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Celebrating 50 Years of The Beatles in the USA

06 Feb 2014

50 years ago, on February 7th 1964, The Beatles arrived in the States and took the world by storm. On February 9th they played on the Ed Sullivan Show. and the rest, as they say, is history.

2014 marks another special anniversary, as Genesis celebrates our 40th birthday later this year. During this time we have published more than 20 limited editions with The Beatles.


For a limited time only, you can order any of these books and enjoy free shipping to your door, with our compliments (represents a saving of up to £50).


Above and left: The Beatles' arrival in America, as depicted by Roy Williams. These illustrations are reproduced here for the first time since their publication exactly 30 years ago, in 50 YEARS ADRIFT by Beatles press officer Derek Taylor.

Derek Taylor actually missed their first appearance in New York, an event he vowed never to repeat:

'I wasn't going to let this happen again; from now on, if The Beatles were going places, I was going too.' - Derek Taylor

Click here to view the entire Beatles collection...
A Day In The Life Photographs of The Beatles by Michael Ward

A Day In The Life

Michael Ward


BIG: Beatles In Germany

BIG: Beatles In Germany

Tony Sheridan, GŁnter Zint


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

Golden Dreams

Astrid Kirchherr, Max Scheler


Hamburg Days

Hamburg Days

Astrid Kirchherr, Klaus Voormann


Hamburg Days Prints

Hamburg Days Prints

Klaus Voormann

FROM £345

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

Mania Days, The Beatles 1964 US Tour

Curt Gunther


Now These Days Are Gone  'Help!' The Beatles Photography by Michael Peto

Now These Days Are Gone

Michael Peto


Stuart The Life & Art of Stuart Sutcliffe


Pauline Sutcliffe, Kay Williams


The story of your book

Since 1974 Genesis has created signed limited edition books on behalf of authors and artists ranging from the Beatles to Buckingham Palace.


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