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Don’t be a knit!
I want some of whatever they’ve got.
Anything that takes logic away must be strong and pure.
From Sgt. Peppers Satin to All You Need Is Sweaters.
The trajectory seems unusual.
Maybe the Lady In Yarn was really exquisite…
It looks like her dress is even knitted
As the EMI session clock just keeps on going and going.
Techs and Ops must have been flabbergasted…
We need a level check on that skein of wool, please)
25th September 1967, E.M.I. Studio Two, recording session for “The Fool on the Hill”. Photograph by Koh Hasebe. The woman in blue coat is Rumiko Hoshika, Japanese reporter who brought the kimonos.
And the first day John was photographed with Yoko.
I love the title!
Awesome candid photo!!
Tammy you’re right. It was the first time John was photographed with Yoko.
there is a picture of johnandyoko on the beatle photo session website.
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