#1977 Tumblr posts

  • awesomecarmods
    19.06.2021 - 2 hours ago

    1977 Porsche 911 with a Tesla Model S battery pack, an RWB body kit (signed by Nakai-San himself), and a beautiful SH article for it (the article is f***ing amazing, it’s in the comments) [ https://www.reddit.com/gallery/o3a9rw ]

    #AwesomeCarMods#Awesome CarMods #Awesome Car Mods #car mods #1977 Porsche 911 with a Tesla Model S batt
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  • hewwoo
    19.06.2021 - 4 hours ago

    top 10 best babies of all time

    eraserhead baby

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  • nostalgia-eh52
    19.06.2021 - 6 hours ago

    1977 Benson & Hedges 100′s Advertisement

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  • all-action-all-picture
    19.06.2021 - 7 hours ago

    Nova No. 7. Cover dated March 1977.

    Cover by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. Interior art by Sal Buscema and Frank Giacoia.

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  • horrorlad
    19.06.2021 - 7 hours ago

    I'm watching House (1977) for the first time and I love that this dude just tells his daughter "this lady you just met us going to be your mom now" omg.

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  • nostalgia-eh52
    19.06.2021 - 8 hours ago

    1977 AMC Gremlin Advertisement

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  • nostalgia-eh52
    19.06.2021 - 9 hours ago

    1977 February NME Magazine: Pink Floyd Animals

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  • sarwah
    18.06.2021 - 12 hours ago


    #cher #the cher show #1970s#70s#1977#60s
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  • graceandfamily
    18.06.2021 - 13 hours ago
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  • chaotichedonist
    18.06.2021 - 14 hours ago

    Brian May of Queen performs Live at the Forum on March 3, 1977 in Inglewood California

    By Jeffrey Mayer

    #queen band#queen#brian may #BRIAN FUCKING MAY #a day at the races #a day at the races tour #queen on tour #queen in america #1977#jeffrey mayer #LOOK AT THIS MAN #these legs are infinite
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  • skowhegan
    18.06.2021 - 15 hours ago

    Jennifer Bartlett (F ‘77) Jennifer Bartlett Paula Cooper Gallery 524 W 26th Street, New York, NY 10001  May 05 – June 25

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  • guyboulianne
    18.06.2021 - 16 hours ago

    « Conspiration : entre l’ombre et la lumière » — Comme pour la première fois, André Fontaine sera transformé en homme invisible ...

    « Conspiration : entre l’ombre et la lumière » — Comme pour la première fois, André Fontaine sera transformé en homme invisible …

    Ce matin, j’ai reçu un courriel du journaliste indépendant Marc Huber me faisant part qu’il vient de publier un  article sur le site internet Vigile Québec, intitulé « Nous finançons la haine, le mépris, la division et la refonte de notre histoire. C’est le nerf des propagandes des régimes totalitaires. » Ce dernier a inclus dans son excellent article un très long passage concernant André…

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  • obscureoperations
    18.06.2021 - 16 hours ago

    Off today and doing laundry 🧺 Ask me stuff lads! 🤙

    #any thots? #martin(1977)#bored
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  • elrefugiodelabuenamusica
    18.06.2021 - 16 hours ago

    We're All Alone (1977)

    Artista: Rita Coolidge (Estados Unidos)

    Álbum: Anytime... Anywhere

    Año: 1977

    Género: Rock

    Compositores: Boz Scaggs 

    Sello: A&M Records


    Outside the rain begins and it may never end So cry no more on the shore a dream Will take us out to sea Forever more forever more Close your eyes and dream And you can be with me 'Neath the waves through the caves of hours Long forgotten now We're all alone we're all alone Close the window calm the light And it will be alright No need to bother now Let it out let it all begin Learn how to pretend Once a story's told It can't help but grow old Roses do lovers too So cast your seasons to the wind And hold me dear oh hold me dear Close the window calm the light And it will be alright No need to bother now Let it out let it all begin All's forgotten now We're all alone oh oh we're all alone Close the window calm the light And it will be alright No need to bother now Let it out let it all begin Owe it to the wind my love

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  • yourcoffeeguru
    18.06.2021 - 18 hours ago

    Map Illinois Indiana Ohio Kentucky USA 1977 National Geographic

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  • federer7
    18.06.2021 - 18 hours ago

    Carnival, Basel. Switzerland, 1977

    Photo: Martine Franck

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  • driftawayonceaday
    18.06.2021 - 19 hours ago

    Paradise by the Dashboard Light

    “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” is from the unique album Bat Out of Hell, which was an intriguing collaboration between writer Jim Steinman, Meat Loaf, and producer Todd Rundgren. The song starts out with a 1950s-ish guitar lick followed by more of the 1950s feel with the fast, dance-inducing piano. The story itself is right out of that decade as well, with two teenagers in a car fondling one another and steaming up the windows.

