Exclusive! You heard it here first! “Our” Nikki Webster grew up into Grimes.
This one goes out to Arthur Plum White Sarlos, born today, hooray! *first image: Dragonauttt
Not going, gone! And WOW is it good to be back. Home away from home.
While searching for live Pentangle clips online (no, no, not procrastinating or anything of the sort), I came upon the opening theme of a BBC series from 1969 called Take Three Girls, a title recently referenced (a-ha!) for a Dolly Mixture documentary that I’m pretty desperate to see. The three: (single mum) (art student) (cellist) [...]
A short fantasy sequence made for/by The Incredible String Band in 1969, featured in Be Glad For the Song Has No Ending originally planned to screen on BBC Arts Omnibus program. The pirate’s costume is totally panto steez (he’s behind you!) but the coven looks cosy. Found in a roundabout way via Stopping Off Place
New York, 10th February, 1964 (from a terrible book I bought just for this photo) Teen photo of Cynthia from Word Is Out Starshooter Get Baque, 24th December 1977. NB 1:10
Now that I’ve started Circular Spectacles . . . I see them everywhere! O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O The above from Martin Sharp’s short film Darling, Do You Love Me? (’68) starring Germaine Greer.
I was sad to come across the obituary for Jill Johnston in the NY Times today. Had never even heard of D.A. Pennebaker’s Town Bloody Hall ’79 documentary (how had I not?) that was mentioned in it, footage of a debate on the subject of women’s lib in ’71 in New York, chaired by Norman [...]
Aurora’s posting of the ’74 Bubbles 7up commercial by Robert Abel & Associates (WOWOWOWOW) jogged Peter Max back into my mind.