controlled weirdness

i'm janice. this is my beatles blog.

personal: http://eyeswerelikemine.tumblr.com/

the lennon to my mccartney: http://laughinginthefaceoflove.tumblr.com/
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superseventies:

Michael Jackson photographed at Pink’s hot dog stand in Los Angeles by Jim Britt, 1975.

superseventies:

Michael Jackson photographed at Pink’s hot dog stand in Los Angeles by Jim Britt, 1975.

(Source: Rolling Stone)

fuckhealth:

she looks particularly sharp today.

fuckhealth:

she looks particularly sharp today.


paolayellowdream:

mccartneymadness:

February 14, 1972


Love

paolayellowdream:

mccartneymadness:

February 14, 1972

Love

toopaletofunction:

staythatswhatimeanttosay:

One nation, under Canada, above Mexico.

with liberty and justice for some 


(Source: more-than-just-holding-hands)

controlledweirdness:

me n tori 3 yrs ago

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me n tori today

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johncuswag:

"the beatles are boring"

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Scan - Paul McCartney and John Lennon at the Cavern: “The Beatles came back from Hamburg and the fan club organized a welcome home party at the Cavern. John and Paul dressed up as Santas (after all, it was the middle of summer!), and played a couple of songs with the Fourmost, whose first two hits, ‘Hello Little Girl’ and ‘I’m In Love,’ were written by John and Paul,” writes Mike McCartney
Photo: Mike McCartney

Scan - Paul McCartney and John Lennon at the Cavern: “The Beatles came back from Hamburg and the fan club organized a welcome home party at the Cavern. John and Paul dressed up as Santas (after all, it was the middle of summer!), and played a couple of songs with the Fourmost, whose first two hits, ‘Hello Little Girl’ and ‘I’m In Love,’ were written by John and Paul,” writes Mike McCartney

Photo: Mike McCartney

(Source: thateventuality)

“There is a lot of renewed interest in the Beatles because of the CD releases, and this “Twenty Years Ago for Sgt. Pepper,” but there will always be periods when the Beatles sell again. In the Seventies, there was a period, and now another one in the Eighties. I think it happens with each generation. I saw it happen with my own boy. I didn’t tell him anything about the Beatles, and then one day he suddenly said, “Hey, Dad, can you show me the piano riff to ‘Bulldog’?”

I thought, “How the hell did he even hear such an obscure tune?” And then I realized that when all kids get to be five and six, they watch Yellow Submarine. As they get older, they somehow discover the Beatles. It has an everlasting quality.”

- -George Harrison (via george-harrison-marwa-blues)

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