AND THEN THERE WAS JIMMY:

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7 Responses to “AND THEN THERE WAS JIMMY:”

  1. Kwai Chang says:

    tonsil contagion

  2. Sara says:

    This photo always makes me laugh because it really shows how much Jimmy was NOT back of the group. They weren’t even photographed next to him in a silly press photo!

  3. Ishie says:

    What a lucky break for Jimmy to not only be a temporary replacement for Ringo but to experience it during the height of Beatlemania. I believe he was drumming for Georgie Fame when he got the call to stand in for an ailing Ringo in June 1964. He also replaced Dave Clark for a season with the DC5. He certainly had his snippetes of fame and then obscurely faded into history & a quiet life.

  4. RYDR says:

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Jimmy, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha a Beatle ? ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Jimmy, could you move to the left a little? a lttle more-a little more-just a little more-just a bit more-ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

  5. Kwai Chang says:

    no flies on Jimmy…
    after all, why should there be?
    they were really very northern beatles…
    and very loyal the little king from dingle
    richard the first the last the one the only
    anyway, he’ll recover…you won’t

  6. My name's Betty says:

    Jimmy acted like he was a Beatle when he really was there just to play the drums. Waving, doing interviews, etc. And he was pretty bad, they had to lip sync, and play to precorded music. You would hear the drums when Jimmy wasn’t playing. As a drummer, I can’t even, *sigh*.

  7. juliette says:

    i didnt really like jimmy he doesnt have the energy a real beatle should have..

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