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"psychedelia" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Should be a united front in at least around the issues of safety and ethics a consumer reports organizations staffed by people like charlie and other people been around for a long time. that can Say i wouldn't buy from these people but these people are okay before before any before that needs. A manifesto doesn't need an organization yet. It needs people like charlie and you know forty other. Well respected experts. Basically put out you know like john. Perry barlow manifesto about the sovereign rights of the internet. About you know what our expectations are for the next twenty years of psychedelics. That's a good idea early idea and at the same time regardless of what goes on at the high levels of the marketplace one of the just mind blowing transitions that i feel so elated to have lived through in the last decade or so is the fact that now your average person can a pot plant in their backyard. And you know we're getting closer to the day. Where if people want to have an organic relationship with these things on their own terms if he's plants on their own terms. Nobody's going to be kicking in the door because you know someone saw a leaf peeking up over the top of the fence in your backyard like that nonsense like we have. We've made a lot of progress in pushing that back from the distinctly unsettling progress that it's made into our lives over the last few decades but and so in that space opened the there is also room for companies and companies behave the way companies are programmed to behave and we shouldn't be surprised when they do that. You know but regardless of what goes on the markets you know there is also space coming along with this stuff the space for people to grow it on their own and have a relationship with it. That is on their own terms and free of paranoia And i think that is a massive thing that we shouldn't lose sight of you know as the giant companies come trumping into the landscape. Another thing i would like to talk heaps is the good news from this election. There's no question. This country is divided down the middle but every single marijuana and psychedelic issue on every ballot in every state hashtag overwhelmingly and that's with this divided country. So there is something afoot here. And i think that the there's a lot of good stuff going on and films like yours. Pets are really going to help a lot. Because here we have a case tonight with several dozen of us and united the only three that have senior film and look at the discussion that it prompted without even seeing it so well he are waiting sometime. Would you guys in all see it. We'd get together talk about it and that's really the value of what your your work is here. And this is a nine year project with basic. Allow your own money mainly your own money you know. That's what what psychedelic community can do. We don't need huge corporations but when they come around there there are some you know wealthy people who are very conscientious about this and are supporting research. And you know. They're they're finding their inroads are not publicity hounds and so you don't hear about but You know we. We don't want to just totally shut them out. But i think we need to look. Who's behind some as corporation who the ownership is and that way you can figure out a lot more about the mission statement the half but Circling back to how he began tonight. As i'm excited that you're you're film that nobody has seen his sparked so much a very good point i feel so good about it and i mean that's really what i wanna to do. The film right. I want a screen. It can be in a virtual format has to be in a virtual format because of the pandemic But you know my at the thought is. Maybe i should create some sort of discussion guide. Perhaps some of your help and you know. Lay out a couple of these issues that we've been talking about And use the film as a catalyst for discussion a couple of screening coming up all and there's some information on your website right. I'm gonna put that in the program. Why don't you tell us how people can go about seeing this now. Yes so The event Hosted by fluence is starting this saturday. Which is the twenty first. i believe so. You'll you'd be able to watch the film. Between the. I think the twenty first on the twenty ninth so eight day period And then there's a virtual qna on the twenty eighth with myself and Jeff gus and up to spinney. Simon study so they can go to. The florence is website to find that event and sign up. Their website. Is fluence eight. The number eight dot com and you'll you'll you'll see the event on the homepage there. Something that you were in. Because i knew all i yeah i did send you. I believe i sent you a links to tal- you sound link to your your own website and link. I sent them the link to the about page for. You can find a lot of that too. Okay gotcha Yeah so you can sign up through my website but it it'd be easier just direct to fluence For this particular event if you if you begin to come back about a whole bunch of us would love to chat about it with you some time. Oh yeah absolutely love to hear. You know. Mike medals to find other organizations. You know that. Want to host screenings On i can work with with these organizations. You know one by one to kind of find out what they wanna do But is honestly exactly what we just did here. Just we would watch the film on our own time. And you know periods and then have a discussion on zoom. I think that's a great idea. And charlie for a long time. I've been wanting to come into one of these thursday night discussions but monday night discussions but i know what your schedule has been like. Have you slowed down. Because of the pandemic logan tiredly from paul. So yeah i don't have my long tributes at gives me some excerpts on i'd be happy back and well we'll talk about that will definitely set that up in the near future because i really want to catch up. You know i got used to seeing you every month for a while now. That doesn't happen. So yeah yeah. We need to catch up but listen. I've really enjoyed the discussion tonight. I hope that we can all help promote this this film because it's worth worth and and pat will get together with you off. Line was ebbing arranges a screening for one of these Monday night sessions or something like that too. Yeah yeah that'd be girl. Have a long one or two party or something like that. And then have few afterwards. So charlie and maybe julie holland and rick dobelin a few others in here. I can try a few other cats. I hurt now. that'd be awesome. Well listen. I feel like i keep talking for hours. There is so much here. So we're we're definitely going to have you back. I really enjoyed it. And and charlie appreciate you being here tonight. We're going to have it back to my pleasure. Good to see iran and everybody else. A lotta guys. I see thursday or monday and until.