Photo still from the last ever group photo session of the Beatles, taken on August 22, 1969 at Tittenhurst. This picture was used on the cover of the US release only "Hey Jude" album. The "Hey Jude" LP was one of those corporate oddities specifically designed to milk the US public out of even more money. It contained all previously released tracts, most of which had never been on a Beatles album before such as "Hey Jude" and "Revolution." It was conceived and marketed by Allen Klein to cash in on the Beatles' new contract he had just negotiated giving the band substantially higher royalties. The LP managed to go as high as #2 in the US Billboard charts where it remained at #2 for 4 weeks from late March, 1970 through most of April.