Beatles Unseen Archivesby Tim Hill
The Beatles: Unseen Archives comprehensively chronicles the heady years in which the group bestrode the pop world like a Colossus. The 600 fabulous photographs were taken by Associated Newspapers' photographers and are from the archives of the Daily Mail. Many are from negatives never previously printed and they are published here for the first time with detailed commentary, which provides an insight into how The Beatles transcended pop icon status to influence an entire generation.
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I am a big beatle fan and I think is so cool and it has lots of pictures!!
great inside glimps at the beatles.awesome pictures of their social lives as well as their musical careers. a must have for every beatles fan.
I have the hard cover book. This book took me about 2 days to read. It was hard to put down from start to finish. Unbelievable photos, never seen before. Each chapter captures their lives for each year, from the beginning of their career, all the way to George Harrison's death in 2001.This is a must read book. And for those who loved to see The Beatles in rare moments, the pictures are wonderful.
For this book being mainly focused on pictures, they had short descriptions that get to the point. The recap of The Beatles through there years of fame is wonderful. Each year they would have about 2 pages that would review the year, after each summary of the year they had the chronological order of the year. At the end of the book, they had a chronological order for the band members in their solo careers up to 1999. This book took me about 6 hours in total to read over the course of three days. I am not one to read much either, this is another reason i throughly enjoyed this book.