Tag Archives: Robert Hunter

alchemy and attics: even nice trash finishes last

Arousing the liveliest regret in the dreamer…. The scrap heap of history. The trash heap of history.Discarded and abandoned objects on the pile of the dustheap. Shipwrecked artifacts left to ebb and flow. So, what does ecology, the green movement … Continue reading

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Attics of their mind

Painters across the centuries, the millennia, have always conjured out of their imaginations, fantastic towers and cities which do not exist. Sometimes a product of the subconscious, and sometimes a liberal artistic freedom, these artists created a dream architecture of … Continue reading

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A COUPLE CHINA CAT SUNFLOWERS

China Cat Sunflower is a Grateful Dead ¬†song from the LSD ¬†heyday written by Robert Hunter, about obscure and random observations while on an acid trip.”Look for a while at the China cat sunflower/Proud walking jingle in the midnight sun/Copperdome … Continue reading

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