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Pink Floyd - Abbey Road

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Pink Floyd during a break in recording their debut album 'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn' on 22nd March 1967. Paul had been invited to photograph the band as they worked on the album in Studio 3 at the iconic Abbey Road Studios. The previous day the band had been introduced to The Beatles for the first time who were also at Abbey Road Studios recording 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'.

This photograph forms part of Paul Berriff's Rock Legends Gallery, a series of images taken by him between 1963 - 1967.

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Each photograph is signed by the Paul Berriff and comes with edition number and a certificate of authenticity. It is printed on museum/archival fine art paper.

The print sizes listed are available here online to be shipped worldwide as print only.

However other sizes, mounting and framing are available -  please contact the gallery for more details sales@joecornishgallery.co.uk