1. mudwerks:

    Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention | WPLJ

    (via mudwerks)

     


  2. Black Sabbath, “War Pigs" (1970)

    (Source: mr-texas, via joshuacaves-deactivated20141018)

     


  3. Tlahoun Gèssèssè, “Sethéd Sekètèlat" (August 1970)

     

  4. regardintemporel:

    Irina Ionesco - Sans Titre, ca.1970

     

  5. bekahtimbobshe:

    Mark Rothko, Black on Grey, 1970

    On February 25, 1970, Oliver Steindecker, Rothko’s assistant, found the artist in his kitchen, lying dead on the floor in front of the sink, covered in blood. He had sliced his arms with a razor found lying at his side. During autopsy it was discovered he had also overdosed on anti-depressants. He was 66 years old. The Seagram Murals arrived in London for display at the Tate Gallery on the very day of his suicide.

    Mark Rothko Studio: 157 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 (few blocks away from Central Park)

    (via daypotato)

     


  6. Frank Zappa, “The Air" (1970)

     

  7. criminalwisdom:

    Artwork by Bill Odgen, 1970
    Via babylonfalling

    (via mrsims)

     


  8. Band of Gypsys, “Power to Love" (1970)

    (Source: the-ick-vault)

     

  9. writersnoonereads:

    I started writing and the result was something unreadable.”

    I hope to some day read the Collected Works of Mirtha Dermisache (Argentina, 1940–2012).

    Image: Mirtha Dermisache, Carta, 1970

     


  10. mudwerks:

    Captain Beefheart | I Love You, You Big Dummy