Little Mick and Keith in the studies, 1969.
© Photographed by Chris Walters.
Anti-Beatles pamphlet, 1965 (via Dangerous Minds)
40 Years Ago Today…
On September 14, 1974, folk rock quartet Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young performed at Wembley Stadium in London. One of the latter stops on this legendary tour, the three hour show consisted of three sets, and featured songs from their 1970 album, as well as solo material from each band member. Joni Mitchell and baby Chris Stills also made guest appearances.
Keith Richards and Bill Wyman, circa 1970
“In retrospect, Blind Faith was cursed almost from the outset. This was a band whose members rarely seemed to tell each other anything. A band at loggerheads with its management. A management at loggerheads with itself. A heroin addicted drummer. A guitarist who wanted out almost from the word go. A stadium tour that the keyboard player didn’t want to be on. A record cover scandal. Worst of all, though, they were mind-numbingly successful when they didn’t want to be.”
Love this band!
We are stardust, we are golden, we are billion year old carbon,
And we got to get ourselves back to the garden.”— Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young-...
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