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"The experiences. The yeah i yeah i think she has a quote saying you know when westerners started going down to mexico. You know taking the much looking for god's through mushrooms. The the mushrooms lost their power and can never be returned. She said she she did feel that. Like western going down there sort of polluted the space basically. I always heard that as well and sorry to come. Tangentially move conversation. But that's my exact same. Mike qualm with a lot of decriminalization and legalization movements. Yes and i know that's very controversial. With peyote right where. It's a very very rare plant and topsy sacred to the indigenous people and yeah. There's a lot of concern about over overuse of that early. Yeah just i was just gonna say maria being like the the encouraging thing is that when albert hoffman presented her pill suicide even she's she's reported to have said the spirit is in the pill whether or not that's confirmed we don't know but that's hopefully a light ending to that otherwise tragic tragic story a question for charlie that builds off of this discussion As somebody that's really done a lot of research and advocated for the medical ization. How do you feel about the issues. The chris brings up about Kind of letting loose the sacred secret you know into the into the materialist world. Well it's already there. All you to do is walk in. The woods had legal sanction in various cities and one state. Maybe other states will what will will follow. I i think one lesson you'll learn from whatever indigenous culture you look at is these cops have to be treated with great respect. And if you don't you you may end up penguin consequences so as as it proliferates out into the world. More and more people are hearing about and getting interested in having experienced. You know it's gotta be approached with respect and you melody whether it's in a research setting or in your friends living room there needs to be a structure that's acilitator sought the process and keeping in modern times on these. Are you know it's it's not had a dozen adhere to our scientific perspective. Dob as maria. Sabino at say they there are actual spirits in these compounds and and they should not be trifled with or There will be consequences and those are some hard lessons. Some people seem to nate need to learn. Yeah there's another issue which is of more recent origin which has some people concern which is the increasing involvement of a business. In in in this field there is some businesses are setting themselves up as four. Prophets others is not for profits. And it's real dilemma. How to Regardless on one hand there pouring funds and it's moving the failed four on the other hand should dumb you know. Wealthy individuals exploit this area to to guard more profit for themselves that not. That's problematic will. I think we'll need more attention as as we move forward in time. Yeah i i was shocked. I read an article just recently. And i had no idea they were like twelve thirteen. Fourteen different companies Many of which have gone public many which have big funding. Yeah and i'm i'm just i i don't know what to make of it. It's a concern and what one thing i'm concerned about is seen some evidence. Is that in water. You know the need to optimize prophet. You reduce costs. And what does that mean. You downgrade the The number of preparatory sessions at integrative sessions you lower whatever standards you're working with on the this could create a scenario where individuals are are more vulnerable to having some difficulties with experience right. Yeah there's a great article about that Like i'm andrew penn who's at Uc san francisco and It was out on the Crooner newsletter recently But he he calls for keeping the human element of in psychedelic psychotherapy. Very kind of talk about this strange new world. Where like you say. It's made cheaper available. Maybe through an app some sort of electronic means and he argues for the importance of keeping of the therapist ride in in the experience and that that's enormously important in. How is that going to be integrated into this business model. You know another challenge. Is we have a pandemic going on. A lot of the studies have been suspended temporarily but As we go back into the the treatment room are some. I kind of troubling suggestions. Such such as nocera is present. Just a therapist on zoom. Had i i i would really. I think there's something about that that human presence the the you've been contact and sometimes there's a need for gentle touch on a shoulder. Someone is starting to angst out starting to kind of get an obsessive loop gentle reassurance with the gentle appropriate touchy. You can't do that with a patient all alone in a row with a An internet hookup law should require that all therapist beat three people have a heart and soul and the other weird thing is like. I guess the the only way you can make money in pharmaceutical Industry is the patent something other creating these like sort of hybrid medicines. Were it'll be like ketamine mixed with something else or so cyber mix or something else. I don't know. I just you know they have to create something new right you can't. It's a rescue money. So simon shoot around commercialization of psychedelics. Piggly psychedelic therapy is going to be a disaster. I was involved in the internet purse number of years before the web came around and when the web came around and it was the first year was there were under the old laws rules. No commercialization and us old timers really. Fought it now picture the web today if there is no spam no advertising and and nobody tracking you. That's the old internet now. That's commercialization has brought all of the stuff that we have right now that we don't like This guy technology would have developed with mersal. Asian gertz ways. I'm sure One of the the In the old days that the big corporations had against commercialization is that no. Who are we gonna pay people to build these websites. Nobody realize people would do this for free. it's there's something strange goes on there and commercialize it. Then all the worms come out and everything and i'm afraid that was psychedelics. That the same thing not be there so ardo put i think our our role should be to kind of push back a little bit and make sure at least there. S in these therapies and ruby. Not just going. Africa buck bike. You're saying that you know maps. At least sean that you should never have more than two or three sessions So that's the you know they're they're you know so far. That's what their studies have shown. As far as i know But you know you can't keep selling a pill every day to people Psychedelic therapy so there's gonna be some strange stuff happening right. Well this is where resisting. The internal rivalries that pat was describing in the in the community is going to be really important as As we progress you know. It's one thing to call attention to issues and manage things within the house. It's another thing to have you know internal power struggles bickering when there's this larger structure. That's you know trying to inch. Its way in.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"That have joined up participating and there's a real active community of local psychedelic societies from several organizations back to the person who's really doing all the moderation on on our discord channel is the head of are involved in the minneapolis. Second titans help Get some of our Interviewers here You know speaking engagements in some of the psychedelic society. So i suggest you go out there and don't be bashful just introduce yourself and say hey you you get screenings going here because you know this if i have to admit i get approach. The for things like this Fairly and and it's not very often. I get really struck by one that You grabbing this very very good in asia here hasn't seen it so does anybody have any questions about the this From out of the blue. Here chris is that you go ahead sorry. I'm completely unfamiliar with the work and Rehash is public knowledge But i'm just curious before you started making movie Like how involved were you in. The world naturally psychedelics in general and feel free to not answer this last carpet like what degree personally says three you have and how do you feel. It's impacted your life Yes i i was not When i started making the film was not very involved in the community I had had my experiences but This was a sort of new world to me. I was only twenty one years old too so i was only senior college. And then you know. I'd say I had had a fair amount of a personal experiences. And those have kind of stuck with me so much so that i don't really feel the need to Repeat because you know. They were quite profound and i feel like the insights that i gained from those. I'll sort of carry with