When the Beatles came to America, they sparked a revolution . . . and nothing was ever the same again. This unique collection of 20 frameable posters captures the lives and careers of the Fab Four in the US, starting with the moment they stepped off the plane in NYC for the first time. An insightful essay examining the band's influence on music, culture, and fashion accompanies the posters. Each poster is bound into the book on perforated pages.
Mark Hayward has been buying and selling pop memorabilia for 30 years. His comprehensive collection of Beatles images range from early photographs of John as a small schoolboy to the group's last days in 1980. As a record producer he signed bands such as the Charlie Watts Quintet, as well as the Cranberries. He has often appeared on radio and television as a widely known and intelligent expert on popular culture.