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(Formerly twogurusindrag) Anyone with a functioning ear knows that the 60s were the best time for musicians, with the Beatles being topper most. I blog mostly classic rock musicians (especially Beatles) or bizarre vintage pieces. Having been some days in preparation, a splendid time is guaranteed for all.

beatleshistory:

June 12, 1964

Fans on the street in Adelaide right now!

-John

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sgtpeppersolonely:

beatlefour:

Smiling, giggling, laughing…


I’m having the time of my life with these photos <3

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thateventuality:

Paul McCartney and George Harrison at a press conference ahead of their concert in Kansas City, on what had initially been designated a day off, 17 September 1964
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From the press conference:
Q: “George, what prompted you to throw that scotch and coke at the reporter [at the Whisky A Go Go]?”
George: “Well, he was a very nasty young man.”
[laughter]
Ringo: “Old man.”
Q: “How so?”
George: “Well, he had been told to leave the place anyway, you see. And he insisted on jumping and trying to take pictures. And we couldn’t see, as it was, without some idiot flashing in front of us. So I thought I’d… [pause] baptize him.”
[laughter]
Q: “It’s assumed that you’ll sing for quite some time yet, but what do you plan to do after…”
George: “… the bubble bursts.”
Paul: “Nobody’s made any plans, but John and I will probably [laughs] - oooh, we have this one every day, you know. John and I will probably carry on songwriting. And then George will go into basketball.”
George: “Or roller skating. I haven’t decided yet.”
[laughter]

thateventuality:

Paul McCartney and George Harrison at a press conference ahead of their concert in Kansas City, on what had initially been designated a day off, 17 September 1964

Copyright Mirrorpix

From the press conference:

Q: “George, what prompted you to throw that scotch and coke at the reporter [at the Whisky A Go Go]?”

George: “Well, he was a very nasty young man.”

[laughter]

Ringo: “Old man.”

Q: “How so?”

George: “Well, he had been told to leave the place anyway, you see. And he insisted on jumping and trying to take pictures. And we couldn’t see, as it was, without some idiot flashing in front of us. So I thought I’d… [pause] baptize him.”

[laughter]

Q: “It’s assumed that you’ll sing for quite some time yet, but what do you plan to do after…”

George: “… the bubble bursts.”

Paul: “Nobody’s made any plans, but John and I will probably [laughs] - oooh, we have this one every day, you know. John and I will probably carry on songwriting. And then George will go into basketball.”

George: “Or roller skating. I haven’t decided yet.”

[laughter]

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