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Wednesday, March 15, 1967

Peter Blake and Jann Haworth have dinner at Paul’s

Last updated on May 6, 2024

7 Cavendish Avenue, St John’s Wood, London, UK

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The Beatles began working on the design for the packaging of their “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album about two months before the recording sessions ended. Their friend and art dealer Robert Fraser suggested that they ask the pop artists Peter Blake and his then-wife Jann Haworth to create the album artwork. Over a series of meetings held at Paul McCartney’s London home, EMI Studios at Abbey Road, or the artists’ home, the concept for the cover started to take shape.

On this day, Paul McCartney attended the recording of George Harrison’s “Within You Without You.” Afterwards, according to “The Beatles Diary Volume 1: The Beatles Years” by Barry Miles, he had dinner with Peter Blake and Jann Haworth at his home.


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