We have much to be thankful for.
What better time to get lost in a good political thriller and forget about the madness of the day!
Karen Dalton possessed a singular and soul stirring voice while existing well off the radar yet her influence belies her humble and troubled life.
I am a fan of the other. Alfred Jarry, Antonin Artaud, and Henri Michaux’s visual works of art have long fascinated me to no end.
Danish film director, actor, and screenwriter Benjamin Christensen found a copy of Malleus Maleficarum, a 15th C treatise on witchcraft, in a Berlin bookshop that sent him on a 2-year journey resulting in the silent […]
Sterling Walter Hayden was born in Upper Montclair, NJ in 1916, about 6 miles from where I was born which is why we look so much alike.
Guitars are like lovers. And hifi.
The Audiophile Tree of Life Print returns!
Looking into the future typically takes one of two turns; things get better or things get worse. Then there’s a third option where things just get strange.
Truth be told, I’m not a fan of art criticism because I’m a fan of art and prefer to make up my own mind, which changes all the time. What I do enjoy is appreciation.
Dirk Bogarde, so-named by his agent, was a dashing leading man who ran from his cheesecake roles as soon as his contract with the Rank Organisation ended in 1960 to explore deeper, darker characters.
Of the books I kept, some of the most sacred are those by Arthur Rimbaud, Antonin Artaud, and René Daumal. The Soundwalk Collective and Patti Smith have released a trio of albums dedicated to each, […]
Boo! Horror was different when I was a kid as much was left to take place in one’s imagination.
We have access to 70 million channels between cable and streaming yet there are times I find myself, unfortunately too often, watching crappy movies. If you’ve found yourself in a similar state, I hope you’ll […]
Once upon a time in 1885, Welsh singer, songwriter, scientist, and philanthropist Margaret Watts Hughes accidentally invented a method of turning her voice into images.