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Jun 1
yup.
endlessme:

Bobby Womack

yup.

endlessme:

Bobby Womack


May 13
Yup
reblogged from GQeye.

Yup

reblogged from GQeye.


May 11
yup
Francoise Hardy, via The Lonesome L.A. Cowboy.

yup

Francoise Hardy, via The Lonesome L.A. Cowboy.


Apr 29

Apr 5
Brilliant.
via "Confessions of a Bad News Bear," Jon Zelazny’s d-d-d-dynamite Q&A with Rev. David Stambaugh, who played infielder Toby Whitewood in The Bad News Bears (1976), The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training (1977), and The Bad News Bears Go To Japan (1978).

Brilliant.

via "Confessions of a Bad News Bear," Jon Zelazny’s d-d-d-dynamite Q&A with Rev. David Stambaugh, who played infielder Toby Whitewood in The Bad News Bears (1976), The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training (1977), and The Bad News Bears Go To Japan (1978).


Mar 29
yup
popculturecooking:

CigarettesGinDog Food
Billie Holiday gave this list to a friend who asked what she needed from the store. Lady Day, erryday.

yup

popculturecooking:

Cigarettes
Gin
Dog Food

Billie Holiday gave this list to a friend who asked what she needed from the store. Lady Day, erryday.


Mar 28
street-art gallery Vandalog: quite possibly the coolest tumblr since the dawn of tumblg

street-art gallery Vandalog: quite possibly the coolest tumblr since the dawn of tumblg


I sincerely hope that’s not my five-head on the far right.
via Michael Galinksy’s most fabulous 13 Slammin’ Pictures From A Shopping Mall in 1990.

I sincerely hope that’s not my five-head on the far right.

via Michael Galinksy’s most fabulous 13 Slammin’ Pictures From A Shopping Mall in 1990.


Mar 24
yup
jugtownradio:

On November 20, 1955, Bo Diddley appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. The show had  requested that Diddley sing the Merle Travis-penned Tennessee Ernie Ford hit “Sixteen Tons” but when he appeared on stage, he sang “Bo Diddley” instead. This  substitution resulted in his being  banned from further appearances. “I did two songs and Ed Sullivan got  mad,” Diddley later recalled. “He said that I was one of the first  colored boys to ever double-cross him. Said that I wouldn’t last six  months.”

yup

jugtownradio:

On November 20, 1955, Bo Diddley appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. The show had requested that Diddley sing the Merle Travis-penned Tennessee Ernie Ford hit “Sixteen Tons” but when he appeared on stage, he sang “Bo Diddley” instead. This substitution resulted in his being banned from further appearances. “I did two songs and Ed Sullivan got mad,” Diddley later recalled. “He said that I was one of the first colored boys to ever double-cross him. Said that I wouldn’t last six months.”

(via wewantnothing)


Mar 23
Fair sailing, Ms. Taylor.
via fanpop.com

Fair sailing, Ms. Taylor.

via fanpop.com


Mar 18
yup
nevver:

What?

yup

nevver:

What?


Velvet-Voiced Ferlin Husky Dies at 85

The first major country star to come out of the Bakersfield scene that later produced Buck Owens and Merle Haggard, Mr. Husky was also known for his generosity with up-and-coming performers, including Dallas Frazier and Mr. Owens. “Buck Owens? I dressed him up, putting some decent clothes on him, and  got him with Capitol,” Mr. Husky said in a 2004 interview published in  the British magazine Country Music People.

Velvet-Voiced Ferlin Husky Dies at 85

The first major country star to come out of the Bakersfield scene that later produced Buck Owens and Merle Haggard, Mr. Husky was also known for his generosity with up-and-coming performers, including Dallas Frazier and Mr. Owens. “Buck Owens? I dressed him up, putting some decent clothes on him, and got him with Capitol,” Mr. Husky said in a 2004 interview published in the British magazine Country Music People.


Mar 17
“On my tombstone just write, “The sorest loser that ever lived.”” Earl Weaver, Washington Post (October 6, 1986)

(via mightyflynn)


Mar 14

Me and Sue. That died too.


Mar 12

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