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A Portrait of George

If George Harrison was alive he’d be 75 years old. It’d be interesting to hear what he thought of 2018, but for now all we have are our memories of the man and his music. Harrison might have been the most widely creative of all of The Beatles. Harrison was a very good songwriter, but, [...]

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Donovan in Atlantis

This summer we celebrate the 45th anniversary of the release of Donovan’s seventh studio album Barabajagal. Donovan isn’t always mentioned among the legendary singer/songwriters of his generation, but put on his Greatest Hits LP and tell me if you hear one bad song. Better yet, take a listen to Barabajagal which is one of his [...]

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Coincidence Control Network: File #055 – The Search for Kim

This week: We’re a man down, but hunkier than ever, America goes gaga for molly, Art bell: we hardly knew thee … on satellite, Ikea CATastrophe, Mars barred, Did you father a child at a Megadeth concert?, and William Burroughs: Scientologist. Personnel – Joe Nolan and Ken Eakins [powerpress] Links: America finally notices MDMA – [...]

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Jodorowsky’s Lost Movie

1980 wasn’t a great year for Alejandro Jodorowsky. Having just barely survived the end of the 1970′s when the film that was to be his magnum opus — an adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic Dune — fell apart for the final time, Jodo was anxious to get back to work. He agreed to make a [...]

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