The Beatles | 1967

“Nobody else in the group digs When I’m Sixty Four.”

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Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Mick Jagger & Maggie McGivern (who was having an affair with McCartney at the time) at Paul’s home in Cavendish Ave, St. John’s Wood, London, 1967.

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10 Responses to The Beatles | 1967

  1. You should never minor an Harrison’s song. 😉

  2. Badfinger (Max) says:

    Great picture. I don’t think any rock band ever had as much power as they did through this period.

  3. Rilaly says:

    It’s always funny when you see rock legends in a photo that reminds you of photos of your dad and uncles talking at Thanksgiving.

  4. A great photograph…and I wonder why no one else in the group liked “When I’m Sixty-Four?” I can dig it…

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