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❝What I love about the shot of John and me is that it shows the great working relationship we had. It was a joy to work with John, particularly when we were writing and organising, as we were in this picture.  I can’t recall exactly what we were doing. Maybe a lyric, maybe a running order, maybe the medley on Abbey Road. At some point we had to organise what song would go where. I just love the joy of that picture, it’s beautifully composed. There were also the difficulties of the period, which show up in the film Let It Be, which I think have overshadowed the truth. It was a very heavy period. But this picture shows it wasn’t all like that. There was some light. And that’s how I remember our working relationship. Even though there were some tough moments, this was a great friendship.❞ — Paul McCartney



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Sao Paulo / 20th October 2013. {new tours 2013}



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Kurt Cobain photographed by Jesse Frohman, 1993.

Frohman said the first thing Cobain asked for when he arrived, hours late, to the shoot was a bucket to vomit in.


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“New York (in 1964 and ‘65) was wonderful and so on, and L.A. was also kind of interesting. But outside of that we found it the most repressive society, very prejudiced in every way. There was still segregation. And the attitudes were fantastically old-fashioned. Americans shocked me by their behavior and their narrow-mindedness. It’s changed fantastically over the last 30 years. But so has everything else (laughs).” ― Mick Jagger on American attitudes in 1964 and 1965.
© Photo by Terry O’Neill, in a London Park, 1965.

“New York (in 1964 and ‘65) was wonderful and so on, and L.A. was also kind of interesting. But outside of that we found it the most repressive society, very prejudiced in every way. There was still segregation. And the attitudes were fantastically old-fashioned. Americans shocked me by their behavior and their narrow-mindedness. It’s changed fantastically over the last 30 years. But so has everything else (laughs).” ― Mick Jagger on American attitudes in 1964 and 1965.

© Photo by Terry O’Neill, in a London Park, 1965.



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old-rock-music:

Keith Richards

old-rock-music:

Keith Richards



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