Ghost of Syd
Syd Barrett

Syd Barrett

mcfffartney:

Happy Birthday, Syd Barrett!
» January 6th, 1946 

myiodesopsia:

Scrolls of several different double basses. The images come from basscafe, where you can learn more about the instruments for sale.

williemckay:

George Harrison, Stu Sutcliffe and John Lennon in Hamburg, Germany, 1960.

williemckay:

George Harrison, Stu Sutcliffe and John Lennon in Hamburg, Germany, 1960.

archaicrecursion:

Garaj Mahal
"Semos"
w00t
Owl Studios, 2008

devilduck:

The Beatles: BEAT BONGOS

devilduck:

The Beatles: BEAT BONGOS

lomographicsociety:

Vinyl Havens: Revolve Records and Relics, Erskineville

Part 4 of 4 in a Vinyl Havens series that explores the record stores of Inner West Sydney. Final stop: Revolve Records and Relics, in Erskineville.

The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There’s also a negative side.
Hunter S. Thompson (via devilduck)
the60sbazaar:

Nico 

the60sbazaar:

Nico 

Led Zeppelin - That's The Way
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docmartn:

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Track:
That’s The Way
Album: Led Zeppelin III
Year:
1970

theswinginsixties:

Jerry Garcia and Janis Joplin 

theswinginsixties:

Jerry Garcia and Janis Joplin 

indypendentmusic:

B.B. King performing with the Bill Harvey Band, Hippodrome, Memphis, TN, early 1950’s

indypendentmusic:

B.B. King performing with the Bill Harvey Band, Hippodrome, Memphis, TN, early 1950’s

mediumaevum:

Not only is this stunning citole the only surviving piece of it’s kind from the XIV century, it was also played by Robert Dudley to Elizabeth I.

A citole is the medieval equivalent of a guitar. This example is both a unique survival of its type and an outstanding example of medieval secular art. It was highly prized in its day and highly regarded throughout its history.
Alterations have been made, including attempts to convert it to a violin. Among the changes is the insertion of a silver plate above the peg box, engraved with the arms of Elizabeth I, Queen of England (1558-1603) and her favourite and lover, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. One of the most likely uses for the citole in medieval times would be as accompaniment to love ballads. The amorous associations clearly persisted into the Elizabethan age.
Read on

mediumaevum:

Not only is this stunning citole the only surviving piece of it’s kind from the XIV century, it was also played by Robert Dudley to Elizabeth I.

A citole is the medieval equivalent of a guitar. This example is both a unique survival of its type and an outstanding example of medieval secular art. It was highly prized in its day and highly regarded throughout its history.

Alterations have been made, including attempts to convert it to a violin. Among the changes is the insertion of a silver plate above the peg box, engraved with the arms of Elizabeth I, Queen of England (1558-1603) and her favourite and lover, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. One of the most likely uses for the citole in medieval times would be as accompaniment to love ballads. The amorous associations clearly persisted into the Elizabethan age.

Read on


John & Julian, Rock N’ Roll Circus, 1968. 

John & Julian, Rock N’ Roll Circus, 1968.