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Shenanigans from 1964 💚✨😝
Sharon Tate, photographed at the London premiere of ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ on January 24th, 1969.
Honestly I’m so lazy with updating new posts and I don’t know why 🤷🏻♀️ But at least I’m trying to be active 🙃
And many of the people I know are stressed rn because of school and stuff but I’m not. I kinda like to keep my life as stressfree as possible and I truly hope everyone will have a wonderful Christmastime (😄) without any stress!
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Elizabeth Montgomery on the set of Bewitched, 1960’s.
In an interview with The Advocate, Montgomery commented on the show’s resonance within queer communities:
We talked about it on the set that this was about people not being allowed to be what they really are. If you think about it, Bewitched is about repression in general and all the frustration and trouble it can cause. It was a neat message to get across to people at that time in a subtle way.
THE BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
(Elektra EKL 294) Original 1965 US 🇺🇸 Mono
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band is the self titled debut album by The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Released in October 1965.
Review from Endless Trip
The first Butterfield Blues Band album was groundbreaking, turning white Americans on to the blues the same way John Mayall did in the UK. By now, we’ve all heard songs like ‘Shake Your Moneymaker’ and ‘I’ve Got My Mojo Workin’ done by a hundred different artists, but in late 1965 they were still fresh and mysterious. The combination of Butterfield’s harmonica and Mike Bloomfield’s guitar is monstrous. This isn’t hard rock, but it’s a clear launching point for it, especially when Bloomfield cuts loose. Only three songs (two of them instrumentals) are originals, and there’s none of the kind of stylistic innovation they’d show on the title track of the following album, but there is variety, and all of it is lively and spirited enough to turn predictable material into a fresh listening experience. The rest of the decade would be full of white guys trying to play the blues, most of them (clumsily) turning it into some form of heavy metal, but few would come within a mile of this.
Review written by Aaron Milenski
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