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he was so stoned in this interview

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" Paul kisses like a very sweet boy, his lips are a warm embrace of love and above all, he have patience to kiss and tenderness in it that it’s mostly unique, his kisses taste like romance every day, in every kiss the sky is exploding"

Magical Mystery Tour, 1967

George Harrison and Pattie Boyd

George and Pattie with Ringo on set of a Hard Day’s Night

Revolver sessions, 1966

hello goodbye promo… aka the band in a nutshell

Linda McCartney with her favorite horse, an Appaloosa stallion. 

"You’re up on your beautiful Appaloosa stallion. It’s a fine spring day. We’re riding through the woods. The bluebells are all out, and the sky is clear-blue” -Paul’s last words to Linda.


Circa March 25, 1966 - Jane and brother Peter at his new book shop, Indica, at 6 Mason’s Yard, London. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images).

Peter’s business partner was John Dunbar (then fiance of Marianne Faithfull), and the third partner was Barry Miles. Jane donated the shop’s first cash till - which was an old Victorian till that she had played with as a young girl, and Paul McCartney designed Indica’s wrapping paper and advertising flyers.

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June 1965: Maureen and Ringo photographed at their home at 34 Montagu Square, along with their poodle, Tiger. Photos taken by Michael Peto.

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george harrison in the shower

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