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First they were the Blackjacks; then the Quarrymen; then the Beatals; then the Silver Beatles; then the Beatles—and then they were history. The most influential band in rock history didn't blossom overnight; in fact, as this first volume of Mark Lewisohn's much-anticipated multi-volume history dramatically show, the Fab Four and its constituents developed and synergized over time. Tune In takes John, Paul, George, and Ringo from their childhoods and teenage years; through their efforts as fledgling musicians; to gigs in Hamburg and the UK, and early recording sessions. This authoritative narrative brings the story up to a significant jumping off point: the final days of 1963, when the group is about to be become a worldwide sensation. Destined to become a standard.