“You are always so good at sharing your incredible place, thought I would share mine with you……… this was just in the Chicago READER, a weekly ‘alternative’ newspaper…. a different feel than your place, but think we have the same general ‘need’ for more, and an interest in mixing it all together so it makes sense (well to us anyway)……….always enjoy checking out your site…….”
So I got that email from a Sissydude follower Keith recently and fell in love with clever Keith and his awesome space. So here are some images and a video from CHICAGO READER.
READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE & see more pics @ CHICAGO READER
photos and article by Andrea Bauer
AWESOME VISUALS: ‘DRUGS’, a volume in the Life Science Library. This version 1969 (originally published 1967) via mr. knappy -head & found objects
Background artwork by Donald Miller and Yale Joel, collaged by David Gordon and Nancy Genet VIA MR. KNAPPY-HEAD & FOUND OBJECTS
MOST CAMPY images from this post via Poseidon’s Underworld
vintage shots via the always AWESOME MYSELFIXION
Really fun watching various parts of this 1971 German film. Sadly, part one of ten parts was deleted … but good-lookin’ fellows abound.
Abnormals on Tumblr
MECCA MEGA- POST featuring CHRIS BROWN, ANDY BUTLER, JOSH MANSOUR, BOYS with BUSH and Ann B. DAVIS as “ALICE”!!!
MEGA-POST REALNESS with RICA SHAY, MYSELFIXION VINTAGE, BOYS IN THEIR BATHROOMS, HAIRY BUM HOLES & SUPREME COCK GOODNESS…
STARGAYZING: Barbara Cartland’s Album of Love Songs, Sung Especially For You is a thrillingly awful recording from 1978 that combines several things I love very much: bad prose, the singing voice of an elderly woman, orchestral music, and non-singers with big egos leveraging success in other mediums to create a vanity album, especially for you! In the case of this record, we have an eighty-year old English romance novelist whose tentative, tremulous soprano quivers and chirps like a small, wounded bird through some of the finest standards ever written. When she attempts to soar you can hear the panicked flapping of a single wing—”ascend, I say!” Throughout, Miss Cartland’s anemic vocals are ably supported by the massive Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, who were undoubtedly well-compensated for this recording. A voice this tentative backed by the Royal Philharmonic is the musical equivalent of using a pen light to guide an ocean liner and, indeed, half the fun of this record is the ever-present risk of icebergs! READ THE REST OF THIS AMUSING ARTICLE HERE @ STARGAYZING
LISTEN TO THE FULL ALBUM HERE @ WFMU… and you can download each song too! HOW? For MAC: Just click the song, when the mp3 starts playing… right click on the mp3 bar. Choose “save audio as”. That’s it! Great Sat night Sun morning listening goodness!
The Cowsills A Family Thing aired on Saturday, November 23, 1968 at 8:30 PM.
It included Bud, Barbra, Bill, Bob, Barry, Paul, John and Susan Cowsell.
Buddy Ebsen was the special guest star.
Private Birthday Party is a private collection of found photographic slides that depict Kansas City’s early drag ball culture throughout the 1950s and 1960s. With over 200 images, this collection is a rare, important look into the rich history of mid-century drag ball culture in middle America.
Thanks Dusti Cunningham!