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I’ve been seeing people reblog the photo that’s above (the upside down one) and saying its John recording revolver. But I flipped the photo and I don’t believe that’s John at all. So I decided to do some investigations and here is my evidence.

first off I’d like to say that the man in the photo is Denny Laine, and he’s recording with Paul in a Nashville session.


now, if you look closely, the headphones Denny is wearing are the same headphones that are in the false “John” photo.


now compare those headphones with the ones the Beatles used while recording Revolver in 1965


Different right? Now let’s look at Denny himself. Although he has a similar nose to John and sideburns, the similarities stop there. Because even his eyebrows are arched and we all know John’s eyebrows are bushy and big.


So there you have it. I hope you guys can see that it’s in fact Denny and not John. Please reblog this to spread the true information about this photo. Thank you.


[frustrated sigh]



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The Beatles in Help! (1965) » closing credits


The Beatles in Help! (1965) » closing credits


ringo and gregg joking on rehearsals in 2008

1963: She loves you, yeah yeah yeah.
1964: She's in love with me, and I feel fine.
1965: She's got a ticket to ride, and she don't care.
1966: She said, I know what it's like to be dead.
1967: She's leaving home after living alone for so many years.
1968: She's well acquainted with the touch of a velvet hand, like a lizard on a window pane...
1969: She came in through the bathroom window, protected by her silver spoon...
1970: She is standing, right in front of me. Speaking words of wisdom, let it be.