The song that started Beatle­ma­nia

Country Life Every Week - - Town & Country -

In a piv­otal mo­ment 50 years ago, The Bea­tles recorded All you need is Love for the first time at the Abbey Road stu­dio. It was a live BBC broad­cast—in fact, the world’s first live, international, satel­lite TV pro­duc­tion—and it reached more than 400 mil­lion peo­ple world­wide.

One pho­tog­ra­pher, David Mag­nus, was granted ex­clu­sive ac­cess and some of his rare, be­hind-the-scenes shots have never been pub­lished, un­til now. A new show, ‘The Bea­tles Un­seen’, fea­tur­ing this re­mark­able col­lec­tion of im­ages from 1967, opens to­mor­row at Proud Chelsea, 161, King’s Road, Lon­don SW3, and runs un­til May 14. Visit www.proud.co.uk

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