kung fu grippe


  1. theswinginsixties:

Julie Christie modelling for Vogue US, February 1966.

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    Julie Christie modelling for Vogue US, February 1966.

  2. theswinginsixties:

Jane Fonda, 1962.
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The Rolling Stones: Brian Jones and Charlie Watts lazing by the pool at the Clearwater hotel in Florida, 1965.




Hmmmmmm. This photo may have been shot during a musically-significant hotel visit.

"Satisfaction" comes to Keith Richards — History.com This Day in History — 5/7/1965:


  In the early morning hours of May 7, 1965, in a Clearwater, Florida, motel room, a bleary-eyed Keith Richards awoke, grabbed a tape recorder and laid down one of the greatest pop hooks of all time: The opening riff of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” He then promptly fell back to sleep.
    
    
  “When I woke up in the morning, the tape had run out,” Richards recalled many years later. “I put it back on, and there’s this, maybe, 30 seconds of ‘Satisfaction,’ in a very drowsy sort of rendition. And then it suddenly—the guitar goes ‘CLANG,” and then there’s like 45 minutes of snoring.” It wasn’t much to go on, but he played it for Mick Jagger later that same day. “He only had the first bit, and then he had the riff,” Jagger recalls. “It sounded like a country sort of thing on acoustic guitar—it didn’t sound like rock. But he didn’t really like it, he thought it was a joke… He really didn’t think it was single material, and we all said ‘You’re off your head.’ Which he was, of course.”

    theswinginsixties:

    The Rolling Stones: Brian Jones and Charlie Watts lazing by the pool at the Clearwater hotel in Florida, 1965.

    Hmmmmmm. This photo may have been shot during a musically-significant hotel visit.

    "Satisfaction" comes to Keith Richards — History.com This Day in History — 5/7/1965:

    In the early morning hours of May 7, 1965, in a Clearwater, Florida, motel room, a bleary-eyed Keith Richards awoke, grabbed a tape recorder and laid down one of the greatest pop hooks of all time: The opening riff of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” He then promptly fell back to sleep.  
     
    “When I woke up in the morning, the tape had run out,” Richards recalled many years later. “I put it back on, and there’s this, maybe, 30 seconds of ‘Satisfaction,’ in a very drowsy sort of rendition. And then it suddenly—the guitar goes ‘CLANG,” and then there’s like 45 minutes of snoring.” It wasn’t much to go on, but he played it for Mick Jagger later that same day. “He only had the first bit, and then he had the riff,” Jagger recalls. “It sounded like a country sort of thing on acoustic guitar—it didn’t sound like rock. But he didn’t really like it, he thought it was a joke… He really didn’t think it was single material, and we all said ‘You’re off your head.’ Which he was, of course.”

  4. theswinginsixties:

Raquel Welch in space age fashion by Pierre Cardin, 1969.
  5. theswinginsixties:

Yvonne Craig

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    Yvonne Craig

  6. theswinginsixties:

Tippi Hedren publicity photo for ‘The Birds’, 1963.

Just utterly gorgeous work.

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    Tippi Hedren publicity photo for ‘The Birds’, 1963.

    Just utterly gorgeous work.

  7. theswinginsixties:

Model wearing pink cyclops sunglasses, 1965. Photo by John Rawlings.

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    Model wearing pink cyclops sunglasses, 1965. Photo by John Rawlings.

  8. theswinginsixties:

Computing, 1967 style.

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    Computing, 1967 style.

  9. theswinginsixties:

The Shangri-Las

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    The Shangri-Las