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Description: Authors: By Simon Wells Photographs from the archives of Getty Images London by a variety of photographers including Robert WhitakerImprint: Abrams BooksISBN: 0-8109-5911-9EAN: 9780810959118Availability: In StockPublishing Date: 11 1 2005Trim Size: 9 1 4 x 6 1 4Pages Count: 744Cover: HardcoverIllustrations: 430 photographs 100 in full color 744 pages 9 1 4 x 6 1 4 744 pages 9.25x6.25About the Book:Photographs from the archives of Getty Images London by a wide variety of photographers including Robert WhitakerThe Beatles: 365 Days is a dazzling photographic survey—in 425 black-and-white and color images most of which are rarely or never before seen—that follows the Beatles through the arc of their spectacular career from 1963 to 1970. Arranged chronologically the photos trace the story of the band from their emergence on the scene in England through their rise to international superstardom to their very public breakup in 1970. Every aspect of their evolution from mop-tops to legends is depicted including their personal lives performances press conferences recording sessions public appearances photo sessions filmmaking and more. The captions by Simon Wells are rich in detail and provide both band history and cultural context for the photographs as well as quotes from members of the band and those associated with them that have never been published. The insatiable hunger for new books about the Beatles has never waned and this arresting volume—with its wealth of never- and seldom-seen pictures that have long been embargoed at the Getty Images archive—will have a special appeal for all Beatles fans.About the Author:Simon Well a longtime devoted Beatles fan has contributed numerous articles on film and music to a variety of newspapers and magazines including The Guardian The Times and The Beatles’ Book the group’s official journal. His first book Your Face Here: British Cult Movies Since the 1960s was a critical success and made the BBC’s Top Ten Books of the Year for 2001. He lives in Sussex England.