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Finsbury Park Astoria, December 1963. A good example of the standard British theatre dressing room attempting to accommodate four musicians, guitars and a road manager bearing suits – not to mention the constant flow of people coming in and out in those days.
Amazing photos, really beautiful. Evocative of the whole “A Car and a Room and a Room and a Room” thing.
sehr wertvolle shots, danke tam
If this is the standard British Theatre dressing room…then, we’ve screwed ourselves. This must have been modeled after the Kaiserkeller’s rear stage. Talk about memory lane…this room isn’t even square. And, don’t forget to check the invisible wardrobe with functional pipe rack. At least the photographer had the right idea(as far from the door as possible). So, how small was it? Well, I thought someone was behind Ringo with Paul’s Hofner…so, I almost attacked the mirror. John said it would be like this…toppermost of the clobbermost.
Fame is an illusion…(and, oh so Regal)
(Doctor, my eyes…)
I thought the door of the dressing room was behind George. So, the photographer must be standing in the doorway. “I sure hope this situation can be rectified before we get groupies and stuff…”
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