me forever yet. I can definitely appreciate the whole like once. You get the message yet. There's a great. I think alan watts made the comparison of the microscope. And you know. The scientist doesn't in the microscope. Opens up a whole new worlds. But don't spend all your time look into the microscope Take what you've learned. You bring back to the real world that that's something. I really do. Think interesting extension in the metaphor. is that an old. Scientists doesn't throw away her microscope. She keeps in the back of her closets. Young out and every once in a while the time is right it out. I sure sure like my friend bill. Radzinski is to say is that Any said this about watch cases. I is the only medicine that gives homework. And that's that's the that's the story you know it's something you don't you can't keep doing it because you got so much homework to do before you get back to class at you mentioned been for this version of the Lease putting out. You know you find material and sort of put out a new version. Like i'm curious. What how much of the film did you have to change in order to be able to release it as a new version in fritz and not be just the other version that was tied up with promoter. Yeah i would say Roughly about twenty percent Yeah and i would say kind of that. Eighty twenty rule. It's like i. I changed twenty percent of it. I think it made it. Eighty percent better But yeah mainly new interviews with dobelin and the other two and n numb yet. Just really nice. New archival material to You know one of which i think re emphasizing the role the cia in in the beautiful they played and really ironically starting the counterculture Lot of people like to blame leary. And and the hippies and ken keesey but it really started with the cia and that was kind of like a big revelation. I felt like it was really important to fit into this new version. This is. This is one of the first films that i've seen. That really makes it very clear that ken. Casey had his first trip from the cia. You can't blame ken. Casey exactly and you know there's a clip in the film of timothy leary saying you know. I give complete and total credit to the cia. For launching the consciousness movement of the sixties. i think. He's being provocative like he liked to do. But but it's true. And also gordon watson who quote unquote discovered that much down mexico. His trips were infiltrated by the cia in. They were interested in mushrooms You know as a mind control weapon. And and i believe they race with our hoffman to figure out what was the ingredient that made it a psychedelic. Doesn't that was still sivan. But i believe the cia chemists were were basically racing with our hoffman to figure that out so as they you know because and they sponsored watson's trips down to mexico so and a lot of ways and if it weren't for the cia watson never would've went down to mexico. He never would've written that life magazine article. Which is what timothy leary. How timothy leary. I got interested in this. I reading that life magazine article. We spent a lot of controversy about whether the last was actually a covert agent but from from pick line. Out of that Talk with that. That knew him at least purposely. And things i've read he was taken honestly. I don't think he knew about. I think he used his innocent suspect. Something we all were very innocent back then not realize how how nobody could believe the government would do something like m. fail farrell's you're you're by. I have a question Both for pad and for charlie It seems like the last couple years we've achieved this kind of critical massive real one on one level of information about psychedelics. Whether it was pollen's book or have a good trip on and other things and i think we're just starting to see some good. You know two or three hundred level things come out like The wild kindness By a bet williams is a great answer to pollen. So my question for both of you is what are the conversations that we think have been done to death in the psychedelic co Community that the mainstream still needs to hear and then the the the corollary follow up to that is what are the conversations that need to be introduced to move the understanding of these medicines forward. I couldn't try Well i think the mainstream was heavily influenced by the propaganda wars of the sixties and the seventies which tar these compounds being terribly dangerous had not not safe under any circumstances so i think just kind just reestablishing that under optimal conditions. The these compounds can be used. Safely is an important message to continue to to convey and what was the second part of the question. What are the what are the next level topics that needs to be placed into the into the world well You know the field in the last couple of years probably catalyzed by the tolin. Buck has really come to lights. There's funding on a level. That's never been present before new. Investigators one to jump into the game. You have the oregon initiative it's It's a rapidly changing world. And i think it's important that as quickly as we wanna move with this. We also exert some caution and just be careful. And so i think gum within the field there needs to be some good discussions on. How do you optimize safety. And also discussions on.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Something that they can show to their grandkids. They might have to skip their children. Who might be more conservative. But i think it's a way to kind of cross generational thing And it's it's the other direction is where Some young people who are really engaged Beginning expiration psychedelics can can take this film to their grandparents and say hey were you involved. What do you get. Some family dialogues going. I hope exactly. Yeah and that was really one of my intentions in in making the film you know i kind of the audience. I had in mind or were people who were new to this story. And to. Maybe associate lsd with you. Know bad trips they read about in in the sixties and seventies in the newspapers or blending up in insane asylums in all all the rhetoric that that was going on at that time. And i think people would be really fascinated to learn that before. All that happened. It was being used by psychiatrists sent at harvard university. You know the the illogical students. And i just felt like i wanted to kind of. It's almost psychedelics. Won the the film. Assuming people have no knowledge of this topic and sort of trying to encapsulate the whole story in one hour. Well you know the subtitle your film relate captured to. It's the the mystical experience that we're talking about. And that moves the whole discussion into a different area for a lot of people to And you didn't avoid the negative. I was pleased with that. And unlike so many of these other things documentaries. I've seen you. You seem to get everything right. At least according to me you know and i've been wrong about things so i don't say it's absolute but i think he didn't. Your research was really solid. Did you feel the same way. Charlie as you and i are probably only to. That scene said i thought him snoring while factually accurate. It had just the right town hall of you've been now. when did you finish it. What have you been doing since it's a been done. Yeah so it's it's kinda funny story so i. I actually finished aversion about five years ago. and that played at film festivals in at one best documentary award at at one of those festivals And it was picked up by what's called sales agent which is somebody that represents the film and tries to get it on television to streaming platform or something like that and not really know anything about like the business of film distribution. I signed the rights over guy. I didn't know very well And nothing materialized with that But he had the rights for three years so from around twenty. Sixteen i think is my signed it over to twenty nineteen