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  1. George Harrison, Cannes 1977

    Starting at: $645.00

    George Harrison photographed at the Cannes music festival France in 1971. I remember walking along the beach earlier when suddenly there was a huge amount of screaming on the croisette, Harrison was visibly nervous until we realised Johhny Halliday the huge french star had arrived at the festival just a few meters away, I think he was relieved he did not have to make a run for it! Learn More
  2. The Beatles by Tom Murray, Nowhere Man

    Starting at: $1,000.00

    “Bring along your camera. You might get some nice snaps.”

    With those words, spoken in the summer of 1968, a fellow photographer invited Tom Murray to a publicity shoot for an unnamed band. As it turned out, the band was The Beatles.
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  3. The Beatles by Tom Murray

    Starting at: $800.00

    "Bring along your camera. You might get some nice snaps." With those words, spoken in the summer of 1968, a fellow photographer invited Tom Murray to a publicity shoot for an unnamed band. As it turned out, the band was The Beatles. The impromptu shoot th Learn More
  4. Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr by Tom Murray, Martha

    Starting at: $800.00

    This is one of the photographer’s favorite pictures from The Mad Day shoot. The longest-haired of the subjects was the subject of Paul’s well-known composition.

    This was the final setting for the shoot, a geodesic dome built for Paul behind Learn More
  5. The Beatles by Tom Murray, Ready Set Go

    Starting at: $3,500.00

    At London’s Old Street Underground station, The Beatles used a wooden plank as a ramp and climbed on top of a large concrete block that was in the middle of a roundabout next to the station.

    The spontaneous play captures the essence of the Learn More
  6. The Beatles by Tom Murray, Untitled I

    Starting at: $800.00

    When the group arrived by the banks of The Thames, Tom Murray recalls, “John dropped to the ground, pretending to be dead. The Beatles laughed. No shot for me. Then they got deadly serious. John had his eyes open and the Beatles looked on with very ser Learn More
  7. The Beatles by Tom Murray, Scene From Thames I

    Starting at: $800.00

    “The guys were in a great mood,” Tom Murray says. “It was a super shoot and great fun.”

    The following day, the band went into the studio to record, “Hey, Jude.” Learn More
  8. The Beatles by Tom Murray, Suburbia

    Starting at: $800.00

    Shot in impromptu scenes around London such as this, “The Mad Day” photographs are from the last publicity shoot of all four of the Beatles. They have been regarded as the some of the best photos ever taken of the group. Learn More
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  10. The Beatles by Tom Murray, Coming Apart

    Starting at: $4,000.00

    “This was a lot of fun, they were just play acting the whole time,” says Tom. “It was a sequence of five shots and took about an hour.” Paul almost fell as the four of them clowned around for the camera. Learn More

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