The Beatles Monochrome Standard Edition
Featuring black and white images by Joe Allen. Edited by Mark Naboshek.
In 1964 the Beatles undertook their first tour of America, a two week visit that took in The Ed Sullivan show, playing live in Washington and New York before finishing in Florida with a second Ed Sullivan experience. Photographer Joe Allen followed them on the entire visit, taking hundreds of black and white images to document this historic first trip to the USA.
For the first time, all of Allen's negatives have been scanned in hi-resolution, meticulously retouched and restored to better than their original glory and assembled in this huge, limited edition photo album. Beautifully printed and bound using the latest technologies MONOCHROME is destined to be a true collectors item.
|Binding and size||Threadsewn, 310mm x 310mm square.|
|Cover materials||Quarterbound with faux white leather spine and black rubberised cover. Embossed.|
|Number of pages and paper type||304 pages, 170gsm silk artpaper.|
|Slipcase||Black buckram with domed front graphic.|