Armed with his camera and earplugs to protect him from the screaming fans, photographer Henry Grossman spent four years with the Beatles in the mid-to-late 60’s. He found that he could never put his camera away without missing a perfect photo-op. Many of these photographs remained in storage until recently.
Grossman and his editors culled through over 6,000 photographs (which according to his publisher “had never been seen”) and selected their favorites for his 528-page, 13-pound, unfortunately over-priced, limited-edition book Places I Remember: My Time with the Beatles. Here are a few…