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  • Life through a lens – Bandele ‘Tex’ Ajetunmobi

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    As one of Britain’s first black photographers Bandele ‘Tex’ Ajetunmobi was blazing a trail for others to follow but this really is only part of the story. As a disabled 26 year old in Nigeria, Tex’s childhood polio saw him regarded as an outcast. As a...

  • Groovy Seventies German Magazine Adverts.

    • 1654 Views • 1970s, Retro Advertising, UncategorizedComments Off on Groovy Seventies German Magazine Adverts.

    We’ve unearthed a veritable stash of pretty groovy German magazine ads from the early 1970s. Whether the styling is much different to UK magazine ads of the same period is open to discussion but they certainly have a different feel although that may just be...

  • Gil Scott Heron – You’ve Been Tango’d

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    During the 1990s a series of TV adverts took the nation by storm, virtually started the whole concept of viral and guerrilla advertising and best of all for us; featured Gil Scott-Heron uttering the immortal words – you know when you’ve been...

  • Bikinis Y Rock – Groovy Seventies Mexican Film

    • 14096 Views • 1970s, Film, Music, UncategorizedComments Off on Bikinis Y Rock – Groovy Seventies Mexican Film

    There are films where the music doesn’t quite match up to the plot and acting then there are films where the music is really the only reason you’re likely to watch the film. To be honest Bikinis y rock falls into the latter category but the music really...

  • The Cult – Autonomy Day 1967

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    If you’ve stumbled upon this page expecting to see an early line-up of goth-rock band The Cult – we’re sorry to disappoint you. Although we guess that “real Cult fans” will know that singer Ian Astbury would have only been five...