It Was Thirty Years Ago TodayBook - 1994
In 1963, when Beatlemania was just beginning to explode in Britain, photographer Terence Spencer returned from working on news stories in Africa to find his daughter - then thirteen - begging him to do a feature on the Fab Four. The editors of Life magazine were at first unimpressed by the idea; in America the group was still practically unknown. But after the Beatles had agreed to let Spencer travel with them for four months, in January 1964 Life did indeed publish a feature, just before the band launched into its historic and triumphant tour of the States.
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury, 1994.
Characteristics: 223 p. :,ill. ;,30 cm.