Please Please Me: Addenda et Errata
Added notes and corrections to Please Please Me: Sixties British Pop, Inside Out.
Every author, I suspect, discovers things in their publications that they wish they had said differently or subsequently discover to be potentially inaccurate. In pursuit of my stated goal of "getting it right," I have added these notes to my book.

59 fn2. "Martin may have been speaking figuratively of 'scissors,' as a razor blade and an editing block were the tools for most tape editing."
A personal note from engineer Malcolm Addey states that EMI did indeed use brass scissors for their editing in this era, not razor blades and splicing blocks, which came later.

Please Please Me: Sixties British Pop, Inside Out
1 March, 2011