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AFRIT is a powerful demon in Arabian myths. NEBULA is an interstellar cloud of dust. Brother Paul explores the possibilities of post-modern jazz demonstrated by this adventurous UK trio.
So, dig World Music? A little bit of Xenakis, Coltrane and maybe some Steve Reich? Go East, go West, go interstellar? Read all about it here »»»
His father was a Covent Garden barber and his mother died insane, but he did o.k.:
ART OF THE HIPSTER
ROOMS & IMAGINARY WESTERNS.
This tale of Pete Brown, UK post-beat poet and premier psychedlic lyricist, is just great.
Brother Paul Green reports »»
"Gradually Brown morphed into a songwriter/singer. He wrote more material from Cream, notably I Feel Free, Sunshine of Your Love, and White Room, the last referring to the new flat where hed holed up, brooding on whether to prioritise poetry or music. When he ran through a lyric for Graham Bond, who also wanted to collaborate with him, the Great Beast of the Hammond organ told him hed just become a vocalist. It was a fraught transition...."
Keith Richards' memoir LIFE
Weird LA cops,
doctors, artists, killers and hot women:
HBO-BBC TV serial ROME
Andy Summers (The Police) memoir
Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra: Up Close: the Fritz Files [binaural recording]
24: Parallel Stories Must
Converge [Kiefer Sutherland] [TV drama]
No Brasil DVD docu [Seu Jorge, Ivo Meirelles, Margareth Menezes, Silverio
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