“All the world is birthday cake, so take a piece, but not too much.” - George Harrison
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“The Beatles, Yoko and I gathered about noon in a small room off the wooden staircase leading to the roof, and to my dismay, I realized the enterprise was not secure”
George didn’t see the point. Ringo remarked on how cold it was up there.
“‘Come on, lads,’ Paul said. ‘It’ll be fun,’ enthusiasm covering the hard muscle of his determination. ‘Let’s do something.’”
But no one moved, Lindsay-Hogg recalled; time froze until all eyes turned to John.
”’Let’s do it,’ he said.
And so, the Beatles climbed the narrow staircase to the roof and into history.”
George always seemed to have a camera with him.He took a lot of 8 mm footage too, from the time he when to visit his sister in America in 1963. - Olivia Harrison
-What do you miss the most about George?
“His humour, his friendship… his love.”
George Harrison: Living in the Material World (2011)
“I hope I’m a good father. Most of all I try not to spoil him. I try to make him realise that not everyone lives in such a big house or has as much money as we do. That’s a difficult lesson to teach someone in his position, but I think we do a good job.”
Interviewer: You're getting romantic in your old age?
John: Well, I always had a bit of romantic in me.
“The Quiet One who never shut up, the Serious One who was hysterically funny.”
- Eric Idle about George Harrison
On July 3, I told George I was going to leave him: It was late at night and I went into the studio and told him we were leading a ludicrous and hateful life, and I was going to Los Angeles to stay with Jenny and Mick. When he came to bed, I could feel his sadness as he lay beside me. “Don’t go,” he said. Half of me wanted to stay, and to believe him when he said he would make it better, but I was at the end of my tether. I must have weighted about eight stone-I was really, really thin. I said, “Im going.”Pattie Boyd on leaving George Harrison (via thebeatlesordie)
“I felt that John was a sad person. He looked like a hard Teddy Boy, but he wasn’t at all - he was a very soft, gentle person. He was lovely and honest, especially when Stuart died. He asked me to take this picture then in Stuart’s studio. He said a typical John thing - ‘If you want to die, do that. But if you want to live, get on with it’. He was a very honest friend, and that is why I loved him so much.” -Astrid Kirchherr