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25 JANUARY 2015

Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream changes his cosmic address

"One of the most influential figures in German rock music, Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream, has died. Froese, who was 70, suffered a pulmonary embolism and died in Vienna on Tuesday."

(The Guardian, 23 January 2014)

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19671970s • ambient music • atmospheric music • audio collagebandCan (band)cast a long shadow • cosmic address • early electronica • Edgar Froese • electrified music • electronic dance music • electronic musicelectronic musicianelectronicaexperimental electronic musicFaust (band) • free-flowing improvisations • German rock musicground-breaking work • Harmonia • influential creatorsinfluential musicianJohn PeelKrautrockminimalist electronica • modern music • motorik • music history • Neu! • pioneers of electronica • progressive rock • psychedelic atmosphere • psychedelic music • pulmonary embolism • Richard Branson • seminal works • spacey • synth-driven sound • synthesized music • Tangerine Dream (band) • tape collage • The GuardianVienna • Virgin label • Virgin Records

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Simon Perkins
06 JUNE 2014

Co-option used to promote ethical consumption practices

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1967advertising analysisanimal farmschickenco-option • Compassion in World Farming (organisation) • consumption practicescrueltyemotive manipulationethical consumptionethical practicesevocative advertising • factory farming practices • farm animal • farm animal welfare • farming • food marketing • food productionintensive agriculture • intensive factory farming • intensive farminglecture formatmarketing communicationmeat production • Nestle Shreddies • poultry • poultry farming • product innovation • product labelling • product rebranding • public presentation • rhetorical fearsystemised crueltywillful ignorance

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Simon Perkins
24 NOVEMBER 2013

Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser (1988)

"Expanding on footage of Monk's 1967 tour shot by Christian Blackwood, Charlotte Zwering (Gimme Shelter) has created the definitive filmic portrait of the master bop pianist–composer. This captivating DVD digs deeper into the life of the famously eccentric pianist–composer ...

Straight, No Chaser fleshes out Monk's character considerably – from his harmonic theories to his use of quarter – tones (produced by hitting two adjacent piano keys simultaneously and occasionally even striking the boards with his entire forearm or his foot) to his mysterious relationship with his patron, baroness Nica de Koenigswarter."

(Vlatko, TopDocumentaryFilms.com)

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16mm19671988archive footageavailable light • Barry Harris • bebop • Ben Riley • black and white • Bob Jones • Bruce Ricker • Charlie Rouse • Charlotte Zwerin • Charlotte Zwering • Christian Blackwood • cinema of the streetClint Eastwood • Dick Hyman • direct cinemadissonancedocumentarydocumentary filmeccentricfilm lighting • filmic portrait • Frank Paccione • harmonic • Harry Colomby • improvised methodinfluential creators • jazz great • jazz masterjazz performancejazz pianist • Jimmy Cleveland • John Coltrane • Johnny Griffin • Juilliard School • Larry Gales • live performancelow light • Malpaso Productions • music documentary • music tour • musical genius • Nellie Monk • Nica De Koenigswarter • offbeat • Phil Woods • pianist-composer • pianoportrait • posthumous interview • Ray Copeland • recording sessionrecording studiorehearsal • Samuel Wright • sixties coolsocial realism • Straight No Chaser (1988) • Teo Macero • Thelonious Monk • Tommy Flanagan • Warner Bros

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Simon Perkins
04 AUGUST 2012

A collection of dramatic images: vintage fashion photographs

A list of weblogs featuring compelling photographs.

Fig.1 Bill Silano for Harper's Bazaar, 1967 from PHOTO Album Collection, 1973.

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1960s19671970s1973a collection of dramatic imagesarresting images • Bill Silano • blog • Charles Matton • collectiondesign formalismfashion blog • Harpers Bazaar • Herbert Levine • photographyTumblrvintage • vintage fashion • vintage imagesvintage photographsvisual communicationvisual dramavisual spectacle

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Simon Perkins
21 JULY 2012

What is WorldCat?

"WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. WorldCat libraries are dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web, where most people start their search for information."

(OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.)

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1967catalogue • content and services • Dewey Decimal Classificationinformationinformation accessinformation networklibrary • library content • library data • library network • library service • library services • member libraries • network of library content and services • OCLC • Ohio • Ohio College Library Center • Online Computer Library Center • online public access catalogue • OPAC • providing access • public access • resources on the Web • search for informationsearch service • WorldCat • WorldCat libraries

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Simon Perkins
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