In the summer of 1968 The Beatles were tired of seeing themselves in the papers as either moptops or flower-powered hippies. To produce a new set of more contemporary publicity images, Don McCullin was commissioned for a day-long shoot known as ‘Mad Day Out’. These are some less known pictures from that session.
The day before their second appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Beatles spent all afternoon rehearsing at their Miami hotel (Feb 16, 1964). The Beatles had their first U.S. concerts[...]
The Beatles filming Help! in Obertauern, Austria, in March 1965. Help! has been regarded by many as a parody of contemporary Bond films, complete with power crazy despots, mad inventors, and[...]
From now on, it’s Sir Ringo Beatles drummer Ringo Starr has received his knighthood for services to music. Speaking to the BBC after accepting the award, he said: "It means[...]
George Harrison was born on February 25, 1943, in Liverpool, England. Here is a gallery of vintage photos of a young George Harrison. George joined The Beatles on Feb. 6,[...]
In the summer of 1968 The Beatles were recording 'The Beatles' (The White Album). The lads were tired of seeing themselves in the papers as either moptops or flower-powered hippies[...]
A very brief interview with the Beatles; it took place at the Hilton hotel. The interview was filmed for Japanese television and was conducted by the man who would[...]
On May 19th 1967, the Beatles gathered at Brian Epstein’s house in Chapel Street, Belgravia, for the launch party of their new album, ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’. Among the guests was American photographer Linda Eastman.
Stop worrying ! Help! is on the way !
Posters of the second film starring The Beatles. Directed by Richard Lester and featuring Leo McKern, Eleanor Bron, Victor Spinetti, John Bluthal, Roy Kinnear and Patrick Cargill.
A very brief interview with the Beatles; it took place at the Hilton hotel. The interview was filmed for Japanese television and was conducted by the man who would introduce them on stage for each of their Tokyo performances.
Two candid shots of John Lennon and Paul McCartney while rehearsing All You Need Is Love, 25 June 1967.
From the very beginnings of the Beatles, Paul McCartney and John Lennon decided to publish their songs under both their names. So all their songs have the dual Lennon/McCartney writing credit. Later, when they wrote separately (and still took co-writer credits as Lennon/McCartney), the one who wrote the song would sing the lead. Some […]