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Once Upon A Time with Ivor Davis


Aug 18, 2019

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1969 was a tremendous year, in the world generally and with The
Beatles as well. We find ourselves commemorating (if not
celebrating) a number of 50th anniversaries this year, among them
the infamous Tate-LaBianca murders; tangentially tied to the “White
Album” by Charles Manson’s (mis)reading of certain lyrics. That he
was able to incite a bunch of confused misfits into sociopathy
remains a fascinating area of study, and SATB has previously
explored the purported ties between Charlie’s “gospel” and what the
rest of the world heard as simply great music.

But reporter and Beatles confidant Ivor Davis is
back, with a new book summarizing his investigation into the case,
which dates back to day one. Manson Exposed: A Reporter’s
50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder
has just been
published, and he’s here to present a timely summation of the case,
just as public interest has been again raised with director Quentin
Tarantino’s latest, Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood.

Not only is Ivor uniquely placed to discuss the
film, but also to talk about a couple of Beatles events he’d
personally witnessed while accompanying them on tour: their 1964
meeting with Bob Dylan, as well as their 1965 visit with
Elvis.





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