The good stuff

Bridgitte Bardot on set in Spain.

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#Bridget Bardot  #bridgitte bardot  #bb 
Original 60’s supermodel Jean Shrimpton

Original 60’s supermodel Jean Shrimpton

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#Jean Shrimpton  #1960's  #supermodel 
Mick Jagger invents the Emo style.

Mick Jagger invents the Emo style.

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#Mick Jagger  #Rolling Stones 
Beatles captured by Terry O’Neil on July 1, 1963

Beatles captured by Terry O’Neil on July 1, 1963

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#Beatles  #The Beatles 
Bob Dylan in front of the Mayflower 2 in Plymouth, MA during the Rolling Thunder Revue Tour in the fall of 75’

Bob Dylan in front of the Mayflower 2 in Plymouth, MA during the Rolling Thunder Revue Tour in the fall of 75’

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#Bob Dylan 
The Stones performing on stage at the El Mocambo Tavern in Canada in March 1977.

The Stones performing on stage at the El Mocambo Tavern in Canada in March 1977.

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#Rolling Stones 
Keith in a field in 1977!

Keith in a field in 1977!

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#Keith Richards  #Rolling Stones 
Ken Regan with the Rolling Stones taking selfies!

Ken Regan with the Rolling Stones taking selfies!

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#Rolling Stones 
Keith Richards, Montauk, NY, 1975
Keith cooking in the kitchen of Andy Warhol’s Montauk home where the Rolling Stones were rehearsing for their 1975 Tour of the Americas.

Keith Richards, Montauk, NY, 1975

Keith cooking in the kitchen of Andy Warhol’s Montauk home where the Rolling Stones were rehearsing for their 1975 Tour of the Americas.

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#Keith Richards  #Rolling Stones 
Bob Dylan, NYC, 1965
1965 was same year that inventor Leo Fender — who’d revolutionized the way the world heard and played popular music with his groundbreaking electric guitar and amplifier designs in the 1940s and 1950s — sold his world-famous instrument company to CBS. It was also the year that Bob Dylan would pick up a solid-body Fender guitar and send shock-waves through pop culture with his own newly-electrified sound. In December 1965, Dylan, his sunglasses resting atop a Fender Band Master amp, ran through some runs on a well-worn Fender bass guitar for a Don Hunstein photo-shoot at the Columbia Recording Studios.

Bob Dylan, NYC, 1965

1965 was same year that inventor Leo Fender — who’d revolutionized the way the world heard and played popular music with his groundbreaking electric guitar and amplifier designs in the 1940s and 1950s — sold his world-famous instrument company to CBS. It was also the year that Bob Dylan would pick up a solid-body Fender guitar and send shock-waves through pop culture with his own newly-electrified sound. In December 1965, Dylan, his sunglasses resting atop a Fender Band Master amp, ran through some runs on a well-worn Fender bass guitar for a Don Hunstein photo-shoot at the Columbia Recording Studios.

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#Bob Dylan