LINDSEY:

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  1. Adam from Canberra says:

    That sure is one sweet mullet on our George!

  2. Eric says:

    My two guitar heroes…

  3. Nicole says:

    Dear George RIP

  4. Anonymous says:

    george’s connections with fleetwood mac, just to name a few:

    * some of his playing on abbey road were reported to be influenced by peter green’s work in fleetwood mac in that era.

    * george covered buckingham’s “go your own way” during a radio broadcast.

    * lindsay did a pretty bizarre tribute to george upon his death with a bizarre version of here comes the sun.

    * the george-boyd-mick fleetwood connection.

    anyone else?

  5. Debjorgo says:

    That’s not a mullet, Adam. A mullet is business in the front and party in the back. Business meaning short. Think David Spade in Joe Dirt.

    No (Ex)Beatle has ever had a mullet. The closest was McCartney around the My Love time. But if you got rid of the hair in the back, it would still not have looked like a business cut. Ringo, around the time was close to having one too but his was more of a Jerry Lewis cut with party in the back.

    George’s here is more like a Michael Landon cut if you had to name it. I prefer his Arthur.

  6. Adam from Canberra says:

    That’s a mullet debjorgo- you can try and call it ‘Little House Hair’ or whatever you want- it’s still a mullet: short on the top and sides, long at the back.

    I can’t believe you think Paul never had a mullet- why take a look around this site, there are some quality examples of Paul (and Linda sometimes too) and his marvellous mane of mullet-ness.

    Great to see George looking so happy- that smile does light up the whole room doesn’t it?!

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