Photographer Henry Grossman hangs out with three of the Beatles.
In 1964, Grossman, a Time magazine photographer, got what turned out to be the assignment of a lifetime. He was sent to shoot The Beatles' first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." That led to four years as the band's unofficial photographer.
Almost half a century later, comes a book: "Places I Remember: My Time with The Beatles" features a thousand of Grossman's images from those heady days. It's a limited edition, priced at $495. He provided "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with a sneak peek.
George Harrison, left, Ringo Starr, center, Paul McCartney, and John Lennon, back to camera
George Harrison, center, and Ringo Starr
The Fab Four with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Photographer Henry Grossman said this picture was taken the same day that Brian Epstein, The Beatles' manager, died, and everyone scrambled to find ways back to Wales.
John Lennon on the day The Beatles met Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
George Harrison with his Aston Martin
From 1965, John Lennon is at home in the U.K. with his son Julian and first wife Cynthia.