Christopher Matthews; Strawberry Fields Forever.

I'm Christopher, i'm from Liverpool and i mainly blog The Beatles & The Doors related things.
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The Enemy

—We'll Live and Die in These Towns

under-no-illusions:

Song of the Day:

The Enemy - We’ll Live and Die in These Towns

"Your life’s slipping and sliding out of view; and there’s absolutely nothing that you can do, well…"

Fuckin hell I haven’t heard this for years, great song.

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saggykneeskin:

illkim:

I’ve been laughing at this for 3 days

I’ve been laughing at this for months

(via davys-eyebrows)

hardrock:

JOHN LENNON’S RUBBER SOUL JACKETThis is the one. Our greatest piece of Beatles wardrobe. This is the brown suede jacket John Lennon wore on the cover of Rubber Soul. Combine this jacket with a black turtleneck and you’ll look like a former mop-top who’s just beginning to realize his own creative genius – just like John in ’65. Unlike so many of the D.A. Millings matching suits the Beatles wore, this jacket was not part of any band “uniform”. In many ways, it represents John’s boredom with the machinery of the Beatles’s image. By ’65, he just wanted to look cool and be comfortable. This jacket fit the bill nicely. It’s one of the most treasured pieces in our collection.

hardrock:

JOHN LENNON’S RUBBER SOUL JACKET
This is the one. Our greatest piece of Beatles wardrobe. This is the brown suede jacket John Lennon wore on the cover of Rubber Soul. Combine this jacket with a black turtleneck and you’ll look like a former mop-top who’s just beginning to realize his own creative genius – just like John in ’65. Unlike so many of the D.A. Millings matching suits the Beatles wore, this jacket was not part of any band “uniform”. In many ways, it represents John’s boredom with the machinery of the Beatles’s image. By ’65, he just wanted to look cool and be comfortable. This jacket fit the bill nicely. It’s one of the most treasured pieces in our collection.

(via groovy60s)