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song-and-dance-man:

A wedding song for his wife Sara Lownds, even the title is a reference to her. Thin wild mercury sound, bright and gold, as Dylan would say.

This is Dylan’s literary genius at its maximum peak, it is probably his most complex song, and yet everything fits like a perfect puzzle. Its 11 minutes do not give a single moment of boredom, and before you even realize, the final chords will be playing and slowly fading into the silence, ending one of the best albums ever, Blonde on Blonde.

Favourite lines: “With your sheets like metal and your belt like lace, and your deck of cards missing the jack and the ace. And your basement clothes and your hollow face, who among them can think he could outguess you? With your silhouette when the sunlight dims, into your eyes, where the moonlight swims. And your matchbook songs and your gypsy hymns, who among them would try to impress you? Sad-eyed lady of the lowlands. Where the sad-eyed prophet says that no man comes. My warehouse eyes, my Arabian drums, should I leave them by your gate? Or, sad-eyed lady, should I wait?”

29/31 songs that changed my world

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Untitled (New York, 1954), Photo by Roy DeCarava

Untitled (New York, 1954), Photo by Roy DeCarava

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In Venezuela, the gnomes and trolls are all green, and you’re supposed to leave a space in your bed for them. I always think about that when I go to sleep, I say, I need to leave a little space. To this day, I leave a space.
—Devendra Banhart (via 21shells)

martinmourning:

These are my favourite Hel-Looks

occultgod:

frances farmer will have her revenge on seattle - Nirvana

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poison303:

promo foto, ca. 1982-83

poison303:

promo foto, ca. 1982-83

nankliang:

An animated scene pulled out from a short story I am working on.

nankliang:

An animated scene pulled out from a short story I am working on.

discovergreatbritain:

In Westminster you’ll find the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Horse Guards Parade and fantastic night time views from Westminster Bridge. It’s a sightseer’s paradise, and it’s starred in films like Skyfall and TV programmes like Doctor Who and the title sequence of Sherlock.
See more famous landmarks here

discovergreatbritain:

In Westminster you’ll find the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Horse Guards Parade and fantastic night time views from Westminster Bridge. It’s a sightseer’s paradise, and it’s starred in films like Skyfall and TV programmes like Doctor Who and the title sequence of Sherlock.

See more famous landmarks here

my newest friend!! :-D

my newest friend!! :-D

Anonymous asks: please take some time to rest! lots of sleep always works

Yeah, I think that’s what I need more than anything. I’m taking a day off work tomorrow and it’s the weekend as well so I hope I get better after that.

Thank you for your concern :-)

When we got to North America it was extraordinary to find that everybody assumed that we were totally stoned all the time while making it up. You had to point out to people that actually you can’t write comedy when you’re stoned, you can’t find the typewriter, but a lot of people still say to this day, ‘Oh when I was a college kid, man, we’d just get a joint and watch Python and we’d laugh and laugh.’ And you think, ‘Well, actually you didn’t need Python, you could just look at the wallpaper!’ Python has always been office hours, nine to five, even writing the movies we’d do that, we never wrote late or late nights. I don’t know whether that’s an influence of John’s or whatever. But the audience, I think, were very stoned! Certainly in Canada.
—Eric Idle
Anonymous asks: hey i hope your okay!

Hello! Why thank you kindly, friend. That’s very sweet of you.

I think I’m alright, nothing severe I think. 

May you have a happy warm sunshiney day! :-)

chingizhobbes:

An Afghan man who lost nine family members in the conflict following the U.S.-led invasion in 2001 near Jalalabad. (Majeed Babar/Radio Mashaal)

chingizhobbes:

An Afghan man who lost nine family members in the conflict following the U.S.-led invasion in 2001 near Jalalabad. (Majeed Babar/Radio Mashaal)

(Source: rferl.org)