- 3:38 pm - Fri, Mar 7, 2014
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Here’s a genuine, married man dressing up as a woman. The impact is not on people like myself, or those in my age group, but on the youngsters who will be tomorrow’s people. What will those ten- or eleven-year-olds think of someone who’s a man dressing up as a woman at a pop show? He upsets me as a man.
Cliff Richard on David Bowie, 1973. (via bowiesongs)
Cliff Richard, the “Peter Pan” of pop
- 2:35 pm
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Wayne Thiebaud, Ocean City (2007)
I would love to see a show of Wayne Thiebaud’s work in the UK
- 8:54 pm
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The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe (Bantam, 1969 edition),
I had (may still have) this edition - bought when I was a teenager from a small book shop with a very eclectic selection run by two sweet old ladies in my home town. I bought it because it was referenced in the NME in the mid to late 70s (probably by Charles Shaar Murray). I started listening to the Grateful Dead around the same time but can’t remember if it was due to the book or if I read the book due to being a bit of a Deadhead.