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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, Jun 23, 2019.
He always did look kind of intense.
How do ya like me now, Mumsie?
I just saw this today on Facebook! You beat me to it!
Beat you to it!
Not quite right he was brought up by his grannie and grandad as their son after his mum left to go to the USA after meeting and marrying an American serviceman who she had two more kids to, a half brother and sister to Eric. Some years later they came to the UK on holiday with their kids and his "stepfather" being a military type complained about the long hair and Eric who was still trying to be a part of his real mums life let them take him to a barber and cut his hair. In his book he says he thought perhaps by conforming to them they would accept him into their family but later when he mentioned going with them Pat told him no that he would be staying with Rose and her family she had her own life to get on with.
Yeah, that's it.
I remember in the doc, there is a shot of him sitting on the sofa with his family after the hair cut, and I thought he looked so humiliated. Its a heartbreaking horrible story.
It’s interesting how important our hair/appearance is to us, especially in our youth.
I was a long hair, but the fates and hereditary MPB took care of that.
Anyways, I had a very similar experience with my Dad.
I got the disciplinary buzz cut when I was about 13, but didn’t look too different from Cher by the time I graduated high school.
I HATED that buzz cut!
Clapton looks great, no matter what, IMO.
Jerry Jeff Walker and friends
And play it. Looks like he’s going to swallow that mouthpiece.
Hank Marvin - with Burns guitar
Hank's Thunderbirds puppet...with Burns guitar
Grace, Tim and Paul
I can just hear Reggie saying, "Who left this POS in my dressing room?" (camera goes SNAP!)
I see you posted that photo on the 48th anniversary of that show. It was June 10, 1973 at RFK Stadium in Washington DC.
Here’s a color shot from the same show…