suicidewatch:

Link Wray, 1978

suicidewatch:

Link Wray, 1978

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wardkimball:

69. Martian musicians from Mars and Beyond.

wardkimball:

69. Martian musicians from Mars and Beyond.

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guitarslob:

Jimi Hendrix received an honorable discharge from the US Army. Over the next 3 years, he would play numerous gigs and studio sessions with such R&B stars as Little Richard, The Isley Brothers, Ike & Tina Turner and Sam Cooke. Prior to his discharge, Hendrix was written up for poor performance, with the following quote: “Pvt. Hendrix plays a musical instrument during his off duty hours, or so he says. This is one of his faults, because his mind apparently cannot function while performing duties and thinking about his guitar.”

guitarslob:

Jimi Hendrix received an honorable discharge from the US Army. Over the next 3 years, he would play numerous gigs and studio sessions with such R&B stars as Little Richard, The Isley Brothers, Ike & Tina Turner and Sam Cooke.

Prior to his discharge, Hendrix was written up for poor performance, with the following quote: “Pvt. Hendrix plays a musical instrument during his off duty hours, or so he says. This is one of his faults, because his mind apparently cannot function while performing duties and thinking about his guitar.”

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girlsgonevinyl:

EMI quality control room, 1965

girlsgonevinyl:

EMI quality control room, 1965

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thebeatlesordie:

Happy Anniversary to one of the best albums ever. Released August 5, 1966.

thebeatlesordie:

Happy Anniversary to one of the best albums ever. Released August 5, 1966.

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True, Fine Mama by Little Richard
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whatevelyn:

True, Fine Mama by Little Richard

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mickjaggersgroupie:

housewife mick jagger ironing with sunglasses

mickjaggersgroupie:

housewife mick jagger ironing with sunglasses

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70sbestblackalbums:

Muscle Shoals is known for recording many hit songs from the 1960s to today at two studios: FAME Studios, founded by Rick Hall, where Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding and numerous others recorded; and Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, founded by the musicians known as The Swampers, which developed work for Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, the Rolling Stones and countless others. While the music from the area is often referred to as the “Muscle Shoals Sound”, all four of the Quad Cities have significantly contributed to the area’s musical history.

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