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So this is my first photo-post. I absolutely adore Marc Bolan, but I love it even more when I stumble upon a beautiful photo of him that’s in need of some serious digital restoration. This is what I do when I’m bored. Behold.

I’ve had this song running through my head for hours. Steve Martin’s “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” from that wonderfully cheesy Bee Gees & Frampton infused film adaptation of the Beatles’ classic album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”. I actually have the soundtrack on vinyl. And I’m not ashamed to say that I love every little second of it.

Here’s another one of my restorations. And, because Tumblr just hasn’t seen enough of the bros Mael. Top: black and white; bottom: colour edit.
The beautiful wonder that is David Sylvian.

No static at all.

Very cool to see the video I uploaded last night be circulated on Tumblr within hours. And since this page is mainly about Sparkin’, let there be Sparks! It’s almost ‘Equator Day’ anyway. ;D


A weird/great live Sparks performance of “Equator” from 1976.

(Source: ron-mael)

I’ve got one of these framed in the bedroom.

Sparks (Ron and Russell Mael)
Another restored photo from my collection. This is Marc Bolan. Isn’t he a delight? This world misses him. On the left: old photo; on the right: bright, beautiful restoration.
Oh my god, he’s so beautiful.
Still the loveliest borrowed angel earth ever laid eyes on.

Another rare recording I uploaded some time ago. This is Sparks’ “A Trying Day”. It is believed to date back to 1979 or 1980. It’s a pleasant little song.

Why not post another fox today? I’d restore this photo, but I like it just the way it is.

"There’s nobody in the future, so baby, let me hand you my love."

I’ll never tire of this wonderful song. Killer guitar, too.

A song forgotten in time. Nick Gilder on lead vocals; “Roxy Roller” was later covered by Suzi Quatro. Love this track.

There’s nothing like David Bowie at the start of your day. What a babe and a half!