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No, the ceiling is not ‘coming down.’ That’s just how The Beatles felt after smoking weed with Bob Dylan

Getting one’s first experience with weed courtesy of Bob Dylan was likely fairly ambitious, even for a Beatle.

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In an excerpt of Paul McCartney’s soon-to-be released memoir, The Beatles bassist and all-around icon relays what can happen when partying with Dylan, no stranger to weed and whose consumption likely dated back to the early 1960s.

McCarthy relays that the momentous occasion occurred in a hotel room, perhaps in New York City, around the summer of 1964, The Times of London reported in a published excerpt.

The visit by Dylan and his roadie had started off simple enough, with everyone “just drinking as usual,

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