A new look at the original cover for The Beatles: The Complete Collection

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The cover that accompanied the album The Beatles’ The White Album was designed by John Williams and first appeared in 1962 as a part of a series of promotional prints.

It featured a young boy with a large white hat with a yellow star in the centre.

The design was a reference to the famous ‘white hat of the future’ that would define the new wave of computer graphics, and its iconic appearance has become a symbol of nostalgia and nostalgia for the group.

It also marked the beginning of the iconic cover as a visual reference to what would become iconic images.

The album was released on 4 February 1962, with the first single, The Beatles Love Child, featuring a rendition of The White Child.

A month later, a second single, All That I Want For Christmas, featured a cover by John Lennon.

The covers were followed by four studio albums that would follow: Beatles Anthology, which featured the original versions of the Beatles songs; The White Christmas, which was based on the Beatles’ 1963 album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band; The Last Days of Disco, which would feature an entirely different take on the band; and a compilation called The Beatles Complete Collection.

It would go on to become the most successful record of the 1960s.

The White Day The cover for Sgt Pepper was based off the iconic white hat from Sgt Pepper, and inspired the iconic ‘white day’ motif used on the cover of The Beatles Anthological.

In 1962, John Lennon and Paul McCartney had been given the chance to rework the original artwork by Williams, and it was the first time they had ever done so.

They chose to use a stylised depiction of the band wearing the hat in the image of a young girl on a white beach with a star.

John and Paul were able to achieve the style and the feel of the cover by using a combination of colour and shapes.

The hat was a nod to the Beatles as a group and was designed with a child in mind.

It was also an attempt to represent the music in a way that was familiar to the group, and was an attempt by the artists to give the impression of having gone through a real life transition.

John Lennon also took inspiration from the shape of the white star.

The white star was a motif that had been part of the design for years, and in the same way the cover was designed as a white star, the album cover was created using the same shape and colours.

In the years to come, many artists would incorporate elements from the cover into their work, and many of these designs were inspired by Williams’ designs.

The Beatles cover also included a quote from the Beatles, written in English and in English with English lyrics, which had been used on posters, t-shirts, cards and other collectible items.

It reads: You can’t do it alone.

The first time I ever played a concert, I was a little kid.

I remember I was looking up at the sky and I saw a bright star and it just looked like a big golden egg, and I was like, “Oh God!”

John Lennon’s lyrics were also a reference, and were the inspiration for the song Happy Birthday, which appeared on Sgt Pepper.

It is the first of two songs that appear on The Beatles Greatest Hits album.

It originally appeared in Sgt Pepper: The Beatles Never Go Back, which became one of the most-watched albums of all time.

The other song, A Day In The Life, is also on the album.

The song has become synonymous with the group as a whole, and the cover is an iconic moment in the group’s history.

The original cover was used on many collectible collectibles, such as the Beatles ‘Disco’ shirts, and Beatles stickers, such a ‘B’ in the middle, and ‘L’ and ‘E’ in a triangle shape.

John Williams’ iconic design for Sgt. Pepper’s White Day was also used on countless other collectibles including the cover for the original Beatles album Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts.

The group would go onto release a further four albums in 1962.

The single was released in May, the single was the bands second single after The White Birthday, and The Beatles completed a tour that year.

It went on to sell over 12 million copies, and featured three versions of The Rose Of Tralee, one featuring the Beatles and another featuring John Lennon, and one featuring McCartney.

The following year, the group released a single entitled What’s My Name?

It was the groups first single since Sgt. Pierce’s Christmas Vacation, and would go through several different cover versions over the next six years.

In 1964, the band released a live album, A Very Merry Christmas, and a second album, The Complete Beatles Anthologie, in 1966.

A total of nine studio