hoaxoversleepytown:

The T.A.M.I. Show 1964

Full length program

This is important.

This video is awesome and I have the sudden urge to go to Australia.

So emmaeuphoria is gonna be here in two days, and I have begun the cleaning frenzy.
I dug through a pile of papers I haven’t looked at since right after I moved in and found a shallow box. And inside that box I found Commodore Richards.
I have no idea how to hang him. My walls are textured and he is twenty-four sheets of 11x17 semi-gloss paper.
I am open to any and all suggestions. I will let you all know how this goes. Until then, the dining nook is off-limits to foot traffic.

So emmaeuphoria is gonna be here in two days, and I have begun the cleaning frenzy.

I dug through a pile of papers I haven’t looked at since right after I moved in and found a shallow box. And inside that box I found Commodore Richards.

I have no idea how to hang him. My walls are textured and he is twenty-four sheets of 11x17 semi-gloss paper.

I am open to any and all suggestions. I will let you all know how this goes. Until then, the dining nook is off-limits to foot traffic.

(Source: party-wok)

Can I take just one second to break my “no Spotify on tumblr” rule to remind you all how wonderful Bridges to Babylon is?

(Source: Spotify)

Really into this.

(Source: a-little-mascara)

rootsnbluesfestival:

From a 1968 film shot by director Jean-Luc Godard, here’s the Rolling Stones in the recording studio, working on refining Sympathy for the Devil.

Holy shit it’s most of the important parts of One Plus One.

Things that always strike me while watching:

  • The studio is incredibly colorful.
  • Bill Wyman looks more and more pissed that Keef is playing his instrument until that one big smile a little more than half way through.
  • Nicky Hopkins was probably the best rock & roll piano player, but man, does he look like a nerd or what?
  • Sympathy had a long, painful, awkward birth, didn’t it?

Let’s take this and compare it to the Rock & Roll Circus performance not too much later, and revel in a band that’s Got It Together.

(via n-j-d)

rollingstonesofficial:

You can’t always get what you want,

But if you try sometime, you’ll find you 

Mmm… Crunchy.

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party-wok:

was just messing around in Open G and played the first notes of this and got really angry that it’s already a song.

Wok is on FIRE this morning with the jams.

(Source: party-wok)

Today, Bill Wyman turns 77.

(Source: radioshead, via party-wok)

soulmusicsongs:

You Can’t Always Get What You Want - Pucho and His Latin Soul Brothers (Yaina, 1971)

I don’t know what you’re doing right now, but if it’s not getting down with Pucho and His Latin Soul Brothers, you’re probably wrong.

liveitnowdoitnow:

The Rolling Stones - Slave

Totally forgot about this jam from Tattoo You.

(Source: pie-ix, via oneafter909blues)