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Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Kenwood: more den.


Tammy has unearthed a wider perspective version of one of the colour den shots. It's been slightly cropped, however, so I've stitched it and the old one together to give the widest perspective thus far.
Is that the Mr Kite poster on the right hand side?



Hard to tell exactly, but it could be.

6 comments:

  1. i am 99% sure that it is the poster.
    You can see quite clearly the letters' size and it matches with the poster.
    Also, I don't know why but I am almost sure that I can read the words LAST and BENEFIT.

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  2. Yeah it is that poster, it matches!

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  3. Hi, i'm glad you grabbed these pics from my page, i was too lazy to send them to you, if i didnt see them soon i was gonna mail you as i knew these were the most complete i'd seen of these pics as well, funny .. i'd never noticed the Roller speaker before, guess John predated by a couple of decades all those 'Doof Doof' pimped up cars that drive drive around now :-)
    Oh, and i think that probably is the Mr Kite poster.

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  4. Cheers Tammy, and keep up the good work.

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  5. I like the Mandala of Light' picture from Timothy Leary's psychedelic kalidescope works. My uncle has the same picture somewhere. Nice site btw.

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  6. Ah - so that's what it is. If you ever get a chance to scan it, then do send a copy in...

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