Item Details

The Beatles in India

photographs and text by Paul Saltzman ; foreword by Pattie Boyd ; preface by Tim B. Wride ; afterword by Donovan Leitch
Format
Book
Published
San Rafael, California : Insight Editions, 2018.
Edition
Revised edition
Language
English
ISBN
9781683831457, 1683831454
Summary
"In 1968, the Beatles went to Rishikesh, India, studied transcendental meditation, and wrote music. These intimate photos are the only record of their time in this sacred retreat. This new edition of The Beatles in India brings intimate images of the group, taken at an ashram in Rishikesh, India, to a wider audience than ever before. No photographers or press were allowed at Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram in the foothills of the Himalayas, but the Beatles had no objection to fellow visitor Paul Saltzman freely snapping pictures during their time there. This unprecedented access resulted in an extensive collection of intimate photos of the world's most beloved rock band during one of their most serene and productive periods, only two years before the official dissolution of the group. Containing a wide-ranging narrative by Saltzman-about everything from the story of how “Dear Prudence” came to be to George Harrison's description of the first time he picked up a sitar-this unique and exclusive exploration of one of the Beatles' most tender and bittersweet periods is a must-have for all fans of the legendary rock group." -- Provided by publisher.
Description
100 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 33 cm
Notes
"First published as a limited edition by Indigo Properties, Inc., in 2005"--Colophon.
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