and the rights were tied up with the sales agent who wasn't producing results and wasn't really giving it the care that i think it needed And aetna pollen's book came out. I think in twenty eighteen microns book if people were coming to me being like. Did you know that psychedelic sir being used at nyu. Yeah i spent like forever making a movie about this. And so i just realized i gotta get this thing out here so i did a new version And i interviewed. Rick dobelin julie holland and One of the researchers at hopkins named catherine mclean and i found some new archival material to incorporate. Just kinda tighten the story so this is really a new version. New revised version of that film festival version from a few years ago and Yet just in the beginning stages of being rolled out now and and. How are you doing that Things like this interviews like this yet. So we're doing a virtual screening event with An organization called fluence. Ding do education training So starting on saturday. If you purchase a ticket to this event you can watch the film On your own time for about a week long period and then we're going to be doing virtual q a On the twenty eighth of november. And now we'll be with jeff gusts from the nyu research team And one of the participants of the whole simon study. Have you sent me links to those those events already. Yes i think i have. Okay come back. Because i want the program notes for. Yeah yeah that'd be great. So yeah that that's the first kickoff event And my goals to partner with other organizations and psychedelic societies to put together a bunch of these events in upright start..
"psychedelia" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"I particularly appreciated the the emphasis you gave to the indigenous us in the ancient history. Because i think that's often lost in a shop for the look at some other efforts to look at this topic. The field either started in the fifties or even worse yet just started ten years ago and i think to acknowledge really the the extraordinary contribution from indigenous people through throughout the ages. Preserving the house the mysteries Of these extraordinary plants. So i think did a great job with that part as well as the rest. But i'll also mentioned the visuals unit. Were wonderful i. I don't know why archive you you did it. Deep dive into he came up with some priceless Visuals intend to back the the dialogues. Yep thank you and Yeah a lot of that. Was you know. I went to nature and Doing a lot of time. Lapses and and making things out of focus Come into focus and Fiddling with like time and space as it pertains to nature seemed to kind of communicate the experiences that these people were were describing So that was just out in the woods. Something a lot of nature footage over many different seasons and in many years and gave it a feeling a sense of psychedelic experience. That wouldn't scare people off. You know people have never had one I i would say that. Probably twenty percent of the people that listened to my podcast on the salon have never used psychedelics. And most of them really aren't sure they ever will. But they're so curious about it and your your. Your film is really a a. It's sort of like you know. ma is to psychedelics. It's an easy way to get this out. Yeah i think that You know that right now. The the fastest growing segment in cannabis use is age. Sixty five and older. And i think this is. This is a film that will touch a lot of the baby boomer's I'm part of the forgotten generation of older than boomer seiken poorly about the boomers. Yeah.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Chips greetings from cyber space suits lorenzo. And i'm your host here in the second. Alex sean and in this past monday nights live salon. Our guests were pat murphy and charlie grove and while the focus of our discussion with past new film we kinda strayed from that a bit every once in awhile but his new film titled psychedelia the history and science of mystical experience. Now this coming. Saturday november twenty eighth. There's going to be a forty five minute. Live question and answer session at two o'clock eastern time and this event is being hosted by fluence and is going to include pat along with one of the participants in recent psychedelic. Research study now. A small fee is being charged for this. But it's also going to provide you with access to watch the film for a full week after the session. One of the takeaways from this conversation with pat and charlie that i got is How persistence can pay off. Even if you don't have access to significant resources as you hear pat began this project when he was still a at nyu but it's taken him nine years to get to this first. Virtual live screening is going to take place saturday. Now when i washed a pre release edited this film. I had no idea about what went into. Its making i just assumed. Pat was a season old documentary filmmaker. But as i watched it my impression was that a large and well funded crew had made it. You can't imagine my surprise when i heard the full story as you will in just a moment. In my opinion this is an excellent film. You want to introduce somebody to the second secondary community. Somebody who has no idea about what psychedelics are all about. Well i can't remember seeing a better film to show him this one. It takes you from the ancient use of psychedelics. Right up through today's impressive medical research projects along with testimonials from people who participated in these programs. So even if you can't join the queue in program on saturday. I think it'll really be worth your time to watch this impressive film. I put a link to that event in the program notes for this podcast which you will find that second. Alex long dot com and under that link is a discount code that you can use. Should you decide to support this young filmmaker. Now.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Unorthodox
"I don't know if this is a summer episode or not feels summary. This is an orthodontic universe leading Jewish podcast. I'm your host mark. Alvin Heimer joined by two other hosts, the regular other host. The CO hosts tablet deputy editor, Stephanie Neck Hello and the editor at large Liel Liebowitz. The other other host other host this week on Unorthodox. We bring you an episode. That's been in the works for a long long time and that I feel is actually going to really hit the sweet spot for. For a lot of people at a time when we're all sort of saying, what is our most authentic self? What is our relationship to the universe How do we really look inwards for who we want be and what our deepest values are, and the reality is that for some people not for all people, but for some people one avenue to that kind of introspection to that kind of spiritual engagement is psychedelic drugs. And we've been working for quite some time on a special. Look at Jews and Psychedelia, so here's where I should say that if you are worried about listening to a podcast that speaks of drugs, warmly and positively, or if your own recovery journey, maybe it would not be healthy for you to listen to such a podcast. You should skip this week's episode, but if you're intrigued to hear our take on how Jewishness might inform psychedelic use, or how psychedelic drugs in a Jewish context can help you grapple with spiritual and moral questions. Then I hope you'll stick with us because I think we have a pretty special episode for you. So here's what I'd like to I'd like to get the news of the juice. I I'd like to look outside of our basement studios and look at the world, and what's going on with Jews out there in the world, and then once we've covered that territory. I would like to look inwards and begin talking about Jews and PSYCHEDELIA. How does that work for You Stephanie? Only L., chill. Yes, once we've done talking about this. We'd like to put on a fish album. Stare at the wall. Get really groovy man like..
