(Not Just) Another Book About The Beatles

We know what you're thinking. 'Another book about the Beatles?!' We get it, we really do. But this book is different. 

The reason it's different is because it's made by Harry Benson. Benson ended up being the Beatles unofficial photographer after being sent on a one-time Paris assignment for the Daily Express.

Going from their first US visit to the infamous 'Bigger than Jesus Christ' tour, there's a plethora of unseen photographs as well as an introductory essay by Benson himself. A collectors edition, there's just 1,764 numbered copies, each one signed by Benson himself.

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So comprehensive it could be the thing that finally turns that one contrary friend you know into a believer. (£450, Taschen)

 

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