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In The Beginning
so little rest. All living things must breathe.Oocyte. Ootid. Ovum.Heifer. Cow. The old milk snakestill shedding her skin to nestthrough cloudy brille in the leaflitter of the melaleuca. The bony oarfish, the shinysea monster washed ashore,her thousa
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Headphone Masterpieces
When poet/singer Gil Scott-Heron and pianist/arranger Brian Jackson entered DB Sound in Silver Spring, Maryland to record Winter in America in October of 1973, the world outside the studio doors was in turmoil. Despite the fact that the U.S. had sign
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Three Triptychs
Woke to the “meanerror,” of birds squawkinginside the blue-greyblackpolyphonies of whathappens when we losethe terminologyto determine how badthings really are. Wasthere no way to puncturethe agonizing filmthat kept us all corralledhere? I looked thr