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TheBeatles- Pictorial- 1950-1962

 

Ringo with Paul McCartney, George Harrison and some friends in 1961. "I've got all me rings on," he says. "That's why they called me Ringo." This was during the period when Ringo was still playing with Rory Storm (hence his very different look) but also sitting in with the Beatles. "Brian [Epstein] would knock on the door and say, 'They’ve got a session.'? And I'd just go play the lunchtime session. We'd go to a club somewhere, or a pub and then I'd be back with Rory. And that happened several times until the end of '61 and of course a lot of the beginning of '62 I played several more times. That's how it happened. . . This is probably one of the first photos of me with the Beatles." Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/pictures/ringo-starrs-lost-beatles-photo-album- Rolling Stone

Ringo with Paul McCartney, George Harrison and some friends in 1961. “I’ve got all me rings on,” he says. “That’s why they called me Ringo.” This was during the period when Ringo was still playing with Rory Storm (hence his very different look) but also sitting in with the Beatles. “Brian [Epstein] would knock on the door and say, ‘They’ve got a session.’? And I’d just go play the lunchtime session. We’d go to a club somewhere, or a pub and then I’d be back with Rory. And that happened several times until the end of ’61 and of course a lot of the beginning of ’62 I played several more times. That’s how it happened. . . This is probably one of the first photos of me with the Beatles.”
Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/pictures/ringo-starrs-lost-beatles-photo-album-
Rolling Stone

1957, June 22, The Quarry Men perfomance at an official party to celebrate the 550th anniversary of Liverpool receiving its charter from King John. Rosebery Street, Liverpool.

1957, June 22, The Quarry Men perfomance at an official party to celebrate the 550th anniversary of Liverpool receiving its charter from King John. Rosebery Street, Liverpool.   dmbeatles.com

1957, June 22, The Quarry Men play in Rosebery Street, Liverpool. Pictured - left to right: Colin Hanton (drums), Eric Griffiths (guitar), John Lennon (vocal, guitar), Ivan Vaughan (tea-chest bass), Pete Shotton (washboard), Rod Davis (banjo).

1957, June 22, The Quarry Men play in Rosebery Street, Liverpool. Pictured – left to right: Colin Hanton (drums), Eric Griffiths (guitar), John Lennon (vocal, guitar), Ivan Vaughan (tea-chest bass), Pete Shotton (washboard), Rod Davis (banjo).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George at home (25 Upton Green) with his first Egmond guitar in 1956

George at home (25 Upton Green) with his first Egmond guitar in 1956

 

John and Aunt Mimi who raised him after his mother was killed by a car  walling across the street.

John and his mother who was killed by a car walling across the street.

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