Ringo Starr appearing in Frank Zappa’s 1971 film “200 Motels” as ‘Larry The Dwarf’ and…..this picture is hilarious!!!
My dad brought home some photos from work he was printing for a guy. Apparently this guy got to meet them either before or after a concert. My dad said he’s never seen these before.
It’s fairly obvious these were taken around ‘65 or ‘66.
If you know anymore about these feel free to add to the post. They didn’t come with any info other than the guy saying “I had some time to take photos with them.”
(Also they don’t seem to enthusiastic about taking photos with him haha but I guess they were pretty tired of this stuff by around this time in their careers).
Anyway thought I’d share I thought these were interesting at least.
John Lennon (pulling his famous monkey face!) with his Aunt Harrie, Uncle Norman, cousin Leila, and her two brothers (of of them is named David but I’m not sure which). Norman was Harrie’s second husband, her first having been Ali Hafez who was Egyptian.
Leila and John kept in contact his entire life and remained close until the end. They regularly communicated through mail, asked each other for photos of their children, how the spouse was doing, etc. In many of Johns letters to Leila he spoke of Julian more than Sean, and talked about how he couldn’t wait for the day when they would be very close and could be together and happy.
John is probably around 13 in this picture. Maybe. I could be so wrong though.
Yellow Submarine (1968), The Beatles
A Day In The Life: 16 July 1963The Beatles record three editions of their BBC radio series, “Pop Go the Beatles” at the BBC Paris Studio in London.
By July 1963 The Beatles were more than used to hard work. What was unusual about this day, however, was that they completed, in under eight hours, 18 songs for three editions of the radio show Pop Go The Beatles. At the BBC Paris Studio, London, they rehearsed and recorded the songs along with between-song banter. The shows were broadcast on the BBC Light Programme on 6, 13 and 20 August 1963.
Double exposure of Stuart Sutcliffe in Hamburg, 1961
Astrid Kirchherr: “Photography was very exciting for me. After I’d discovered what I could do with a camera, I forgot all about my early ideas of being a fashion designer. Photography seemed a lot more real, a lot more truthful.”
I’m not really Beatle George. I’m sorry to disappoint you, but that is just a little part that got played through in this life, I mean there is much more to me than the Beatle George.
Too Much To Ask, Arctic Monkeys.
Why is this a picture of George Harrison?
oh my god did somebody think this was Alex Turner
i literally cannot stop laughing this looks nothing like alex
i love this fandom