December 28, 2009

We come from Garage Land


Back when the only thing a girl could play was tambourine. And could the guitar player on the left side get his guitar any higher? Still and yet, they were playing, and that's more than I can say.

The Ultimate
1965
from J. Michael Henderson's website

11 comments:

Ms. Moon said...

That girl is damn cute! Far too cute for that band. I hope she grew up to be Joan Jett. But I sort of doubt she did.

downtown guy said...

Me, too, because I think Joan Jett was rocking out with the Runaways by that age.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

What a bunch of straights, man. So not cool.

downtown guy said...

Aw, c'mon, the drummer is obviously high and the chick looks like she grew up to be Gina Gershon.

Ms. Moon said...

Do you think it's a basement or a garage?

Ms. Moon said...

Oh. Never mind. I see the lawn mower. Duh. But it looks like you walk down a staircase to get to it.

downtown guy said...

The back of the house may open out on a story lower than the front of the house. Know what I mean?

white rabbit said...

They are in fact the Rolling Stones - the 'girl' is Jagger complete with tambourine and the young man on the left is Bill Wyman who used to play his guitar practically vertically.

Trust this clarifies matters...

downtown guy said...

The more you know!

May said...

Okay, the band is cool, but check out the cop stand-up in the back! Ha Ha!

downtown guy said...

I liked that, too! The drummer is SLOW.