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In 1964, photojournalist Bill Eppridge covered the U.S. visit of a relatively unknown music quartet from England for Life magazine. He followed the band for six days, taking dozens of photos of their rehearsals, concert appearances, and encounters with adoring fans. Life used just four of his images; the negatives for all the rest were then misplaced for years, resurfacing only after the group had disbanded.
Fifty-five of these largely unseen photos form the basis of America Meets the Beatles!, this summer’s special exhibit at the Museum at Bethel Woods. Along with these highly personal pictures of the lads from Liverpool, the show includes record jackets, posters, fan magazines, and other mop-top memorabilia.
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