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Saturday, 19 October 2013

Lennon unt McCartney: then unt nau.

Lennon unt, as I clearly state in the blog post title, McCartney, then unt, as I clearly state in the blog post title, nau, above. John circa Pepper, Paul circa New.

But woooah there Padre! Just you hold on a minute! Who is this little fanny pack?:

Yes, that's right! It's me! (As ye will shurely know if ye read the almost identical post from blahblahblah...)


  1. very interesting... i was outside waiting for john that day and took a photo of him coming out of the studios. i should have asked someone to take a photo of me like that when i was at abbey road last march! i would have taken up a lot more space than you skinny people, but it would have been nice. next time!

  2. I just think The Beatles and everyone else who recorded, and still does, in that studio, must have got a lot of exercise from running up and down those steps to the control room and back. No doubt designed for back in the day when the recording artists stayed put and never ventured up to where the MASTERS CONTROLLED everything...