Miss Marianne Faithfull:

Miss Marianne Faithfull:
(Born December 29, 1946; Capricorn) - Songs she inspired: She Smiled Sweetly, Let's Spend The Night Together, She's Like A Rainbow, You Can't Always Get What You Want, Wild Horses, I Got The Blues, 100 Years Ago, Winter

Miss Anita Pallenberg:

Miss Anita Pallenberg:
(Born January 25 or April 6, 1942) - Songs she inspired: You Got The Silver, Sister Morphine (words by Marianne), Wild Horses, Coming Down Again, Angie, Beast Of Burden, All About You

Sunday, March 28, 2010

She's Like A Rainbow

Some of my favorite color photos of Marianne Faithfull.  Most of my collection is black and white, but Marianne came in colors (as we know), so her beauty just sparkles even more in these.  She had such blue eyes, naturally silky blonde hair, creamy white skin, and usually dressed in bright, fun-loving colors.  Many of these pics are quite rare, and I have never seen them before purchasing the magazine or photo from which they were scanned, so I hope you enjoy them (but please don't repost/steal them without crediting my blog).
One of my favorites that I've ever seen of her:
When I got this magazine in the mail (it's an Australian mag), the cover was all creased like this, so apologies:
The stunner of San Remo:
The next three images are from an issue of Salut Les Copains, a leading French magazine from the '60s:
This is another favorite. Like, how gorgeous is she?!
All photos = my scans

P.S., I hope you guys aren't bored of the Marianne posts, because I'm not bored of posting them.  I have a lot more photos that I've never posted, because I'm waiting for the right time or to gather more pics in the collection.  But stay tuned...there will be more!  Plus, I need to do a post on Performance with Miz Pallenberg, so keep your eye out for that one. <3

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Happy Belated Birthday, Steven Tyler!

Stalking Mick Jagger:
March 26, 1948. Happy birthday to one of rock n' roll's greatest frontmen! (He's in my top 3 for sure).

All photos = my scans from various 1970's rock mags