El sargento Pimienta vino a Cuba en un submarino amarillo

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El sargento Pimienta vino a Cuba en un submarino amarillo (English: Sgt. Pepper Came to Cuba in a Yellow Submarine) is Cuban author Ernesto Juan Castellanos’s second book about The Beatles.

The book, divided in two halves as a music record, with side A and side B, contains travel pieces of the author around Beatles related places both in London and Liverpool, interviews with John Lennon’s original Quarrymen, Beatles biographer Hunter Davies, Beatles photographer Robert Freeman, and an interesting step-by-step travel chronicle of Paul McCartney’s four-hour visit to Santiago de Cuba on 14 January 2000, accompanied with his children James and Stella.

The author has also written three other non-fiction books, Los Beatles en Cuba: Un viaje mágico y misterioso, La guerra se acaba –si tú quieres, and John Lennon en La Habana with a little help from my friends.

Bibliographical information[edit]

Title: El Sgto. Pimienta vino a Cuba en un submarino amarillo
Author: Ernesto Juan Castellanos
Publication: La Habana, Cuba : Editorial Letras Cubanas
Year: 2000 (2000 copies)
Description: 320 p.: ill. ; 21 cm.
Language: Spanish
Standard No: ISBN 959-10-0580-6, ISBN 978-959-10-0580-9 LCCN: 2001-414041

Named Corp: BeatlesNon fiction.
Note(s): Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-320).

Available in the following libraries[edit]

US,CA San Diego State University Library
US,CA University Of California, Berkeley
US,DC Library Of Congress
US,FL Florida International University
US,FL University Of Florida
US,IL University Of Illinois
US,MA Harvard University, Harvard College Library
US,NC Duke University Library
US,NJ Princeton University
US,NY Baruch College
US,NY New York Public Library Res Library
US,UT Brigham Young University Library
CA,ON Music Library
United Kingdom British Library
United Kingdom University of Oxford

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