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Anonymous asked:

GO WATCH HELP RIGHT NOW IT IS THE FUNNIEST MOVIE EVER OMG JUST WATCH IT

OMG I KNOW! I WANT TO SO BAD!

BUT I’M GOING TO WATCH IT WITH MY BEST FRIEND SOON!!

AHHHHHH CAPITALS!


beatlesology:

by Linda

beatlesology:

Paul, Mary and Stella

beatlesology:

Paul, Mary and Stella


(Source: so-ze)

misanthrope1993:

Who’s Who?

misanthrope1993:

Who’s Who?


cool-beatles:

The faces of John Lennon 😂😂

lennonsstarr:

harrisonbrackets:

1963

omg john 

lennonsstarr:

harrisonbrackets:

1963

omg john 

euxinus:

John Lennon

euxinus:

John Lennon


ringoshootingstarr:

paul’s mom jeans in help!

thateventuality:

The Beatles’ van (used to transport them and their equipment from gig to gig in the U.K. in 1962 and 1963), covered in messages from fans.
Photo source: PennLive

"They’d had a lot of madness in Liverpool, but they knew all the kids there. They didn’t try to jump on you, or overturn the van, or rip the wing mirrors off…" - Neil Aspinall, The Beatles Anthology
"…It was hard, organising all the equipment, although there wasn’t much - just a drum-kit and three amplifiers. But there was still quite a lot to get in and out. Packing up, Neil would have to get the equipment, carry some out, open the van, put it in the van and then lock the van so it wouldn’t get stolen, and then go back in, get the next bit and come back out, open the van, put it in, lock it again. That’s why we needed an extra hand after a while; Neil had had to do everything.
Our early van became the centre of attention every time it pulled up. It was brush-painted in red and grey, and from head to foot was covered in graffiti - girls’ names, and things like ‘I love you John’. It looked interesting, but the moment anybody saw it they would feel free to write all over it…” - George Harrison, The Beatles Anthology

thateventuality:

The Beatles’ van (used to transport them and their equipment from gig to gig in the U.K. in 1962 and 1963), covered in messages from fans.

Photo source: PennLive

"They’d had a lot of madness in Liverpool, but they knew all the kids there. They didn’t try to jump on you, or overturn the van, or rip the wing mirrors off…" - Neil Aspinall, The Beatles Anthology

"…It was hard, organising all the equipment, although there wasn’t much - just a drum-kit and three amplifiers. But there was still quite a lot to get in and out. Packing up, Neil would have to get the equipment, carry some out, open the van, put it in the van and then lock the van so it wouldn’t get stolen, and then go back in, get the next bit and come back out, open the van, put it in, lock it again. That’s why we needed an extra hand after a while; Neil had had to do everything.

Our early van became the centre of attention every time it pulled up. It was brush-painted in red and grey, and from head to foot was covered in graffiti - girls’ names, and things like ‘I love you John’. It looked interesting, but the moment anybody saw it they would feel free to write all over it…” - George Harrison, The Beatles Anthology


na-he-ya-ho:

The Beatles in Help! (1965)


thateventuality:


George Harrison, photographed by Tim Boxer, 1 May 1970

"Well, I got the impression it was like, [Paul] still acted as if he was the groovy Lennon/McCartney. Because there was a point in my life where I realized anybody can be Lennon/McCartney, you know. ‘Cos being part of Lennon/McCartney really I could see, you know, I could appreciate them - how good they actually are. And at the same time I could see the infatuation that the public had, or the praise that was put on them. And I could see everybody’s a Lennon/McCartney if that’s what you wanna be. But the point is nobody’s special. There’s not many special people around. And somebody else… If Lennon/McCartney are special, then Harrison and Starkey are special, too. That’s really - what I’m saying is that I can be Lennon/McCartney too, but I’d rather be Harrison, you know." - George Harrison in an interview with Howard Smith, New York City, 1 May 1970

thateventuality:

George Harrison, photographed by Tim Boxer, 1 May 1970

"Well, I got the impression it was like, [Paul] still acted as if he was the groovy Lennon/McCartney. Because there was a point in my life where I realized anybody can be Lennon/McCartney, you know. ‘Cos being part of Lennon/McCartney really I could see, you know, I could appreciate them - how good they actually are. And at the same time I could see the infatuation that the public had, or the praise that was put on them. And I could see everybody’s a Lennon/McCartney if that’s what you wanna be. But the point is nobody’s special. There’s not many special people around. And somebody else… If Lennon/McCartney are special, then Harrison and Starkey are special, too. That’s really - what I’m saying is that I can be Lennon/McCartney too, but I’d rather be Harrison, you know." - George Harrison in an interview with Howard Smith, New York City, 1 May 1970


george harrison + striped pants

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