New Orleans' Beatles Expert (video interview), Times-Picayune, August 10, 2009.  The Beatles v · d · eThe Beatles John Lennon · Paul McCartney · George Harrison · Ringo Starr Stuart Sutcliffe · Pete Best History The Quarrymen · In Hamburg · At The Cavern Club · Decca audition · Beatlemania in the United Kingdom · North American releases · In the United States · In 1966 · More popular than Jesus · The studio years · In Rishikesh · Breakup · Death of John Lennon · Reunions · Anthology · Love (Cirque du Soleil) · The Beatles: Rock Band · Line-ups · Timeline Filmography and Videography A Hard Day's Night · Help! · Magical Mystery Tour · Yellow Submarine · Let It Be · The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit · The Beatles at Shea Stadium · The Compleat Beatles · The Beatles Anthology · All Together Now Live performances 1964 world tour · 1965 European tour · 1965 US tour · 1966 US tour · List of live performances Associated places 34 Montagu Square, Marylebone · Abbey Road · Abbey Road Studios · The Bag O'Nails · Beatlemania Hamburg · Beatles-Platz · Blue Angel · The Casbah Coffee Club · Candlestick Park · The Cavern Club · Kaiserkeller · Kinfauns · Savile Row · Scotch of St James · Stanley Street · The Star-Club · Strawberry Field · Tittenhurst Park · The Top Ten Club · Wigmore Street · Yellow Submarine sculpture Associated companies Apple Corps · Apple Records · Harrisongs · Lingasong Records · MPL Communications · Northern Songs · Parlophone · Phillips' Sound Recording Services · Seltaeb · Sony/ATV Music Publishing · Startling Music Influence Artists who have covered The Beatles · Beatlemania · British Invasion · Fifth Beatle · Influence on popular culture · Jeff Lynne and The Beatles · Recording technology · The Rutles · Tributes Lists Awards and nominations · Bootlegs · Cover songs · Discography · Instruments · Post-breakup collaborations · Record sales · Recording sessions · Songs · Sgt. Pepper cover Related articles Apple Corps v Apple Computer · Apple scruffs · Beatle boots · The Beatles (TV series) · The Beatles Anthology (book) · Beatles Day · The Beatles Tapes from the David Wigg Interviews · The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes · The Ed Sullivan Show · How I Won the War · In My Life · Lennon/McCartney · Paul is dead · Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (film) · Up Against It Book · Category · Portal · WikiProject v · d · ePeople associated with The Beatles Personnel Neil Aspinall · Dave Dexter, Jr. · Geoff Emerick · Mal Evans · Glyn Johns · Bert Kaempfert · Jeff Lynne · Magic Alex · Ken Mansfield · George Martin · Giles Martin · Phil McDonald · Ken Scott · Norman Smith · Phil Spector · Alistair Taylor · Chris Thomas · Ken Townsend Businessmen Peter Bennett · Sid Bernstein · Peter Brown · Lee Eastman · Brian Epstein · Dick James · Allen Klein · Larry Parnes · Allan Williams Musicians Eric Clapton · The Dirty Mac · Donovan · Bob Dylan · Johnny Gentle · Nicky Hopkins · Johnny Hutchinson · Mick Jagger · Brian Jones · Jim Keltner · David Mason · Tommy Moore · Chas Newby · Jimmie Nicol · Harry Nilsson · Peter and Gordon · Plastic Ono Band · Billy Preston · Ronnie Scott · Ravi Shankar · Tony Sheridan · Rory Storm and the Hurricanes · Andy White Writers Tony Barrow · Ray Connolly · Hunter Davies · Mark Lewisohn · Alan W. Pollack · Bruce Spizer · Derek Taylor Girlfriends / wives Jane Asher · Pattie Boyd · Astrid Kirchherr · Cynthia Lennon · Linda McCartney · Yoko Ono · Francie Schwartz · Maureen Starkey Parents / guardians Mona Best · Alfred Lennon · Julia Lennon · Jim and Mary McCartney · George Smith · Mimi Smith Other Bill Harry · Ken Brown · George Dunning · Horst Fascher · The Fool · Robert Freeman · Bruno Koschmider · Richard Lester · Murray the K · Pete Shotton · Ivan Vaughan · Jürgen Vollmer · Klaus Voormann · Maharishi Mahesh Yogi v · d · eThe Beatles album discography Albums in the core catalogue are marked in bold. Studio albums Please Please Me · With The Beatles · A Hard Day's Night · Beatles for Sale · Help! · Rubber Soul · Revolver · Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band · The Beatles · Yellow Submarine · Abbey Road · Let It Be US albums Introducing... The Beatles · Meet The Beatles! · The Beatles' Second Album · Something New · The Beatles' Story · Beatles '65 · The Early Beatles · Beatles VI · Yesterday and Today · Magical Mystery Tour · Hey Jude Canadian albums Beatlemania! With The Beatles · Twist and Shout · The Beatles' Long Tall Sally Extended plays Twist and Shout · The Beatles' Hits · The Beatles (No. 1) · All My Loving · Souvenir of Their Visit to America · Four by The Beatles · Long Tall