October 21, 2013 19:36
Ringo to release limited edition version of his 'Photograph' memoir
The book features the former Beatles drummer's personal photos
The book will be released on November 22 and costs £345. Comprising over 300 pages, the book details Ringo's childhood in Liverpool, as well as his time in The Beatles via his own personal photographs. Photograph features 245 photos and 15,000 words by Ringo. Each copy of the limited edition book is signed by Ringo and numbered.
"I love putting pictures together to show different times of my life. I was just taking shots because I liked to take shots, and now it's turned into this, which is great. Peace and love," said Ringo Starr. "These are shots that no one else could have. I just had the camera with me a lot of the time... This is how we saw most of the world when it got big for The Beatles: out of a car window, going to or leaving somewhere. That's just how it was."
For more information, visit RingoPhotoBook.com. Photograph follows Ringo's 2004 book Postcards From The Boys.
Photograph was first released as an e-book via Apple's iBookstore on June 12 of this year. The e-book came complete with commentary recorded by the drummer.
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