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Brian Samuel Epstein was an English music entrepreneur who managed the Beatles. Epstein . Epstein first noticed the Beatles in issues of Mersey Beat and on numerous posters around Liverpool created by .. two singles), the Cyrkle ( Epstein's first American group), and Cilla Black (who was Epstein's only female artist). Though she was managed briefly by Brian Epstein, it was Bobby who shaped her career. Cilla's direct about the relationship with Bobby: “Romance did take a backseat to working. Back to Black, Cilla's photographic memoir, is a who's who of her showbusiness “The only problem I have is turning Cilla Black – singer, presenter, OBE and firm fixture in the nation's heart – is talking “One evening I was at Brian Epstein's flat,” she recalls, talking about her Yet their relationship could be as combative as it was constant. “I had to issue an ultimatum because it was a case of the ego has landed and.
To us, he was the expert". I've got a business background, and probably a reasonable business brain.
I'm no, sort of, genius [laughter]. It sold 15, sweaters and 50, badges as the group's popularity grew. Epstein refused to allow the Beatles to endorse any product directly, but through NEMS Enterprises he granted discretionary licences to companies who were able to produce good quality products at a fair price, even though many companies were already selling products without a licence.
While the Beatles were ensconced in the Plaza Hotel in New YorkEpstein was further besieged by calls and visits from promoters, retailers, television commentators and hustlers. When he first visited Epstein's office, Isherwood was surprised to learn that Epstein took 25 per cent of the gross income, and not the 10 per cent that he believed most other managers received at that time.
James and his financial partner and accountant, Charles Silver, would each receive 25 per cent of the shares. Lennon and McCartney received 20 per cent each, with Epstein receiving the remaining 10 per cent. Isherwood suggested a stock market flotation for Northern Songs. He also suggested to Epstein that during the flotation Lennon and McCartney should move to houses near Isherwood's own in Esher. In Epstein reinvented it as a music venue featuring various US acts. Two fans had climbed onto the stage to dance, the curtain came down, and they were pushed from the stage.
Although Bullock had not given the order, he was held responsible. He also hosted a regular part of the US television show Hullabaloofilming his appearances in the UK.
When Lennon married Cynthia Powellon 23 AugustEpstein served as best man and paid for the couple's celebration lunch afterwards.
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He also agreed to be godfather to Lennon's son Julian. Epstein managed to avoid a court martial by agreeing to see an army psychiatrist, who learned of Epstein's sexuality. Epstein later stated that his first homosexual experience was when he returned to Liverpool after being discharged. Ian Sharp, one of Lennon's art school friends, once made a sarcastic remark about Epstein, saying, "Which one of you [Beatles] does he fancy? McCartney sent him a letter directing him to have no contact with any of them in the future.
Lennon always denied the rumours, telling Playboy in It was never consummated It was ghost-written by journalist Derek Taylorwho served as Epstein's assistant that year, and then as the publicist for NEMS from to Epstein explained his use of the drug as the only means of staying awake at night during numerous concert tours.
Inafter having been introduced to cannabis by Bob Dylan in New York, Epstein was observed by McCartney standing in front of a mirror, pointing at himself and repeatedly saying "Jew!
During the four months when the Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper was being recorded, Epstein spent his time on holiday, or at the Priory Clinic in Putney, where he tried unsuccessfully to curb his drug use. He left the Priory to attend the Sgt. The advertisement was sponsored by a group called Soma and was signed by sixty-five people, including the Beatles, Scottish psychiatrist R.
Laingsixteen doctors, and two Members of Parliament.
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I am not addicted to either, but I have been very drunk and very 'high'. Epstein immediately asked to play, as he was known for his love of gambling. Epstein often lost thousands of pounds by playing baccarat or chemin de fer, the original version of baccarat when it was introduced to Francebut would stay at Curzon House the whole evening, eating an expensive meal and drinking fine wines. The club never presented Epstein with a bill, as they knew he lost so much in the casino.
After they arrived, Epstein decided to drive back to London alone because an expected group of rent boys he had invited failed to arrive, although they did turn up after Epstein left.
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Brown thought that Epstein sounded "very groggy", and suggested that he take a train back down to the nearest railway station, in Uckfieldinstead of driving under the influence of Tuinals. Epstein replied that he would eat something, read his mail, and watch Juke Box Jury before phoning Brown to tell him which train to meet.
He never called again. He was discovered after his butler had knocked on the door, and then hearing no response,  asked the housekeeper to call the police. Epstein had previously agreed to travel to Bangor after the August Bank Holiday. An Insider's Story of the Beatles, that he had once found a suicide note written by Epstein and had spoken with him about it. According to Brown the note read in part, "This is all too much and I can't take it any more". Brown had also found a will in which Epstein left his house and money to his mother and his brother, with Brown also being named as a minor beneficiary.
When confronted with the notes, Epstein told Brown that he would be grateful if Brown did not tell anyone, and was sorry he had made Brown worry. He explained that when he wrote the note and composed the will he had simply taken one pill too many, and that he had no intention of overdosing, promising to be more careful in the future.
Brown later wrote that he wondered if he had done the right thing by not showing the note to Epstein's doctor, Norman Cowan, who would have stopped prescribing drugs.
The pathologist, Dr Donald Tearestated that Epstein had been taking bromide in the form of Carbitral for some time, and that the barbiturate level in Epstein's blood was a "low fatal level". However, flowers are forbidden at Jewish funerals and burials.
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He sent me to Forest Mere and I lost all the weight. I wish he had talked to me. It must have been so diffi cult for him but he never let on. Did his siblings with their more humdrum lives ever resent his success? By day he was an engineering apprentice with British Rail. At school I was always reluctant to do solos with the choir. Still, a poll by Mersey Beat newspaper ranked him the third most popular act in Liverpool and he had not even turned professional.
He got rid of The Coasters and brought in a more experienced backing group from Manchester called The Dakotas. Billy chose Kramer from the phone book as a new stage name and John Lennon suggested adding the J to make it more catchy. Lennon turned up at the EMI studios one day with a song he had written specially for Kramer. Wary of depending solely on The Beatles for material Kramer insisted on a gentle little ditty called Little Children for his next record. It was a smash on both sides of the Atlantic and Kramer was invited to appear on The Ed Sullivan Show, which had previously introduced The Beatles to the US and made them overnight stars there.
It was all rather overwhelming for the boy from Bootle. To make matters worse he and The Dakotas were at and try new things.
They just wanted to turn up, play and go home. If I got some bad press I could be good for a while. I was drinking bourbon and Coke at 6am and then drinking round the clock. I was a total mess and I put a lot of people through a lot of pain. They met when she was visiting the UK and came to one of his shows. He is 71 now and instead of a slicked-back quiff his hair is shoulderlength and remarkably grey-free.
He says the years since he moved to New York he also has a home in Santa Fe, New Mexico to be with Roni have been the most rewarding of his life.