Looking Through You: Rare & Unseen Photographs from The Beatles Book Archive

ISBN9781468312751
PublisherOverlook-Omnibus
Published2016/09/06
Pages192
AuthorAndy Neill
FormatHARDCOVER
Weight1.7 Kg.
Height12.9 in.
Width9.8 in.
Depth1.0 in.

Looking Through You: Rare & Unseen Photographs from The Beatles Book Archive

Andy Neill

HARDCOVER

2016/09/06

With each new issue, Beatles fans worldwide would voraciously devour the contents from cover-to-cover, discovering the Fab Four’s latest news and activities and most of all, savouring the exclusive B&W photographs, captured by in-house photographer, Leslie Bryce. During the magazine’s six-year run only a small fraction of these photographs were printed – and then often altered in some way.

The Beatles Book captured the Beatles’ development from British provincial theatres – through foreign tours including their ground-breaking first American visit - and onwards to the band’s withdrawal into the recording studio. It was unique in its access – as well as concert tours and television shows, the band were photographed off duty, at their homes and in the studio – locales that were generally out-of-bounds to most Beatle observers.

This unique and original photographic record preserves many important moments within the Beatles’ career, providing a historically important glimpse into the world's greatest ever entertainment phenomenon.

300 b&w photographs

Looking Through You: Rare & Unseen Photographs from The Beatles Book Archive

Andy Neill

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ISBN9781468312751
PublisherOverlook-Omnibus
Published2016/09/06
Pages192
AuthorAndy Neill
FormatHARDCOVER
Weight1.7 Kg.
Height12.9 in.
Width9.8 in.
Depth1.0 in.

Synopsis

With each new issue, Beatles fans worldwide would voraciously devour the contents from cover-to-cover, discovering the Fab Four’s latest news and activities and most of all, savouring the exclusive B&W photographs, captured by in-house photographer, Leslie Bryce. During the magazine’s six-year run only a small fraction of these photographs were printed – and then often altered in some way.

The Beatles Book captured the Beatles’ development from British provincial theatres – through foreign tours including their ground-breaking first American visit - and onwards to the band’s withdrawal into the recording studio. It was unique in its access – as well as concert tours and television shows, the band were photographed off duty, at their homes and in the studio – locales that were generally out-of-bounds to most Beatle observers.

This unique and original photographic record preserves many important moments within the Beatles’ career, providing a historically important glimpse into the world's greatest ever entertainment phenomenon.

300 b&w photographs

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