The photo sessions for the iconic cover of the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album began in London on March 30, 1967, at 4 Chelsea Manor Studios, 1-11 Flood Street, just off King’s Road in Chelsea, and continued for eight days with designer Peter Blake and photographer Michael Cooper. An itemized list of expenses for the shoot can be found here. (t/y Louis)
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