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Deconstructing the White Album:
A Graphic Novel

Written by
Scott Freiman (Deconstructing the Beatles)
and Kenneth Womack (The Beatles Encyclopedia)

Illustrated by
Jim McCarthy (The Life and Death of Keith Moon)
and Marc Olivent (Dark Satanic Mills)

The White Album – the best-selling album of the 1960’s -- is rich in every way: in the songs, the imagery, and the stories behind the great music.

Take a visual journey with us and see how it all happened.

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Scott Freiman
Scott Freiman is the creator of Deconstructing the Beatles, a series of multimedia films and presentations about the composition and production techniques of the Beatles.  Scott has presented his lectures to sold-out audiences at theaters nationwide and has spoken about the Beatles at colleges, universities, and corporations, such as Pixar, Google, and Facebook.  In the Fall of 2012, Scott taught a semester course on “The Beatles In The Studio” at Yale University.  Mr. Freiman’s insights into the music of the Beatles can be found in the book All the Songs: The Story Behind Every Beatles Release published in October 2013 by Black Dog and Leventhal.  Scott also writes about music and "deconstructs" songs and bands for Culture Sonar (
Scott is the co-founder and CEO of Qwire Inc., a technology company that provides collaborative tools for everyone who works with music to picture.  Qwire’s software is used to streamline music tracking and rights management for many television series and films. Previously, Scott was the co-founder and CEO of Credit Management Solutions, Inc., a publicly traded financial software and services company and one of the earliest e-business successes.  Scott left CMSI in 2001 to pursue his dream of becoming a full-time composer and producer.

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Kenneth Womack
Kenneth Womack is a world-renowned authority on the Beatles and their enduring cultural influence. His latest book project involves a two-volume, full-length biography devoted to famed Beatles producer Sir George Martin. Forthcoming in 2017, the first book in the series will be entitled Maximum Volume: The Life of Beatles Producer George Martin (The Early Years: 1926-1966).

Ken’s Beatles-related books include Long and Winding Roads: The Evolving Artistry of the Beatles (2007) and The Cambridge Companion to the Beatles (2009), which was named as The Independent’s “Music Book of the Year.” In 2014, Ken published The Beatles Encyclopedia: Everything Fab Four in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the group’s legendary appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. Ken’s books about the Beatles are included in the permanent collection of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Library and Archives. Ken is also the author of three award-winning novels, including John Doe No. 2 and the Dreamland Motel (2010), The Restaurant at the End of the World (2012), and Playing the Angel (2013).

Ken is Dean of the Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Monmouth University, where he also serves as Professor of English. He is Editor of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory, published by Penn State University Press, and Co-Editor of the English Association’s prodigious Year’s Work in English Studies, published by Oxford University Press.

Over the years, Ken’s work as teacher and writer has earned numerous awards, including the Grace D. Long Faculty Excellence Award (2002), Penn State University’s Alumni Teaching Fellow Award (2006), Northern Illinois University’s Golden Anniversary Alumni Award (2009), Penn State Altoona’s Honorary Alumni Award (2009), and the Kjell Meling Award for Distinction in the Arts and Humanities (2010). In 2013, Ken was selected to serve as the sixth Penn State University Laureate.

Jim McCarthy
Jim McCarthy has authored numerous insightful and contemporary graphic novels linked to music subjects, with titles including Guns N’ Roses: Reckless Life,  Neverland: Michael Jackson, Godspeed: The Kurt Cobain Graphic and Sex Pistols: The Graphic Novel. He also writes about music, including a book on Latin rock.  Jim’s graphic novels and graphic artwork have been published in both the US and UK markets. His work has also been translated and published in Russia, Czechoslovakia, Spain, Norway, Italy, Poland, France, Croatia, Germany and Japan.
Jim McCarthy studied art at Ealing College, leaving in 1975 and working as an artist in Europe for three years. Traveling to Germany, France, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland, and various parts of the UK. Jim produced graphics and cartoons for industry practices for a period of over three years. He also worked in Soho, London on early graphic training programs for Coopers and Lybrand among others.
He started at 2000 AD in 1977 and 1978 on Tharg’s Future Shocks, sharing art duties with Brett Ewins, a partnership that would continue on his return in 1986 for their long run on Bad Company with Peter Milligan. He would work solo with Milligan, again, on their occult detective series Bix Barton, and McCarthy would work steadily at 2000 AD throughout this period until 1996, briefly returning in 2001 and 2002 to draw more Future Shocks.
McCarthy would return to comics full-time in 2003 writing the first of a number of biographical graphic novels, including Godspeed: The Kurt Cobain Graphic, that was re-released in digest form in 2011, and Sex Pistols: The Graphic Novel.

The Voices Of Latin Rock book dealt with the Mission District in San Francisco, and the explosive fusion of Latin, salsa and rock is chronicled from a writer who has followed the music and the musicians for over 30 years. The book covers the stories of prominent Latin rock bands including Santana and Malo, examining in detail the pioneering records and the ways in which both reflect a wide spectrum of Latin influences. It highlights the cast of characters and emerging period in the US during the late ’60s, with all the cultural background events including the Summer of Love, Woodstock, political activism, and the record label expansion.  Legendary figures such as Bill Graham, Clive Davis and the Escovedos family play crucial roles in the development of this sound. As Latin music continues to become more mainstream, the interest in its musical roots grows. This book sheds light on these musical pioneers, and is gorgeously illustrated with over 800 black and white photos by Jim Marshall, Rudy Rodriguez, Joan Chase and others, plus artwork of dozens of rare album covers. This innovative book has resulted in a series of music concerts in San Francisco promoting autism awareness and has featured Carlos Santana, Booker T, Los Lobos, Sly Stone, George Clinton, El Chicano, Malo, Taj Mahal, Mike Shrieve’s Spellbinder, The original Santana Band with Neal Schon, The Doobie Brothers among others. The money was raised for the Alex Speaks Autism Awareness charity foundation, the proceeds being distributed to schools supporting autism in the San Francisco Bay Area. The 10th Voices Of Latin Rock show was held at Bimbos in January 2015, with another stellar musical cast.

Marc Olivent
Marc Olivent is a Carnegie/Kate Greenaway medal shortlisted illustrator. Previous work includes Reckless Life, the Guns’n’ Roses bio-graphic and Who Are You? The Life and Death of Keith Moon, both for Omnibus Press, plus, Dark Satanic Mills for Walker Books. He also lists both Dark Horse Comics and Vertigo Comics among his other clients.