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doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Television - Piccadilly Inn, Cleveland, Ohio, July 24, 1975
Duders! Head over to Aquarium Drunkard NOW to check out a truly stellar Television bootleg (which was actually one of the first things I posted on this blog oh so many Marquee Moons ago). Cleveland, Ohio 1975! The place to be, against every odd imaginable. Verlaine and co. played two nights — the recording over on AD is the second night. As an added bonus to you Doom & Gloomsters, here’s a recording of the first night! Not quite as good a recording, but actually better than I remember. A different setlist, and even the repeats are pretty different from the next show. Totally killer stuff. Just $3 to check in to the Piccadilly Inn!

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Television - Piccadilly Inn, Cleveland, Ohio, July 24, 1975

Duders! Head over to Aquarium Drunkard NOW to check out a truly stellar Television bootleg (which was actually one of the first things I posted on this blog oh so many Marquee Moons ago). Cleveland, Ohio 1975! The place to be, against every odd imaginable. Verlaine and co. played two nights — the recording over on AD is the second night. As an added bonus to you Doom & Gloomsters, here’s a recording of the first night! Not quite as good a recording, but actually better than I remember. A different setlist, and even the repeats are pretty different from the next show. Totally killer stuff. Just $3 to check in to the Piccadilly Inn!

randygrskovic:

Randy Grskovic | Analog Collage
To get your original collage, please go here: https://www.iamgiving.to/presents/200-patrons/story

randygrskovic:

Randy Grskovic | Analog Collage

To get your original collage, please go here: https://www.iamgiving.to/presents/200-patrons/story

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Holiday Inn Hotel, San Francisco, California, 1970
(Clement Chen & Associates with John Carl Warnecke & Associates)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Holiday Inn Hotel, San Francisco, California, 1970

(Clement Chen & Associates with John Carl Warnecke & Associates)

landmarksandfollies:

Marcel Breuer’s Unbuilt 60 State Street, Boston.

The high cost of Breuer’s design led to the cancelling of this tower. Later, SOM designed a building for this site.

(via vostok1)

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