post-punker:

John Cale and Lou Reed of The Velvet Undeground, 5th Avenue, New York City, 1968, by Joel Meyerowitz

via nowyorkcity

post-punker:

John Cale and Lou Reed of The Velvet Undeground, 5th Avenue, New York City, 1968, by Joel Meyerowitz

via nowyorkcity

thegoodswede:

…yes more from the archives…

These photos is from a Swedish magazine called Poster (it came out between 1974 to 1980 and this one is from 1980) that mainly focused on, well posters, large color posters of the most popular artist at the time. 

This is from a special edition that focused solely on The Clash, a bit surprising, Poster mostly focused on the most popular and commercial artist like ABBA, Kiss, Boney M, Queen etc. Most of the photos are Bob Gruens’ well known photos but there are a couple of photos that I think was taken backstage when they played Sweden in 1980 of Mick, Paul and Topper (the newspaper stuck under Mick’s arm looks like a Swedish paper). 
m00ndingochan:

rimbaudwasademonchild:

Velvet Underground: Maureen Tucker photographed by Gijsbert Hanekroot.

a killer shot!

m00ndingochan:

rimbaudwasademonchild:

Velvet Underground: Maureen Tucker photographed by Gijsbert Hanekroot.

a killer shot!

The Girl in the Dirty Shirt
Oasis

"If I may be so bold could I just say something

Come and make me my day”


The Clash, 1977

The Clash, 1977

Noel Gallagher as a roadie for the Inspiral Carpets, late 80’s

Noel Gallagher as a roadie for the Inspiral Carpets, late 80’s