Tumblr has compelled me to remove my audio posts under threat of the death penalty. Sorry about that.

Tumblr has compelled me to remove my audio posts under threat of the death penalty. Sorry about that.

20 August 2014 ·

ilovejonimitchell:

Joni in the Wild Things Run Fast tour programme, 1982

ilovejonimitchell:

Joni in the Wild Things Run Fast tour programme, 1982

19 August 2014 ·

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young perform Roll Another Number (For The Road) at Winterland in San Francisco. October 4, 1973.

17 August 2014 ·

Pink Floyd’s See Emily Play. 1967.

17 August 2014 ·

Pink Floyd’s Richard Wright and Syd Barrett, Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. May 12, 1967.

Pink Floyd’s Richard Wright and Syd Barrett, Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. May 12, 1967.

(Source: sydbarrettpinkfloyd.com)

16 August 2014 ·

Pink Floyd at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. May 12, 1967.

Pink Floyd at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. May 12, 1967.

(Source: sydbarrettpinkfloyd.com)

16 August 2014 ·

The Netherlands’ Provo Movement selling grass on the street, 1964.

The Netherlands’ Provo Movement selling grass on the street, 1964.

(Source: sydbarrettpinkfloyd.com)

16 August 2014 ·

Pink Floyd in the San Francisco Chronicle. November 1, 1967.

Pink Floyd in the San Francisco Chronicle. November 1, 1967.

(Source: sydbarrettpinkfloyd.com)

16 August 2014 ·

Pink Floyd, Procol Harum and H.P. Lovecraft at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. November 9, 1967. At Winterland November 10-11, 1967.

Pink Floyd, Procol Harum and H.P. Lovecraft at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. November 9, 1967. At Winterland November 10-11, 1967.

16 August 2014 ·

The Band, Sons Of Champlin and the Ace Of Cups at Winterland in San Francisco. April17-19, 1969. This was the Band’s first concert run as a stand alone band.

The Band, Sons Of Champlin and the Ace Of Cups at Winterland in San Francisco. April17-19, 1969. This was the Band’s first concert run as a stand alone band.

16 August 2014 ·

The Ace Of Cups, KQED studio San Francisco. 1968. Introduction by Ralph Gleason.

15 August 2014 ·

The Ace Of Cups. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco 1967.

The Ace Of Cups. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco 1967.

15 August 2014 ·

Grace Slick and Jefferson Airplane. May, 1967.

Grace Slick and Jefferson Airplane. May, 1967.

15 August 2014 ·

signetolyanderson:

The thing is that Donahue was very supportive. Well, he’d made a fortune off of the Beau Brummels and stuff like that at that point, but when the underground started to surface —- i.e., Jefferson Airplane, —- when I’m talking about the Jefferson Airplane here, I’m talking about when Signe Anderson was the lead singer, when Grace (Slick) was still in the Great Society. They were around and from day one, Bill (Graham) booked that band. Same with the Grateful Dead, and a whole pile of other bands who fell by the wayside, including The Mystery Trend—- all these great bands.This was before the whole thing broke, you know. We were very impressed with the Airplane because nobody sounded like them at the time. They had this sort of rhythmic—- they did things with a song—- the drum patterns would change or something and I thought, that’s really a cool thing. You could hear Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead on KMPX and go see them at the Fillmore. That’s how it worked.

signetolyanderson:

The thing is that Donahue was very supportive. Well, he’d made a fortune off of the Beau Brummels and stuff like that at that point, but when the underground started to surface —- i.e., Jefferson Airplane, —- when I’m talking about the Jefferson Airplane here, I’m talking about when Signe Anderson was the lead singer, when Grace (Slick) was still in the Great Society. They were around and from day one, Bill (Graham) booked that band. Same with the Grateful Dead, and a whole pile of other bands who fell by the wayside, including The Mystery Trend—- all these great bands.This was before the whole thing broke, you know. We were very impressed with the Airplane because nobody sounded like them at the time. They had this sort of rhythmic—- they did things with a song—- the drum patterns would change or something and I thought, that’s really a cool thing. You could hear Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead on KMPX and go see them at the Fillmore. That’s how it worked.

13 August 2014 ·

myoldfriendblues:

Emmylou Harris by Ed Peristein, 1975

myoldfriendblues:

Emmylou Harris by Ed Peristein, 1975

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13 August 2014 ·

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