Celebrate the 60th anniversary of Please Please Me, the Beatles’ first studio album, with rare and never-before-seen photographs of the Fab Four by legendary British photographer Terry O’Neill from their early days in Liverpool through their prolific solo careers. This one-of-a-kind book also features exclusive interviews and profiles of the band, as well as commentary from O’Neill and notes and annotations from renowned art curator Terrence Pepper. The Beatles By Terry O'Neill includes hundreds of gorgeous photographs—many of them previously thought to be lost or never before seen—from their earliest recording sessions and backstage shots to portraits of the Fab Four at the height of Beatlemania. In addition, candid shots of their post-Beatles lives throughout the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s give an insider’s view into their personal lives. Whether feeling like you’re backstage at one of their first stadium concerts to being a guest of Paul playing piano at Ringo’s wedding or part of the photography team from a 1991 portrait session with George Harrison, this collection of spectacular photography is a treasure trove for any Beatles fan. DEFINITIVE COLLECTION: This photography collection chronicles the Beatles from their early days as local artists playing at bars in Liverpool to international superstars. NEVER BEFORE SEEN IMAGES: Includes hundreds of never-before-seen images of the Fab Four on and off the stage, from candid snapshots to portrait stills. EXCLUSIVE ACCESS: Renowned photographer Terry O’Neill had unprecedented access to The Beatles, as one of their favorite photographers and friend. CELEBRATE THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY of the Beatles’ first album, Please Please Me, which was documented and photographed by Terry O’Neill. GO BEHIND THE PHOTOS: The collection includes Terry O’Neill’s notes and annotations that tell the stories behind the photos MASTER PHOTOGRAPHER: From presidents to pop stars, Terry O’Neill has photographed the front line of fame for more than six decades, and is one of the most important figures in the world of celebrity photography. His work is among the most sought-after and collected and has been the subject of several books and museum exhibitions all over the world.

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Terry O’Neill was one of the world’s most collected photographers, with work hanging in national art galleries and private collections across the world. From presidents to pop stars, he photographed the frontline of fame for over six decades. Over his career, O’Neill received many of the highest honors in photography and art, including a fellowship into the Royal Photography Society and the title Commander of the Order of the British Empire.