Real Invention & Popularization of Blue Jeans?

"…if I didn’t love you, if my heart was anywhere but with you, I couldn’t trust you’d ask for this, NEED what I must vent.  Challenge me even further with soft, coy whimpers, bleating, ‘yes’, when I ask if you enjoy your humiliation.
We are perfectly “us”. We are beautiful.”

"…if I didn’t love you, if my heart was anywhere but with you, I couldn’t trust you’d ask for this, NEED what I must vent.  Challenge me even further with soft, coy whimpers, bleating, ‘yes’, when I ask if you enjoy your humiliation.

We are perfectly “us”. We are beautiful.”

"…I’m gonna r-i-p you the fuck APART tonight…do you need that…?”
"… yessssss…uunnnggghh…"

"…I’m gonna r-i-p you the fuck APART tonight…do you need that…?”

"… yessssss…uunnnggghh…"

"…drink each drop…that’s right, milk me...eat it all you whore…c’mon”

"…drink each drop…that’s right, milk me...eat it all you whore…c’mon

"…Can you feel this DEEP inside you my bitch…?”
"…y-e-ssssss…OH GOD…Ye-s-s-s-s-s-s-s…”

"…Can you feel this DEEP inside you my bitch…?”

"…y-e-ssssss…OH GODYe-s-s-s-s-s-s-s…”

"…ooooo, fuck, you feel soooo smooth…so good…”.

"…ooooo, fuck, you feel soooo smooth…so good…”.

Two of the greatest front-men in rock n’ roll history join forces for something that feels like a Super Bowl commercial gone terribly wrong, only they never actually mention the product and none of the green-screening special effects are done so it’s just the two of them on an empty street:
There’s no shortage of inexplicable moments…but what exactly is Bowie doing in this shot? Two of the greatest front-men in rock n’ roll history join forces for something that feels like a Super Bowl commercial gone terribly wrong, only they never actually mention the product and none of the green-screening special effects are done so it’s just the two of them on an empty street:
There’s no shortage of inexplicable moments…but what exactly is Bowie doing in this shot?

Two of the greatest front-men in rock n’ roll history join forces for something that feels like a Super Bowl commercial gone terribly wrong, only they never actually mention the product and none of the green-screening special effects are done so it’s just the two of them on an empty street:

There’s no shortage of inexplicable moments…but what exactly is Bowie doing in this shot?

A firm fixture in the small canon of notoriously crapped-on Beatles songs alongside “Revolution 9” and to a lesser extent “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)”, but whereas “Revolution” seems like throwaway filler nothingness, “Wild Honey Pie” sounds like it’s specifically written to piss you off. I’ll let YOU be the judge of that.

St. Vincent - Bill Murray Sings Bob Dylan - The Weinstein Company

chemical love addiction

love is complicated
there is a delicate balance
which yields mad love

and we often feel this complexity
before we the know the other
very well.

it’s bits of dreams and lines from
a poem, a song; it’s sexual and emotional
and words kindle the fire

it no longer stuns me when love
changes, when the fire dims, or goes out
there is just enough fear to hold two
when the magik is flat…but they linger
and linger…until someone tells the truth

Joshua