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LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 01: Dan Stevens attends a Gala Screening of ‘The Guest’ at Soho Hotel
Dan Stevens and Benedict Cumberbatch attends a Gala Screening of ‘The Guest’ at Soho Hotel on September 1, 2014 in London, England. (x)
Gala Screening of ‘The Guest’ at Soho Hotel on September 1, 2014 in London, England
Happy Monday!! <3
Never saw these before! This man is so gorgeous.
November 7, 1966 —- John and Cyn return home.
John and his parka… <3 <3 <3
Ok, Dan, let’s talk about it.
But talking needs my ability to think properly and after this photo…
Very nice!Dan’s criticized a lot for the choice he made.And even if I was(am)very sad for Matthew’s death, I can understand him.It’s right for an actor wanting to explore new roles.Maybe the modality of “getting out”…
Wow, personal but good question. Time warp comes to mind. Like no time had passed. Last time I saw them was the night before new years, with my Daughter Harmony, 2013, about 8 months ago. I am usually reluctant to go see them because of the entourage that surrounds the band & it’s so personal for me, I just don’t feel like wading through layers of people just to see my old friends. Mick had called me that afternoon when he arrived in town & invited my daughter & I to come to rehearsal to hear the show & say hi. He assured me that it would be low key that night & a good time to reconnect. So off we went & I must say, the moment I saw Mick, we both felt this warmth that transcended time & space. After a short while, Lindsey walked in & hugged me with both a welcoming & loving grip. Within seconds, I knew It was time to drop whatever residual crap I had about the band & Lindsey in particular. Stevie was her usual late, but not by much & the band was already playing to a lonely, empty hall when she walked in. There was only about 20 to 30 people there including crew, so it was a rather intimate setting to hear the set. I was placed at the sound board in the house (my old office) & was in prime position for Stevie’s onslaught of stories revealing my past with her. Every time a song would end, she would launch into a story about our origins & tales of living together with Lindsey. The set itself sounded really great & fresh, best I have heard them in years. Like fine red wine, they matured into a group that played effortlessly together, with relaxed feels & exciting new expressions of songs that made me listen with a whole new perspective. The rhythm section of John & Mick pulsing behind the melodies were like sitting in my favorite chair, familiar & consistently comfortable, just the way you want to feel the song. After rehearsal, Stevie made sure I did not get away by slipping out the back without saying hello. We hugged & talked for some minutes & I was amazed at how relaxed & content she was. (Even happy dare I say) since that evening, I have felt just as close as I ever have to the band & along with this blog, have reunified with my own past. Thanks for asking.
Riding in a limo around Washington DC with Lindsey & sightseeing on a rare day off. We had picked up this kind of tacky beanie hat that I think said “Washington” on it & Lindsey felt the need to put it on. Realizing it wasn’t quite his look, I got this flash of “get this thing off me” on his face. I must say, I agree with him, not the fashion statement he had in mind, at least not for stage. lol.
I’m afraid I was part of the “Lindsey conspiracy” for lack of a better word. I got what he was going for pretty much from the beginning. Felt a bit uneasy at first because it was such a radical departure for us. I knew if I placed my trust in him that things would soon become creatively apparent. After dropping my Rumours glasses, I embraced the new sound for better or for worse. I gave Lindsey a lot of support for that album, sometimes taking the brunt of the bands and Ken’s frustration, when he would stay at home to record a part. Looking back it is a lot easier to like that record (Tusk), but at the time it was somewhat challenging under the long shadow of “Rumours”. I am now forever grateful and proud to have worked on such a seminal record, and praise Lindsey for having the guts to stand by his artistic vision all the way to the record store of history.
"Tusk" is my favorite FM album