December 31, 2010

The First Issue of ‘Rolling Stone’ Magazine, November 9th 1967

On November 9, 1967, the first edition of Rolling Stone magazine was published. The magazine began as a music magazine with embraced the hippie culture of the 1960s. As the founder Jann Wenner said in the first edition, Rolling Stone “is not just about the music, but about the things and attitudes that music embraces.” To this day the magazine remains a major musical, political, and cultural publication, and has featured interviews with major figures from John Lennon to Barack Obama. To feature on the cover of Rolling Stone is still an honor held by many important figures.

The first edition (see above) featured a film still of John from the Richard Lester film ‘How I Won the War’. In the photo, he’s wearing the military outfit and glasses of the character he played in the movie, Musketeer Gripweed. In the issue, Lennon is interviewed about the filming of ‘How I Won the War’.

December 29, 2010

12 Worst Album Covers of Eastern Europe Pop Stars From the 1970s

Somewhere in Eastern-Europe back in the ’70s, these were the actual album record covers of pop stars. Things have changed a lot since then, cars, fashion..., and there is less something... on legs in these days! We’re not sure these covers effect on their album sales or how good they were on charts then.

Some of the guys back then had their own unique styles, one of them was over 60 years old with “I am on top of the world” attitude riding a satellite in space. “Milance” is a big Casanova, a lady killer with Prince wannabe look. Then we found out that George Michael stole the outlook image from the big star “Zlatko” ,“Bajo” with stylish suit, hair and old “Tozovac” riding a cannon in a very funny FAIL position.

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