I really wouldn't bother - I spent six and a half quid on it (ten dollars?) because it was in a wrapper and so was not able to give it a quick look-over in the shop.... the Abbey Road stuff is an appalling mis-sell. Over a dozen pages or more a bunch of journos not particularly noted as beatles fans/experts get to give their story/take/connection with one song of the original album - NOT the remix - and it's pretty boring stuff. There's a couple of pull-out boxes with Lewisohn not giving any info you won't already know, and Glyn Johns saying it's insulting to remix legacy stuff cause it can't be improved whilst claiming that he hasn't listen to Abbey Road since he worked on it. Worst of all is the 'interview' with Giles where the writer, Jim Irwin, goes on at length about how you couldn't know how important culturally a new Beatles release was unless you were there, how at the time of Abbey Road he was aware that the mop tops were morphing into something else, how politics, drugs and love lives were having their impacts, although he didn't know that the band were about to break up - he says this was water cooler talk at workplaces etc. Oh, and he tells us he was ten years old in 1969. There's a few Giles quotes in there that have probably already been included in this tread, and an extremely pointless 'map' of Liverpool with Beatle connections. It is a very, very sorry piece of work as a whole and not worth yours or my money. I hope that helps!