Tag Archives: Allen Ginsberg

Aldo Tambellini At Tate Modern

A  year ago on this blog I described seeing the recreation of a 1960s Aldo Tambellini happening in Manhattan on 20 October 2011: …headed up to the Chelsea Museum for a performance of Aldo Tambellini’s Black Zero – a recreation … Continue reading

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Bill Wyman’s Gallery “Art” – Or The Rock Star Considered As A Complete Scumbag

Aside from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones were pretty much the most tedious British Invasion band of the 1960s. Both these acts lacked the mod flash and live excitement of the way superior Who, Small Faces and Creation; not to … Continue reading

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Beatnik religious pursuits part 1, Subud

Although a number of famous American beatnik writers made Buddhism the focus of their spiritual quests, with Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac being the most notable among them, this certainly wasn’t the only avenue of religious pursuit to be explored … Continue reading

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