A little love song early in the morning from this band called The Beatles. From the 1964 album A Hard Day’s Night, it features a bit of an odd structure in the introduction by John Lennon, and the rest is just nice harmonies and one mic.
In the midst of the world-changing so much even this year, with Egypt, Syria, Libya, Occupying things, and the rest of it, this is just a really powerful quote to remember. An optimist, realist, and pessimist walk into a bar…
A lot of mushrooms went into this album, perhaps one of the last great psych, experimental albums we consider to be landmark. My Bloody Valentine’s sound is still singular in that nobody can repeat it, and in 1991, when the rest of the world was starting to go Nirvana and simple rock, MBV was going introspective and layered. Layered is such a simple way of putting it, but it makes sense.
Loveless begins with “Only Shallow” and ends with “Soon.”
The paint had begun to peel, the colors fading – as with all good murals the Sam Flores piece that had hung above our SF store had run it’s course, so we handed the torch to Ericailcane to make anew. Check out the first part of him changing it out below…
All about this blog post today from Boston.com, showing these amazing photos from Russia, color photos at that, from over 100 years ago. Beautiful shots, done by photographer Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944), who “undertook a photographic survey of the Russian Empire with the support of Tsar Nicholas II.”
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re well aware that the 2010 World Cup kicks off this Friday, June 11th. Yes, America is currently under basketball siege, but the rest of the world is gearing up for a match that is expected to draw one of the largest audiences in the history of televised sports.