Grace Slick during her Jefferson Starship days.

Grace Slick during her Jefferson Starship days.

20 October 2014 ·

Jefferson Airplane’s Jack Casady, 1967.

Jefferson Airplane’s Jack Casady, 1967.

20 October 2014 ·

The Grateful Dead, 1967.

The Grateful Dead, 1967.

20 October 2014 ·

The Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia, 1967.

The Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia, 1967.

20 October 2014 ·

folkingitup:

Anne Briggs - Go Your Way

17 October 2014 ·

savetheflower-1967:

Acid concert - 1967

savetheflower-1967:

Acid concert - 1967

17 October 2014 ·

desertsoap:

Joni Mitchell at the Troubadour

(Source: artpepper.net)

17 October 2014 ·

janeashersource:

mccartneymadness:

August 1968

February 19, 1968 - Maureen, Ringo, Paul and Jane at Heathrow Airport en route to India.
By August 1968 Paul and Jane had already split!

janeashersource:

mccartneymadness:

August 1968

February 19, 1968 - Maureen, Ringo, Paul and Jane at Heathrow Airport en route to India.

By August 1968 Paul and Jane had already split!

17 October 2014 ·

originalgratefuldead:

The Grateful Dead at the Straight Theater in San Francisco. September 29, 1967.
This was billed as a “Dance Class” to get around a San Francisco ordinance prohibiting concerts in the hall. A few days later, the Dead were busted in their home, some say not coincidentally. This was also the last show before Mickey Hart joined the band, making his debut during the second Dance Class.

originalgratefuldead:

The Grateful Dead at the Straight Theater in San Francisco. September 29, 1967.

This was billed as a “Dance Class” to get around a San Francisco ordinance prohibiting concerts in the hall. A few days later, the Dead were busted in their home, some say not coincidentally. This was also the last show before Mickey Hart joined the band, making his debut during the second Dance Class.

17 October 2014 ·

originalgratefuldead:

Mountain Girl Garcia.

originalgratefuldead:

Mountain Girl Garcia.

10 October 2014 ·

Woody and Arlo Guthrie.

Woody and Arlo Guthrie.

(Source: facebook.com)

8 October 2014 ·

Born To Take The Highway by Joni Mitchell, 1966.

8 October 2014 ·

Judy Collins sings Joni Mitchell’s Chelsea Morning, 1969.

8 October 2014 ·

ilovejonimitchell:

Joni Mitchell on the TV show This Is Tom Jones in 1970

ilovejonimitchell:

Joni Mitchell on the TV show This Is Tom Jones in 1970

8 October 2014 ·

ilovejonimitchell:


"Joni Mitchell I met on the telephone for the first time. I didn’t know who she was, she was working in the Village and Tom Rush had taken a shine to her, so consequently everybody in the Village knew “Circle Game,” because he’d recorded it and loved it and was always talking about her. But I hadn’t met her, didn’t know anything about her, so when she sang this song to me in the middle of the night on the phone, I was just entranced. I said, "I’ll be right over, I have to sing it."
"Then, of course, we got together socially and she would sing me all these songs and I was just, oh, man, I was over the moon. All of them I wanted to record! It took me 40 years to record "That Song About The Midway" and “Chelsea Morning” I recorded I think in 1970. In a sense, it’s the same relationship I have with Leonard Cohen’s music. I just think practically everything he wrote is without comparison. It just reaches a level that’s so high. And I think that about Joni. Her writing is transformational. That’s the most important aspect of my relationship with Joni Mitchell, right there."

Judy Collins on Joni Mitchell (x)

ilovejonimitchell:

"Joni Mitchell I met on the telephone for the first time. I didn’t know who she was, she was working in the Village and Tom Rush had taken a shine to her, so consequently everybody in the Village knew “Circle Game,” because he’d recorded it and loved it and was always talking about her. But I hadn’t met her, didn’t know anything about her, so when she sang this song to me in the middle of the night on the phone, I was just entranced. I said, "I’ll be right over, I have to sing it."

"Then, of course, we got together socially and she would sing me all these songs and I was just, oh, man, I was over the moon. All of them I wanted to record! It took me 40 years to record "That Song About The Midway" and “Chelsea Morning” I recorded I think in 1970. In a sense, it’s the same relationship I have with Leonard Cohen’s music. I just think practically everything he wrote is without comparison. It just reaches a level that’s so high. And I think that about Joni. Her writing is transformational. That’s the most important aspect of my relationship with Joni Mitchell, right there."

Judy Collins on Joni Mitchell (x)

8 October 2014 ·

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