New ‘Beatlemania: 1963-1965’ Book Offers Unseen Beatles Images

The volume has photographs of the group on an early shoot in Liverpool, as they filmed ‘Help!’ and in other locations.

A new book featuring photographs of The Beatles at the height of their early stardom, many of them previously unseen, is published in the US today (28) by ACC Art Books and Iconic Images. Beatlemania: 1963-1965. Four Photographers on the Fab Four features the photography of Norman Parkinson, Terry O’Neill, Michael Ward, and Derek Bayes. It was published in the UK on September 7.

The work of the four photographers in capturing the group during this historic period is being opened to Beatles fans and presented with explanatory narrative by pop historian Tony Barrell. The book provides a unique new perspective on an unforgettable era and reveals unknown images from the Beatles’ unsurpassed rise to global fame.

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