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Saturday, 11 July 2009

Kenwood: dining room table, part 1.

Some upgrades of these photos from the dining room. The rather "worried" table, which Ken Partridge obtained from a farmhouse, was a source of displeasure to Cynthia... There weren't many dinner parties chez Lennon if you don't count those involving the other Beatles, but those guests who were invited tended to be Bob Dylan or Peter Cook or Joan Baez or Mike Nesmith or etc. It's also possible that this was the table around which the Beatles convened with a medium for a spot of light seancing following the demise of Brian Epstein. Thanks to Joe Baiardi for one of these, and more on a theme of worried dining room table to follow.

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