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#beatles

andrewromano:

George Harrison and Bob Dylan playing tennis on the Isle of Wight in 1969. Good morning. 

(via jstn)

(via jstn)

Beatle boots, taken from this set of previously unseen Beatle photos. (via Subtraction)

Beatle boots, taken from this set of previously unseen Beatle photos. (via Subtraction)

(via waxandmilk)

(via waxandmilk)

(via waxandmilk)

(via waxandmilk)

FYI, I really love The Beatles. Bought the remastered White Album and Abbey Road today, and absolutely can’t wait to listen to both of them on headphones on the way to work tomorrow. I’m gonna reblog some album art now! (via waxandmilk)

FYI, I really love The Beatles. Bought the remastered White Album and Abbey Road today, and absolutely can’t wait to listen to both of them on headphones on the way to work tomorrow. I’m gonna reblog some album art now! (via waxandmilk)

Beatles Illustrated Lyrics 09 (via Prof. Michael Stoll)

Beatles Illustrated Lyrics 09 (via Prof. Michael Stoll)

Beatles Illustrated Lyrics 06 (via Prof. Michael Stoll)

Beatles Illustrated Lyrics 06 (via Prof. Michael Stoll)

The Session - Experimental Jetset
Regarding the LSD theme: it’s interesting that we actually don’t use drugs at all (apart from very modest amounts of nicotine and alcohol). In fact, Danny, being completely straight edge, doesn’t even smoke or drink, and never has. But despite being drugs-free, all three of us are quite obsessed with the aesthetic language of Sixties psychedelia. In a lot of our work we try to situate the psychedelic experience in a modernist context, an attempt that some might see as paradoxical, but we think it is far from that. It all boils down to this Marxist notion of ‘the liberation of senses’ (or, in Marx’ exact words, “the complete emancipation of all human senses and qualities”). It is there where psychedelia and modernism meet.
Interesting.  (Continuing on with our Beatles theme.)

The Session - Experimental Jetset

Regarding the LSD theme: it’s interesting that we actually don’t use drugs at all (apart from very modest amounts of nicotine and alcohol). In fact, Danny, being completely straight edge, doesn’t even smoke or drink, and never has. But despite being drugs-free, all three of us are quite obsessed with the aesthetic language of Sixties psychedelia. In a lot of our work we try to situate the psychedelic experience in a modernist context, an attempt that some might see as paradoxical, but we think it is far from that. It all boils down to this Marxist notion of ‘the liberation of senses’ (or, in Marx’ exact words, “the complete emancipation of all human senses and qualities”). It is there where psychedelia and modernism meet.

Interesting. (Continuing on with our Beatles theme.)

John Paul Ringo George - Experimental Jetset Continuing with our ampersand theme.

John Paul Ringo George - Experimental Jetset Continuing with our ampersand theme.