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Experience the evolution of the revolution.

The most extraordinary band to ever be, this blog is a small, clumsy journal of the marvellous past times the artists came to experience.

So here are The Beatles - The last great band in black and white


sailupontheocean:

A very well-fitted waistcoat. AMSTERDAM, 1964.




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thegilly:

John and a lucky fan along the canals of Amsterdam, 6 June 1964. 

thegilly:

John and a lucky fan along the canals of Amsterdam, 6 June 1964. 










thateventuality:

Scan - Paul McCartney adds his autograph on a Dutch policeman’s helmet,  with John Lennon and George Harrison, June 1964
Photo: The Beatles Book

thateventuality:

Scan - Paul McCartney adds his autograph on a Dutch policeman’s helmet,  with John Lennon and George Harrison, June 1964

Photo: The Beatles Book




jimmypagie:

“Nobody has given peace a complete chance yet. Gandhi tried it and Martin Luther King tried it, but they were shot.”




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Amsterdam, 1964

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John and Yoko&#8217;s first Bed-In, Amsterdam, March 25, 1969

John and Yoko’s first Bed-In, Amsterdam, March 25, 1969




Day 24 | Favourite Staff Members

Brian ‘Eppy’ Epstein, George Martin, Mal Evans and Neil Aspinall. Oh my god and this story George Harrison re counts about Mal Evans during their first World Tour is really just marvellous:

"We were boating along the canals [in Amsterdam], waving and being fab and we saw a bloke standing in the crowd with a groovy-looking cloak on. We sent Mal to find out where he got it from. Mal jumped off or swam off the boat and about three hours later turned up at our hotel with the cloak, which he’d bought from the guy."

I really love the four of them. They were all so loyal and grand in their own ways.

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