FUSSING AND FIGHTING:

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  1. henry_the_horse says:

    From “The Music of Lennon and McCarney” T.V. special. Twickenham Film Studios, London, 1st November 1965. This is a German Saugwindharmonium (pump organ) and not a French harmonium like the one used on the other “We Can Work it Out” promotional clips or the original recording of the song.

  2. A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room says:

    It wasn’t Twickenham – it was filmed at Granada TV studios, Manchester 1 & 2 November 1965 and the harmonium was a prop used in the still-running TV soap “Coronation Street” – in character Ena Sharples’ parlour – filmed in the studio next door

  3. julio serra says:

    Who are you people? I mean, you guys really know your homework and I find it fantastic!! so many details. That’s why it’s still interesting to love the Beatles.

  4. Kwai Chang says:

    @julio serra…
    “Who are you people?”
    Tee hee hee. They are the two most comprehensive sources of Beatle Detail that I’ve ever had the pleasure to know. They have always made this blog a concise pool of data. I appreciate their attention to the finest detail and find it invigorating that they are always correcting their own mistakes. And, it seems strange to experience, but I like the tension that radiates when they are in disagreement. Beatle details ARE important and that means excitement will be on-going. Regardless, I think your question has been asked on rare occasion. Since no identification will be forthcoming…you can still make an educated guess. That’s all your going to get. BUT, who COULD they be? (The info they share is only known by a select few…so, who might actually know all that they know?)
    I’m not talking…that’s all I got to say
    Except…I’m a big fan of the triumvirate(Tammy, A Car, henrythehorse)
    No ID’s needed…just an addiction to detail.
    Peace,
    KC

  5. Jennifer says:

    Beautiful picture, thanks a bunch for sharing. : )

  6. Lizzie says:

    i always learn so much on this blog – and i’m also a big fan of the fab three listed above!

  7. Tammy says:

    This is Ena Sharples pump organ!!??, #$#*!!!!

  8. julio serra says:

    Kwai, actually I was just amazed by all their imput and of course I like them very much too. I was just wondering who they really are (someone from Apple, EMI, Mark Lewishon?).
    I do hope they keep on contributing to the Blog with accurate information.

  9. julio serra says:

    input

  10. nick_L says:

    Every Beatle fan fancies himself/herself as the ultimate fan. God knows I’ve collected as much of the written word on them as I could and absorbed as much as I felt was humanly possible but these guys take it to a higher level and, although my head will surely explode at some point, I say keep it coming!

  11. Jorge says:

    Yup, A Car is always good with the nitty gritty details of the simplist of pictures! I guess a picture is worth 1,000 words!

  12. MarkZapp says:

    Even more trivia. Ena Sharples’ grandson in the show was portrayed by future Monkee Davy Jones.

  13. derek says:

    Excellent. Like the late great found-sound collector Tony Schwartz said: I’m not into Far Out, I’m into Far In.

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