thateventuality
thateventuality:


Bob Dylan and George Harrison, Woodstock, 1968
Photo: Jill Krementz

"Another attraction of the Band was their group ethic and camaraderie, something that Harrison experienced firsthand when he accepted their invitation to spend Thanksgiving 1968 with the in Woodstock. The easygoing mood was a far cry from the tensions at large during the White Album sessions. Where the guitarist would always be ‘our kid,’ the younger brother in the Beatles, with the Band he was an equal.


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thateventuality:

Bob Dylan and George Harrison, Woodstock, 1968

Photo: Jill Krementz

"Another attraction of the Band was their group ethic and camaraderie, something that Harrison experienced firsthand when he accepted their invitation to spend Thanksgiving 1968 with the in Woodstock. The easygoing mood was a far cry from the tensions at large during the White Album sessions. Where the guitarist would always be ‘our kid,’ the younger brother in the Beatles, with the Band he was an equal.

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dollyrockergirl:

I couldn’t stop looking at her, didn’t want to blink. She was wicked looking—shiny black hair that hung down over the curve of slender hips, drooping lashes, partly raised, no Raggedy Ann doll. The sight of her made me high. All that and her voice. It was a voice that drove out bad spirits. It was like she’d come down from another planet.”

Bob Dylan on Joan Baez (via ledzeppy)