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mothgirlwings:

Buster Keaton performs a feat of derring-do

mothgirlwings:

Buster Keaton performs a feat of derring-do

trixietreats:

Lehnert & Landrock, Ouled-Naïl Tunisie, 1905
yehyehgrace:

Courrèges - 1965

yehyehgrace:

Courrèges - 1965

jeanfivintage:

Watches

jeanfivintage:

Watches

The Beatles - Helter Skelter
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fuckyeahbeatlesmusic:

The Beatles - Helter Skelter

“I was in Scotland and I read in Melody Maker that Pete Townshend had said: ‘We’ve just made the raunchiest, loudest, most ridiculous rock ‘n’ roll record you’ve ever heard.’ I never actually found out what track it was that The Who had made, but that got me going; just hearing him talk about it. So I said to the guys, ‘I think we should do a song like that; something really wild.’ And I wrote Helter SkelterYou can hear the voices cracking, and we played it so long and so often that by the end of it you can hear Ringo saying, ‘I’ve got blisters on my fingers’. We just tried to get it louder: ‘Can’t we make the drums sound louder?’ That was really all I wanted to do - to make a very loud, raunchy rock ‘n’ roll record with The Beatles. And I think it’s a pretty good one.” - Paul McCartney

silfarione:

Baiser Passage Versailles, by Robert Doisneau 1950

silfarione:

Baiser Passage Versailles, by Robert Doisneau 1950

mudwerks:

(via Time Machine to the Twenties: How to Look Well in Clothes - For Tall Women)
superseventies:

Laura Nyro and The Band at the Berkeley Community Centre, poster art, January 1970.

superseventies:

Laura Nyro and The Band at the Berkeley Community Centre, poster art, January 1970.