Have you ever been to any free educational institution? Most of the netas today in the cabinet are from 70s era students politics. All the heroes of our freedom struggle were from academic institution. Read some real history book man.
“Robert, you know, even in those days, at eighteen or nineteen years old, people were just taken back. He’d walk into a party, and all the women would just be standing there, going, “Ahh.” They were always really taken with Robert, even my wife! All the girls were just fascinated, and the guys were, too, in a different sort of way.” Paul Lockey
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Punks and post-punks like John Lydon and Morrissey were far-left in the 70s and 80s but are Brexit supporters now. Morrissey is basically the rock-royalty version of Katie Hopkins, even after being a proto-"SJW" at his peak.
The Devil and Daniel Mouse - Completed - Finally https://youtu.be/WHZTC1ljA84 via @YouTube I was just a kid when this aired. Wicked '70s cartoon based on The Devil and Daniel Webster. I love the Mick Jagger jumpsuit. Shades of "Jumpin' Jack Flash"!
"If you don't know me by now." This is #3 in my series of illustrations called Lady Dujour. Inspired by music that I grew up on.
This one is inspired by "If you don't know me by now.' I was just a little boy when I heard this song for the 1st time. It was sung by Simply Red (1989). Also known for songs like "Holding back the years." And "Stars." These were songs that you often heard on the radio at the time. At least, that is my oldest memory.
When I started dancing professionally around the year 2000 (in street dance), I started to study soul music. It was then when I found out that "If you don't know me by now" was first sung by a soul music group called Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, in 1972. With the legendary Teddy Pendergrass as its lead singer, of which I'm a big fan. It was also then when I discovered that a lot of "modern" music, which we now listen to, was inspired by music from the 70's and earlier.
This song is 1 of my favorites. And not because it is the ultimate break-up song. Because I think it is, if you ask me. But because these singers were able to bring to life a feeling that everyone knows. In such a passionate, soulful way. Simply Red could do it very well. But no one else can do it just like Teddy Pendergrass from Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes. •
I sat on this exact tree branch in 2016, 50 years after this photo🌈 The Beatles photographed in Chiswick Gardens in London in May 1966, as part of the making of the video for Rain. Paperback writer was also filmed here on the same day.🕊