The Lost Beatles Photographs

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The title of the book says it all. There are 900 photos of The Beatles being way more awesome than we could ever be. Don’t lie to yourself, The Beatles were living THAT life. The Beatles former manager Bob Bonis unleashed his personal stash of photos for the book called The Lost Beatles Photographs. Take a gander at some of the photos from the book below.

Portland, Oregon — August 22, 1965.

Metropolitan Stadium, Bloomington, Minnesota — August 21, 1965.

More pics after the jump.

Maple Leaf Gardens Press Conference, Toronto, Canada — September 7, 1964.

Detroit, Michigan, Olympia Stadium, August 13, 1966.

Detroit, Michigan, Olympia Stadium, August 13, 1966.

Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon –August 22, 1965.

En route to Cow Palace, San Francisco, California –August 30, 1965.

JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –August 16, 1966.

JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –August 16, 1966.

Dressing Room, Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis, Missouri –August 21, 1966.

At Seattle Tacoma Airport, The Beatles boarded their chartered American Flyer Airlines Lockheed Electra plane bound for Vancouver, British Columbia, to give their first-ever Canadian concert, at the Empire Stadium, on August 22, 1964.

British actor Reginald Owen’s home, Bel Air, Los Angeles, California –August 23-25, 1964.

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