HELLO, I LOVE YOU, WON’T YOU TELL ME YOUR NAME?

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HELLO, I LOVE YOU, WON’T YOU TELL ME YOUR NAME?

INTRODUCTION. Welcome to the work of Jude Alderson. Actor/acting coach/writer/director.  An award winning writer and director with 35 yrs poffessional experience working in theatre and film, she is an incisive and brilliant coach,who has worked with many of the greats such as Gary Oldman, Meryl Streep, Karel Reisz , Alan Cox amongst others . Her […]

Essays and poems by Janet Dulin Jones.

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With patriarchy in decline for the last hundred or so years, we have seen the rise of the feminine spirit emerge in many fruitful and fulfilling ways, from the Suffragettes on, and with it, a many fronted attempt to achieve a restoration of balance. We are fortunate and proud to present the brilliant work of […]

YAZIDIS

 Malak-Taus The Peackock Angel YAZIDIS To their sons and daughters who have gone missing and who have been kidnapped, raped, murdered, abducted, taken from their loved ones and held in captivity as slaves. Persecuted down the ages, these people continue to survive intact despite everything thrown at them – recently and in the past: wars, […]

UNDERGROUND COUNTER-CULTURE.

UNDERGROUND COUNTER-CULTURE.

UNDERGROUND COUNTER-CULTURE. Drugs, literature and the British Beatnik-Underground scene.     1. SOHO: The cradle.   A beacon of bohemianism and modernity with a flourishing artistic culture, Soho pulsed like a neon beacon of warm and wild beckoning light, beaming broadly up and down the country in the two-tone twilight world of post-war fifties and […]

THE BLUES.

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THE BLUES.

THE BLUES.   ALL ON ITS OWN. Perhaps, as some have asserted, no other single popular musical form is more important in the twentieth century than the blues, from which stem skiffle, jazz, gospel, soul, rhythm ‘n’ blues and rock and roll , all the way to rap and reggae…. So now let’s stow away […]

SERPENT STRINGS

SERPENT STRINGS ‘BE YE WISE AS SERPENTS AND GENTLE AS DOVES’.  JESUS CHRIST.  ZENITH:WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL.     SERPENT STRINGS AND THE MYSTIC MOISTURE OF INFINITY. From the dive bar temples, incubating the future, now to the spot where the creative frisson of musical youth boiled  and fizzed at the flash -point, and  the stuttering strings of […]

UNDERGROUND FOLK.

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GOLDENMONKEE presents UNDERGROUND FOLK.    PART ONE. INTRODUCTION. To DG, who taught me about folk music… Modern Britain, a small Island, uniquely, elegantly positioned between two continents-situated in the middle so to speak, geographically and historically hitched at the hip to Europe and the ‘Old World‘. Pulled and impelled along by the impetuous and dynamic […]

The Guitar: a brief history.

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 GOLDENMONKEE VOL.2 Continuing THE TWIST IN THE SPIRAL… The evolutionary point where transformation and change erupt! THE GUITAR: A brief history of the instrument and its legacy. Long seen as the cornerstone of Western popular music,  the guitar as a composition piece, is now the melting pot for the music of the world and cannot […]

Hijacked by Humanity

Hijacked by Humanity Political Works by Melissa Klatsia A collection of poems and short philosophical essays aimed at fanning the flames of non-violent revolution “I love not man the less, but nature more.” – Lord Byron, 1812 “Books. Not guns. Culture. Not violence.” – Theo, Louis Garrel, Les Innocents, di Bernaldo Bertolucci, 2003 “The real […]