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We used to have wanking sessions when we were young at Nigel Whalley’s house in Woolton. We’d stay overnight and we’d all sit in armchairs and we’d put all the lights out and being teenage pubescent boys we’d all wank. What we used to do, someone would say, ‘Brigitte Bardot.’ ‘Oooh!’ that would keep everyone on par, then somebody, probably John, would say, ‘Winston Churchill.’ ‘Oh no!’ and it would completely ruin everyone’s concentration.
Paul McCartney in Many Years for Now

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john so-i-get-a-bit-absolute-in-my-statements lennon

john i’ve-always-been-a-little-loose lennon

john the-teachers-are-stupid-too-forgive-me lennon

john but-for-the-cameraman-to-take-credit-from-the-director-is-a-bit-too-much lennon

john george-just-has-daddy-issues lennon

john but-he-could-have-left-anytime-if-I-was-giving-him-a-hard-time lennon

john george-is-10-years-younger-than-me-or-some-shit-like-that lennon

john george-can-sing-this-it-only-has-3-notes lennon

john ringo-isn’t-even-the-best-drummer-in-the-beatles lennon

john i’m-more-pleased-that-ringo’s-doing-well lennon

john what-the-hell-do-i-have-to-worry-about-paul-for lennon

john paul-would-have-done-it-better lennon

john the-only-thing-you-done-was-yesterday lennon

john a-pretty-face-may-last-a-year-or-two lennon

john what’s-there-to-regret-he-lived-through-it lennon

john today-i-hate-u-and-tomorrow-i-love-u lennon

john i-was-angry-so-i-insulted-you-in-every-newspaper lennon

john i’m-really-attacking-meself lennon

john paul-only-helped-with-the-middle-eight lennon

john so-i-lied-shrug lennon

john what-the-hell-it’s-linda lennon

john let-paul-write-or-whatever lennon

john but-he-was-mean-to-me-too lennon

john what-do-you-mean-there-were-four-people-in-the-band lennon

john only-i-can-be-mean-to-paul lennon

john of-course-we-changed-the-world lennon

john we-turn-each-other-on lennon
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beatlesneveroutofstyle:

John Lennon photographed by Ringo Starr 

beatlesneveroutofstyle:

John Lennon photographed by Ringo Starr 

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amoralto:

September 20th, 1974: As the guest DJ on KHJ-AM’s Superstar Week radio request segment, John toys around with the advertisements and plays tracks by his former bandmates.

JOHN: On KHJ, that was Paul! Wasn’t it good? That was one of his goodies. I wanted to play ‘Monkberry Moon Delight’ but it was too long.

JOHN: That was a great one from George, who will be touring soon on a dark horse. And now I’d like to play another cut from my new album. This is a request from Tony King of Apple, LA, and it’s called ‘Going Down On Love’…

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George Harrison’s first impression of Paul McCartney (via mccartneymadness)

bewaremylove:

"John’s 21st birthday was a month away, and he knew he was getting money — 100 pounds cash, more than he or Paul had ever seen in their lives. (…) Bob Wooler was party to their planning, and fought with them:

They were bored, and decided they would go away for a month. I thought this was disastrous because they would be away from the scene too long and lose their fans, Fans were very capricious: they moved from one group to another. And anyway, what about the other two members, George Harrison and Pete Best?. What about them, what do they do? We argued a lot about this — we argued in the back room of the grapes pub to a large extent —- and they said ‘Well, we’ll go away for a fortnight only’

(…) Equally, the promoters who paid the Beatles over-the-odds to present them every week had to “lump it” (….). To a man, and woman, they were incensed by it - but John and Paul hadn’t a care. They didn’t mean to be rude about it but basically it was tough shit.

it was tough too on Dot and Cyn, Dot simply had to accept the situation, but Cyn had a greater case of grievance. John was heading off without her when he could so easily gave waited for the art school holidays. (…).

That John was taking Paul, no one else, accentuates the renewed closeness since Stu quit The Beatles. They were the Beatles force, an unstoppable and authentically powerful pair. “Lennon had the attitude”, Wooler said, “and taking his lead from Lennon, McCartney could be similar. At times they reminded me of those well-to-do Chicago lads Leopold and Loeb, who killed someone because they felt superior to him. Lennon and McCartney were superior human beings”

"You’d always see them together, in the pub or walking along the street", says Johnny Gustafson of the Big Tree. "They were a duo, and seemed each other’s equal". Bernie Boyle, the young lad hanging around with them at every opportunity, says, "They were like brothers, with John as the elder and Paul’s mentor. They were so tight it was like there was a telepathy between them: on stage, they’d look at each other and know instinctively what the other was thinking"

They were brothers. They were the Nerk Twins, and now they were taking a break from The Beatles and gofin off to Spain. 

Gustafson happened to bump into them the day they left, Saturday, September 30. “They both had bowler hats on, with the usual leather jackets and jeans. They said they were off to Paris, so I walked down to Lime Street station and watched them go. They were an incredible pair: always great fun, irreverent and so close

Mark Lewishon, Tune In

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