Hundreds of incredible images that have been captured by fans before, offer a stimulating look at the life of The Beatles during concerts of their heyday.
Photos dusted from lofts and home loading after a global search show John Lennon stood outside an admirer's house in Surrey after she decided to knock on his door in 1968 and Paul McCartney put down his tie for a 1963 concert.
The Fab Four were also photographed while filming on their single & # 39; Help! & # 39; in 1965, who became number one in the US and UK charts and crowned a carnival queen in Northwich near Liverpool.
They have been published in a book, along with other unseen images, entitled The People & Beatles, following a call for photo & # 39; s by band members by European photo company Photobox.
The Beatles are an English rock band, formed in Liverpool, that has become world famous with singles like & # 39; Hey Jude & # 39; and & # 39; Let it be & # 39 ;. Eleven Grammy awards, four Britons and 15 Ivor Novello prizes were won by the band members during their musical career.
After Photobox appealed for photos from the band, more than 1,000 photos were submitted by people from 15 countries around the world.
Bestseller author Barry Miles, who wrote Paul McCartney's autobiography, said after seeing the photos that it's really magical to see another side of the band in the form of stories that have been recorded by the fans & # 39 ;.
The book, which contains 250 images not previously shown, costs £ 25. An accompanying photo exhibition to show a selection of the best images is shown at The Beatles Story Museum in Liverpool.
Hundreds of images of which The Beatles are known are rid of cages and living drawers, where they were kept for decades and published in a book. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison depicted bicycles while they & # 39; Help! & # 39; in 1965, which became number one on charts in the UK and the US.
The four young founding members of The Beatles crowned the Northwich Carnival Queen in 1963. Northwich is a city in north-west England, near the band's home, Liverpool. The Beatles were formed there in 1960
John Lennon introduced himself with an Ivor Novello gong, which he won for the song & # 39; She & # 39; s leaving home & # 39 ;, with fan Maureen Hall in 1968. She knocked somewhat brutally on the door of his house in Surrey with her husband and a young German girl named Renate, and, amazingly, he invited them. When she asked for a souvenir, Maureen was allowed to pose with the trophy
John Lennon bit Sloane Square on February 10, 1963. He is standing on the sidewalk with a woman. This photo is published along with hundreds of others in a book titled The Beatles that became famous after Photobox fans asked to dust their photos to see which photos the band could find
Paul McCartney snarled the act as he adjusted his collar to the Glasgow Odeon in June 1963. In the mirror there is a reflection of what another member of the band seems to be. They played in the concert hall while on tour with Roy Orbison and Gerry and the pacemakers
John Lennon introduced himself with a sign with the text & # 39; War is over! & # 39; with Yoko Ono on Saville Row, London, in December 1969. The couple participated in a protest against the Vietnam War outside the Apple headquarters in the area
George Harrison was broken by a fan with another woman outside the Abbey Road studios in the US. Carol Slegel stood outside the studios to see if she would spot a member of the band and was lucky in 1968
George Harrison photographed with a guitar in a tent in America. The photo was taken in 1966. A microphone is visible to him
Crowds during Beatlemania gathering at Speke airport, Liverpool. Ulf Johansen, who took the photo, said he happened to be in Merseyside when the band arrived in 1964 for the northern premiere of the movie & # 39; A Hard Day & # 39; s Night & # 39 ;. They stood on the roof watching the crowd and had just seen the band waving for fans as they passed
Image of The Beatles & # 39; record Twist and Shout, first released on March 22, 1962. It was produced by George Martin. On the front, the Fab Four can be seen jumping into the sky from a brick wall
This photo was taken on Watergate Beach, Cornwall, when The Beatles made recordings for their Magical Mystery tour in 1967. In the foreground, Mrs. Sprason, who submitted the photo, can be seen
The Beatles depicted with a woman. There is a mirror in the background that shows their reflection. This image will be published along with many others in a book entitled The People & # 39; s Beatles, formed from photos & # 39; s of the band made by fans
Two members of The Beatles kiss a young woman. Bestseller author Barry Miles, who wrote Paul McCartney's autobiography, said after seeing the 250 photos in the new book that it's really magical to see a different side of the band in the form of stories recorded by the fans & # 39 ;.
The Beatles were on a couch with friends on the couch. After Photobox appealed to admirers photos of the band, more than 1,000 images were submitted by fans from 15 different countries
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