17/Jordan/ Northern Ireland - Massive Stones fan as you have probably already guessed - Guitar [Gibson sg] - Blues - All Classic rock - That's it really enjoy

Studio Interview Arctic Monkeys - Suck It and See

lottereinigerforever:

"Pulp Fiction" publicity still

lottereinigerforever:

"Pulp Fiction" publicity still

“John habitually left his top shirt button undone and his tie crooked; often before they went onstage, in an almost wifely—or motherly—gesture, Paul would stand him still and do up the button for him.”

– 'John Lennon: The Life' - Phillip Norman, page 299 (via captainharrison)

There was no guidance at all on those early records. And very little need for it. What the fuck, this was the first time a band got together and just played. They changed my whole idea of recording. Before I’d just been doing sessions, 3 hours to get the tunes down. Working with the Stones made sense right away. Booked studio time for 24 hours a day for two weeks and if you didn’t get it, fuck it. The great new thing about them was they’d record a song the way they had written it. And if it didn’t work nobody thought twice about making it a tango. They tried every way possible. ― Jack Nitzsche: Working with the Stones.

Keith Richards during the filming of the video clip Waiting on a Friend in the New York East Village, the 2nd July 1981.

hot-in-the-shade:

John Paul Jones, Robert Plant & Jimmy Page (Nassau Coliseum, June 14, 1972)

hot-in-the-shade:

John Paul Jones, Robert Plant & Jimmy Page (Nassau Coliseum, June 14, 1972)

lettingtheledout:

Pete Townshend and Jimmy Page, the Godfathers of guitar showmanship.