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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


yokos-my-favorite-beatle:

Tittenhurst Park 1971 [x]




imonlysleeping:

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.”




georgeheartringo:

Let it Be sessions




beatlesneveroutofstyle:

smokeandthebeatles:

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!!!!



beatlesneveroutofstyle:

February 9th 1964





because everybody needs john lennon flipping them off on their blogs

because everybody needs john lennon flipping them off on their blogs

(Source: beatlesneveroutofstyle)




mccartney-stole-my-rubber-soul:

paulsmaccartney:

"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.

John Lennon”

WAY TO GO PAUL.




m-a-k-k-y:

/…The Beatles In Austria filming sequences for the film “Help!”




(Source: onlypaulmccartney)




beatlesneveroutofstyle:



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."

beatlesneveroutofstyle:

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."




throwing-needles:

torment-is-romantic:

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” 

(Source: beatlesneveroutofstyle)




Backstage in St. Louis, 1966 (?)
Scanned from the 1966 Christmas special issue of Beatle Book Monthly [x]

Backstage in St. Louis, 1966 (?)

Scanned from the 1966 Christmas special issue of Beatle Book Monthly [x]

(Source: britishbeatlemania)




John Lennon playing keyboard




(Source: joannies)




(Source: britishbeatlemania)