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22 Responses to “HARI AU GO GO:”

  1. Kwai Chang says:

    Jackie and Eric and Klaus and Dobritos

  2. Kwai Chang says:

    Today is Art Clokey’s 90th birthday…
    remember when Gumby released The Green Album???
    all right…start throwing…green tomatoes…

  3. Kwai Chang says:

    that sure looks like a ‘non-box’ mock-up of the album cover…
    (I bet he’s just in the approval stage)
    he looks like the pic was taken yesterday
    …there’s a shadow hanging over me…

  4. Joy says:

    Thank you for posting these pictures – I especially love the one holding the album cover (I just adored that look of his during the ‘ATMP’ period) also the one of him and Olivia (#8)

  5. TheyKnittedHim says:

    Thanks so much for posting these. The more I dive into the Harrison documentary, the more I’m struck by how much footage/how many pictures I’ve never seen. Film of George and Paul signing the documents dissolving the Beatles’ partnership? Home movies? That great sequence at the end around the “Anthology” period? Just great – hopefully we’ll see more.

  6. Louise says:

    So was that a perm in the second photo? Because in the sixth one his hair is stick straight? So he either straighened it or permed it?

  7. Sarah says:

    Is that Dhani playing guitar behind them in the third photo? So cute!

  8. hey you says:

    @ louise it was a perm.

    @ sarah, yup! it’s dhani!

  9. nick_L says:

    I’m still trying to get over the emotional ending to the Scorsese flick. How can anyone not shed a tear when Ringo recounts George’s last words to him? It speaks volumes about both men and their love for each other.

  10. BLJ says:

    @ Louise -When his hair was curly it was a perm. If his hair had large waves in it, it was natural. If his hair was stick straight he either cut the waves out or blew dried it hard or put mousse on it, :D.

  11. Pete F. says:

    GH & Eric Idle drinking tea, classic. “Tea, lots of tea… and biscuits!” :-)

    Third pic down (with all the guitars) features Dhani as someone noted and also Joe Brown on the left. Good pals, George was Joe’s best man at his wedding. He can be seen in the Concert for George film closing the show with “I’ll see you in my dreams” at Olivia’s request.

    Very nice collection of George pics… thanks for posting Greg.

  12. hey you says:

    @nick the only part of the doc that got to me was ringo, having his moment over george’s last words to him. not even olivia’s recount of the attack or being there when george died did that to me.

    very powerful moment and then ringo breaking the tension with some humor. it made me love that, man.

  13. Kwai Chang says:

    Leggy Mountbatten was way too tollerant of dem Rutles…
    (a cellar full of Goys!?!?!)
    too mooch!!!
    I think most people ain’t gettin’ it…
    yeah, the tea was strong

  14. RYDR says:

    Ron Nasty of the pre fab four said the Rutles were bigger than Rod and that they admitted to taking lots of tea….

  15. Steve n the Bronx says:

    Really nice pictures of George. God Bless him!

  16. Ken Wood says:

    “A cellar full of goys” broke me up! I don`t know if it was you, Kwai, who invented that play of words but in my mind it will always be! Thanks for the laugh!

  17. Kwai Chang says:

    the meaning of the G word is unknown to most…
    (and speaking of ‘design’…)
    that ATMP cover is slightly oversized in my opinion…
    mock-up…pre-approval…union scale lawn gnomes…
    (sign the labor-release little guy)

  18. Michael says:

    I believe that’s Alvin Lee with Joe Brown, George and Dhani.

  19. lizzie says:

    gorgeous photos!!!

  20. Kwai Chang says:

    Good call…Alvin Lee for sure
    (cricklewood friar)

  21. AuroraSkye says:

    TY TY TY so much for posting these!!! *SIGH*

  22. lizzie says:

    just came back from watching the documentary on the big screen – it’s part of the rio film festival. quite emotional… saw lots of friends, including several that i met watching a hard day’s night way back when. i don’t know what to say. i still have to “digest” all that i saw/heard. beautiful work. cried with ringo’s words. when 1967, 68 and 69 came on, i recognized many of those days from being outside. sometimes i still can’t believe all those things happened to me, a shy little girl from brazil. it’s both amazing and weird. i can say no more (please say no more). going to bed now, it’s late.

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