Artists in Action #516

P.F. Sloan enjoys a hot dog.


Peter Nellhaus said...

The way Sloan is dressed shows how much of a Bob Dylan wannabe he really was in addition to writing "Eve of Destruction".

estiv said...

"Last time I saw P.F. Sloan
He was summer burned and winter blown
He turned the corner all alone
But he continued singing."

Thanks to Jimmy Webb...

Timmy said...

With the prices the way they were back then, why wasn't everyone overweight & obese & die at age 30 from clogged arteries?

Christopher said...

dang!..I'm gettin' hungry and thirsty looking at those menus..

justjack said...

"why wasn't everyone overweight & obese..."

to say nothing of coughing their lungs out from cigs outta the vending machine.

(oh wait, I just remembered what Brian Wilson sounded like in the 70's...)

What a fantastic picture. Dewd, I can smell the joint, all fried foods and cotton candy and hamburgers sizzlin' on an open grill night and day (whoops, wrong songwriter).

Loved P.F. Sloan. LOVED the Fantastic Baggies. He and Steve Barri also helped Jan & Dean to sing on key. Started the Grass Roots, too, though the original concept was all folkie, rather than the horn-driven sound that the group eventually became known for.

Kick that little foot, Sally Ann!

Christopher said...

my cigarette smoking days started with those machines and ended there too..50.cents a pack.come and get 'em kiddies