Original 1930s shot which was used for Blur’s ‘Leisure’ album cover

fave pic of them

This Is England (2006)

First of all I need to thank all of the fans, for being so patient and forgiving. They’ve found a place where we were about to be shooting and waited there for hours to at least have a word or take a picture. And what did I do? I came late and instead of giving them some of my time I could only say “My schedule is very tight, but I’ll be back later to see you”. And they’ve waited three more hours, but forgave me that. It’s really incredible, but makes me feel guilty. (…) I am aware that I shoud feel grateful for the trust I’m given, for all the support and loyalty. The sympathy of my fans really means a lot to me, and that’s why I’m trying to do the best I can. (x)


Norman RockwellGirl Running with Wet Canvas, 1930

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q’d bby

You didn’t think I would miss your Uncle Bilbo’s birthday, did you?

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It was quite hard having two Brian’s in the band. During the rehearsals for Synth Britannia at the BBC David Enthoven screamed from a distance “Now Bryan I need you to remember to shake your hips a bit more and really give it your all”. So, during the performance I was there shaking my hips looking like bloody Shakira only to find out later he was taking to Ferry. The whole band took the piss out of me for a good few weeks over that incident. For obvious reasons I am the superior Brian and if you don’t agree you can piss off right now.
by Brian Eno interview 2007 (via loureedscorpse)

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