On March 30, 1967, Frank visited Abbey Road Studios on an assignment for The Sunday Times. There he took photos of The Beatles as they recorded 'With A Little Help From My Friends', capturing stunning candid images of John, Paul, George, Ringo and producer George Martin, as they worked on the most influential album ever recorded.
Twelve of those images were made into original artwork for the limited edition SUMMER OF LOVE, but most remain unseen. Now, on the anniversary of the release of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, they are due to be exhibited for the first time.
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Now These Days Are Gone
When photojournalist Michael Peto died in 1970, he left the University of Dundee an incredible collection of 130,000 prints and negatives.
When We Was Fab
'I have decided it is time to create one book in which I am totally involved so that it contains the pictures I like most, printed the way I would print them.'