“In such ugly times, the only true protest is beauty."
- Phil Ochs
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the60sbazaar:

Donovan c.1965 

the60sbazaar:

Donovan c.1965 

maymudes:

Richard Fariña, Donovan and David Blue at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, by John Bynre Cooke.

maymudes:

Richard Fariña, Donovan and David Blue at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, by John Bynre Cooke.

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therainydaywoman:

Joan Baez 1965

therainydaywoman:

Joan Baez 1965

Joan Baez at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival

Joan Baez at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival

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Jean-Luc Godard - Alphaville (1965)

I am SO putting this movie on my to-watch list because of this set of GIFs.

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Donovan and Joan Baez hang out at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, they perform Donovan’s song “Colours” together onstage at one point. Baez has own version of “Colours” on her “Farewell Angelina” album. Donovan admits that he had a crush on Baez, but apparently she was not over Bob Dylan, who had recently broken up with her at the time.

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elizabitchtaylor:

Joan Baez at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival

acamouflage:

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Room, (1965)

acamouflage:

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Room, (1965)

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elizabitchtaylor:

Joan Baez with Richard and Mimi Farina at the Newport Folk Festival, 1965

elizabitchtaylor:

Joan Baez with Richard and Mimi Farina at the Newport Folk Festival, 1965

Donovan and Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965. Two of my favorites together.

Donovan and Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965. Two of my favorites together.

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Joan Baez in 1965

Joan Baez in 1965

(Source: joanchandosbaez)

a-boy-called-donovan:

Joan Baez and Donovan sitting in front of the stage at Newport Folk Festival, 1965. [x]

a-boy-called-donovan:

Joan Baez and Donovan sitting in front of the stage at Newport Folk Festival, 1965. [x]

sugarmeows:

Edward Fox, photographed by Norman Parkinson for Men in Vogue (November 1965)
I’m most familiar with Edward Fox from his role in The Day of the Jackal (1973). It surprises me to see him looking so young and cute.
He claims never to have worn jeans. When I first learned that, I was mad at my parents for having put me in jeans before I realized there might be something “wrong” with wearing jeans. However, my reality is that I’m a t-shirt-and-jeans guy. I’ll never be Edward Fox, and I’m all right with that.

sugarmeows:

Edward Fox, photographed by Norman Parkinson for Men in Vogue (November 1965)

I’m most familiar with Edward Fox from his role in The Day of the Jackal (1973). It surprises me to see him looking so young and cute.

He claims never to have worn jeans. When I first learned that, I was mad at my parents for having put me in jeans before I realized there might be something “wrong” with wearing jeans. However, my reality is that I’m a t-shirt-and-jeans guy. I’ll never be Edward Fox, and I’m all right with that.

Joan Baez

—Colours

alihilton:

Colours, Joan Baez 1965

(Source: aliphantparts)

Phil Ochs - I’m Going to Say It Now

ABC Scope filmed May 7, 1965 at Ohio State University “The following references on Phil Ochs pertain to a Free Speech Front (62-110105) march which was planned for 5/5/65 at the Ohio State University (OSU), Columbus, in protest of the Speakers’ Rule at the University. The march was cancelled and a rally was planned for 5/7/65 because Ochs, a former OSU student and a NYC folk singer, was unable to attend. On 5/7/65 the rally was held on the OSU Oval and Ochs entertained with several songs.” -Excerpt from Phil Ochs’ FBI File

(Source: ponderful)