redhousecanada:

jeffriedelpolaroids:
Emmylou Harris and Gillian Welch - Santa Barbara, CA

redhousecanada:

jeffriedelpolaroids:

Emmylou Harris and Gillian Welch - Santa Barbara, CA

A beginner's guide to music of the late 60s

  • The Beatles: love happiness drugs
  • Pink Floyd: you're going to die and the government is out to get you
  • Led Zeppelin: BABE BABE BABE BABE BABE BABE BABE BABE BABE

halleberiberi:

Someone made a Tinder as their dog. I am fucking cracking up.
ALL THE PICTURES ARE OF A DOG.

filmcigarettes:

Joanne and Paul met in 1953 while both were working in the Broadway production of Picnic.

Joanne: From the beginning, Paul and I had an advantage: we were good friends before we were lovers. I mean, we really liked each other. We could talk to each other. We could talk to each other, we could tell each other anything without fear of ridicule or rejection. There was trust.

Paul: Joanne has always given me unconditional support in all my choices and endeavours, and that includes my race car driving, which she deplores. To me, that’s love.

They were married from January 29, 1958 until September 26, 2008 and raised three daughters. For 50 years their love endured and brought warmth into the world.

Paul passed away at the age of 83, due to lung cancer, at his home in Westport, Connecticut leaving a legacy unscathed by time.

fuckyeahtheboss:


Bruce and Clarence were Scooter and the Big Man, they were black and white, they were big and small. It was still a bold move in the early ’70s, especially in some parts of the country, to have an African-American in your band, much less one you danced with, rubbed butts with and engaged in a long soulful kiss with; the country was only a few years out of the Civil Rights movement and there are stories of gigs the band didn’t get and hotels they were told they weren’t welcome in.


via Backstreets.com: Rest in Peace, Big Man

fuckyeahtheboss:

Bruce and Clarence were Scooter and the Big Man, they were black and white, they were big and small. It was still a bold move in the early ’70s, especially in some parts of the country, to have an African-American in your band, much less one you danced with, rubbed butts with and engaged in a long soulful kiss with; the country was only a few years out of the Civil Rights movement and there are stories of gigs the band didn’t get and hotels they were told they weren’t welcome in.

mthology:

Blood on the Bluegrass - a southern gothic mix

i. bad moon rising - creedence clearwater revival | ii. when the levee breaks - led zeppelin | iii. blood on the bluegrass - th’ legendary shack shakers | iv. the night that the lights went out in georgia - reba mcentire | v. bad ritual - timber timbre | vi. house of the rising sun - the animals | vii. black water - timber timbre | viii. big river - the secret sisters ft. jack white | ix. jagadamba, you might - first aid kit | x. suzie q - creedence clearwater revival | xi. kill! kill! kill! - the pierces | xii. calamity song - the decemberists | xiii. raise hell - brandi carlile | xiv. in our talons - bowerbirds | xv. (if) you want trouble - nick waterhouse | xvi. god’s gonna cut you down - johnny cash

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"I am always surprised when friends apologize for being in a bad mood, or sharing their life challenges when I bump into them, as though there is something wrong with sharing our difficulties with each other. This is yet another example of the artificial positivity world we have created in western life, where we are only acceptable to each other if we share good news. I wonder if we have communicated the message that someone else’s bad news is unacceptable because we are trying to bypass our own difficulties. Whatever it is, this has to stop. We aren’t going to co-create a genuinely positive world until we can hold the space for each other’s shadow. Better an authentic frown than an inauthentic smile any day. A smile that is built on a pretentious foundation isn’t a smile at all."
Jeff Brown (via scarletsrealmagic)

Food for thought. Good morning.

(via its-onlygene)

Right on.