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These days everybody’s so concerned with fame and money that they forget that music is infinite, and there are still plenty of great riffs to be written. You just have to enjoy it and keep things simple.
John Frusciante (via thefunkiscrazy)
fuckyouverymuch:

We can’t shut up.

fuckyouverymuch:

We can’t shut up.

fuckyouverymuch:

We stay real. 

fuckyouverymuch:

We stay real. 

johnfrusciantay:

John, Jesus, one in the same.

johnfrusciantay:

John, Jesus, one in the same.

peacecodelic:

John Frusciante making love, as always

When I got to his office, he said, “John, I want you to sit down and write a letter explaining what you think about me as a teacher, and to sign it, so when you’re famous I can show it to my students.” It made me feel good. I always knew that I was going to be a musician for a living, but nobody else believed me[…]. Mr. Hughes was saying it based on nothing but my attitude towards music and what he saw in my eyes. I really appreciated that.
John Frusciante on his teacher Mr. Hughes (via beach-arab)

John Frusciante - Rock Power 1992

fuckyouverymuch:

We do what we want. 

fuckyouverymuch:

We do what we want. 

"Life shouldn’t be a struggle. Life should be a flowing smooth thing. This isn’t a hard world to live in, this isn’t hard dimension to live in. If you surround yourself with the right people and if you do the right things, and if you are as good of a person as you are capable of to other people; you will find that the world will make a place for you. What happens to you is dictated by the things you think about. You should always think good things and always look for the good in the world. If you look for the bad in the world, you will always find something bad. But if you look for the good you will find it, it is there."

John Frusciante

jfrusciantesite:

A large version of one of the photos from the controversial series done by Ross Halfin in February/March 2006.

jfrusciantesite:

A large version of one of the photos from the controversial series done by Ross Halfin in February/March 2006.