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Alexandra. 22. Texas. College Student. Athlete. Beatlemaniac.

I saw Paul McCartney in concert for the first time on November 14th 2012. Unbelievable.

I have been lucky enough to see him again on May 23, 2013 in Austin, Texas. Best. Night. Ever.

Needless to say, that night was perfect.

I'm seeing him for a third time in Dallas with my mom who isn't an avid fan to say the least but I'm ready to have her change her mind. They're floor seats! This should be fun. Even more than the last time, if you know what happened last time...

This blog is 99.9% dedicated to the best band, The Beatles, and their outrageously beautiful selves. I may occasionally throw in the following: Aaron Johnson, Jim Sturgess, Classic Rock related jokes, jokes in general. [Most of which, however, might still be in relation to The Beatles somehow.]I love the Beatles and if you're following my blog, then I'm sure you do too. Feel free to talk to me and express your love for The Beatles with me. We'll talk for hours and shit. You'll like me, I think. So, what are you waiting for? Let's be best friends!



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all-about-history:

February 1965.

John Lennon playing his 1961 Sonic Blue Fender Stratocaster (top six) which would not only be used during the recording of Nowhere Man, but as well as during the Sgt. Pepper (BL) sessions. The Sonic made very few public appearances, such as during a sound check in December ‘64 (BR).

One day late in 1964, John Lennon and George Harrison sent their roadie, Mal Evans, out to “get a couple Strats,” and came back from Grimwoods in Kent with two ‘61 models in a rare colour. Although a similar model with a maple fretboard is seen during the Imagine sessions, it is unknown today as to where the original is.

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mccartneymadness:

emi studios, 1966

mccartneymadness:

emi studios, 1966

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all-about-history:

August 26, 1967

John Lennon with his wife Cynthia, along with the Beatles party, attending an international Meditation Society meeting conducted by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi at Normal College in Bangor, Wales. Their stay was to be for ten days, but unfortunately it would be cut short the next day due to the news of Brian Epstein’s death

(Left is colour corrected. Right is original photo.)

 

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Anonymous said: January, june, december xx

January: Straight. I really don’t have a preference or like a type. If I can have an ongoing conversation with a guy and I find him mildly attractive, that’s my type.
June: When Will The Heaven Begin: Ben Breedlove’s story
December: I have this really weird toe that kinda overlaps and I’m actually really self conscious about it and never show my feet. BONUS: I also have Megan Fox thumbs.

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mccartneymadness:

Miami, 1964

mccartneymadness:

Miami, 1964

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mccartneymadness:

paul mccartney + tumblr text posts

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thateventuality:

George Harrison and Ringo Starr, Rishikesh, India, 1968


"One moment remains etched in [Paul] Saltzman’s memory. ‘George was practising the sitar and it was just the two of us sitting together. George said - he said this without any ego, [he was] a very calm, very wonderful man - "Like we are The Beatles, after all, aren’t we? We have all the money we could ever dream of, we have all the fame you could ever wish for, but it isn’t love, it isn’t health, it isn’t peace inside, is it?"’
'The sentence George said to me impacted on me hugely so I have never forgotten that,' says Saltzman.” - The Telegraph India, 27 March 2005

thateventuality:

George Harrison and Ringo Starr, Rishikesh, India, 1968

"One moment remains etched in [Paul] Saltzman’s memory. ‘George was practising the sitar and it was just the two of us sitting together. George said - he said this without any ego, [he was] a very calm, very wonderful man - "Like we are The Beatles, after all, aren’t we? We have all the money we could ever dream of, we have all the fame you could ever wish for, but it isn’t love, it isn’t health, it isn’t peace inside, is it?"’

'The sentence George said to me impacted on me hugely so I have never forgotten that,' says Saltzman.” - The Telegraph India, 27 March 2005

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The Beatles 1969

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