I refused to move Brian Eno's fishtank
rockandrolltedium: I was working at a cafe in West London operating the tills when Brian Eno (a regular) came to pay for his lunch. He asked if I would help move his fish tank on the weekend. I handed him his change and said no. by Hattie
the-theme-is: Jilted John Jilted John (single,...
before i lose my style: baddominicana:... →
baddominicana: chauvinistsushi: U.S. Judges Admit to Jailing Children for Money alexandraerin: jonathan-cunningham: Judges Mark Ciavarella and Michael Conahan of the Court of Common Pleas in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, plead guilty in open court that they sentenced… shocking
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Let it Come...
merdre: Following on from my previous League post, Gosh! Comics have released pages from the forthcoming book, set of course, in 2009. Can you spot anyone? looking forward to this
Every Great Song Ever: UK Prog, Volume 2: 1968... →
I’m reblogging this in case any one who follows me is unaware of this fascinating project tracing the development of UK Progressive Rock everygreatsongever: Get the mix here. Volume One of this series featured very little actual progressive rock, instead focusing on some of the threads that became progressive rock, and to an extent, Volume Two is similar. 1968 was a transitional year for...
One more for Levon Gloryland - Levon Helm, Amy...
Mr. Helm’s drumming valued space over showiness. He gave his drums a muffled,...– Jon Pareles, “Levon Helm, drummer in the Band, dies at 71” (via semipoplife)
The Weight - The Band (1974/01/06) Levon Helm RIP
a-little-bit-of-karen asked: you went to a 'dylan gig in brasilia? you're lucky.
I once wrote a story about a man who was injured and taken to a hospital. When...– Philip K. Dick, from How to Build a Universe That Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later (via sciencefiction) I love PKD. As long as you understand that you’re not reading PKD for the plot or characters, but for the ideas, you will always have a great time. (via rubyvroom) The ideas, yes, and maybe...
MOJO Magazine | Tumblr: Farewell, American... →
mojomagazine: Dick Clark, legendary host of music TV trailblazer American Bandstand has died at a Los Angeles hospital, aged 82. The importance of Bandstand is hard to overstate – regularly reaching 20 million American viewers. Despite the seeming squareness of Clark, the show authentically reflected teen… RIP