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Eight Days a Week: Inside The Beatles’ Final World Tour

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If you do buy one of the coffee tables we’ve featured this week, then perhaps you’ll also want to treat yourself to a beautiful book to show off on it.

Just released is this lavish book of photographs of the Beatles. “Eight Days a Week: Inside The Beatles Final World Tour” comprises of photographs by esteemed photographer Robert Whitaker and text by Marcus Hearn. Whitaker was the photographer behind the most controversial Beatles artwork, the “Butcher Sleeve” used briefly on the US release of “Yesterday and Today” and he also accompanied the band on several tours, gaining unrestricted access to their lives on the road.

The book is available to buy online at Amazon for just £12.99.

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