six seconds that defined a generation
Theres a snake in my boot and a cap in yo ass
From 1964 to 1970, George Harrison and Pattie Harrison (Boyd) lived in a house in Surrey, England that they painted psychedelically with a little help from their friends.
The Harrison’s cosmic hideaway was the setting for Beatle songwriting sessions and the recording of demos for the White Album.
In 1969 Pattie and George were arrested in their home for possession of a small chunk of hash. The Drugs Squad chose the day of Paul McCartney’s wedding to Linda Eastman to launch a raid on the Harrison home. The bust resulted in a huge media event - an absurd outcome for an inconsequential amount of smoke.
But at least we know where the inspiration for the artwork may have originated.
A legend lost too soon. Uncle Phil, you will me missed.
omg i remember this after Sandy.. The subways were so flooded.
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