Friday, June 29, 2007


The famous "Summer of Love" was FORTY YEARS AGO. Those who fondly remember it through an acid haze, remember all the girls looking a lot like Leigh Taylor-Young.
Leigh was the hippie-dippie princess of "I Love You Alice B. Toklas," in a movie that arrived a year later suggesting to an uptight Peter Sellers that all you need is to drop out, make love...and eat marijuana brownies.
It was a sweet, naive, uplifting movie at the time, and part of its charm was the silly psych theme song, which was more Captain Crunch than Sgt. Pepper. It's still very sweet.
The comparison of Leigh Taylor-Young then and now is not really depressing at all. Not if you compare it to pictures of Peter Sellers then and now.

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