1. afistfulofculture:

    In memory of Gordon Willis (May 28, 1931 – May 18, 2014), perhaps the most influential cinematographer of the 20th century, whose peerless work defined the look of 1970s American cinema.

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  2. rockhalllibrary:

Happy birthday, Stevie Wonder
1989 Rock Hall Inductee Stevie Wonder is pictured here at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York in 1971. Learn more about Wonder’s career at the Library and Archives.
Image: From the Peter Hujar Photographs

    rockhalllibrary:

    Happy birthday, Stevie Wonder

    1989 Rock Hall Inductee Stevie Wonder is pictured here at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York in 1971. Learn more about Wonder’s career at the Library and Archives.

    Image: From the Peter Hujar Photographs

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  3. Girls on Film: Girlfriends, the most influential film about female friendship you’ve never heard of - The Week

  4. John Fahey & Richard Ruskin, “Russian Christmas Overture.”

    From johnfahey.com:

    A composite of well-known themes from Russian classical composers, including Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture; the long exciting final few minutes, with Ruskin’s hot licks making you wish it was a lot longer, is from Prokofiev’s Lieutenant Kije Suite.

  5. La Rondallita, “El burrito de Belen.”

    TUQUI TUQUI TUQUI

  6. Donny Hathaway - “This Christmas”

  7. warnerarchive:

Polly Holliday, Linda Lavin and Beth Howland in Alice (1976-85)

"Kiss my grits!"

    warnerarchive:

    Polly Holliday, Linda Lavin and Beth Howland in Alice (1976-85)

    "Kiss my grits!"

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  8. nwkarchivist:

This Is SO VERY 1971

huh?

    nwkarchivist:

    This Is SO VERY 1971

    huh?

    Reblogged from: nwkarchivist
  9. Stevie Wonder, “Superstition” performed live on Sesame Street.

  10. vintageblackglamour:

Happy Birthday to ya Stevie Wonder!!! My favorite musical genius was born 63 years ago today as Steveland Hardaway Judkins (his last name was later changed to Morris) in Saginaw, Michigan. In this 1974 photo, he is performing his classic “Living For The City” on “Top Of The Pops” in London. Photo: David Warner Ellis/Redferns. In the comment section, let me know what your favorite Stevie song is (Is it possible to have just one?)

    vintageblackglamour:

    Happy Birthday to ya Stevie Wonder!!! My favorite musical genius was born 63 years ago today as Steveland Hardaway Judkins (his last name was later changed to Morris) in Saginaw, Michigan. In this 1974 photo, he is performing his classic “Living For The City” on “Top Of The Pops” in London. Photo: David Warner Ellis/Redferns. In the comment section, let me know what your favorite Stevie song is (Is it possible to have just one?)

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