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Uncensored Vintage Photos From The Groovy Era

Rare Collection | February 18, 2021

Written by Jacob Shelton

😈 Viewer discretion is advised 😈

This collection of vintage photos from the Groovy Era are uncensored, and not suitable for all audiences.

If you lived through '60s and '70s you may remember a golden era of peace, love, and effortless cool...but this collection of raw and unedited photographs reveals a different side to the Groovy Era than you already know.

Click ahead as we reveal eye-popping photos that are for mature audiences only!

Here's a Polaroid of Dolly Parton taken by Andy Warhol in 1985.

Source: Google

You don't really think about Dolly Parton as the kind of person who spent the '70s and '80s hanging out with the likes of Andy Warhol. She's a lot of bit country and he's, well he's Andy Warhol. They seem like they're from two separate worlds. Weirdly, one of the things that makes them so similar is their equal love of show business, after all, Warhol said that everyone in the world will get their 15 minutes of fame.

When Warhol took this photo of Parton he also conducted an interview with her that's as weird as you can imagine. Aside from talking to her about clothes (natch), Warhol asks Parton what she had for breakfast and if she keeps a diary. Parton plays along and has some incredibly sassy answers. On not keeping a diary:

I don’t have to. It seems like for the last 40 years my life has been lived in the press, so I can Google any date in my history and find out what I was doing.

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Jacob Shelton

Writer

Jacob Shelton is a Los Angeles based writer. For some reason this was the most difficult thing he’s written all day, and here’s the kicker – his girlfriend wrote the funny part of that last sentence. As for the rest of the bio? That’s pure Jacob, baby. He’s obsessed with the ways in which singular, transgressive acts have shaped the broader strokes of history, and he believes in alternate dimensions, which means that he’s great at a dinner party. When he’s not writing about culture, pop or otherwise, he’s adding to his found photograph collection and eavesdropping on strangers in public.