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Monday, 5 March 2012

London: summer, 1969.

Speaking of pre-digital film, these surely amongst the final photos of the four of 'em together, apparently captured watching a rough cut of Let It Be. George's parents and missus also in evidence, together with Terry Doran, who is seen enjoying a suspiciously large cigarette:

And what does this have to do with Kenwood? Fecked if I know.
Gracias Eric Nernie.


  1. "I'll play whatever you want me to play, or I won't play at all if you don't want to me to play. Whatever it is that will please you, I'll do it."

    As the kids say 'Must have been a bit awk'

  2. Where is Yoko? And why don't Paul and Linda get a room?

  3. And where's Maureen? Great photos! Thanks for posting!

  4. I have read that Yoko took these photos (that explains where she was!)

  5. Yeah. These are great photos. First I've seen of them.

  6. Probably not all that "awk". Harry and Louise didn't have to be told what John and Paul were like.