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Derek Taylor (7 May 1932 – 7 September 1997) was an English journalist, writer, publicist and record producer. He is best known for his role as press officer to the Beatles, with whom he worked in 1964 and then from 1968 to 1970, and was one of several associates to earn the moniker "the Fifth Beatle". Before returning to London to head the publicity for the Beatles' Apple Corps organisation in 1968, he worked as the publicist for California-based bands such as the Byrds, the Beach Boys and the Mamas and the Papas. Taylor was known for his forward-thinking and extravagant promotional campaigns, exemplified in taglines such as "The Beatles Are Coming" and "Brian Wilson Is a Genius". He was equally dedicated to the 1967 Summer of Love ethos and helped stage that year's Monterey Pop Festival.

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  • ديريك تايلور (بالإنجليزية: Derek Taylor)‏ هو كاتب وصحفي بريطاني، ولد في 7 مايو 1932 في ليفربول في المملكة المتحدة، وتوفي في 8 سبتمبر 1997 في Sudbury في المملكة المتحدة بسبب سرطان. (ar)
  • Derek Taylor (7 May 1932 – 7 September 1997) was an English journalist, writer, publicist and record producer. He is best known for his role as press officer to the Beatles, with whom he worked in 1964 and then from 1968 to 1970, and was one of several associates to earn the moniker "the Fifth Beatle". Before returning to London to head the publicity for the Beatles' Apple Corps organisation in 1968, he worked as the publicist for California-based bands such as the Byrds, the Beach Boys and the Mamas and the Papas. Taylor was known for his forward-thinking and extravagant promotional campaigns, exemplified in taglines such as "The Beatles Are Coming" and "Brian Wilson Is a Genius". He was equally dedicated to the 1967 Summer of Love ethos and helped stage that year's Monterey Pop Festival. Taylor started his career as a local journalist on the Wirral, now part of Merseyside, aged 17 working for the Hoylake and West Kirby Advertiser followed by the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo. He then became a North England-based writer for national British newspapers that included the News Chronicle, the Sunday Dispatch and the Sunday Express. He also served as a regular columnist and theatre critic for the Daily Express from 1952. During the 1970s, Taylor worked for Warner Bros. Records and then HandMade Films. The term "pocket symphony" is generally attributed to Taylor for his description of the Beach Boys' 1966 single "Good Vibrations". A trusted confidant of the Beatles, Taylor remained particularly close to George Harrison long after the band's break-up and maintained a friendship with John Lennon until the latter's death in 1980. In addition to working as editor on Harrison's 1980 autobiography, I, Me, Mine, Taylor authored books such as As Time Goes By, The Making of Raiders of The Lost Ark, Fifty Years Adrift (In An Open Necked Shirt) and It Was Twenty Years Ago Today. Having returned to Apple in the early 1990s, Taylor died of cancer in September 1997 while working on the Beatles Anthology book. (en)
  • Derek Taylor (* 7. Mai 1932 in Liverpool; † 8. September 1997 in Sudbury) war ein britischer Journalist, Autor und Publizist. Taylor wurde bekannt durch seine Tätigkeit als Pressesprecher für die Rockgruppe The Beatles. Er begann seine Karriere als Journalist für die Lokalzeitung Liverpool Daily Post and Echo. Später schrieb er unter anderem für die landesweit erscheinenden Zeitungen News Chronicle, Sunday Dispatch und Sunday Express. Außerdem arbeitete er als regelmäßiger Feuilletonist und Theaterkritiker für den Daily Express in dessen Redaktion in Manchester. (de)
  • Derek Taylor (7 de mayo de 1932-8 de septiembre de 1997)​ fue un escritor, periodista y publicista británico, más conocido por su asociación con The Beatles, siendo su jefe de prensa unos meses en 1964 y más tarde, de 1968 a 1970, para Apple Corps. Comenzó su carrera como periodista local en Liverpool con diecisiete años para Hoylake y West Kirby Advertiser, antes de trabajar en el ​ y de ser corresponsal del norte de Gran Bretaña para diarios como News Chronicle, el y el Sunday Express. También fue columnista y crítico teatral del Daily Express desde 1952.​ Como confidente de The Beatles, Taylor estuvo particularmente cerca de George Harrison y de John Lennon después de la separación del grupo. Además de editar la autobiografía de Harrison en 1980, I, Me, Mine, Taylor fue autor de libros como As Time Goes By, The Making of Raiders of The Lost Ark, Fifty Years Adrift (In An Open Necked Shirt) y It Was Twenty Years Ago Today. (es)
