Pessimist With A Side Of Kalopsia

Hello! My name is Sam, and I live in the U.S. I'll try to keep this as a music only blog, but I may post other stuff that interests me as well. I usually follow back, but if I don't, send me an ask. Any and all pictures posted are found through the internet. I do not claim ownership. I will make .gifs for those who request them!


Some of Kurt’s artwork 


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The last of the Ramones, Tommy, died this past weekend

Music critic Milo Miles reviewed the Ramones’ last tour in 1996. He summed up how many fans felt about the band, 

"…they were perfectly dopey, delightful, and defiant to the end…None of it—-the mosh pit, the crowd, the kissers—-would’ve been the same without the Ramones.” 

Found by library intern Kimberly Springer. Original airdate 02/22/1996. Illustration courtesy of Mike Licht, Flickr.

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“I didn’t like the look of Rory’s drummer myself. He looked the nasty one, with his little grey streak of hair. But the nastier one turned out to be Ringo, the nicest of them all. Playing without Ringo is like driving a car on three wheels.” 

"Rory Storm + the Hurricanes came out here the other week, and they are crumby. He does a bit of dancing around but it still doesn’t make up for his phoney group. The only person who is any good in the group is the drummer." (1960)

GEORGE: I like Ringo’s song [Octopus’s Garden].

WIGG: Yes, great song.

GEORGE: Because – I mean, most people say, “Oh well, it’s Ringo,” or you know, “Haha,” or something. But it’s great that Ringo should do it. You know, why shouldn’t he do it? And it’s just like a country and western tune anyway, and it’s a happy tune, and it’s all that. And I like what he’s saying about “rest our head on the sea bed” and all that. “We could be warm beneath the storm…” (1969)

"Ringo’s got the best back beat I’ve ever heard and he can play great 24-hours a day." (1974)

"George presented [Ringo] recently with a special leather bound volume which on the cover said, ‘Ringo Starr: greatest drummer on earth.’" (1985)

"It’s always hard for a drummer. It’s hard for Ringo to just knock out an album. It’s difficult enough for me and Paul. It’s not easy having been enormously famous, and, you know, having to try to…I don’t mind, personally. I don’t mind being obscure. I remember years ago Ringo saying to me he’d love to have a Number 1. And I said, what for? You are the Number 1. It doesn’t matter about the record.” (1988)

- George Harrison on Ringo Starr

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someone asked for ideas for a portrait of kurt….

everyone goes for the “unplugged ” shots….I like these.

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