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Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Cavendish Avenue: 1968.

I was asking before about the 2nd pic here - well, Lizzie was right. Compare with the first, which is definitely Cavendish Avenue. Both 1968, I'd say: the one of Paul from around White Album time, the one of John and Paul from just before they went to India. UPDATE - The second pic was taken by Ringo at Cavendish Avenue in the living room. It is a favourite of his, and he had, and possibly even still has it on display at one or other of his various luxury caves.


  1. Looks like the same suit and tie and buttoneer on Paul as in the photo of him with Jane, Martha & Thisbe in the Hunter Davies book.

  2. John's got the same mutton chop sideburns as in his photo in the Davies book

  3. Yes, you're right! I think Ringo took the second pic, as he did the ones in the Davies book, of course.