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October 09 2010

chromiumbitch

One Nation Rally Coverage by Philly IMC

It's a real drag that there wasn't more coverage of the One Nation Rally in the mainstream media. I guess cable TV was too busy talking about the Beatles.

September 09 2010

chromiumbitch

: : babeville : :

Ani DiFranco's multidisciplinary performance space in Buffalo, NY.
chromiumbitch

God and Politics, Together Again - NYTimes.com

Great article about the U.S. culture war and Protestant Christianity.

August 28 2010

chromiumbitch

August 23 2010

chromiumbitch
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Contrary to most fans' assumptions, their love affair lasted only three months. Later, Dylan was to be dismissive of Baez ("Me and Joan? I'll tell you... She brought me up... I rode on her, but I don't think I owe her anything"). She now says, "It was one of those things where you're both on a strange trajectory, and you meet and connect, whether you want to or not. Then he started writing the songs that filled up the vacancy, the gap between us. Because his songs were brilliant; people have never been able to copy them. He always had a rainbow pen; the stuff just pours out of him. I'll always admire that." What was he like as a house guest? "Bob doesn't have much awareness of other people, you know? He's... sloppy. But if you're crazy about someone, it doesn't matter. As soon as you're not crazy about them, it becomes obnoxious very fast. You can take some artistic liberties, and all of us do to some extent - but he takes them all."
— Joan Baez on Bob Dylan

August 18 2010

chromiumbitch
The legend of Tristan and Iseult is an influential romance and tragedy, retold in numerous sources with as many variations. The tragic story is of the adulterous love between the Cornish knight Tristan (Tristram) and the Irish princess Iseult (Isolde, Yseult, etc.). The narrative predates and most likely influenced the Arthurian romance of Lancelot and Guinevere, and has had a substantial impact on Western art, the idea of romantic love and literature since it first appeared in the 12th century. While the details of the story differ from one author to another, the overall plot structure remains much the same.
Tristan and Iseult - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

August 15 2010

chromiumbitch
Play fullscreen
Stan Getz and John Coltrane. Live in Dusseldorf, Germany 1961. Song is by Monk, not sure which one.
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Play fullscreen
John Coltrane, "Every Time We Say Goodbye." 1961 in Baden-Baden, Germany.
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