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rollover-beethoven:

"They didn’t want to pose for shots, but that wasn’t the kind of photograph I wanted anyway."

Photo by Terence Spencer

rollover-beethoven:

The Beatles return to Britain from the USA, February 22, 1964.

rollover-beethoven:

Sgt. Pepper CD insert - Fixing A Hole lyrics

rollover-beethoven:

The Beatles in India, 1968.

rollover-beethoven:

"They didn’t want to pose for shots, but that wasn’t the kind of photograph I wanted anyway."

Photo by Terence Spencer

rollover-beethoven:

Photo by Astrid Kircherr

rollover-beethoven:

John Lennon, 1967

rollover-beethoven:

Paul’s first gig with the Quarry Men

November 23, 1957

rollover-beethoven:

John and Yoko take a stroll through Central Park in the rain.

Spring, 1973

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"Separated in their daily activities, Paul and Ian James lost the closeness in their friendship and it became Paul and George instead. Ian was surprised by this. ‘They seemed totally different personalities. George always seemed a bit moody, morose, whereas Paul was light-hearted - he probably could have been a comedian if he’d wanted, he can tell a tale so well. George was nothing like that. I found it really strange that they were friends.’ […] Paul and George’s friendship was not a perfect fit. Paul had a need to remind George, one way or another and often without much subtlety, that he was ‘nine months older’, ensuring George didn’t forget who held the aces." - Mark Lewisohn on Paul and George in 1957, The Beatles - All These Years: Tune In 

"I remembered John Lennon and Stuart Sutcliffe had an art school flat, an apartment in a place called Gambier Terrace that looks out onto Liverpool Cathedral, amazing place. And it was just a bare flat with a mattress on the floor, you know. Art school kind of thing, you know – a little ashtray, that was it. And it was one of the first times – ‘cause I was a bit younger than John and Stu – one of the first times I ever stayed over, stayed out all night, me and George. George was even younger than me, so. And he still is! He keeps telling me that. He writes that on all my birthday cards: ‘And you’re still nine months older than me.’” - Paul McCartney (1999)

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