Rare Beatles pictures
• Rare pictures of the Beatles
English rock band "The Beatles", of course, needs no introduction. On this four musicians from Liverpool know all: the fans, and the fans, and even those who do no not interested in music. Over 10 years of concert activity of "The Beatles" worked in many genres and directions, and have collected a large army of loyal fans, whose love for the group bordered on insanity.
We offer you a few pictures taken in the midst of a career "The Beatles".
Speech by "The Beatles" in the Club Cavern Club, Liverpool, in 1961. While drummer Pete Best was still. Best I played in a band until 1962. He would not fit into the overall style of the band, and in relations with other members of the permanent tension and conflict arose. August 16, 1962 Best left and became a drummer now well-known - Ringo Starr.
Guitarist "The Beatles" George Harrison in Hamburg, 1961.
"The Beatles" played 9 February 1964 on the Ed Sullivan show. This TV show has collected 73 million viewers. Many music experts believe that this show has opened the so-called "British Invasion" in the music.
"The Beatles" and Ed Sullivan during a rehearsal of the famous TV show in 1961.
Rehearsal of "The Beatles" during a vacation in Miami Beach, February 16, 1964. Rehearsals do not stop even during the breaks between concerts.
The icons for "Beatles fans". 1964.
When "The Beatles" were at the peak of popularity, Beatlemania include not only teenage girls, and even boys. This group of teenagers in exactly reproduces the style of their idols.
in June 1964. "The Beatles" were rehearsing with drummer Jimmy Nicol, who briefly replaced the ill Ringo Starr during the big tour. Ringo left the hospital and joined the group for 11 of June. Two weeks of frenzied fame as part of "The Beatles" and Jimmy did not help in the development of its own future musical career, and in 1965, he declared bankruptcy.
"The Beatles" manager Brian Epstein dines at his London home in 1964. It was his perseverance and belief in the future runaway success has helped to "The Beatles" to take the first major steps to this popularity. Brian Epstein, died at age 32 in 1967 from an accidental overdose of sleeping pills.
Dorchester Hotel, 1964. Ringo Starr and George Harrison are dancing with their mothers at the party after the premiere of the film "A Hard Day's Night" ( "A Hard Day's Night").
Concert of "The Beatles" at the stadium in New York August 15, 1965.
New York the fans rage and come off during the concert "The Beatles". The concert brought together 55,000 spectators. Shouts and screams of fans were so loud it almost drowned out the music.
The police could hardly contain the crowd of fans gathered in front of Buckingham Palace, where an audience with "The Beatles" at the Queen Elizabeth II.
Speech by "The Beatles" opens championship of martial arts in Tokyo in 1966. The Japanese public is no violent attacks Beatlemania, so all the music was audible, the concert was surprisingly calm.
Despite strong myopia, John Lennon tried not to appear in public wearing glasses. Here he stands just in the points.
The number of records sold "The Beatles" more than a billion, and the number of albums sold in the US, more than any other artist.
"The Beatles" during the broadcast of their group program. 1967.
1967. Paul McCartney plays bass guitar and sings something.
1967. Paul McCartney speaks during a press conference with Linda Eastman, who just two years later would become his wife, and would remain so until his death.
Greece, 1967. Paul McCartney walks with Julian Lennon.
1967. John Lennon on the set of the film "Magical Mystery Tour" (Magical Mystery Tour). The group "The Beatles" filmed the movie yourself. The film is not terribly liked neither the critics nor the audience.
John Lennon on the set of the film "Magical Mystery Tour". The idea to make this film belonged to Paul McCartney.
1968. George Harrison and one of the cartoon characters of "Yellow Submarine". This cartoon was very successful and won several prestigious awards.
1969. "The Beatles" and Yoko Ono during a break in the filming of the documentary.
The last public appearance of "The Beatles" on the roof of Apple Records January 30, 1969 the headquarters of the year.