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The Incredibly Normal Stories of How Famous Musicians Met - The Airspace

1964 hospital visit to young girl

George, John, and Paul visiting a young girl in the hospital.

See you in two months, Sir!

WHEN THERE’S NOTHING ELSE TO LOSE, AND NOTHING LEFT BUT THE WIND…

John Lennon backstage in Portland, Oregon, Augst 22, 1965.   The Lost Beatles Photographs: The Bob Bonis Archive, 1964-1966 by Larry

The Lost Beatles Photos: Rare Shots From 1964-1966

The Beatles on the balcony of the St George Hotel, Wellington, New Zealand, 1964.

The Beatles stand on the balcony of the St George Hotel, Wellington, shortly after their arrival in New Zealand on 21 June 1964 // from Alexander Turnbull Library

“George was very affectionate. He did not have an ego in the normal range of a music superstar, and he was the most serious musician of the group. Ironically, because he was such an inward, creative person, he was most affected by the hysteria of Beatlemania.” - Tony Barrow.

“ going-too-california: “ George trying not to laugh ” Paul is already dying of laughter in the first one ”

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