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The Beatles: London 1963

1963 Norman Parkinson arrived at the President Hotel in London's Bloomsbury to photograph The Beatles. His commission had come from Jeremy Banks, a freelancer and associate editor of magazine, a title. It had been a busy week for the boys, darting from London to Blackpool and Liverpool before returning to the capital and the recording studios at Abbey Road.

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