Social Science - Popular Culture

The Beatles: On Camera, Off Guard 1963-69

It perhaps seems impossible that any images of the Beatles remain unseen, but this fascinating book accompanied by a DVD of rare 8mm footage provides a whole new insight into the Beatles, in pictures. The over 200 images include several early photos of The Quarrymen – when John first met Paul; the filming of A Hard Day’s Night at Paddington; the Beatles in the Bahamas in 1965 filming Help; John and Yoko at home; and Paul on holiday in Frank Sinatra’s Learjet…plus many more! Encapsulating the culture, music and spirit of the ‘60s, this unique book brings us closer to one of the world’s all-time favourite bands and is sure to delight any fan. While it could be said the the pictures 'speak for themselves', interviews with many of the photographers give us an extraordinary insight into the background of each shot, while extended captions give further behind-the-scenes information to complete this fascinating package.

About The Author

Mark Hayward is an established collector of music and popular culture photography and memorabilia, who has gathered an unrivalled collection of material over the last 25 years. His previous books include The Beatles Unseen (Orion 2005) and The Rolling Stones, The Ronnie Wood Story. Mark is also author of Pavilion's The Beatles On Camera, Off Guard, The Rolling Stones On Camera, Off Guard, and Queen On Camera, Off Guard.

  • Publish Date: November 01, 2009
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: Social Science - Popular Culture
  • Publisher: Pavilion
  • Trim Size: 10-1/6 x 11-2/3
  • Pages: 208
  • US Price: $40.00
  • CDN Price: $50.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-86205-867-5

Author Bookshelf: Mark Hayward