these are so stupid i’m sorry
but the kiełbasa
The Doors, 1968 ( Interview before photo shoot, x)
oh my god jim
People shouldn’t be shamed for what they eat
Wanna eat meat? That’s okay
Wanna not eat meat? That’s okay
Wanna not eat anything the comes from animals at all? That’s okay
People shouldn’t be ashamed of what they eat, unless it’s people. Don’t eat people.
Everything in this room is edible, even me. But that is called canibalism and is frowned upon in most societies.
EVAN PETERS IS GONNA BE QUICKSILVER IN ‘DOFP’.
EVAN PETERS IS AN X-MEN.
AND MAYBE AN AVENGER?????!!!?!>@?>E>@?>????
I AM CRYING IN MY HEAD.
I AM EIGHT KINDS OF NOT OKAY RIGHT NOW.
DON’T TOUCH ME.
Plot twist: There is no third Hobbit movie. They cram the entire rest of the book into Desolation of Smaug, and they don’t tell anyone about it. So you sit in the theater for six hours, completely unprepared as the film just keeps going.
John Paul Jones~ Style
Organ was originally my favourite love,” he said, adding wryly, “but for session playing, I found it much easier to carry a bass guitar to work than a Hammond organ. So there I was living with all I had—a guitar, a Hammond organ, and a table and bed in my room in London.
“As a bass player, I wasn’t influenced by a lot of people because it was only in the mid- to late-1960s that you could even hear the bass properly on records. I had a number of obvious jazz influences—most of the good jazz bass player influenced me in one way or another…Charlie Mingus, Ray Brown, Scott LeFaro. I even got into jazz organ for a while until I couldn’t stand the musicians any more and I had to get back to rock and roll.”
“I’ve got to own up. The first record that really turned me on to rock bass guitar was “You Can’t Sit Down” by Phil Upchurch which has an incredible bass solo and was a really good record as well. It was very simple musically but the record had an incredible amount of balls.”
John Paul arranged the outstanding single “She’s a Rainbow” for the Rolling Stones and also worked on several tracks on the Their Satanic Majesties Request album. :)
Sources: Yorke, Ritchie. Led Zeppelin: The Definitive Biography. Novato, California: Underwood-Miller, 1993.