Knolle park.


7 Responses to “Knolle park.”

  1. Kwai Chang says:

    Where drugs end…
    …seven oaks begins!
    Symbolic as illustrated in the Official Handbook Of Cinematography…
    I could write a thesis on this photo that would earn two diplomas!

  2. when he first heard SFF pete townshend admitted that he thought the beatles had gone “weird”. this great promotional film sure helped convey that. wow, these directors had teeny tiny budgets to work with, and they made MORE with LESS because they had to. and that’s probably why the whole MTV “big budget” video era was lost on me. as Ray Davies once said, videos turned into really bad Vogue shoots.

  3. Kwai Chang says:

    Thank you, johnny silver…
    ‘Empty-V’ really did fuck up the industry in terms of viable art.
    MTV was really a magazine filled with…unsingable adverts.

  4. Happy Jack (The Who), Dead End Street (Kinks), SFF, ML Hogg’s work on Jumpin Jack Flash (Stones). The list goes on. I don’t want to polarize and suggest that all MTV era videos were crap. Some were excellent. But just because you have a six figure budget to shoot a video doesn’t mean it’s gonna be a great work of art.

    And btw in America right now there’s some kitchen cleaning product commercial on Tv that has a mellotron on it. As expected it sounds absolutely stupid.

  5. MarkZapp says:

    The Beatles performing “Help!” At the beginning of that film will never be topped, in my opinion. Just the Fabs performing. That’s all I need!

  6. Lizzie says:

    I LOVE those two videos… because that’s exactly what they looked like when I arrived in London, on February 14th, 1967. Watching the version on the 1 DVD is just a trip!

  7. Michael says:

    That is one CREEPY tree!

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