I woke up as the sun was reddening; and that was the one distinct time in my life, the strangest moment of all, when I didn’t know who I was - I was far away from home, haunted and tired with travel, in a cheap hotel room I’d never seen, hearing the hiss of steam outside, and the creak of the old wood of the hotel, and footsteps upstairs, and all the sad sounds, and I looked at the cracked high ceiling and really didn’t know who I was for about fifteen strange seconds. I wasn’t scared; I was just somebody else, some stranger, and my whole life was a haunted life, the life of a ghost.

Jack Kerouac, On the Road (via feellng)
everybody-mustget-stoned:

I’m sad now

everybody-mustget-stoned:

I’m sad now

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Keith during sessions for Their Satanic Majesties Request, Olympic Studios, London, 1967.

Keith during sessions for Their Satanic Majesties Request, Olympic Studios, London, 1967.

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fuckindiva:

I’m Only Sleeping features the then-unique sound of a reversed guitar duet played by Harrison. He perfected the part with the tape running backwards so that, when reversed, it would fit the dreamlike mood. At about 1:57 into the song, a barely audible voice (probably Lennon’s) can be heard saying, “Yawn, Paul”, followed by a slightly more audible yawn. The first draft of Lennon’s lyrics for the song suggests that he was writing about the joys of staying in bed rather than any drug euphoria sometimes read into the lyrics. While not on tour, due to his lack of routine, Lennon would often spend his time sleeping, reading, writing or watching television, often under the influence of drugs, and would often have to be woken by McCartney for songwriting sessions. Maureen Cleave, a friend of Lennon’s, wrote in 1966: “He can sleep almost indefinitely, is probably the laziest person in England.” x

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nowmodeon:

Bowie

nowmodeon:

Bowie

robertdenlro:

my talents include taking cute selfies in ugly lighting

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sashusha:

Bob Dylan and Hedy West,1962

sashusha:

Bob Dylan and Hedy West,1962

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Bob Dylan with Joan Baez at Forest Hills Stadium, New York, 8/17/63.  This song was not in circulation until the fairly-recently-unearthed ‘Forest Hills’ acetate that was auctioned for $2750 on eBay in June 2011.

Bob’s desire to get married to Sara suprised me. I asked him about it. “Why Sara?! Why not Joan Baez?” He responded with, “Because Sara will be home when I want her to be home, she’ll be there when I want her to be there, she’ll do it when I want her to do it. Joan won’t be there when I want her. She won’t do it when I want to do it.

Victor Maymudes

Another Side of Bob Dylan

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