photos - new york, the 60's & lynne charles
but first, there was this young lady ms. Joyce Aaron Funk i fell for
that pouty top lip. it was 1967, we were 'forever children', etc. we took a trip to London. we saw the stars at Saville Row
we come home on th Ile de France,
then . . . sometimes life doesn't happen
the way we hoped. imoved to the West vilage and
. . .
met this little stinker. on the street, W. 10th St. she was never happy, but i loved her anyway.
yes, we got married here's the evidence .
and so far, so good. moving
on to the reception . . . .
of interest here, Black Betty guitarist, Jack Mc Nichol
nad my best 'roommate', Lou Primak, pictured here with their
significant 'others'. we moved back to the East
Village. things got better. there was
we played at the Fillmore East sometimes there were light shows,
and more stars
and sometimes, BIG crowds
and the we opened for
the Who, on Berkley those were the happy days. even Lynne was
happy sometimes but
times change, the Fillmore East was gone, and Kendell was left to play
by himself. :))))