Desert Island Recordings - Iron Curtain Innocence by Bobb Trimble
"As idiosyncratic and hyperbolic as we absolutely always are. We certainly are not the only Bob Trimble apologists in the realm of music writing a quote from the Private Press Bible. Acid archives starts with this description by Aaron Molinski on Bob Tremble. I will make the bold claim that Bob Trimble's to albums are the best self released albums not just of the eighties and not just the psych genre but possibly in all of rock. Bob's music is able to bring a listener into a new and bizarre world in mere seconds while both his first album and his second harvest of dreams our other worldly masterworks of detached Psychedelia today with to focus on the first. There are so many amazing private press albums that are true. `Isolation Records Nineteen Eighties Iron Curtain. Innocence is a perfect example for this case study because of its utterly unique sound and the decent amount of information available about the record which helps us a lot. It's a story that can be told with realistic honesty whereas so many other private press record just rumors and tall tales. In the beginning Bob Dribble owned just three rock and roll records the Beatles second album more of the monkees and dot records oldies collection featuring the Classic Sea of love by Phil Phillips. These record carry a weight that would mold trimble sound the Beatles buoyant harmonies the Monkees Mirth full melodies Phillips's soul-stirring reverb growing up in central Massachusetts. Trimble would eventually play in bands in high school and would end up on the outskirts of Forster's worm town scene which was primarily known for punk music. Trimble worked at his dad's bicycle shop in poured all his money into studio recordings and eventually into getting his records pressed Iron Curtain. Innocence started its journey. When Trimble wrote a song that he thought would make for great single one mile from Heaven. He firmly believe it would be the track that brought him recognition. It was also one of the first songs he'd ever written. He went to a nearby studio called country. Thunder sound and recorded a couple of versions of the song a longer and more complete version and a shorter more radio friendly version. The song he recorded for the B. side was called killed the hands of an unknown Rockstar. When Trimble received the completed forty five. He was disappointed with a hollow tinny sound and decided not to release it dismayed he thought about hanging it up and stopped recording for about a year stating. I just didn't think my songs were original enough and different enough boy howdy. He came back with a redefined vision of originality. He went to a couple other studios and recorded an album's worth of material iron curtain. Innocence was recorded without a band. Despite the violent reactions being credited on the record sleeve is just Bob with a couple of the studio engineers helping out on Bass and drums the recording is rudimentary and Lo fi. But at the same time it is distinctly layered with Beatles soundtracks and sprinkles of Mug embedded throughout. The engineer seemed to be excited to fully humor all of the bizarre studio request as a break from their normal home desires of the usual patrons where the drums are obviously vanilla. The Guitar is very distinct. For young. Inauspicious musician Trimble. Truly had a remarkable guitar sound that is fully realized in instantly recognisable which is certainly an exception from the typical boilerplate instrumentation and most private press records. Hell even a lot of the major label stuff too for that matter. Triples voice is without question the most enticing factor on the record a Martian Siren. Song that has a exotic glassy feminine presence. That soaks a room in dizzying desperation. Reality Tearing beautiful for certain but also very cold it's much closer to Marc Bolan. Warbling as he's using his feather boa to restrict his air pipe during auto erotic fixation or severe trying his hand at opera than it is to any of his beloved sixties Silky vocalist. The lyrics reek of loneliness. But in a clove smoking teenage poet sense more than a man at the end of his rope. Tired tropes and tiny fragments of generic psychedelic. Forgeries are present but still packing a motive punch when joined with Eleftherios. Voice and the scintillating guitar originally called World of Lies Trimble settled on the title Iron Curtain. Innocence as a on the ever presence of the Cold War a theme. That never seems to come up in the actual lyrics. Trimble had five hundred. Copies pressed bought the first three hundred and disbursed them as best he could. By hawking them at local record shops getting them in the hands of college radio deejays and giving them to friends and Family
"psychedelia" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"And we can't go very far without mentioning graeme edge because Graham was the drummer. But it's so much more rope beautiful poetry that became part of the fabric of the Moody Blues as they progressed. And I think this point he is the sole remaining member active member still in the fall. Even though they haven't really done much in quite some time you know no. I don't tell me. Let me ask you a question. Yeah when you look at Progressive Rock as a whole. What are the Moody Blues? Mean to you in the Pantheon of progressive bands. Before I started doing this podcast they were a part of the Progressive Rock Group. But they always seem to be outsiders for some reason and I never knew why they encompass more psychedelia which you can feel and here in their music and their lyrics openly openly and preparing for this episode. I learned a little bit more. About the in depth the stories behind that versus some of the other prog rockers. In the business where they were a lot more straight edge and the Moody Blues were very open about their use of Psychedelia to expand the mind into question things but then to tell stories in a bazaar yet beautiful way in Song visionary in a Lotta ways airy much. Let's stop because you mentioned straight edge and you're thinking of as street edge then is different from what straight edge would be considered today. I don't know I think when I listened to some of the other early progressive bands I hear a lot of trippy stuff in there too. So it's tough to say but I think he whole concept of Progressive Rock spins off of the idea of getting away from the norm. Doing your thing however far out it gets and then finding way to come back a little bit kinda like acid trips chesler.
