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softshapely:

David Hamilton

softshapely:

David Hamilton

micol-b:

-

micol-b:

-

mademoisellebardot:

Brigitte Bardot

mademoisellebardot:

Brigitte Bardot

Describe me in one word anonymously.

the60sbazaar:

Grace Slick

the60sbazaar:

Grace Slick

groupiesoutrageously:

In 1965, Linda Lawrence met a new folk-rock musician and friend of Brian’s [Jones], Donovan [Leitch], on the set of Ready, Steady, Go!. They began an on/off relationship that lasted five years (while Donovan had two children with another girlfriend, Enid Stulberger), as Linda was wary of becoming steady girlfriend to a pop star once again. Linda was muse to many of his late 60s songs. [x]

I wrote it for Linda, although I hadn’t really met her yet. It is a song of unrequited love, yet I hadn’t really met her, so how could I miss her? And I seem to write prophetic songs in the sense of the Celtic poet and I wrote this song before I met Linda, of a love I would like to have had and lost." - Donovan about his song ‘Catch the Wind’

Linda’s in all the songs. ‘Sunshine Superman,’ ‘Hampstead Incident,’ ‘Young Girl Blues’… Linda’s the muse." - Donovan

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Song: D'yer Mak'er (Vinyl)
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Album: Houses Of The Holy
Played: 2,321 times.

emerald-blues:

D’yer Mak’er (Vinyl recording)

yolobaggins:

 this right here is my favorite line in the entire fucking show

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Song: Sunshine Superman
Artist: Donovan
Album: Sunshine Superman
Played: 4,081 times.

quarterpastfour:

Donovan - Sunshine Superman

gameraboy:

Mermaids from the Submarine Voyage attraction. These are from the special broadcast, Kodak Presents Disneyland ‘59. More vintage Disney.

narcoticfairy:

The Doors - Touch Me

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