    The song is fast-paced, which seems to match the situation since everything is happening so fast as the young couple is frantically approaching their first sexual experience together. Interestingly, it slows down for a couple of lines as, perhaps, they pause to ponder the wonder of what they’re doing and what is (possibly) about to happen…

    Though it’s cold and lonely in the deep dark night

    I can see paradise by the dashboard light

    The lyrics are a bit corny, but so is the cliché of the moment and, in truth, so are the millions of actual moments like this that have occurred in many a car over the decades with boys and girls trying to convince the other party to bring the moment home.

    Baby don’t you hear my heart

    You got it drowning out the radio

    I’ve been waiting so long for you to come along and have some fun

    Well I gotta let you know

    No, you’re never gonna regret it

    Then they have the hilarious bit with a famous baseball announcer describing the action in a baseball game that mirrors the action in the car. It’s genious. Just as the boy is about to make it to “home plate”, the girl tells him, in no uncertain terms, to “Stop right there!”. If you want to know, or relive, what happened, listen to this wonderfully crafted, corny mini-play performed as an eight-minute-plus rock and roll show tune.

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  • quirkysubject
    18.06.2021 - 20 hours ago

    Interview with John, Boston, February 1977 [It seems the date and place on the vid is wrong, since Brian states in his interview that they’re in Boston]


    00:00 - thinks that overall the harmonies, vocals and guitars are what make Queen sound distinctive

    01:30 - talks about the way the approach album recording: two weeks of backing tracks, followed by two months overdubs, with lots of rehearsals before

    04:40 - they are thinking about setting up their own recording studio, because they are not 100% percent satisfied with any one studio they used with regards to equipment.

    05:50 - their time has been entirely taken up by Queen over the last 4 or 5 years, but John would like to get involved in other projects too. In any group over time there is someone who ventures out and does their own thing, and then, depending on how it goes, "they come running back to the group" *chuckles*

    08:50 - Talks about being in the studio with Ian Hunter in New York in 1976, when Roger, Brian and Freddie spontaneously decided to contribute some backing vocals. Found the experience "quite strange."

    12:05 - Likes to go out and see the odd group in a small pub or club.

    He says "you know" approximately one million times. Listen from 14:30 to get an idea.

    17:00 - asked about Queen's stage show being (over)rehearsed, he likens it to a play at a theatre - of course the actors are going to learn the play.

    19:20 - thinks that rock music is becoming a bit too corporatised and has sympathies for the punk bands going "lets just go out and play"

    22:43 - asked about whether he thinks the secret to success in the seventies is taking different styles of music and synthesising it into something new he says: "Not really, no, it's just good music."

    22:58 - he's drinking something with an ice cube in it. If you ever want to to listen to John Deacon swirling ice cubes in his glass and taking audible sips, listen to this interview.

    25:38 - if Queen disbanded, would he join another band? "I wouldn't go on to another band, no." He'd stay involved in the music business, but he'd never do a solo album.


    Well, that concludes this small series.

    It's an interesting interview for anyone interested in getting a feel for 'the quiet' Queenie. The questions aren't super interesting, imho (seems like the interviewer already knows what he wants to write about in his article), but it's interesting to hear him share his thoughts.

    Interview with Brian

    Interview with Roger

    Interview with Freddie

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  • thinkbolt
    18.06.2021 - 20 hours ago
    How did I go 44 years without hearing this??? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7gxOpz9gxU
    #yes sir i can boogie #disco#baccara#1977#Youtube
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  • chaosdotnet
    18.06.2021 - 20 hours ago

    @fruechtetoast Here is your cute Martin and ms. Santini! I don't know if you meant seperate or not so I drew them together.

    Also, I did it black and white and without any shading, so I'm sorry if you wanted it in color or with shading :(

    Hope you like it!

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