Tags: 1965, George, John
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Ready to be pummelled during ‘I’m Down’. Is this Cow Palace, SF??
I think they wore the white shirts at the Cow Palace.
How many Beatle concerts can one suit survive?
This is the Cow Palace – thewy wore two suits for the two shows at Cow Palace – I think the Shea jackets for the early show and the dark blue suits for the evening – or vice versa!
Hey Datey, this is a serious question, i posed it before, but no one nibbled. These days bands have wardrobe people travel with them on tour, but seriously, who looked after the Beatles wardrobe on tour, Neil and Mal were usually by the bands side, if they done two shows in a day they’d have to at least change shirts, who had them washed?, where would they be washed?, imagine taking sweaty Beatle clothes to a laundromat, they’d be torn to shreds, who ironed all the stage clothes?, i’m serious, it would have been an almost full time job, required to do this daily, socks, shirts, jocks, pants .. not to mention dry cleaning of suits, there is no way Neil could have done all this, times all that washing by four. This question has always bugged me.
Certainly in the early days up to ’64 it was Neil. Thereafter I imagine it was a representative from the promoter who took care of it.
Wow, okay, i know it sounds like a silly ponderance, but with the chaos, much slower travel times etc, i still shake my head and wonder how he could have done that, especially being away from a laundry. These days on the road Paul etc has someone to light his farts, someone to fold his socks etc, etc
Hotels usually have a pretty good,fast laundry service. I expect Neil or Mal arranged that.
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