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George and PattieIt was quite clear as I spent time with George and Pattie that they were very close as a couple and very calm and at ease with each other. Some marriages endure and some don’t, and I was sorry to later hear that they were breaking-up.
"Dear Prudence"Prudence, Mia Farrow’s sister, sits on the left with Ringo and his first wife, Maureen.
John wrote a song at the ashram, Dear Prudence, and it became part of the Beatles’ next album—The Beatles—widely known as The White Album.
FocusRingo asked me to shoot some film for him using his 16mm camera. When I finished, he handed me a fresh roll of film. “Here Paul, shoot this for yourself and keep it, for the fun of it.” Then he playfully added, in his wonderful Liverpudlian accent, “And who knows, it might be worth some money one day.”
Red Stripe, Blue StripeI love this picture: John straightening his hair, striped socks and all; Cynthia and Mike Love chatting and Mal looking at the camera. It was taken during a break in the Maharishi’s ‘official photo’ taking.
Good One!George was quiet and self-contained, yet with a depth and a humour that was genuine and delightful. He had true humility. Here, he’s just cracked a joke.
John and CynthiaJohn and Cynthia were both bright and friendly with me but distinctly distant and cool with each other. It turned out that Cynthia was hoping to get their marriage back on track while John had already met Yoko and was headed in another direction.