Sunday, February 17, 2019

Remastered RARE footage of the Belle Isle Love-In 1967 w/ John Sinclair

A thousand thank you's to Margaret Krammer and Wayne, and to William Olivas, all who made this available.

"A secret look into the early MC5 at the infamous Belle Isle Love-In!
"This happened a lot when we played at big, highly charged public events," recalls Wayne Kramer, noting the notorious Belle Isle police riot of April 30, 1967, a free concert that Detroit media cast as "Love-In Turns to Hate".
The MC5's original photographer and first tour manager Emil Bacilla shot this rare footage of the band on Wayne Kramer's 19th birthday, April 30th, 1967.
With commentary recorded in 2004 by Wayne Kramer, Dennis "Machine Gun" Thompson , and Michael Davis.
Footage remastered by Margaret Saadi Kramer and William Olivas, 2019.

Friday, February 01, 2019

Resonance radio - Ken Campbell Archive

Daisy Eris Campbell and David Bramwell have worked on Ken's archive, and sampled his one-man shows, which have begun to appear online.  See link below.


‘Everybody You Know Is Some Kind of Arsehole’


Live from Epping Forest: KC performs his penultimate one man show, Ken Campbell’s Meaning of Life — A Letter to Robert Anton Wilson. With additional reminiscences from James Nye.   

Find it on the Frogweb.

You can also find some other recordings of Ken, at Playback Arts.  There are some fascinating and relevant books, there, too.

Haunting the Margins

The Dawdler's Philosophy launched a two hour podcast in November 2018, with Episode 1 on Robert Anton Wilson.

00:07:00 – Margin Haunting, Inc.

00:22:39 – RAW, the Man

00:30:00 – Margin Haunter Attributes/Margin Haunter Conditions

00:46:46 – The Incorrigible Optimist/Model Agnosticism

01:18:06 – Discordianism, Expanded/Correct Answer Machines

01:36:16 – Generalism/Drugs & Openness

They have also done a podcast on Korzybski.


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