Here are some of the most iconic images of The Beatles house on the streets of Liverpool, with a few of the more obscure images as well.
It’s not all pretty but it’s certainly interesting.
The Beatles are often described as being “an iconic band of British artists” and it’s easy to see why.
They’ve won four Grammys, were nominated for six, are in the Guinness Book of Records for “best ever album” and have sold over five million records worldwide.
However, the Beatles were also incredibly busy, creating an empire that stretched from the UK to Asia and beyond, and that meant they had to deal with some pretty odd and often weird circumstances.
One of the strangest aspects of their work is the fact that it’s often made in a single-occupancy house, with each room being painted in various ways, including the infamous “Barry White’s room” that has been the subject of countless paintings over the years.
The house has been called the Beatles’ “most eccentric” because of its unconventional and often bizarre approach to decorating and making it look as though it’s occupied by someone else, and the fact there is no central bathroom in the house.
It also means the house often has to be set up in a way that the Beatles themselves couldn’t possibly have conceived.
The “house of dreams” in which the band’s most famous creations were created was a huge inspiration for The Beatles’ music, and their most popular song was called “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”.
“We’ve got all sorts of weird things going on there, you know?” said Mark Taylor, one of the members of The Fab Four and the former frontman of The Rolling Stones.
“But that house has a very interesting and very special place in my mind.”
But while the house has always been a “lovely” place to visit, its current owner, a retired couple called David and Susan, has a different take on the house’s current state.
“There are many different things that we’ve built into it that it hasn’t really been used for,” said Susan.
“I mean it’s been a home for a while, I’ve got a lot of family there, I live in a flat with them, but it was always sort of a bit of a weird house.”
And despite its odd appearance, The Beatles were a regular visitor to the house, and it was a place they enjoyed.
“I suppose they used to hang around and play guitar in it a bit,” said Taylor.
“They probably would go out there for a couple of hours and maybe play a few songs.
And that’s the sort of place it was, really.”