“[Paul had] just come back from lunch that day and had this tune he wanted to jam. So we started jamming, and it was outrageous. I considered those lyrics, “I rode all night till I finally hit the daybreak.” For me, that represented that he’d found people he really felt comfortable playing with, other than the Beatles. And this was like a major breakthrough.
"We just about had tears in our eyes, we had so much fun doing this thing. I really felt like something miraculous was going on."
~ Drummer Denny Seiwell on “Rode All Night,” from the Ram sessions, 1971.
if u see me staring into the distance and smiling i’m probably thinking about paul mccartney
Instance of least resemblance. Corn cob rows of little cartoon teeth.
The Beatles in Italy, 1965
Starbucks at The Beatles Story, Liverpool, England.
Most beautiful Starbucks interior ive ever seen.
Dhani Harrison appreciation post.
"If you are a family butcher, serving customers since 1870, no one goes, ‘Oh, I’m not sure if their steak is as good as their dad’s’,” says Dhani Harrison. He is smiling broadly, amused by the notion of ordering a prime cut from Beatle & Son. “In almost any profession, even if you’re the kid of an actor, people are very supportive and want to see the next generation.
“It’s like, ‘Go Michael Douglas! Have a great career!’ But in music, for some reason, people tend to be very skeptical. It’s funny, because music is one of those things it is natural to go into. You hear it so much growing up, it kind of permeates you and eventually you spew out some music of your own.”
Her name was Magil and she called herself Lil
But everyone knew her as Nancy