abenteuerer:

welcome to L.A.!


Track Title: Cecil Taylor

Artist: Jonathan Wilson

Album: Fanfare

vraciusmusicjones:

Jonathan Wilson - Cecil Taylor

Fanfare

With Crosby & Nash


grilldcheeseplease:

I don’t even care.  This is the cutest damn picture I’ve seen in forever.

grilldcheeseplease:

I don’t even care.  This is the cutest damn picture I’ve seen in forever.


shes-california-dreamin:

Watermarks suck but I just love these pics of Robbie.


Track Title: Do What You Want, Be What You Are

Artist: Hall & Oates

Album: Bigger Than Both of Us
posted 10 hours ago via stuonsongs with 1 note

reluctant-martyrs:

Chris Hillman; Bassist of The Byrds, c. 1965

reluctant-martyrs:

Chris Hillman; Bassist of The Byrds, c. 1965


Richie and Timothy backstage at Queen’s College, 1 Oct 1972
by Wendi Lombardi

posted 11 hours ago with 8 notes


sagebrushserenade:

Gram Parsons | © Harvey L. Silver/Corbis

sagebrushserenade:

Gram Parsons | © Harvey L. Silver/Corbis



groupiesoutrageously:

Girlfriend & Muse

Judith Marjorie “Judy” Collins [01.05.39]

"He was possibly the most attractive man I had ever seen." - on Stephen Stills

"Stephen came to where I was singing one night on the West Coast and brought his guitar to the hotel and he sang me “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” the whole song. And of course it has lines in it that referred to my therapy. And so he wove that all together in this magnificent creation. So the legacy of our relationship is certainly in that song."  - on “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes

"The breakup was imminent…we were both too large for one house." - Stephen Stills

"Well, there are three things men can do with women: love them, suffer for them, or turn them into literature. I’ve had my share of success and failure at all three." - Stephen Stills, on the note “so many of your songs seem to be about Judy Collins”

"Stephen knew exactly what he was doing. He was that smart and that gifted. In a way it was his revenge, served hot, and it was magnificent." - on “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes



Richie Furay with Poco at Queen’s College, 1 October 1972by Chuck Pulin

Richie Furay with Poco at Queen’s College, 1 October 1972
by Chuck Pulin

posted 1 day ago with 15 notes


courtneychavanell:

Tonight, I hand painted this Hasselblad film photograph from my portrait session with Jonathan Wilson…© Courtney Chavanell Photography

courtneychavanell:

Tonight, I hand painted this Hasselblad film photograph from my portrait session with Jonathan Wilson…
© Courtney Chavanell Photography