Kenny Rogers was an American singer mainly known for his work in country music.
Since I have but a flimsy a connection with that genre, my lemma on Mr. Rogers is satisfyingly brief.
However, early in his career, Kenny put out two quirky and interesting records.
“ Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)” (1967)
The first is “
Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)“, a song that reflects the LSD experience and captures the short-lived psychedelic era of the late 1960s.
“ Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town”
Then there is “
Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town“, a song about the male angst of a paralyzed Vietnam war veteran and his wife who goes to town to find a lover.
The “Ruby” song concludes with the darkly ominous words “If I could move I’d get my gun and put her in the ground.” Bit of nasty femicide threat there for ya.
(1969) Time’s Encomium
Charles Wuorinen was an American composer.
He is best-known for
Time’s Encomium (1969), his electronic piece.
McCoy Tyner was an American jazz pianist.
What links McCoy Tyner to the Jahsonic 1000?
Let me tell you.
Among Tyner’s most critically acclaimed albums is
Trident album there is a musical composition called “Impressions” which features a bassline by Ron Carter which was sampled throughout the “ The Choice Is Yours (Revisited)” (1991) by Black Sheep. The sample is well-known in hip hop midst because in fact it is the spine of that song. It is also in the Jahsonic 1000.
Impressions by John Coltrane interpreted by McCoy Tyner. In this song, the Black Sheep sample in at 3:03.
The song “Impressions” is an interpretation of Coltrane’s composition
“ The Choice Is Yours (Revisited)” (1991) by Black Sheep. The bassline if featured throughout.
Peter Wollen was a British film theorist, filmmaker. and political journalist.
(1969) . I’m curious about the middle cover. Signs and Meaning in the Cinema
He is best-known for his book
Signs and Meaning in the Cinema (1969) as well as his marriage to and collaboration with Laura “visual pleasure” Mulvey.
Wollen reads the U.S. Press: “People Magazine” and “Scientific American” in the same breath
Above is an enigmatic video from Paper Tiger Television in which Wollen “reads the U.S. Press: ‘People Magazine’ and ‘Scientific American’ in the Same Breath”.