Pop Music's Past Is Crowding Out Its Present
"Will host Nate Wilcox and today we're joined by Simon Reynolds the author Retro Mania Pop Culture's addiction to its own past ask Simon Welcome. Thanks for having me on your podcast. It's a pleasure. This book made a big impression on me when it first came out and I'm looking forward to discussing it with you a decade after its publication or not quite a decade. I guess but Close now I can look back at the teens as well as the knots. But the fundamental argument every book which definitely jibed with. What I was feeling intuitively? was that in the beginning direction. You say I'm I'm what am imagining isn't a cataclysm. So much as a gradual wind down this is the white pop ends not with a bang but with a box set whose fourth disc never get around to plane and overprice a price ticket to the track by track. Re staging of the pixies pavement album. You play to death your first year at university if the pulse of now felt weaker with each passing year. That's because in the two thousands. The POP president became evermore crowded out by the past whether in the form of archive memories of yesteryear or retro. Rock leaching off ancient styles. So that's Kinda the thing we wanted to discuss is do you think that's still true I think everything that I write about in Richmond is still still going on Still a lot of reissuing as the festival lineups Overcrowded with people called legacy acts Either accident never a very old. Never stop playing Obama that re reunited because there is this sort of lucrative circuit now for reunion is There's a lot of younger bands who music is a kind of pastiche. Oh pick a mix of things will be all sides and beyond music as you know. TV reboot send and film franchise is based on you know quite old comic books. All beloved films from the seventies you know just endlessly get get anew the Prequel Aura. post-coup added to it So everytime I write about in the book is still going. It doesn't feel as oppressive to me. It feels like this quite a lot. More really contemporary sounding music and very digital sounding music. That feels two thousand and ten minutes. It's five so I wouldn't say I'm quite as gloomy as I was when I wrote the book but at the time writing the bogey felt we were inundated not by the past and it was this sense of. Yeah as I put it in the intro of being over the present been crowded out there. Were all these things competing for your attention and And a lot of emphasis sort of you know people dealing with these new online Al-Qods essentially repub kind of amateur amateur archives. Youtube is kind of amateur. Archive has very current. This minute kind of things in it as well but a lot of youtube content and was especially seemed to be the case in the early days of Youtube was old crap. You know that someone you know someone did a comp- you know someone's GonNa Compilation of beloved TV commercials from Nineteen Seventies UK. Kept some old pop shows as you know. Strange documentaries will never been shown since they were first ad in the in the seventies or eighties. So there it was always rich Israeli which is kind of rich as you could get lost in and That that's still going on but I feel I feel a bit more. I'm excited about music. At least I feel. There is me the fields current united feels like very now and this'll be a little bit past a ton this show airs but just yesterday. We had a controversy on twitter. Billy Irish Pretty young pop. Upswing are not knowing who van Halen was and boomer and Gen Xer van Halen fans just being a gas What did you make that you follow it out? Little Kerfluffle at all is funny on might sort of twitter feed and facebook. Everyone's like I haven't seen anyone like making fun of weather will like. Why should she know who are some of them are like old new wave? Like van Halen was shit anyway so I haven't seen anyone you know maybe moving different circles. I'm I was. I was surprised she had never heard jump. You know because that's on the radio still and it's like an old time American classic classic but Yeah why would she know. Who'd been having? I mean she probably heard and let me read the you know. The name has not stock forever reason. Yeah she's a completely different different generation. I think we probably will see tweet with someone. Says it's like someone in Van. HALEN's Day you know not knowing who Luke Benny Goodman or some sort of swing. Jazz was excise the time difference. You know that seems pretty on the money. Why would a seventeen year old when eighteen year old? Whatever she is now be aware of Finland Particularly didn't it didn't seem like You Know I. I haven't seen mcclay but I got the impression that she was kind of saying. That kind of amused self deprecating way. It wasn't like some got shallow. Shell like where you know So in quarter hour you know you say you're a musician get you've never heard of Eddie. Van Halen's legendary tap fret tapping pinged guitar technique. You know. She says she's the modern Vanhanen but she's from La I live in south South Pasadena and I think Bannon came from Pasadena. She sort of in the you know she's a modern. La Music making making music actually defunding with her brother. The van Halen had two brothers into nine and so she doing interesting new things that are very involved in the now. You know they they that success is is Is using the latest online media through a tick. Talking Elise ways kids find out things. My youngest kid is crazy into the EILLY. So you know it's it's a bright new tomorrow where Van Halen are a little footnote and wash you know. Why should they care? Yeah Yeah I took it as a good sign That your arguments not not that. I'm against your arguments with just that you worrying about in the book that the pass was right now the future and it seems like this current generation of kids who as a parent. It's it's interesting. They have such a different relationship with popular culture than we had as Gen xers a you are in Britain. I was in the states growing up but you know we were soaking and decades of reruns and old movies that were on. TV that we might have anywhere from three three to fifty channels. But still you're flipping through and you're going to see Humphrey Barton and you're gonNA see Benny Goodman. And you're going to see Frank Sinatra and kids today everything they Z.. Is Pretty much selected. And so I'm actually sort of worrying that the musical history is being lost for the new generation. But let's let's stick to the a book though and and how much different stories like for instance a often anecdotally through friends and seeing what their kids into you view is always about how a particular kid eleven ever is just crazy about the Beatles unknown and just just listen to the Beatles so I think it's all for them to discover I. I suspect what it is. Is this thing I write about in the book. kool-aid temporary where the chronology music is. All jumbled up and and on things that are very old that might pop into their world through whatever means sort of things that I'd presence and they don't necessarily have a sense of the chronology Iraq history when I was getting into music. It was a fairly simple chronology rock and roll the Beatles and the stones You Know Glam Rock Bowie Psychedelia before that and then punk and you could sort of understand is only three stages of history that you can get basic you know you can understand the paragraph Really and a few song examples but now the music history so sprawling and Dan things that have been left out of history of been readmitted you know like disco is very celebrated. Now is as an important era music and prog. Ross has been rehabilitated. Is No longer this thing that you know Pumpkin. You I've said was a complete waste land. I grew up with that idea. That was completely. 