Taken from "A Day in the Life of The Beatles", by Don McCullin. On Sunday 28th December '68, McCullin, renowned for his war photography, specifically in Vietnam, followed the Beatles for a day after being commissioned by the Apple Corporation. What followed became known as 'The Mad Day Out'. The four trekked all over London, from the banks of the Thames to sessions recording the White Album, as well as a stop off at casa di McCartney. There are fantastic images which until now were unseen, including one particularly disturbing one showing John Lennon 'playing dead', whilst the other band members look on. At the time, this was a protest against the Vietnamese war, yet now the image is seen as prophetic, and is extremely powerful. A must have.