My, Sir Paul, aren't we looking kind of grumpy today? George also seems to be wondering why you're giving the cameraman the angry stare!
The photo above, featuring a slightly amused George Harrison and a not-so-amused Paul McCarney was actually just one of the many rare and intimate photos taken by The Beatles beat master Ringo Starr in 1964. During the early days of the iconic English rock band, Ringo often traveled around with a camera and took lots of photos of the group everywhere: rehearsals, at the backstage of their historic guesting on The Ed Sullivan Show, and on the set of their 1965 film, Help!
Many of Ringo’s photos are too good not to share, so we wanted to share with you a handful more published in Ringo's Photo-Album Magazine published in the same year, complete with captions by Ringo himself:
Like these random vintage and/or pop culture photos? See more articles from the Overly Descriptive Title series in the Lomography Magazine!
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