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Saturday, 28 February 2009

Kenwood: summer, 1967.



Muito obrigado to the legendary Lizzie Bravo and her French pal for these. It seems John liked to do his drawing outside that year. (It is precisely this kind of minutia that I love about all this nonsense).
PS Her French pal is, I am informed, Bruno Dupont - so thanks once again Bruno! PPS I am also reliably informed that the man in the second photo to John's right is Terry Doran.

3 comments:

  1. my new french pal is bruno dupont, i just realized he contributes to your blog!

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  2. John sure wore the hell out of that talisman necklace, didn't he?

    http://beatlesuits.com/Beatlesuits_Talisman.htm

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