Ever since I first found this blog I've been a fan of your collage work! ...got a link to that interview for us, or was it live only?
aw gee what a dope i ami thought there was a link, i thought it all dumb dayfixing that now
beautiful pictures man! Waiting for the new content! Thanks for this beautiful blog which has put me in touch with so much great music. Guido
love the interview & thanks for the shout out you old dream boat you.
nice work friend! can i ask for any movie recommendations that would flow in the same veins as your imagery and sounds here on this blog??
Oh Papa Flash, you are so learn-ed...such a great interview Flash. It just affirms the reason why I keep returning to your blog on a weekly basis because you know what you're talking about. I found your blog over a year ago while searching for Eden Ahbez and so grateful for finding you ever since. I just trust you, everything you post is awesome and whatever I download from you I listen to it immediately. Most of the time, I end-up obsessing over it and listening to it over and over again. Anyway, Flash I just want you to know in case it's not said enough - I really appreciate what you do here. I love your insight, your writing and of course your music taste...ha!Flash, I'm dedicating this to you - since you were interviewed by a Portuguese radio show. This is my favourite Portuguese singer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFgctURyGp4What I really wanted to send you is this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyTqD9xtdWoshe covered it, but it was banned during Salazar's dictatorship. This is the alternate version of the song:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKe0QVFB2O0Thanks Flash!:)OPS - I bookmarked your website..holy shit...what you have so far is absolutely gorgeous! xxx
Aw shucks, O-- thanks for the kind words. Double-thanks for your trust and the privilege of your audience. Love the music, do have any files in that vein worth sharin' around? Walking trees- I love movies, man. Let me just quickly list a few in line with the art:Three Caballeros, absolutelyBlue Hawaii and Beach Party (and the rest in that Beach Blanket Bingo family)Poirier's Brazza film, among othersShanghai Gestureall 4 Paradjanov filmsKon TikiMurnau and Flaherty's Tabu (haven't seen Moana yet, but it might be good too)The two films of Fritz Lang's "Indian epic"Douglas Fairbanks' Thief of Baghdad and Black Pirate Errol Flynn's Seahawkall Herzog's jungle-themed movies, esp. Aguirre, Fitzcarraldo, Cobra VerdeEisenstein's Que Viva Mexico! is so amazingIf you watch the first 3 or 4 James Bond films and just key into all the exoticist consumer culture they're fascinatingAPOCALYPSE NOWBen Rivers' Heavy Action seriesBarakaThe Mondo films, the one that blew my mind was Mondo magic if you can find itcall me crazy, but I fuckin adore Joe vs The Volcanoand I never miss a chance to recommend ZardozIf you or anyone else out there has a recommendation of great explorer/expedition/exotic/tropical films, along any part of the spectrum of high/low art or documentary/fiction, I would love to know
excellent! thanks for the recommendations!
ok...how about comics/graphic novels in the same vein? anyone? corto maltese?
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