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Thursday, 3 September 2009

Kinfauns: circa August 1967 - more doll.





Sara from the Meet The Beatles For Real blog (link under Friends & Neighbours) has turned up these photos. Judging by hair/tache/apparel, I'd date them as summer 1967 - probably mid-August (though having said that, it could be earlier - George is wearing the same shirt he wore at the AYNIL session: See picture 3 above), and place them in the garden at Kinfauns (not literally). That's probably the "missing" AYNIL doll (dear me) there - though it's got a different outfit on. Pattie (if she was the person who made the doll in the first place) may well have produced several outfits for them at the same time. Thanks to Sara for these.

1 comment:

  1. These pics are from the All You Need Is Love recording sessions, prior to the show. Great shots!

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