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"If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be a vegetarian." – Paul McCartney

"If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be a vegetarian." – Paul McCartney

She’d had 20 lovers in two years. Now Linda was out to snare Paul McCartney - no…

She’d had 20 lovers in two years. Now Linda was out to snare Paul McCartney - no matter who stood in her way

She’d had 20 lovers in two years. Now Linda was out to snare Paul McCartney - no…

This is one of my all-time favorite pictures of Paul McCartney (and really, there are a lot). The lighting, the fog, it's just a great shot, which is why it's going in Photography instead of Auditory Obsessions. I'm assuming this was a shot of Linda McCartney's. Talented woman.

This is one of my all-time favorite pictures of Paul McCartney (and really, there are a lot). The lighting, the fog, it's just a great shot, which is why it's going in Photography instead of Auditory Obsessions. I'm assuming this was a shot of Linda McCartney's. Talented woman.

American photographer Linda Eastman with Paul McCartney of the Beatles. Linda Eastman of course would later become mrs. Linda McCartney.

American photographer Linda Eastman with Paul McCartney of the Beatles. Linda Eastman of course would later become mrs. Linda McCartney.

Paul and Linda McCartney. these 2 had a lovely wonderful life. music and their kids very wonderful

Paul and Linda McCartney. these 2 had a lovely wonderful life. music and their kids very wonderful

Linda, Paul e Mary McCartney por Linda McCartney Londres 1969 <3

Photographs by Linda McCartney

The Guardian wrote : After the break-up of the Beatles in 1970, Paul and Linda McCartney retreated to their farm on Kintyre, Scotland, to collaborate on a new album. The result was Ram, which went to No 1 the following year. These images capture the couple's life while working on material for the record.

Paul and Linda McCartney's Ram - in pictures

The Guardian wrote : After the break-up of the Beatles in 1970, Paul and Linda McCartney retreated to their farm on Kintyre, Scotland, to collaborate on a new album. The result was Ram, which went to No 1 the following year. These images capture the couple's life while working on material for the record.

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