Feel free to download, read, and share. Sadly, Idiotboy struck, removing pp. 231-236. I happened to have pp. 231-235 from a previous research trip to the library. I stuck them back into the pdf–hence the change of colors from the first three scanned pages to the fourth.
Oh, Idiotboy, where are you now?
For those of you who know me, you know how frustrated I am that T.S. Eliot’s The CRITERION is not readily available for researchers and interested parties. Rather than continue to complain, I’ve decided just to scan the whole darn [feel free to insert a stronger word here] thing and post every issue.
The first one–the October 1923.
Sadly, some idiot at some point in time removed pages 103-106.
I’ll have a review of Magnolia soon, but let me state it’s the best TPT album since WHAT WE HAVE SOWN.
Thanks, Brian Rocha!
THE PINEAPPLE THIEF LAUNCHES “MAGNOLIA” ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE VIDEO|
10th album “Magnolia” out now on Kscope
ENGLAND -U.K. rock troupe, The Pineapple Thief, has launched a clip of the beautiful title track from its new album Magnolia being performed acoustically by frontman Bruce Soord. Check out the video on the band’s Kscope page at:http://www.kscopemusic.com/artists/thepineapplethief or directly on Vimeo at:https://vimeo.com/110921949.
“Here’s a stripped back acoustic version of ‘Magnolia’ I performed in my studio recently,” commented Soord. “All the songs on Magnolia began their life this way, on acoustic guitar and vocal, so it was really nice to go back and play this song again, in the form as it was when it was born.”
Magnolia, which released last September on Kscope, can be purchased…
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In 1968 Jimi Hendrix took the stage at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, and as part of the set introduced a song that had worked its way into the repertoire: “Right now we’re gonna do a song by some real groovy cats, it’s too bad they are breaking up, it’s one of the heaviest groups in the world . . . it’s not sayin’ we can play the thing better than them, it’s just sayin’ we dig the cats and dig this song and we’d like to do it our own way, which will be an instrumental jam.” The song was Sunshine of Your Love, and the group Hendrix referenced was (The) Cream.
Hendrix’s powerful instrumental take on the song caps a double tribute: Cream wrote Sunshine of Your Love on the heels of seeing Jimi Hendrix perform in London, as a response to the jaw-dropping challenge he proposed…
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