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Old 05-17-2021, 08:28 AM   #7311 (permalink)
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Instant Composers Pool - 30 Years



Han Bennink - KOK

Cool, in my listening queue. Currently listening to another one featuring Bennink. I love the Dutch swearing around 7:00
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Old 05-18-2021, 02:45 PM   #7312 (permalink)
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Found this old history book way back. It was interesting reading the point of view of America from a colonial perspective. Bet a modern-day American History book all different...
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Old 05-18-2021, 04:55 PM   #7313 (permalink)
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https://shhons-stuff.com/collections/books-1
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Old 05-19-2021, 10:55 AM   #7314 (permalink)
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Anyone here read David Goggins you cant hurt me book? I seriously doubt it but Im thinking of getting that audio book to run to.


Plus still choosing my first crypto book
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Old 05-19-2021, 11:28 AM   #7315 (permalink)
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Setting aside the somewhat "difficult" working relationship I currently have with Blank Forms (disclosure),
I'm still impressed by their beautiful attention to detail in practically all of their books. It's a wonderful 500
page hardback that has nearly 30 articles, LOTS of beautiful color photos and B&W graphics of various fliers
and general drawings. Got it last week, but am just starting it today. Skipping thru, there's a lot to see
and it's very definitely becoming a permanent part of my collection (like their other five[?] books).



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Edited by Lawrence Kumpf with Naima Karlsson and Magnus Nygren. Introduction by Lawrence Kumpf and Magnus Nygren. Text by Keith Knox, Rita Knox, Bengt af Klintberg, Iris R. Orton, Åke Holmquist, Pandit Pran Nath, John Esam, Michael Lindfield, Sidsel Paaske, George Trolin, Alan Halkyard, Moki Cherry, Don Cherry, Ben Young, Christer Bothén, Ruba Katrib, and Fumi Okiji. Interviews by Keith Knox and Rita Knox with Don Cherry, Terry Riley, and Steve Roney.

Avant-garde jazz trumpeter Don Cherry and textile artist Moki Cherry (née Karlsson) met in Sweden in the late sixties. They began to live and perform together, dubbing their mix of communal art, social and environmentalist activism, children’s education, and pan-ethnic expression “Organic Music.” Organic Music Societies, Blank Forms’ sixth anthology, is a special issue released in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name devoted to the couple’s multimedia collaborations. The first English-language publication on either figure, the book highlights models for collectivism and pedagogy deployed in the Cherrys’ interpersonal and artistic work through the presentation of archival documents alongside newly translated and commissioned writings by musicians, scholars, and artists alike.

Beginning with an overview by Blank Forms Artistic Director Lawrence Kumpf and Don Cherry biographer Magnus Nygren, this volume further explores Don’s work of the period through a piece on his Relativity Suite by Ben Young and an essay on the diasporic quality of his music by Fumi Okiji. Ruba Katrib emphasizes the domestic element of Moki’s practice in a biographical survey accompanied by full-color reproductions of Moki’s vivid tapestries, paintings, and sculptures, which were used as performance environments by Don’s ensembles during the Sweden years and beyond. Two selections of Moki’s unpublished writings—consisting of autobiography, observations, illustrations, and diary entries, as well as poetry and aphorisms—are framed by tributes from her daughter Neneh Cherry and granddaughter Naima Karlsson. Swedish Cherry collaborator Christer Bothén contributes period travelogues from Morocco, Mali, and New York, providing insight into the cross-cultural communication that would soon come to be called “world music.”

The collection also features several previously unpublished interviews with Don, conducted by Christopher R. Brewster and Keith Knox. A regular visitor to the Cherry schoolhouse in rural Sweden, Knox documented the family’s magnetic milieu in his until-now unpublished Tågarp Publication. Reproduced here in its entirety, the journal includes an interview with Terry Riley, an essay on Pandit Pran Nath, and reports on counter-cultural education programs in Stockholm, including the Bombay Free School and the esoteric Forest University.

Taken together, the texts, artwork, and abundant photographs collected in Organic Music Societies shine a long overdue spotlight on Don and Moki’s prescient and collaborative experiments in the art of living.
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Old 06-02-2021, 03:47 PM   #7318 (permalink)
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The Sound Of Freedom: PiL's The Flowers Of Romance 40 Years On.
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Old 06-07-2021, 01:40 PM   #7319 (permalink)
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Another Dickens, this time Barnaby Rudge, which ties in well with my History of Ireland journal, timewise. Enjoying this a lot.

Also, for research, The Birth of Satan: Tracing the Devil’s Biblical Roots by T.J. Wray and Gregory Mobley

The Prince of Darkness: The Devil in History, Religion and the Human Psyche by Joan O’Grady

The History of the Devil and the Idea of Evil by Paul Carus

The History of the Devil by Anonymous
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Old 06-09-2021, 02:49 PM   #7320 (permalink)
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Trollhearts history of Ireland ...Four Green Fields...
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