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semina culture

by Art Chantry ( art@artchantry.com) teri and toni were two of the biggest most popular go-go dancers in the cool los angeles scene of the mid-sixties. i think they introduced the fringe miniskirt to go-go dancing. toni was part of … Continue reading

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LENNON BEDDING-IN: WHY NOT A SECOND TIME?

Looking back into the eyes of hindsight. ……. We can see that John Lennon and his music was able to contradict itself psychologically. The song “Not a Second Time”, recorded by the Beatles in September, 1963, is a good example … Continue reading

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THEY FOUND OUT: Theres a Place That Goes to Nowhere

He saw thinking as a form of intoxication. He recognized that drug-exploration, the pursuit of visionary experience, could be an extension of a rational and intellectual quest: “The dialectics of intoxication are indeed curious,” he wrote. “Is not perhaps all … Continue reading

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Art Is The Mother Of Intention

In 1968 Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention released their seminal recording ”Were Only In It For The Money” which parodied the cover LP art of Apple Records ”Sergeant Pepper’s” Beatles release. The record cover ¬†art was part of … Continue reading

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