The ending of The Beatles was probably filled with so much tension, like pulling a rubberband to capacity, before letting it fly. I feel like Ringo was the most chill and had lead in his stomach entering the studio. What an energy. One thing about John Lennon, he gonna be mercurial af. I wonder why he was throwing shade at Paul McCartney that day? Via: Beatles Radio & Andy Warhol Diaries
Two iconic couples. Two matching haircuts. Which one would you and your boo do, mullets or buzzcuts? Via: McEastman & Ron Howard Getty Images
The quiet one. The spiritual one. My favorite one, I just loved his aesthetic the most (please don’t hate me Paul and Ringo). He never stopped writing, despite the lyrical genius of John and Paul, finally earning some credit with Here Comes The Sun, Taxman and As My Guitar Gently Weeps. I can feel the tension in that group, can you imagine presenting a song and having it rejected? He just kept going. What’s your favorite song? Via: 60s N Stuff
The coolest of the Swinging Sixties It girls by far. “Hot, hot, hot. Smart, smart, smart.” This is how John Lennon described the effortlessly cool, aloof Penelope Tree. Once the girlfriend of photographer David Bailey, she got her start after being photographed at one of Truman Capote’s infamous soirées. Absolutely striking, with large, round, doe eyes and chiseled rosy cheeks, there is no face like hers. When I first saw her I was enthralled by how odd looking she was, like a tribal, sage alien from a jungle on some far away planet. A fucking icon. Which Tree is your favorite? Photos: David Bailey, Richard Avedon & Clive Arrowsmith.
Pick three roommates.
Which weekend warrior would you hang out with? I’ll take the Jagger’s for one million please. The Lennon’s would be too political for my Saturday shenanigans. Photos: Andy Warhol