1. Peter O’Toole in What’s New Pussycat (1965)

    (Source: jacquesdemys, via pricklylegs)

  2. I hate this movie.

    (Source: thewintersoldiersbutt, via pricklylegs)

  3. nickdrake:

    Sam Cooke.

    So guapo.

    (via pricklylegs)

  4. All day, every day.

    (Source: ensalada-de-lengua-de-pajaritos, via pricklylegs)

  5. listoflifehacks:

    If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

    (via pricklylegs)

  6. stuffparty:

    Never not reblog Hark, a Vagrant!? You bet your ass.

    I think so, too.

    (via hillbillyplease)

  7. heymamad:

    Billy Preston & The Rolling Stones - Hey Negrita

    Great song, but stop trying to be multicultural, Mick.

    (via blackrockandrollmusic)


  8. "The only people up at 3 am are in love, lonely, drunk, or all three."

    (via h-albschlaf)

    That’s right, so don’t answer the phone or door or bell or anything but your common sense from that time on.

    (Source: just-an-autumn, via conflictingideas)

  9. effingvictorian:

    Billy Preston - I’m Looking Through You

    Jumping Jesus Murphy on a stick how is it possible that I’ve never heard one of my all time favorite Beatles songs by Billy!!!!??? 

    (via blackrockandrollmusic)

  10. retroreverbs:

    Go Go Light paper dresses (1967).

    Ok, so seeing this and remembering it could make me feel old, but seeing what was really out there in the 60s makes me feel eternally young. 


    Gaga, really….think twice before you say you’re an innovator.

    (Source: memorysong, via blackrockandrollmusic)


    (Source: tmbgareok)

  13. nprmusic:

    I want to start with a song, something that if I had written it 50 years before now, it would have meant something and today it’s gonna mean something and 50 years from now its gonna mean something.

    Smokey Robinson on “I Second That Emotion” in a guest DJ session on All Songs Considered

    (via blackrockandrollmusic)

  14. tmbgareok:

    Ask and ye shall receive.

  15. wnyc:

    Two New York City institutions met this week and our lives are forever changed. Ladies and gentlemen, the Muppets sing the Beastie Boys. 

    (And a few other things you had to see online this week.)