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"psychedelia" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"There's been a vein that has run through this show since art bell laid out the the blueprint for it for something which we can it collectively refer to as high strangeness that can be a lot of different things to different people for some people it's discussions about inter dimensional beings it's kind of a catch all phrase used for psychedelia drug experiments but just as much for say like the Gen or demons ghosts whatever isn't quite crypto whatever isn't quite para if it's para crypto it's probably high strangeness and and many people have been you know keeping that flame burning on coast to coast George Knapp does a lot he he revisits a high strangeness all the time on coast to coast AM as judge does George nori but I think tonight we're gonna go back to its roots before there was high strangeness on coast to coast there was high weirdness the term with an older pedigree than the one we use Eric Davis is written a book with that as its main title it's about drugs esoterica and the visionary experience in the night in the seventies and in the seventies we see this pivot right from what happened in the sixties to it earlier version of what we might call the awareness of high strangeness that we have today in the argument of Eric Davis there are three books that are responsible for that we'll talk about that with him coming up a little bit later on this hour but also I think a place where you can always go for the latest news in high strangeness is it coast to coast AM dot com and as he is wanted to do on Fridays Tim but all will give us an update on the three biggest stories of high strangeness this week next on coast to coast AM in for George nori this is Ian Punnett.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"I love this record. It don't hinder me a summer anthem. I think that's again you know the joy the humor the energies they're one of the things you love hearing on the beach and then you dig a little deeper and you realize hey. It's not just diddy there yeah. There's something more going on. We actually been to a beach this summer. I have not now nordby the concept Islam not in beach mode anymore. You know more in back porch mode when I'm talking about summer I nobody wants to invite you over to their pool. The next one I got to give a shoutout to Alex clayborn our producer who's been for a couple for years now right Alex and Alex nodding over there <hes> aramark is I've been tracking these A._p.'s as well really liked him. I gotta say the new song though is what really knocked me out. It's called what if <hes> there's an exoticism about her music. That would be there even if I didn't know that she has lived in India Germany Brazil Nepal as well as in the U._S.. She is a multicultural type of artists and she's drawing on on all those kinds of traditions. You know the head bobbing groove the strings the layered vocals it sounds sophisticated but not in kind of stuffy way and kind of re breezy way. Dare I mentioned the name Shoddy. I was GONNA say Salon Orange but shoddy is Schultz. It's the same spectrum same same set of influences multi-culture sound sort of plays. Well you know at dinner parties but also something you dance do something you can input slap the headphones on and get another couple of layers out of it amber. Mark has those qualities in her music and I think it's especially true of this new single. What if unsound opinions such Louis Payment Exactly <music> UH stage Tustin pay please make even in Taunton fit a lot choice that is amber mark with what if one of my buried treasures Jim? What have you got next Greg? I'm going to a tiny town outside of Nashville for the first single from an album. That's coming out of the end of the month state of gold. The artist is in Ferguson and he is a psychedelic cowboy. A second cowboy who was also fascinated with outer space. <hes> one man band engineered zone recording played all the instruments wonderful full. <hes> you know Roussy Psychedelia country meets that that that transport you to another world goal of the Best Psychedelic rock think long writers think Gram Parsons at times with the birds <hes> but he also has fascinated with space. He made this long video at one point <hes> paying homage to George Millais right. You know the famous moon with the rocket in its I so this song state of gold is about traveling to a place you thought you would never get and I thought you know <unk> as we're celebrating the anniversary of the of the humankind walking on the Moon Apollo eleven in this whole thing you know I think in his case it's it's getting out of small town Tennessee and connecting. He is a huge in the D._I._Y.. Seen in Nashville how shows planet art galleries like one step above busking on the street and I love the ambition in the music I love the the Psychedelia and you know what what Psychedelic rocker is in love with outerspace. I'm in love with outer space the last couple of weeks watching all that footage again. I'm five again and getting an watching <hes> the moon landing I I love this state of Gold Ian Ferguson on Saturday <music> <music> <music>. <music> in Ferguson he says that song is about going to a place. You've never been before physically and mentally I'm down metric. I think the background vocals and that <hes> track argest <hes> freaking me out and waste. There's some going on there. It's kind of this weird haunting by that <hes>. If you just isolated those tracks you would have something kind of very spooky going well in space. No one can hear you screen young Mr Kat what this week we have got evil Walker sharing a couple of her buried treasures picks. She hosts audio oasis a show focusing on music of the Pacific northwest at Seattle's K. E. X. P.. Hey Eva welcome to sound opinions <music>..
