studiujemy: a Rolling Stones groupie i inne niemoralne obrazki z przeszłości (nie naszej)

Nope, Frank‚s true masterpiece is his still unreleased chronicle of the Rolling Stones’ 1972 American tour, Cocksucker Blues, named after another unreleased gem, Mick Jagger’s tour-de-force torch number Cocksucker Blues, in which he soulfully serenades a London bobby who „fucked me with his truncheon.” Gee, if you say „cocksucker” enough, you can forget all about the stupid Americans and really get your picture taken in the shadows.

    SOCKCUCKER BLUES
    Charlie Finch



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(i dodajmy, gdyż to o ACTA jest, też:)

Mick Jagger reportedly told Frank, „It’s a fucking good film, Robert, but if it shows in America we’ll never be allowed in the country again.” The Stones sued to prevent the film’s release, and it was disputed whether Frank as the artist or the Stones as those who hired the artist actually owned the copyright. A court order resolved this with Solomonic wisdom by restricting the film to being shown no more than five times per year and only in the presence of Frank…

    Robert Frank

(wikipedia)

8 myśli na temat “studiujemy: a Rolling Stones groupie i inne niemoralne obrazki z przeszłości (nie naszej)

  1. No nie wiem czy to Szczuka, wydaje mi się że idziecie w pornografię Makowski. Oczywiście celem zwiększenia oglądalności bloga, wiadomo.

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