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museumnerd:

I have one of these!

therealjimricks:

1960’s Postcard of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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post local film fest looks

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Jack Nicholson and Ann-Margret in Tommy (1975)

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wandrlust:

Swink Advertising Agency, Marion, Ohio, 1980 — Don Hisaka

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thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

Sloppy lo-fi demo I found on an old hard drive. It don’t go nowhere so don’t expect nothing. Love don’t go nowhere so don’t expect nothing. Quadruple negative, yo. Stay Positive.

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languagethatiuse:

The Supremes with fellow Motown artists The Temptations in London, 1964. 

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1950sunlimited:

Senior Prom at Anacosta High School, 1953

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I’ve been listening to Karen O’s crush songs all day and my little heart hurts

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Nina Simone, 1969 (via)

"What kept me sane was knowing that things would change, and it was a question of keeping myself together until they did." 

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"Why is this taking so long it’s hot as hell"

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All the songs sound better when you’re next to me. x

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i need to find a sushi place that delivers

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Ooo


Karen O
Crush Songs
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kabinessence:

Karen O // Ooo

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Another Spring


Nina Simone
Nina Simone And Piano!
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nefertiti:

Another Spring | Nina Simone

Interviewer: Would you rather be remembered for ‘My Baby Just Cares For Me’ or…       Simone: I’d rather be remembered for ‘Nina Simone and Piano!’. - March 1999 (x)

The album held not only special significance for her, but for composer Angelo Badalamenti (best known for his Twin Peaks score), whose first career triumphs were the songs he wrote for Nina Simone - among them “Another Spring”.

He reportedly stopped by her office unannounced and asked if she would record his songs “I Hold No Grudge” and “He Ain’t Comin’ Home No More” by singing them for her a capella. She said yes on the spot. (x)

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