papa's got a brand new bag.

i'd been planning on seeing this exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum for quite some time, and today felt like the perfect Saturday. so my friend and i hopped on the train and got there before 12. it was totally worth the visit, i saw some incredible photos i've never seen before and perhaps never will again. here are some of the
ones i managed to find on the interweb from the exhibit. and if you live in the area, i sincerely suggest checking it out. ps. my only disappointment? where's my Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham? what about my Grace Slick?

(Jimi Hendrix and Wilson Pickett Taken 1966).

(Johnny Cash taken back in 1969 during his San Quentin prison performance.)

(Bob Dylan taken by Barry Feinstein in 1966 in Liverpool, England).

(Bob Marley and the Band, Odeon Theatre, Birmingham, England, 1975.)

(photo of Joy Division taken by Jill Furmanovsky in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1979).

(members of The New York Dolls by the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, November 1973).

(the Ramones taken by Ian Dickson in 1977).

(photo of Madonna taken by Amy Arbus on St. Marks Place, 1983).

(original Polaroid of Madonna pre-fame at Danceteria taken by Maripol).

(Godlis' photo of Patti Smith outside CBGB in 1976).

(David Bowie, taken by Gloria Stavers in 1973).

(R.E.M at Walterʼs Bar-B-Que, Athens, Georgia 1984).

(Kurt Cobain taken by Ian Tilton at Seattle at Sports International Garage on September 22, 1990).

(Radiohead, taken by Nitin Vadukul).

(Steve Gullick's ahot of Keith Flint, the Prodigy, Atlanta, 1997).

(i fell in love with this video at the exhibit).

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