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I had only recently discovered the glories of a naked body entwined with mine and, like every sex neophyte since time began, I had figured nothing would ever compare. I was wrong. Continue reading
The most revealing Prince video. Watch it while you can.
Everyone else may hate U2, but Kurt Baumeister will always love them in spite of themselves.
Prince and I did not get off, so to speak, on the good foot. While he would ultimately influence me – both personally and musically – as much as Bowie or the Beatles (my Trinity), his presence initially challenged the most important friendship of my life. Then, it cemented that friendship, and led to funk n’ roll adventures alongside a superstar-in-exile named RuPaul.
What happens when Bob Dylan starts talking to you about the woman he loves? Darren Anderson channels it here.
Why should you and I should be more pretentious? In his soon-to-be released book-length essay, PRETENTIOUSNESS: WHY IT MATTERS (see raves here in the Economist, the Guardian, the Spectator and even Vice), Dan Fox defends it beautifully. “Pretension is permission … Continue reading
The Weeklings editors each pick a favorite David Bowie song for a short recollection spanning his voluminous career.
Davis Schneiderman digs into the crates for a quartet of under-appreciated David Bowie songs.
Flannery O’Connor wanted to jolt you with the violent shock of recognition, in the service of artistic if not spiritual consecration; Coltrane wanted to transcend the insanity altogether, altering consciousness through a profoundly moving colloquy.