TheCoudedMinded
kat-ruffin:

Martha and The Vandellas, 1960s

kat-ruffin:

Martha and The Vandellas, 1960s

dianaross:

Diana with Elton John and Cher at The Rock Music Awards, 1975

dianaross:

Diana with Elton John and Cher at The Rock Music Awards, 1975

candicesbergen:

 Monterey Pop Festival 

Setlist for June 18, 1967 - Sunday

Blues Project
Flute Thing [x]
Wake Me, Shake Me  [x]
Big Brother and the Holding Company
Combination of the Two [x]
Ball ‘n’ Chain [x]
Buffalo SpringfieldFor What It’s Worth  [x]
Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing [Audio only]
Rock and Roll Woman [Studio recording]
Bluebird [Audio only]
A Child’s Claim to Fame [Studio recording]
Pretty Girl Why [Studio recording]
The Who
Substitute [x]
Summertime Blues [x]
Pictures of Lily [x]
A Quick One, While He’s Away [x]
Happy Jack [Audio only]
My Generation [x]
Grateful Dead
Viola Lee Blues [x]
Cold Rain and Snow [Audio only]
Alligator/Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) [Studio recording]
The Jimi Hendrix ExperienceKilling Floor [x]
Foxy Lady [x]
Like a Rolling Stone [x]
Rock Me Baby [x]
Hey Joe [x]
Can You See Me [x]
The Wind Cries Mary [x]
Purple Haze [x]
Wild Thing [x]
The Mamas & the Papas
Straight Shooter [x]
Spanish Harlem [Audio only]
Somebody Groovy [x]
Got a Feelin’ [x]
California Dreamin’ [x]
I Call Your Name [x]
Monday, Monday [x]
Scott McKenzie 
San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair) [x]
The Mamas & the Papas
Dancing in the Street [x]


I haven’t read “Papa John” in awhile but I believe Phillips wanted Diana Ross & The Supremes to perform, then actually wanted an entire night for Motown artists to perform. Unfortunately Mr. Gordy threw his nose up in the air at this, I believe.

candicesbergen:

 Monterey Pop Festival

Setlist for June 18, 1967 - Sunday

Blues Project

  1. Flute Thing [x]
  2. Wake Me, Shake Me  [x]

Big Brother and the Holding Company

  1. Combination of the Two [x]
  2. Ball ‘n’ Chain [x]
Buffalo Springfield
  1. For What It’s Worth  [x]
  2. Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing [Audio only]
  3. Rock and Roll Woman [Studio recording]
  4. Bluebird [Audio only]
  5. A Child’s Claim to Fame [Studio recording]
  6. Pretty Girl Why [Studio recording]

The Who

  1. Substitute [x]
  2. Summertime Blues [x]
  3. Pictures of Lily [x]
  4. A Quick One, While He’s Away [x]
  5. Happy Jack [Audio only]
  6. My Generation [x]

Grateful Dead

  1. Viola Lee Blues [x]
  2. Cold Rain and Snow [Audio only]
  3. Alligator/Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) [Studio recording]
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  1. Killing Floor [x]
  2. Foxy Lady [x]
  3. Like a Rolling Stone [x]
  4. Rock Me Baby [x]
  5. Hey Joe [x]
  6. Can You See Me [x]
  7. The Wind Cries Mary [x]
  8. Purple Haze [x]
  9. Wild Thing [x]

The Mamas & the Papas

  1. Straight Shooter [x]
  2. Spanish Harlem [Audio only]
  3. Somebody Groovy [x]
  4. Got a Feelin’ [x]
  5. California Dreamin’ [x]
  6. I Call Your Name [x]
  7. Monday, Monday [x]

Scott McKenzie 

  1. San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair) [x]

The Mamas & the Papas

  1. Dancing in the Street [x]

I haven’t read “Papa John” in awhile but I believe Phillips wanted Diana Ross & The Supremes to perform, then actually wanted an entire night for Motown artists to perform. Unfortunately Mr. Gordy threw his nose up in the air at this, I believe.

suppdel:

do you ever just crave someone’s presence? like you would literally be happy just sitting next to them. it could be completely silent and it would just be magical to be there with them.

weirdvintage:

Alfred Hitchcock eating a pretzel at the premiere of Psycho, 1960 (via This is Not Porn)

weirdvintage:

Alfred Hitchcock eating a pretzel at the premiere of Psycho, 1960 (via This is Not Porn)