The Beatles

On March 30th 1967, Photographer Frank Herrmann was sent to Abbey Road Studios on a routine assignment for The Sunday Times to spend one hour with The Beatles who were busy recording their latest album Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The photographs became a rarity because of the lack of access to the band in the recording studio and Herrmann’s photographs remain one of the few pieces of still photography to show the world’s most famous group actually at work.
On the same day, the band finished in the recording studio and headed over to Chelsea’s Flood Street to Michael Cooper’s photogrpahic studio to pose for the album cover shot for Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, choreographed and designed by Sir Peter Blake.

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