Sally · Extracts from the Film A Hard Day's Night · Extracts from the Album A Hard Day's Night · 4-by The Beatles · Beatles for Sale · Beatles for Sale (No. 2) · The Beatles' Million Sellers · Yesterday · Nowhere Man · Magical Mystery Tour Live albums The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl · Live at the BBC Compilations The Beatles' Christmas Album / From Then to You · Past Masters · Anthology (vol. 1 · 2 · 3) Remixes Yellow Submarine Songtrack · Let It Be... Naked · Love Box sets The Beatles Collection · The Beatles: The Collection · The Beatles Box · The Beatles Box Set · The Capitol Albums (vol. 1 · 2) · The Beatles in Mono · The Beatles Stereo Box Set v · d · eThe Beatles compilation discography Bert Kaempfert recordings My Bonnie (w/ Tony Sheridan; GER, 1962) • The Beatles with Tony Sheridan & Guests (1964) • Ain't She Sweet (1964) • The Beatles' First (GER, 1964 / UK, 1967) • In the Beginning (Circa 1960) (1970) • The Early Tapes of The Beatles (1984) • Beatles Bop – Hamburg Days (2001) Hits A Collection of Beatles Oldies (1966) • 1962–1966 (1973) • 1967–1970 (1973) • 20 Greatest Hits (1982) • The Number Ones (1983) • 1 (2000) Themes Rock 'n' Roll Music (1976) • Love Songs (1977) • The Beatles' Ballads (1980) • Reel Music (1982) Non-album tracks Hey Jude (US, 1970 / UK, 1979) • Rarities (UK, 1978) • Rarities (US, 1980) • Past Masters, Volume One (1988) • Past Masters, Volume Two (1988) Alternative versions Yellow Submarine Songtrack (1999) • Let It Be... Naked (2003) Other The Beatles in Italy (ITA, 1965) • The Beatles' Christmas Album (US) / From Then to You (UK) (1970) • Por Siempre Beatles (ARG, 1971) • Love (2006) Unreleased Sessions (due date 1985) Live albums Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany; 1962 (1977) • The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl (1977) • First Live Recordings (1979) • Live at the BBC (1994) Anthology Anthology 1 (1995) • Anthology 2 (1996) • Anthology 3 (1996) Boxed sets The Beatles Collection (UK, 1978 / US, 1979) • The Beatles Box (1980) • The Beatles: The Collection (1982) •The Beatles Box Set (1988) • The Capitol Albums, Volume 1 (2004) • The Capitol Albums, Volume 2 (2006) • The Beatles Stereo Box Set (2009) • The Beatles in Mono (2009) v · d · eThe Beatles singles discography UK and US (All Labels) 1963 "Please Please Me" / "Ask Me Why" · "From Me to You" / "Thank You Girl" · "She Loves You" / "I'll Get You" · "I Want to Hold Your Hand" / "This Boy" (UK) - "I Saw Her Standing There" (US) 1964 "Can't Buy Me Love" / "You Can't Do That" · "A Hard Day's Night" / "Things We Said Today" (UK) - "I Should Have Known Better" (US) · "I Feel Fine" / "She's a Woman" 1965 "Ticket to Ride" / "Yes It Is" · "Help!" / "I'm Down" · "We Can Work It Out" / "Day Tripper" 1966 "Paperback Writer" / "Rain" · "Yellow Submarine" / "Eleanor Rigby" 1967 "Penny Lane" / "Strawberry Fields Forever" · "All You Need Is Love" / "Baby, You're a Rich Man" · "Hello, Goodbye" / "I Am the Walrus" 1968 "Lady Madonna" / "The Inner Light" · "Hey Jude" / "Revolution" 1969 "Get Back" / "Don't Let Me Down" · "The Ballad of John and Yoko" / "Old Brown Shoe" · "Something" / "Come Together" 1970 "Let It Be" / "You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)" 1978 "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band/With a Little Help from My Friends" / "A Day in the Life" 1995 "Free as a Bird" / "Christmas Time (Is Here Again)" 1996 "Real Love" / "Baby's in Black" UK only (Parlophone, Apple) 1962 "My Bonnie" / "The Saints" · "Love Me Do" / "P.S. I Love You" 1964 "Ain't She Sweet" / "If You Love Me, Baby" 1976 "Yesterday" / "I Should Have Known Better" · "Back in the U.S.S.R." / "Twist and Shout" US only (Vee-Jay, Swan, Tollie, Capitol, Apple) 1964 "Twist and Shout" / "There's a Place" · "Do You Want to Know a Secret" / "Thank You Girl" · "Love Me Do" / "P.S. I Love You · "Sie Liebt Dich (She Loves You)" / "I'll Get You" · "I'll Cry Instead" / "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You" · "And I Love Her" / "If I Fell" · "Matchbox" / "Slow Down" 1965 "Eight Days a Week" / "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party" · "Yesterday" / "Act Naturally" 1966 "Nowhere Man" / "What Goes On" 1970 "The Long and Winding Road" / "For You Blue" 1976 "Got to Get You into My Life" / "Helter Skelter" · "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" / "Julia" 1982 "The Beatles Movie Medley" / "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You" Persondata Name Spizer, Bruce Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 2, 1955 Place of birth New Orleans, Louisiana Date of death Place of death