Hey Jude! Amazing Rare Photos Of The Beatles Emerge In New Book
A brilliant new book is offering fans of the Fab Four a glimpse at 300 rare and unseen images from the original Beatles Book photo archive. Snapped by their personal photographer Leslie Bryce, the photos are completely behind-the-scenes and show John, Paul, George and Ringo in a new light. Here's our pick of the best Beatles snaps from 'Looking Through You'...
1. John Lennon gets ready for the stage
Backstage ahead of a show, John Lennon looks a little startled by The Beatles' personal photographer Leslie Bryce. 'Looking Through You: The Beatles Book Monthly Photo Archive' published by Omnibus Press is available now and limited to 3,000 numbered copies. Get in there quick!
2. The Beatles take a (sort of) selfie!
With those famous haircuts we're guessing there was a fight for the mirror before show time!
3. Cheers! John Lennon and George Harrison share a drink
It sort of looks like they're drinking the froth off the top of a pint of beer...well, it was the 1960s so anything goes.
4. Paul McCartney turns hairdresser
Leslie Bryce captured this brilliant moment with Paul McCartney, presumably doing his best impression of a hairdresser. That voluminous bob looks like it's defying gravity!
5. The Beatles in the rehearsal room
This is just one of 300 shots from 'Looking Through You: The Beatles Book Monthly Photo Archive' published by Omnibus Press. There are only 300 copies available so get yours fast!
6. Ringo learns his lines
Guitar, cigarette, song lyrics...it must be time for The Beatles to hit the stage.
7. John Lennon takes to the drums
John Lennon and the gang were pretty nifty at a number of instruments. Here John tests Ringo's drum-kit territory to check everything is in working order...
8. Nice car George!
Leslie Bryce snapped this great photo of George Harrison atop his (well, we hope it's his) car in his trademark grey suit and skinny black tie.
9. Dinner time with The Beatles
John, Paul, George and Ringo chow down in this behind-the-scenes snap of the band.