STREETS OF NEW YORK:


A rare pic of George wandering the streets of New York in 1979.

8 Responses to “STREETS OF NEW YORK:”

  1. Bloem says:

    I can’t imagine that he walked there, in NY, 1979, knowing that John was also there, because he lived there, and not meeting each other…that is strange isn’t?
    What do u think?
    Ever read the book: the beatles after the break up? there must be answers there…

  2. Anonymous says:

    doesn’t look like george to me..

  3. Tammy says:

    Hi, yes it is George and i’m sure he did used to walk around New York when he was there, no one knows for sure but John said he hadnt seen George for years during the Double fantasy interviews, i think it’s sad that at the end their relationship was the most strained out of all the Fabs,

    Greg.

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s like family I guess. We lose touch and if your sibling marries someone you can’t relate to, it makes things difficult. I don’t think either one actively avoided the other. John was apparently offended that George never mentioned him in his autobiography I, Me, Mine. That’s the story, anyway. George had no way of knowing that John would leave so soon and so suddenly. Again, like family, you take it for granted that the loved one will be there when you’re ready to get together again. I agree, it’s sad.

  5. Spurs Dork says:

    Wow, great find… well, I know George did say that he visited John during his ‘bread making’ period so you never know..

  6. Anonymous says:

    Greg, you wrote ” i think it’s sad that at the end their relationship was the most strained out of all the Fabs,” The truth was…

    If there were any hard feeling is was more that John despised McCartney with a passion prior to his death. There is a strong believe that Yoko and John called customs when they knew Paul was entering Japan with a pound of weed. This tip to customs landed Paul in the brink for a week.

    Regards, JoJo

  7. Tammy says:

    Hi Jo Jo,

    I dont for a second belive that John dispised Paul in the months before his death, for every bitter comment John made about Paul or and of the Fabs he later on say something quite warm, i have a private tape of John soon after his birthday calling Paul his brother and talking about how much he loved ‘Coming up’ .. and the great quote in Playboy after he had been railing, he stopped himself and said something like ‘No matter what happend or happens to us in the future i still love those guys’ .. i dont need to read anything more than that really.

  8. Brian says:

    NY’s a big place…

    In the Aspel & Co interview in 1988, talking about John’s death, George says “I’d never seen him for a couple of years before that”.

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