What an illustration of the Law of Unintended Consequences. Toss the dude out of your house and two years later he goes iconic, and four years after he becomes a superstar he dies and becomes legendary.
art by Joey Feldman by Kyle K. Mann ”The Avalon was one stoned gig… the crowd was more out of it than usual, more receptive to our surreal imagery. The psychedelized crowd wanted head music — they wanted to be transported. Their vibes encouraged experimentation. Jim was really coming into […]
By LARRY ROHTER DEC. 19, 2014, N.Y. Times After disembarking from a Los Angeles to London flight in February 1969, the recording engineer and producer Glyn Johns went straight to a studio to work with the Beatles on the album that became “Abbey Road.” That was followed by an all-night […]
By: Maven Cade Leary Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction, and is not intended to encourage or condone the violation of applicable law. Part One: Arrive Early, Exercise Restraint, and Get Some Sleep As soon as we left the city, the temperature dropped by at least ten degrees Celsius. I […]