7 Responses to “SIDE ON:”

  1. Karen says:

    he was so ansty during this interview.

  2. Jorge says:

    The suit was probably itchy

  3. Kwai Chang says:

    A) Ansty?
    B) Antsy?
    C) Nasty?
    D) All of the above?

    I’ve never seen the interview…
    (I just want to clarify…thank you)

  4. A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room says:

    It’s the LA press conference from the last US tour, Kwai:

  5. Kwai Chang says:

    @A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room…
    I just finished watching the interview. This was a very enlightening piece of footage. It is an awesome example of why they just couldn’t pretend any more. The charade was quickly becoming a spectacle on some levels. They were very tolerant and I believe Brian is the only reason it was happening. It gave him a function and it provided him with artificial importance…like standing behind them while they answer the questions…and getting pestered by David Crosby. Otherwise, there is enough to justify a full analysis of the proceedings as they ARE an accurate record of the band surpassing the media’s ability to comprehend the Beatles sincerity and scope.
    That’s just the beginning. Many micro-moments of Beatle greatness…thus many questions, too. Those can wait.
    But, Karen was right. John is in a vicious mood and it isn’t itchy clothes. Whatever it is, that idiot with the More-Popular-Than-Jesus question sure didn’t help. My hunch is that David Crosby has some recreational felonies that he wants to share with the boys…but, they’re busy. Thanks to Brian!
    Thank you, kindly!!!

  6. Tammy says:

    That’s a hard watch, the reporters are mostly absolute halfwit ninnys, but the Fabs have an air that even if an intelligent question were to be asked they could no longer be arsed to answer it. I’m sure Crosby was waiting for the Fabs to finish the conference so he could pull out his dropper and sugar cubes.

  7. Kwai Chang says:

    If that’s what Crosby has for them, then it’s still just good old fashioned recreation. L.S.D. wasn’t illegal until October, 1966…
    One magic carpet with extra sparkles, please…to go…

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