CNN reported yesterday that a stash of never-before-seen Beatles’ photos from the 1960s has now been published.
Photographer Henry Grossman enjoyed taking photos of Rock n’ Roll bands like the Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Grateful Dead. His first black and white photos of the Beatles were taken during the mop tops’ maiden voyage to the colonies for their 1964 appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
Afterwards, Grossman invested a week in the Bahamas hanging out and taking photos of John, Paul, George and Ringo during the Feb. 1965 filming of the Beatles’ movie “Help.”
Grossman “took more than 6,000 photographs of The Beatles, many of which were stowed-away negatives that hadn't been developed until this decade.” ~ CNN
“They were four unique guys that could get together and keep their individuality,” he said. “I admired who they were.”
The end product of Grossman’s time with the Beatles resulted in his book “Places I Remember: My Time With the Beatles.”
And you can see a selection of those photos here.