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George Harrison at his home in Esher.
Kinfauns was the bungalow-style house, located in Esher, Surrey, England, where George Harrison lived from 1964 to 1970. It’s the place where Harrison, Lennon and their wives retreated during their first LSD experience in 1965 and where,  in early 1967, George Harrison, Patti Boyd and Klaus Voormann were so inspired by the book Tantrum Art that they painted the outside of the house in psychedelic patterns. Kinfauns was also the place where, after a stay at the Maharishi’s ashram in Rishikesh, India in the spring of 1968, the Beatles recorded a number of demos of tunes that they had written while in India. The demos, commonly referred to as the Kinfauns Demos or Esher Demos,  feature a number of tunes that would eventually make it onto the White Album. They also feature early versions of Paul McCartney’s “Junk”, which would later appear on his 1970 solo record McCartney, and John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy” (then called “Child of Nature”), which was released on his 1971 album Imagine. Years after Harrison moved away, Kinfauns was demolished and a new two-story home was built in its place.
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George Harrison at his home in Esher.
Kinfauns was the bungalow-style house, located in Esher, Surrey, England, where George Harrison lived from 1964 to 1970. It’s the place where Harrison, Lennon and their wives retreated during their first LSD experience in 1965 and where,  in early 1967, George Harrison, Patti Boyd and Klaus Voormann were so inspired by the book Tantrum Art that they painted the outside of the house in psychedelic patterns. Kinfauns was also the place where, after a stay at the Maharishi’s ashram in Rishikesh, India in the spring of 1968, the Beatles recorded a number of demos of tunes that they had written while in India. The demos, commonly referred to as the Kinfauns Demos or Esher Demos,  feature a number of tunes that would eventually make it onto the White Album. They also feature early versions of Paul McCartney’s “Junk”, which would later appear on his 1970 solo record McCartney, and John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy” (then called “Child of Nature”), which was released on his 1971 album Imagine. Years after Harrison moved away, Kinfauns was demolished and a new two-story home was built in its place.
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George Harrison at his home in Esher.
Kinfauns was the bungalow-style house, located in Esher, Surrey, England, where George Harrison lived from 1964 to 1970. It’s the place where Harrison, Lennon and their wives retreated during their first LSD experience in 1965 and where,  in early 1967, George Harrison, Patti Boyd and Klaus Voormann were so inspired by the book Tantrum Art that they painted the outside of the house in psychedelic patterns. Kinfauns was also the place where, after a stay at the Maharishi’s ashram in Rishikesh, India in the spring of 1968, the Beatles recorded a number of demos of tunes that they had written while in India. The demos, commonly referred to as the Kinfauns Demos or Esher Demos,  feature a number of tunes that would eventually make it onto the White Album. They also feature early versions of Paul McCartney’s “Junk”, which would later appear on his 1970 solo record McCartney, and John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy” (then called “Child of Nature”), which was released on his 1971 album Imagine. Years after Harrison moved away, Kinfauns was demolished and a new two-story home was built in its place.
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George Harrison at his home in Esher.
Kinfauns was the bungalow-style house, located in Esher, Surrey, England, where George Harrison lived from 1964 to 1970. It’s the place where Harrison, Lennon and their wives retreated during their first LSD experience in 1965 and where,  in early 1967, George Harrison, Patti Boyd and Klaus Voormann were so inspired by the book Tantrum Art that they painted the outside of the house in psychedelic patterns. Kinfauns was also the place where, after a stay at the Maharishi’s ashram in Rishikesh, India in the spring of 1968, the Beatles recorded a number of demos of tunes that they had written while in India. The demos, commonly referred to as the Kinfauns Demos or Esher Demos,  feature a number of tunes that would eventually make it onto the White Album. They also feature early versions of Paul McCartney’s “Junk”, which would later appear on his 1970 solo record McCartney, and John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy” (then called “Child of Nature”), which was released on his 1971 album Imagine. Years after Harrison moved away, Kinfauns was demolished and a new two-story home was built in its place.
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George Harrison at his home in Esher.
Kinfauns was the bungalow-style house, located in Esher, Surrey, England, where George Harrison lived from 1964 to 1970. It’s the place where Harrison, Lennon and their wives retreated during their first LSD experience in 1965 and where,  in early 1967, George Harrison, Patti Boyd and Klaus Voormann were so inspired by the book Tantrum Art that they painted the outside of the house in psychedelic patterns. Kinfauns was also the place where, after a stay at the Maharishi’s ashram in Rishikesh, India in the spring of 1968, the Beatles recorded a number of demos of tunes that they had written while in India. The demos, commonly referred to as the Kinfauns Demos or Esher Demos,  feature a number of tunes that would eventually make it onto the White Album. They also feature early versions of Paul McCartney’s “Junk”, which would later appear on his 1970 solo record McCartney, and John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy” (then called “Child of Nature”), which was released on his 1971 album Imagine. Years after Harrison moved away, Kinfauns was demolished and a new two-story home was built in its place.
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George Harrison at his home in Esher.

Kinfauns was the bungalow-style house, located in Esher, Surrey, England, where George Harrison lived from 1964 to 1970. It’s the place where Harrison, Lennon and their wives retreated during their first LSD experience in 1965 and where,  in early 1967, George Harrison, Patti Boyd and Klaus Voormann were so inspired by the book Tantrum Art that they painted the outside of the house in psychedelic patterns. Kinfauns was also the place where, after a stay at the Maharishi’s ashram in Rishikesh, India in the spring of 1968, the Beatles recorded a number of demos of tunes that they had written while in India. The demos, commonly referred to as the Kinfauns Demos or Esher Demos,  feature a number of tunes that would eventually make it onto the White Album. They also feature early versions of Paul McCartney’s “Junk”, which would later appear on his 1970 solo record McCartney, and John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy” (then called “Child of Nature”), which was released on his 1971 album Imagine. Years after Harrison moved away, Kinfauns was demolished and a new two-story home was built in its place.