Saturday, January 13, 2007

courtesy of robert altman

A few photographs I'm enjoying right now, mostly by Robert Altman
I love this picture. It's of PP Arnold, who I've never heard of, but she looks cool.


The always-lovely Marianne Faithfull. I just finished her autobiography, so I'm pretty into her right now.

John B. Sebastian, Graham Nash, Joni Mitchell, David Crosby and Stephen Stills


Iggy Pop..he looks a little like Anthony Kiedis here, I think.

Beautiful Miss Anita Pallenberg.

10 comments:

mareGa said...

Marianne Faithfull looks great, Iggy Pop indeed looks like Kiedis and Anita Pallenberg is impossible gorgeous...

Of course girl!

Gort said...

hiya -- cool blog.
I loved your post on concerts-- I saw arlo guthrie a few monthes ago and it was amazing. He's even better live.

You can get anything you want
At Alices Restaurant

coco said...

wow i love the Marianne Faithfull picture. you cant get enough of looking at it.

Crazy Eddie said...

Iggy really does resemble Kiedis... eerie really.

Nice selection of pics there honey; very appealing to the eye. Call me silly but who the heck is Anita Pallenberg? School me darling...

I'll let you into my crazy little world if you welcome me into yours.

Besos

Sunniva said...

Marianne Faithfull = <3<3<3

Iggy Pop really does look like Anthony Kiedis..never seen that before, but now that you metion it, I really can see the resemblance ;p

maya said...

Marianne Faithful looks beautiful as always. i've been considering reading her autobiography. what's it like?

Sarah said...

great pictures, i loved them. grat post.

-sarah

psychadelic Oblivion said...

i must say i love the first one, hthe rest are dull in my opinion....srry my dear.
how do you put pics on ur blog?

Gina said...

I love Robert Altman too, I have a book of his photos.

PP Arnold is kind of bouncy early sicties i think she did a song 'Angel of the Morning'? But dont quote me on that I could be pretty wrong!
xx

Julie said...

P P Arnold was a backup singer for Ike and Tina Turner who moved to England in the 60's and had a good career/huge following there. The image here looks very similar to the cover of her second album "Kafunta". You've heard her songs, just probably didn't know it was her. She does a killer version of "The First Cut is the Deepest"