With over 300 pages and a foreword by Don Black, this hardcover book includes many rare photographs, both in colour and black & white.
The book is now only available direct from co-author Gareth Bramley, at a reduced cost of £14 post free, for UK customers only. No copies can be sent outside the UK.
All copies are brand new.
"If you haven’t bought a copy, do so."
neotrinity, on FSM board
"Those who bought the first book, but haven't bothered with The Man With The Midas Touch, that the second book is so much more comprehensive, containing such detailed information that I really don't know how the authors came across these facts. Their research is so informative.
"It's a great read of over 300 pages...and the design is much improved."
Hansbudgie, on FSM board
"Having purchased both (though I no longer own the first release), I found the second to be a far better read. Well worth the price of a new CD release!"
MusicMad, on FSM board
"As far as I am concerned, Midas Touch is the definitive history of John Barry. A very enjoyable read which takes a prominent pride of place in the bookcase."
"It's great for turning the conversation round to JB whenever friends pop round and (perhaps) making a few converts to the Barry's musical genius. If you don't already have this book in your collection, then shame on you. Your CD, Vinyl and whatever collection is not complete without it.
Whenever a new Barry CD hits the market, we all scramble to be the first in line to buy it. But that (unfortunately) does not happen every day. So, if you're getting withdrawal symptoms waiting for that new CD, this book is the perfect cure. An excellent investment (remember, there are only a limited number printed) and thoroughly recommended."
A must for: John Barry Fans, Film Music Fans, James Bond Fans ,In fact highly recommended for any Music or Film buff!