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Liverpool Days

The photographs of Max Scheler and Astrid Kirchherr

Astrid Kirchherr, Max Scheler

In 1964 Astrid Kirchherr and Max Scheler travelled from Hamburg to London to photograph The Beatles. Astrid already knew The Beatles well and had photographed them when they'd lived and worked, honing their craft, in the Hamburg clubs.

This new assignment for Astrid and Max involved shooting The Beatles on the set of A Hard Day's Night and in their London homes. From there the pair travelled to Liverpool to photograph The Beatles' haunts, other Liverpool groups and to record lunchtime sessions at The Cavern Club. The result is an amazing archive of photographs.

Liverpool Days

The photographs of Max Scheler and Astrid Kirchherr

Liverpool Days

Liverpool Days

  • ISBN:
    0904351440
  • Deluxe:
    2500 copies
  • Signed by:
    Astrid Kirchherr, Max Scheler
  • Contributors:
    Mike Byrne
  • Paper:
    200gsm matt art paper
  • Binding:
    Full canvas with inset print
  • Box:
    Canvas slipcase
Deluxe No longer available

In 1964 Astrid Kirchherr and Max Scheler travelled from Hamburg to London to photograph The Beatles. Astrid already knew The Beatles well and had photographed them when they'd lived and worked, honing their craft, in the Hamburg clubs.

  • Page size: 250mm x 270mm
  • 122 pages
  • 113 images
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George Harrison in the Gardens of Cliveden House

Olivia Harrison

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Golden Dreams The Beatles 'A Hard Day's Night'

Golden Dreams

Astrid Kirchherr, Max Scheler

£185

Hamburg Days Photos by Astrid Kirchherr & Artwork by Klaus Voormann

Hamburg Days

Astrid Kirchherr, Klaus Voormann

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Mania Days, The Beatles 1964 US Tour The Photographs of Curt Gunther

Mania Days, The Beatles 1964 US Tour

Curt Gunther

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