Vintage (1986) Venom gig poster featuring Black Flag as special guests.
From The Vault
It’s 1984 and both Stephen King and Drew Barrymore are attending the premier of Firestarter film in Maine.
Barbara Lang was originally cast in ‘Jailhouse Rock’ film in the role of Peggy Van Alden, but withdrew from the film by her own request ’cause she thought that her role was too small. She was later replaced by Judy Tyler. ~manoc~
Above photo is from EMI’s quality control room. As you can see, a lady, an EMI employee is testing Beatles sixth studio album, ‘Rubber Soul’, released on December 3, 1965. Pretty cool huh?
It was Friday 8th of August 1969 and it was the day when one of the most famous photographs of all time was going to be taken. The Beatles gathered at EMI Studios (3 Abbey Rd, London) on that morning in ’69 and photographer Ian Macmillan took the famous photo. Prior to the shoot,
It was ’75 and The Who were throwing a party to kick off their US Tour in Houston, Texas. The party that was held at The Houston Oaks Hotel had taken it’s theme from Who’s newest single ‘Squeeze Box’, and as you can see Keith Moon had a wonderful time.
“I know a lot of people who are simpletons, y’know? They’re very simple, they can enjoy their lives and be totally happy and secure just watching sports on television and having a beer every once in a while, so, I’ve always felt too complicated, so I envied those people. I’m not saying that I’m smarter
Sid Vicious & Nancy Spungen, Pindock Mews, Maida Vale, North London, Spring 1978.
I am currently reading Lemmy’s ‘White Line Fever’ autobiography (for which I will write a review when I’m finish reading it) and the man is simply hilarious – his book is almost, as good as uncle Ozzy’s ‘I Am Ozzy’ and I totally recommend you go buy a copy. In the paragraph about Michael Moorcock