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The Beatles Unseen: A collection of candid snaps

David Magnus recalls taking photos of The Beatles at the recording of All You Need Is Love for a worldwide live TV broadcast in 1967, that form part of a new exhibition

I was just 19 years old at the time when in October 1963 a job came in to photograph a little group who were playing an end-of-term concert at Stowe Public School For Boys in Buckinghamshire. The name of the group was The Beatles. They’d had a record out and they became enormous, mega-famous stars. But Brian Epstein, their manager, being the honourable man that he was, honoured every one of their existing contracts. And so Stowe Public School got The Beatles.

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