dowackado
Comic books, the Bible, roadmaps, pornography
dowackado
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moarrrmagazine:

sunday, after lunch

MaccaJacko
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Ava Gardner makes quite an entrance in The Bribe (1949).
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When the film was presented in New York, the distributor reproduced the fountain scene on a billboard as high as a skyscraper. My name was in the middle in huge letters,  Fellini’s was at the bottom, very tiny. Now the name of Fellini has become very great, mine very little.
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Downtown Minneapolis, 1970.  Photo by Mike Evangelist
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luzfosca:

René Jacques
Le square du Vert-Galant, Paris, 1937
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theswinginsixties:

The Beach Boys: Brian WIlson at a barbeque.
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thateventuality:

George Harrison in the studio, 1962 - 1969
Photo 1: Dezo HoffmannPhoto 2: Norman Parkinson

"So if you are looking for someone to explain the near-mystical quality of George Harrison’s guitar playing - or at least grapple poetically with its spirit - Dhani is your best bet. ‘My father once said to me, "I play the notes you never hear,"’ he remembers. ‘He focused on touch and control partly because he never thought he was any good, really. He knew he was good at smaller things: not hitting any off notes, not making strings buzz, not playing anything that would jar you. “Everyone else has played all the other bullshit,” he would say. “I just play what’s left.”’” - Pitchfork, Overtones column by Jayson Greene, 13 October 2014 [the full, very insightful article can be read here]
thateventuality:

George Harrison in the studio, 1962 - 1969
Photo 1: Dezo HoffmannPhoto 2: Norman Parkinson

"So if you are looking for someone to explain the near-mystical quality of George Harrison’s guitar playing - or at least grapple poetically with its spirit - Dhani is your best bet. ‘My father once said to me, "I play the notes you never hear,"’ he remembers. ‘He focused on touch and control partly because he never thought he was any good, really. He knew he was good at smaller things: not hitting any off notes, not making strings buzz, not playing anything that would jar you. “Everyone else has played all the other bullshit,” he would say. “I just play what’s left.”’” - Pitchfork, Overtones column by Jayson Greene, 13 October 2014 [the full, very insightful article can be read here]
thateventuality:

George Harrison in the studio, 1962 - 1969
Photo 1: Dezo HoffmannPhoto 2: Norman Parkinson

"So if you are looking for someone to explain the near-mystical quality of George Harrison’s guitar playing - or at least grapple poetically with its spirit - Dhani is your best bet. ‘My father once said to me, "I play the notes you never hear,"’ he remembers. ‘He focused on touch and control partly because he never thought he was any good, really. He knew he was good at smaller things: not hitting any off notes, not making strings buzz, not playing anything that would jar you. “Everyone else has played all the other bullshit,” he would say. “I just play what’s left.”’” - Pitchfork, Overtones column by Jayson Greene, 13 October 2014 [the full, very insightful article can be read here]
thateventuality:

George Harrison in the studio, 1962 - 1969
Photo 1: Dezo HoffmannPhoto 2: Norman Parkinson

"So if you are looking for someone to explain the near-mystical quality of George Harrison’s guitar playing - or at least grapple poetically with its spirit - Dhani is your best bet. ‘My father once said to me, "I play the notes you never hear,"’ he remembers. ‘He focused on touch and control partly because he never thought he was any good, really. He knew he was good at smaller things: not hitting any off notes, not making strings buzz, not playing anything that would jar you. “Everyone else has played all the other bullshit,” he would say. “I just play what’s left.”’” - Pitchfork, Overtones column by Jayson Greene, 13 October 2014 [the full, very insightful article can be read here]
thateventuality:

George Harrison in the studio, 1962 - 1969
Photo 1: Dezo HoffmannPhoto 2: Norman Parkinson

"So if you are looking for someone to explain the near-mystical quality of George Harrison’s guitar playing - or at least grapple poetically with its spirit - Dhani is your best bet. ‘My father once said to me, "I play the notes you never hear,"’ he remembers. ‘He focused on touch and control partly because he never thought he was any good, really. He knew he was good at smaller things: not hitting any off notes, not making strings buzz, not playing anything that would jar you. “Everyone else has played all the other bullshit,” he would say. “I just play what’s left.”’” - Pitchfork, Overtones column by Jayson Greene, 13 October 2014 [the full, very insightful article can be read here]
thateventuality:

George Harrison in the studio, 1962 - 1969
Photo 1: Dezo HoffmannPhoto 2: Norman Parkinson

"So if you are looking for someone to explain the near-mystical quality of George Harrison’s guitar playing - or at least grapple poetically with its spirit - Dhani is your best bet. ‘My father once said to me, "I play the notes you never hear,"’ he remembers. ‘He focused on touch and control partly because he never thought he was any good, really. He knew he was good at smaller things: not hitting any off notes, not making strings buzz, not playing anything that would jar you. “Everyone else has played all the other bullshit,” he would say. “I just play what’s left.”’” - Pitchfork, Overtones column by Jayson Greene, 13 October 2014 [the full, very insightful article can be read here]
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hollyhocksandtulips:

Vikki “The Back” Dougan, 1950s
Photo by Ralph Crane
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90sdoomgeneration:

EAST END by David Bailey
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theidleclass:

Claudia Cardinale, c. 1960’s
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izzymcguire666:

i LOVE HER. so smart, did what she wanted & obviously very very beautiful (and Liv Tyler’s mom!)
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anything-classic:

Jayne Mansfield.
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