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ringo-obsession:

1st July 1965. The Beatles visit a vineyard in Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spain.


Poor Ringo! He’s splashed with wine by the sommelier.

art-and-fury:

Three women with heads of flowers finding the skin of a grand piano on the beach - Salvador Dali

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art-and-fury:

Three women with heads of flowers finding the skin of a grand piano on the beach - Salvador Dali

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I didn’t go to work for a month

I didn’t leave my bed for eight days straight

I haven’t hung out with anyone

and if I did I’d have nothing to say

paulieismylove:

  • "They’re like an old married couple with their kids!" - Ringo Starr
  • "John was closest of all to Paul; their relationship was very complex."  - Cynthia Lennon 
  • "I have had two companions in my life. Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono. That’s not bad" – John Lennon
  • “Whatever bad things John said about me, he would also slip his glasses down to the end of his nose and say, ’I love you’. That’s really what I hold on to. That’s what I believe. The rest is showing off.” - Paul McCartney 

 

thateventuality:

Scans - George Harrison’s gaze through the years

"What has become apparent in the decade since his death is the uncanny symmetry of George’s life - a life lived to the fullest. What might have seemed random or impulsive in him while he lived, is in retrospect a pattern; part performance, part pilgrimage. His saturation in the material world drove him to seek the spiritual in things - and so his life seems a series of vanishings and reappearances, journeys there and back, even the portraits of him that seem iconic are various, a progression of so many faces, his features, his hair, his posture - different in each one. Yet his gaze is unchanged, his eyes telling us that the same soul is inhabiting this body.” - From the introduction to Living in the Material World by Paul Theroux

lavitaimitalarte:

Meditative Rose by Salvador Dali, 1958.

lavitaimitalarte:

Meditative Rose by Salvador Dali, 1958.

The Beatles // Happiness Is A Warm Gun

She’s not a girl who misses much
Do do do do do do do do, oh yeah
She’s well acquainted with the touch of the velvet hand
Like a lizard on a window pane
The man in the crowd with the multicoloured mirrors
On his hobnail boots
Lying with his eyes while his hands are busy
Working overtime
A soap impression of his wife which he ate
And donated to the National Trust