The day before their second appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Beatles spent all afternoon rehearsing at their Miami hotel.
I’ve found this beautiful image surfing the web. It’s based on some shoots by Henry Benson taken while the lads were composing, at George V Hotel in Paris, January 1964. There is no name of the author.
The Beatles photographed by David Hurn on train platform at Acton Station while filming A Hard Day’s Night on 5 April 1964.
A long-lost Beatles demo disc sent to Cilla Black has been rediscovered 52 years later. It’s for You is a song Paul McCartney (credited Lennon-McCartney) penned in 1964. Paul McCartney had recorded his own version on a 7 inch Dick James demo disc.
The Beatles toured Australia in 1964. A couple of months before their arrive, Binny Lum made an interview in London with George, John and Ringo.
The Beatles horse-riding with Brian Epstein at Reed Pigman’s ranch in Alton, Missouri, September 19, 1964. Photographs by Curt Gunther