Tittenhurst Park 1971 [x]
INTERVIEWER: ”Does it bother you that you can’t hear what you sing during a concert?”
JOHN LENNON: ”No, we don’t mind. We’ve got the records at home.”
Let it Be sessions
This video shows how Paul and John are hiding Cyn from the press. They’re so cute trying to hide her from the guy with the camera, I really loved this video.50 YEARS AGO TONIGHT!!!!
February 9th 1964
because everybody needs john lennon flipping them off on their blogs
"What you say? This is the famous "butcher" cover. I’ts too horrible e blaahhh to even be seen! (So don’t look) but can sell it for 11 million dollars. My original idea for the cover was better - decapitate Paul - but he wouldn’t go along with it.
WAY TO GO PAUL.
/…The Beatles In Austria filming sequences for the film “Help!”
Julian Lennon with John’s Uncle Charlie (Alfred’s Brother)
Also found this cute story that Charlie Lennon told about young John:"It was a Saturday morning in Liverpool in 1945. Four-year-old John Lennon stood in Penny Lane, gazing longingly at the toys in a sweetshop window while he and his Uncle Charlie, home on furlough from wartime service, waited for John’s mother to return from an errand in a nearby fish shop.
"We’re lookin’ in the window, and John’s pointin’ at this tin bus in the window," recalls Charlie, now a robust 79. "I said to him, ‘You want that?’ So we go in and I buy it for him, don’t I? I asked, ‘How much for the bus?’ They said, "Well, the bus is two pounds fifty, and the Donald Duck…’ I said, ‘What Donald Duck?’ They said, ‘The one he’s walking out with.’ John was walking out the door with a Donald Duck on wheels, pulling it with a piece of string. Mind you, he’d broken it before he got home!
"When I was invited to John’s home [in 1967], his dad said to me, ‘What are you going to say to John when you see him? You haven’t seen him since the Newcastle Road days.’ I said, ‘I’ll ask him for me bus back!" He’d still got the bus-it was up in the music room when I last saw it."
John Lennon’s parody of Bob Dylan.
“Sometimes I wish I was just George Harrison, you know, get all the answers. Oh my god. Oh my god”
Backstage in St. Louis, 1966 (?)
Scanned from the 1966 Christmas special issue of Beatle Book Monthly [x]
John Lennon playing keyboard