George Harrison. Photographed by Ferdinando Scianna. (1965)


thateventuality:

The Beatles, on stage at The Cavern Club, Liverpool, late 1962

Photos: Les Chadwick

"I liked George doing ‘Three Cool Cats’; I loved that one. Or ‘The Sheik of Araby’. Because he used to do a little dance, and I liked him doing the little dance. He used to sort of like kick his feet along the stage." - Freda Kelly, Good Ol’ Freda

"George was motionless except when kicking out one foot or the other involuntarily - what he’d call his ‘Liverpool Leg’." - Mark Lewisohn, The Beatles: All These Years: Tune In



all-about-history:

Teenage Beatles fans in the early (?) 1960s.



Ringo Starr, on set of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’. Photographed by David Hurn. (1964)


George Harrison and Pattie Boyd, Esher, 1965. Taken by Henry Grossman.

"She put her arm around him, and the light was falling just perfectly for a portrait. I had to take it. And there it was. I’ve always loved the protective posture of Pattie’s arm around George in those photos."

- Henry Grossman



John Lennon, on set of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’. Photographed by David Hurn. (1964)
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