  • Derek Taylor (Liverpool, 7 maggio 1932 – Sudbury, 8 settembre 1997) è stato un giornalista, scrittore e critico teatrale britannico.Conosciuto soprattutto per il suo lavoro come addetto all'ufficio stampa dei Beatles, iniziò la sua carriera come giornalista locale a Liverpool collaborando con l'Hoylake and West Kirby Advertiser e lavorando successivamente per il Liverpool Daily Post e il Liverpool Echo. Divenne poi uno scrittore famoso nell'Inghilterra del nord per giornali nazionali come News Chronicle, Sunday Dispatch, Sunday Express. Inoltre, svolse regolarmente l'attività di rubricista e critico teatrale per il Daily Express. (it)
  • Derek Taylor (Liverpool, 7 de Maio de 1932 - Suffolk, 8 de Setembro de 1997) foi um escritor e jornalista inglês responsável pela assessoria de imprensa do grupo de rock britânico The Beatles. Foi chamado por George Harrison de Quinto Beatle. (pt)
  • Derek Taylor, född 7 maj 1932 i Liverpool, död 8 september 1997 i Sudbury i Suffolk, var en brittisk journalist. Han är mest känd för att ha varit presschef åt The Beatles. Denna artikel om en person med huvudsaklig anknytning till England saknar väsentlig information. Du kan hjälpa till genom att lägga till den. (sv)
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  • ديريك تايلور (بالإنجليزية: Derek Taylor)‏ هو كاتب وصحفي بريطاني، ولد في 7 مايو 1932 في ليفربول في المملكة المتحدة، وتوفي في 8 سبتمبر 1997 في Sudbury في المملكة المتحدة بسبب سرطان. (ar)
  • Derek Taylor (* 7. Mai 1932 in Liverpool; † 8. September 1997 in Sudbury) war ein britischer Journalist, Autor und Publizist. Taylor wurde bekannt durch seine Tätigkeit als Pressesprecher für die Rockgruppe The Beatles. Er begann seine Karriere als Journalist für die Lokalzeitung Liverpool Daily Post and Echo. Später schrieb er unter anderem für die landesweit erscheinenden Zeitungen News Chronicle, Sunday Dispatch und Sunday Express. Außerdem arbeitete er als regelmäßiger Feuilletonist und Theaterkritiker für den Daily Express in dessen Redaktion in Manchester. (de)
  • Derek Taylor (Liverpool, 7 maggio 1932 – Sudbury, 8 settembre 1997) è stato un giornalista, scrittore e critico teatrale britannico.Conosciuto soprattutto per il suo lavoro come addetto all'ufficio stampa dei Beatles, iniziò la sua carriera come giornalista locale a Liverpool collaborando con l'Hoylake and West Kirby Advertiser e lavorando successivamente per il Liverpool Daily Post e il Liverpool Echo. Divenne poi uno scrittore famoso nell'Inghilterra del nord per giornali nazionali come News Chronicle, Sunday Dispatch, Sunday Express. Inoltre, svolse regolarmente l'attività di rubricista e critico teatrale per il Daily Express. (it)
  • Derek Taylor (Liverpool, 7 de Maio de 1932 - Suffolk, 8 de Setembro de 1997) foi um escritor e jornalista inglês responsável pela assessoria de imprensa do grupo de rock britânico The Beatles. Foi chamado por George Harrison de Quinto Beatle. (pt)
  • Derek Taylor, född 7 maj 1932 i Liverpool, död 8 september 1997 i Sudbury i Suffolk, var en brittisk journalist. Han är mest känd för att ha varit presschef åt The Beatles. Denna artikel om en person med huvudsaklig anknytning till England saknar väsentlig information. Du kan hjälpa till genom att lägga till den. (sv)
  • Derek Taylor (7 May 1932 – 7 September 1997) was an English journalist, writer, publicist and record producer. He is best known for his role as press officer to the Beatles, with whom he worked in 1964 and then from 1968 to 1970, and was one of several associates to earn the moniker "the Fifth Beatle". Before returning to London to head the publicity for the Beatles' Apple Corps organisation in 1968, he worked as the publicist for California-based bands such as the Byrds, the Beach Boys and the Mamas and the Papas. Taylor was known for his forward-thinking and extravagant promotional campaigns, exemplified in taglines such as "The Beatles Are Coming" and "Brian Wilson Is a Genius". He was equally dedicated to the 1967 Summer of Love ethos and helped stage that year's Monterey Pop Festival. (en)
  • Derek Taylor (7 de mayo de 1932-8 de septiembre de 1997)​ fue un escritor, periodista y publicista británico, más conocido por su asociación con The Beatles, siendo su jefe de prensa unos meses en 1964 y más tarde, de 1968 a 1970, para Apple Corps. Comenzó su carrera como periodista local en Liverpool con diecisiete años para Hoylake y West Kirby Advertiser, antes de trabajar en el ​ y de ser corresponsal del norte de Gran Bretaña para diarios como News Chronicle, el y el Sunday Express. También fue columnista y crítico teatral del Daily Express desde 1952.​ (es)
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