The publisher for Mark Lewisohn's “All These Years: Tune In, Volume 1” has issued a statement saying the extended special edition will be reprinted once as soon as enough orders are received for the book.
“We are delighted to announce that the extended special edition of "The Beatles: All These Years (Volume One: Tune In)" is now available for fans to order once more, following its initial print-run selling out last year,” said Tim Whiting, publishing director for Little, Brown Non-Fiction in a statement issued last month.
“We are aware of the fact that many people did not get a chance to purchase copies of the extended special edition of 'The Beatles: Tune In.' We would therefore like to clarify that we are intending to reprint but that due to the cost of printing the book, we need a certain number of orders before we can do so. We would like to invite readers to place their orders via this link on our website or via Amazon UK. Customers’ credit/debit cards will not be charged until their copy of the special edition has been dispatched.”
Author Mark Lewisohn told Beatles Examiner in February the longer version of the book would become available again. The book can be ordered on the Amazon.co.uk site. The e-book version of the expanded edition (available in two separate files (part one and part two) is still for sale, but only in the UK. It has not been available in the U.S. The regular version of "All These Years: Tune In, Volume 1" is available in the U.S. in both hardcover and e-book form.
The ordering price is £80.64. One U.S. third-party vendor is asking just under $500 for the book.
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