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Awh, my poor baby
He looks so disappointed
Today in Beatles History Friday, August 20,1965, The Beatles perform 2 shows at the legendary Comisky Park (White Sox Park) in Chicago. John is shown at this legendary show.
Because he’s legendary
Cool and clean unreleased photos from A hard days night and Help!
Southern accent Paul McCartney, priceless.
George Harrison and Mary Hopkin chatting at the Apple offices, Savile Row, London, 1968. [x]
Photo: Terence Spencer
"Incidentally, taking about George reminds me about the fabulous new guitar he gave to our great little Apple singer, Mary Hopkin. Mary came along to one of the LP sessions and, on the spur of the moment, George decided to go out and get her a guitar as a gift. It was a really good one, too. When he came back to the studio with it he must have felt a bit shy about handing it over. So, when we were leaving I gave Mary the guitar saying, very simply, ‘It’s a present from George’. She couldn’t say ‘thank you’, but her six-foot-deep smile seemed to fit the bill." - Mal Evans, The Beatles Book, September 1968
"I remember one time going along to the sessions for ‘Happiness Is a Warm Gun’ at Abbey Road and seeing John sitting there strumming away. I guess I’d been there just watching for about an hour before the session really started. George had this beautiful acoustic guitar inlaid with mother-of-pearl and I complimented him on it. After a while George suddenly got up and left the studio for about an hour and came back without saying a word. Later, Mal [Evans] appeard and said, ‘Mary, come with me,’ and led me out of the studio. There, sitting on the reception desk, was this beautiful acoustic guitarm a Ramirez, which is an absolutely super instrument and very expensive. It was from George. He’d just spend an hour hunting around town for a new guitar for me and didn’t say a word. It was only later on, the day of the premiere of the film ‘Yellow Submarine,’ that I had a chance to thank him. George is a good man." - Mary Hopkin on George Harrison