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Is this a photo session?
I don’t recall that expression during the performance.
And, how about that color?
and, I see the set dressing budget was increased(up to $200)
Great Pics! .. thanks for Posting them.
wow – i don’t think i’d ever seen these… great!
Thanks to Jason for sending them.
Absolutely fab, thanks Jason. I’d seen some of these before but only in B&W
Your welcome..! I understand that this set of pics are up for auction. I read somewhere (can’t remember where) that John was feeling under the weather or had flu-like symptoms during the live recording of this show. If you watch the performance, he does look a little sweaty..
My comment above was regarding the last picture.
The American debut of Scrambled Egg…the audience is about to go into ‘square peg/round hole’ mode(clap and scream…sit and listen).
Luckily, there seems to be no trace of The Solo Artist mentality a la The Family Way. I always thought it could have been like Caroline No by Brian Wilson…from Pet Sounds!
And the guitar was live here!
Thanks so much for sharing these, they’re beautiful. : )
Ahhhh, right-click,save!!! Gracias!
THIS is what makes this site so great!! Great Job, Tammy…!!
And another thing, and another thing, and another thing:
Thank you, Jason. These pictures are so potent…they took longer to hit me. It’s strange when the images are familiar but NOW SO DIFFERENT!
The numbering of the JPG were 1,3,4,5,16,21…are there 21 of these?
Also, these don’t look sourced from video tape. Do you know who took these? They look good enough to be 35mm slides(‘Kodachromes’). Remember, folks, this was the LAST Ed Sullivan show in black and white…
Thanks, Tammy…best high of the week!
Very nice shots!
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