Franc Roddam director/ mod movie / The Who
"I don’t wanna be the same as everyone else. That’s why I’m a Mod, see?"
I like the melancholia in this movie. And i luv Brighton.
this is not a perfect movie about rock, but it’s perfect for me.
"We are the mods ! We are the mods !"
Sam Cooke, prince of Soul.
"Bring it on home to me" Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963.
You have to listen this one: this is SOUL, man. Sam Cooke sends chills down my spine…
I remember this song opening ALI from Michael Mann, David Elliott was singing in place of Sam Cooke. Not a Will Smith’s fan, but he was Ali…
I finished the book "Just Kids", from Patti Smith, about her story with Robert Mapplethorpe.
This is the Legend, but this is also naive and romantic. I like the candor of these souvenirs. But this is the New York i would like to live.
in the 90s, Spiral Tribe. Sound system travellers in the UK, having fun in Europe with free festivals, free party. Wearing hoodie and baggy jean. Techno hardcore. Days and days.
Same old same old.
Just saw the last Jacques Audiard's movie Rust & Bone (De rouille et d’os).
The soundtrack will feature both original scores composed by Alexandre Desplat, but also a few songle performed by various artist including John Cooper Clarke’s “Evidently Chickentown”.
Matthias Schoenaerts is just amazing in this movie. I just have to watch "Bullhead".
Exposition au Point Éphémère proposée par Pierre Mikaïloff à l’occasion de la sortie de son ouvrage Kick out the jams, motherfuckers !, punk rock 1969-1978 aux Editions Camion Blanc
Photographies de Alain Dister, Pierre Terrasson, Eric Debris, Caroline Grosos, Maurice Wagener et Dorian Rollin.
et aussi : débat mardi 22 mai à 19h : Punk rock – 35 ans de No Future – musique, art et contexte social – New York, Paris, Londres
En partenariat avec la revue Volume!
Richard Hell was punk. Television was punk.
Sex Pistols’s Malcolm McLaren were inspired by Television.
(Source : obsidianmonolith)
Ginsberg, Dylan, McClure, Robertson.
Paris, Mai 1968. Jean-Luc Godard.