The future prophesy reported to surround the highly weird book, Finnegans Wake (1939) can be evidenced here: Chapter 23, page 337. Sounds a lot like Boris Johnson to me, and my sentiment asking for buds, and order. John Bercow anyone. I am incorrigible too. Boris the LOONER, and Boris Johnson the loner. Spot on jim. … Continue reading “Borrisalooner” – James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, Chapter 23. (Page 337)
My broadest respects and thanks to Gregory Arnott for the kind and brilliant review, and for sharing a part of his journey, alongside and within my works. Thank You. --Steve And thanks to Tom Jackson of RAWillumination for the BLOG POST. Gregory Arnott reviews Fly's 'Tale of the Tribe' By Gregory Arnott Special guest blogger … Continue reading Gregory Arnott reviews Fly’s ‘Tale of the Tribe’
DOWNLOAD HERE: BloomPack DOWNLOAD NINJAJAMM HERE: NINJAJAMM For more info go here: https://flyagaric23.com/bloomjamm/ Bloomjamm: A Finnegans Wake NInjajamm Pack Steven Fly: Drums, Guitar, Turntable, Samples Karl Frisby: Bass Guitar Robert Anton Wilson: Vocals Tom Grashion: Pack Programming Tim Egmond: Sample Assistance A sneaky funk expedition through jungles, over oceans and across savannahs, with daubs of electronica. A … Continue reading Bloom Jamm (July Update)
maximum respect to DJ Stephen MC, lighting, camera crew, chief grip and soundancers, and special FX from old bill.
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“What I found out,” says Pyle, “was that there were all these niches and subcultures — dead heads, punk rockers, out-there artists, avant-garde classical musicians, Robert Anton Wilson fans — and within their subcultures ‘Finnegans Wake’ has a lot of importance. ... What I think happened was we were able to bring together a bunch … Continue reading Rockers, artists pay tribute to James Joyce with massive project
Toot and Come-Inn: Cannabis Seeds and Finnegans Wake, and dogs, you dig? By Steve Fly Agaric 23. (Dedicated to Sirius, the dog) -- Is that answers? -- It am queery! -- The house was Toot and Come-Inn by the bridge called Tiltass, but are you solarly salemly sure, beyond the shatter of the canicular year? … Continue reading Toot and Come-Inn: Cannabis Seeds and Finnegans Wake, and dogs, you dig?
McLuhan and Holeopathic Quadrophrenia | The Mouse-That-Roared SyndromeListenBob Dobbs at “Legacy of McLuhan Symposium,” Lincoln Center, Manhattan, sponsored by Fordham University, 28 March 1998by Bob Dobbs(published in The Legacy of McLuhan)Phase 1"…much of III.3 (Book Three, Chapter Three-ed.) is telephone conversation… As III.3 opens with a person named Yawn and III.4 displays the ingress of daylight … Continue reading McLuhan and Holeopathic Quadrophrenia | The Mouse-That-Roared Syndrome by Bob Dobbs