So you get a phone call from your boss and you have to hang out with the Beatles, the only thing you know is they are musicians. Well, it will look good on my resume, I should do it.

Harry Benson dreamed of being a soccer goal keeper for his country, what he wound up doing for the world was even better.

In 1964, photographer Harry Benson got a call from a UK publication called The Daily Express, where Beatle George Harrison was writing a column.

The band wanted him to hang out with them for a few weeks. At first, Benson admitted he "wasn't happy about it," but soon realized he had gotten the job of a lifetime. Benson and the band hit it off and developed a trusting relationship.

What happened was Harry got some of the best early pictures of the Beatles the world has ever seen and now they are being released.