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Photo by David Bailey, 1965
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The kid in the back feelin it
Paul on the train to Washington D.C. (Phoro by Dezo Hoffmann)
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"We were all around the Holiday Inn pool. I was 21 and as the hours went on, it got louder and louder. By the time the sheriff came in I was standing there in me underpants. I ran out, jumped into the first car I came to, which was a brand new Lincoln Continental. It was parked on a slight hill and when I took the hand brake off, it started to roll and it smashed straight through this pool fence and the whole Lincoln Continental went into the Holiday Inn swimming pool, with me in it.
So there I was, the water was pouring in — coming in through the bloody pedal holes in the floorboard, you know, squirting in through the windows. So I’m sitting there, thinking about me situation, as the water creeps up to me nose. Today, I can think of less outrageous ways of going than drowning in a Lincoln Continental in a Holiday Inn swimming pool, but at that time I had no thoughts of death whatsoever. So in a startling moment of logical I said, ‘Well I can’t open the doors until the pressure is the same …’ It’s amazing how I remembered those things from my physics class! I knew I’d have to wait until the pressure was the same. So when there’s just enough air in the top of the car to take a gulp, I fill up me lungs, throw open the door and go rising to the top of the pool. I figured there’d be quite a crowd gathered by now. After all, I’d been down there underwater for some time. I figured they’d be so grateful I was alive, they’d overlook the Lincoln Continental.
But no. There’s only one person standing there and he’s the pool cleaner and he’s got to have the pool clean in the morning. And he is furious.” – Keith Moon