A new limited-edition book featuring more than 1,000 images of The Beatles taken by veteran photographer Henry Grossman is now available for purchase. Places I Remember: My Time with the Beatles includes a wide array of photos Grossman snapped of the legendary British band during a four-year relationship that dates back to the group's first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964.

The 528-page book offers photos of The Beatles members on movie sets, in the recording studio and in concert, as well as candid shots of them at home with their families and friends and enjoying various leisure activities. Places I Remember also boasts an introduction written by Paul McCartney.

Photographer Henry Grossman

Most of the photos in the tome are previously unpublished. Only 1,200 copies have been produced, with 250 of them personally signed by Grossman. The book is priced at $495 for unsigned copies and $795 for autographed copies. Visit Curvebender.com to learn more about Places I Remember.

1 comment:

MJG196 said...

I find it extremely frustrating that books like this are so expensive. It seems that all the biggest names in music have some sort of exclusive, Mt. Everest-priced book of photos. It's as if the photographer is saying, "Sorry, but if you ain't rich then I don't care."

My favorite is one by Billy Name, a Factory fave of mine, that can be had for under $40.

Mick Rock and others have put out these super-deluxe photo books, but I wish they would subsequently release cheaper, paperback versions for the average consumer.

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