On March 30, 1967, The Beatles went Chelsea Manor Studios in London to photograp…

Written by on March 31, 2018


On March 30, 1967, The Beatles went Chelsea Manor Studios in London to photograph the cover of their newest album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The band wore satin marching band outfits of various bright colors and posing amid cardboard cutouts of several dozen famous personages.

Photographer Michael Cooper’s series of pictures would become some the most famous in rock history.

Now, can you name everyone in the picture with out googling it.?

A historic photo shoot, 51 years ago today.




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