34 Montagu Square is located in London. It was here Beatles drummer Ringo Starr leased Flat 1 in 1965. He and his wife lived here until July, when they moved to St. George's Hill. Ringo retained the lease on the house and rented it to Paul McCartney later in 1965. Paul did some demos in the flat, as well as work on Eleanor Rigby. After McCartney left the flat Ringo sub-let it to Jimi Hendrix in December 1966. Hendrix wrote The Wind Cries Mary while living here. After he trashed the flat in 1967, Ringo evicted him. John Lennon and Yoko Ono lived here at Montagu Square for several months in 1968, while the Beatles were recording The White Album. The cover photo for John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Two Virgins was photographed here during that time. On October 18, 1968, the flat was raided by Scotland Yard. Both John and Yoko were arrested, with Lennon pleading guilty to hashish possession. Ringo eventually sold the lease in February 1969.