Wonderful color photos of Tibet from between 1940s and 1950s.
Arcade Fire’s Regine Chassagne on an early gig
Włodzimierz Błocki (1885-1920)
Pocałunek iś mierć (Kiss of death), 1912
"Yes, it’s chaos, clocks, and watermelons - you know, it’s - it’s everything. These people actually think I have some kind of, uh… fantastic imagination. It gets very, uh, lonesome. But traditional music is just, uh… it’s too unreal to die. It doesn’t need to be protected. You know, I mean, in that music is the only true valid death you can feel today, you know, off a record player. But like everything else in great demand, people try to own it. Has to do with, like, uh, the purity thing. I think its meaninglessness is holy. Everybody knows I’m not a folk singer."
7 Simple Rules For Life In Hiding (from Bob Dylan’s Advice for Geraldine on Her Miscellaneous Birthday) from I’m Not There.