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From the Publisher"These images of four inspired artists, at the pinnacle of their success and on the cusp of transformation, mark a time of radical cultural evolution. In these photos, culled from twenty rolls of black-and-white film taken over the course of an afternoon and ending as the evening shadows gathered, we can glimpse a moment in time that forever changed the way we viewed ourselves and our place in the world around us."
"The Beatles broke up 40 years ago, on Dec 31, but their unsinkable legacy was buoyed last month when their songbook went on iTunes while the 30th anniversary of John Lennon’s death put the band in the headlines. A Day in the Life of the Beatles with text by Paul McCartney, presents the band in the bloom of youth, in photos taken by Don McCullin in 1968, not long before the release of the White Album." ~New York
Times, City Edition
“Beatles fans who think they have everything will be happy to add this to their collections.” ~Courier News
“The book is beautifully crafted, printed on heavy stock, slender but satisfyingly hefty. For fans of the band who just can’t get enough of all things Beatles, it’s well worth a look.” ~PopMatters