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John Lennon was once quoted as saying that Bob Dylan was intentionally opaque in his lyrics so as to position himself as “secure in his hipness”. It is often taken that Dylan provided the Beatles with the understanding of depth, … Continue reading
It’s what Griel Marcus termed ”the old, weird America.”; a peculiar terrain, a strange yet familiar backdrop to a common cultural history of America : the “playground of God, Satan, tricksters, Puritans, confidence men, illuminati, braggarts, preachers, anonymous poets of … Continue reading
This past weekend I saw the Larry Charles film ”Religulous” featuring enhanced high definition from comedian Bill Maher.Often artists define their work as an expression of spirituality or as a manifestation of a proxy for religious experience. After viewing this It … Continue reading