Absolutely apropos for Halloween. Before there was “The Most Interesting Man in the World,” or me, for that matter, there… Read more [Music] Christopher Lee – Ghost Riders in the Sky
A wonderful program in French on Siberian shamanism. Listen to the music. There is a thread one would find familiar… Read more [Music/Religion] Chamanisme en Sibérie : Les esprits écoutent avec Henri Lecomte
It’s good to hear people take a crack at reading works by Jorge Luis Borges. This one is my favorite.
Pierre Henry was the composer who introduced me to the world of musique concrète. The fact that he and his… Read more [Music] Pierre Henry: Fragments pour Artaud (1970)
Camel were one of the greatest progressive rock bands of the 1970s, easily ranking with bands like Yes and Genesis.… Read more [Music] Camel – I Can See Your House From Here
It looks like there was a magnificent archaeological find near the area of Pylos, Greece. The New York Times has… Read more [Archaeology] Grave of ‘Griffin Warrior’ at Pylos Could Be a Gateway to Civilizations
Before Kraftwerk coalesced as a band, they were called Organisation. You can tell where their influences mutated from.
Caucasoid blues done expertly by the supergroup of Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper and Steve Stills, all legends in their respective… Read more [Music] Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper, Steve Stills – Season of the Witch
More of a curio here, with the legendary Russian poetess, Anna Akmatova, reading one of her own works.
Rudi Protrudi and The Fuzztones pull out a tune which fits the Halloween spirit (as well as reminds one of… Read more [Music] Fuzztones – She’s Wicked