Ringo Starr was the genuine working-class member of the Beatles. Born in abject poverty in a tiny terraced house in Liverpool's Dingle, deserted by his father, he suffered years of illness and hospitalisation which affected his schoolwork.
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Author Bill Harry was the first person to write about the Beatles on a regular basis and has written more about them than any other writer. a friend of the group since their origin, he coined the phrase 'Mersey Beat' and launched the newspaper of the same name, a move wich led to Brian Epstein discovering the Beatles.
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