capaldilarious:

norwegianwoodstock:

the 90s were a special time

This man, ladies and gentlemen, is real. I swear. I’ve checked.

This is the best thing, ever.

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JOHN RELAXES, AWKWARDLY 
PARIS, JANUARY 1964.
Ringo: “John had this incredible knee joint! Look! How do you get your leg in that position? Try it! You simply cannot do it. But that’s how he used to sit. I love this shot because of the angle of his leg. I think he’s holding a box of Epic records that just got sent to him. This is when I first got into taking photos. We saw a lot of hotel rooms at that point but we could still get out then and pretty much do what we wanted. We were conquering the world, but there was still a sense that we could get around without being hassled. Of course, that changed.”
Photo © Ringo Starr [SOURCE]  

JOHN RELAXES, AWKWARDLY 

PARIS, JANUARY 1964.

Ringo: “John had this incredible knee joint! Look! How do you get your leg in that position? Try it! You simply cannot do it. But that’s how he used to sit. I love this shot because of the angle of his leg. I think he’s holding a box of Epic records that just got sent to him. This is when I first got into taking photos. We saw a lot of hotel rooms at that point but we could still get out then and pretty much do what we wanted. We were conquering the world, but there was still a sense that we could get around without being hassled. Of course, that changed.”

Photo © Ringo Starr [SOURCE]  

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badwolf-bitches:

Nine and Moriarty dressed as John Lennon and Paul McCartney, everybody go home.

oh my lordy lordy picca picca help

badwolf-bitches:

Nine and Moriarty dressed as John Lennon and Paul McCartney, everybody go home.

oh my lordy lordy picca picca help

harrisonstories:

Excerpt from Behind the Locked Door by Graeme Thomson:

Harrison had first fallen for Dylan early in 1964. The Beatles had played his second album, The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, over and over again in their rooms in the George V hotel in Paris, and were quickly seduced. On their second trip to America in August of that year they had met him for the first time, smoking grass together in the Hotel Delmonico on Park Avenue. 

Less than 12 months later Dylan had already mutated from reluctant folk prophet to harrying electric hipster with the release of “Like a Rolling Stone”. Harrison was paying close attention; the song’s “how does it feel?” refrain seemed to capture something of his growing ambivalence to fame as The Beatles dragged themselves around the United States in August 1965 for the second summer in a row.

Harrison’s admiration for Dylan was characteristically intense. His habit of quoting aphorisms from his songs as though they were scripture, often prefaced with a humble “as the man says”, would be a lifelong one. By comparison, the work of The Beatles always seemed to him just a tad juvenile.

His personal relationship with the man behind the words was lubricated by a love for Music from Big Pink, the 1968 album by Dylan’s former backing group The Hawks, now rechristened The Band. Named after the house the musicians shared in the Catskills, the record was the antithesis of everything that was currently in vogue: there was nothing heavy, nothing psychedelic, nothing groovy about the warm, suspended-in-time rusticity of Music from Big Pink. Featuring soon-to-be classic originals like “The Weight” alongside strange, funny and portentous new Dylan songs, this was instead a freshly-minted strain of mythical North American music, stately, spare and intimate.

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OH MY GOSH THIS IS BRILLIANT HAHAHAHAHA I AM LAUGHING TOO HARD

i-freaking-love-ringo-starr:

hippie-dippie-means-love:

pretty patties

OH MY GOSH THIS IS BRILLIANT HAHAHAHAHA I AM LAUGHING TOO HARD

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I’m not a morning person

or a night time person

I don’t think I’m even a person 

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magicul:

do you ever get really motivated to do something and you get really excited about it and then when you get home you’re just like nah

I am so incredibly ecstatic to say that I was able to get tickets for Paul’s farewell candlestick show in San Francisco. Are any of you going? Let me know and maybe we can say hello! :’)

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