"psychedelia" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"We are given a ten play and structures that tend me into a commodity my energy into a commodity my consciousness into a commodity. And none of the things I'm feeling why suspected I had the capacity if you'll even before this was unlocked by this substance on KYW at four. All you got nothing to do with that. So it just spills out into sort of wild psychedelia that you don't know how to deal with subsequently through yoga and meditation. I experienced I'm surprised when you said, and I would dispute what you said about not having felt Greis and not having ever felt free from the shackles of your tie egotism ease fries bit let That, that. you know about like for me, I experience it fleetingly. If I kind of do one told if I you know of help people when be calling than putting things bicyc-, and when I feel I Russia fair, and I am reminded of of that kind of Krisztian ideas. I would kind of would previously refu- on. I mean, literally Christine as in go hang out with pull people go hang out with the homeless go be loving, go through God's work. What would do if God were here? And you know, when you talk of your literal by graphical experiences of being wave homes. This is a sort of realization of love and a way of accessing of love and connection. And then when you saw of Aloi that to these what you call Chamonix modalities one can soft start of form, an abiding perspective that is both social and personal and one imagines that perhaps we have created fruit society for what is society butter. Patten patterns that reward behaviors in patents within us that are are the negligent or detrimental toxic of psychopathic. Do you think of many of the people that are in positions of power and the structures that surround them in the structures that they perpetuate that these all the product of negative malevolent thinking on the Aucoin of spiritual shift taking place on an individual level. If significantly spread could bring about the kind of change that's required. And indeed would be cool revolution. Well, so when I look at the people who are in power and is interesting because I was listening to you Catherine Peterson. And he and he was kind of rationalizing the existence of hierarchies and banana look at actually who forms the epochs of the hierarchy in our society is largely traumatized people. For example. If you believe you're living, a horrible world, how you're going to be you have to be aggressive grandiose, paranoid selfish. In other words, you'll be the president of the United States because he's the one who said in so many words that the world is a horrible place. And that's the world. He lives in the boot of set twenty years ago that was our minds recreate the world. Yeah. But my contention is the before the rhythm is you create the world the world create minds and Trump's brain was formed in a family where he was demeaned and punished and attacked and humiliated by his father and. So he believes he lives in the horrible world. That's what he acts out and his brother drag himself to death. So is these traumatized people my his opponent that could go into that was also tonal toughest and by saying the inhale Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump over to traumatize people fighting to govern traumatized world is exactly what I'm saying. And and Hillary's drama showed up in when she had pneumonia. She wouldn't even knowledge it because it's a child she'd been taught she had to suck up her pain. She mustn't be vulnerable. She puts up with the philanderings of her husband who says much of.
"psychedelia" Discussed on High Noon
"Close. Here to admit way behind on south. Now. The internet has got loads of laughs from gritty, the new Philadelphia Flyers mascot that ironically looks something psychedelia that's been interviewed the crater greedy by the way. And it's very interesting while reading, I realized that the internet and I were laughing at different things, you guys were laughing at the actual mascot. I thought we were laughing at the fact that they actually call the damn thing gritty, how much more hockey guy is it then do name your mascot? Gritty? Does he have a sidekick name? Deceptive speed is there, is there toughness? What are the other guys that they could have their? Because I feel like the big things go have greedy do greedy is go to tell you one day, and I really hate watching basketball, but I love college basketball rate. Great. But this does remind me like gritty, his kind of the Stephen Colbert type nominal got the in phenomenon for those who are more familiar with the ladder because some people like it because it's a satire, other people just think it's wonderful and all its sincerity. It's gritty sincerity, which is name is great. Ready. The snow, like what you name the thing, ready? Ready to send me a tweet asking while we don't talk about the NHL right way on him to be like Jimmy Butler in hockey, somebody would not for his teeth out name greedy. You're so so popular for all of those reasons that are ridiculous. But in closing, I would like to find out if we're interested in the next episode of the shop on HBO which airs Friday, nine thirty PM on said network. That's watch concerns in my career is just a figure out how to exit gracefully. I've watched people overstay their welcome, and I just don't ever wanna be that guy and that's addictive to the feeling of of victory addicted to the motion of people digesting something that they love and get to a point where I'm feeding them something and they're just like, what helps would help with the with the grace really bow out is having people around you. That was there. I wanna tell you. Either Septimus role or you gotta just you gotta tank? Always, Dwayne. Wait. Oh. What does the broad? Oh, this is what he told way way. I like this. Boy. I'm interested Drake for all of, you know, his millennialism. I want to hear how that guy manages famous celebrity. That seems to be what does. Well, I could have been helpful, but being on the set of Drake was like, I need to figure out when the time to leave is gonna. Hey, how about now. Yes. That's right for the fall off. Why? Wait a fall off coat on top baby. Go out as a champion. Go out like John Elway just go, wow, I don't think. Absolutely his message to basically we won't have now what I think children should look up to feeling. Ordinance.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Who Charted
"I have to admit, I didn't let the any new music while I've been gone. And you were in a cabin somewhere camping? Right. And then. Well, I had internet, but I just like to listen to old music. I like things I have. You know, my discover weekly will often pick really good things and I'm just not really up on current moot. Music from two thousand eighteen happens. You know, it's late. Some people start to get a Malays to fear the fall in the autumn, and I understood that can put. I feel a lot of pressure because I hate everything. So I should be offering an alternative when it gets studying now that you're of the woods, you'll be back in the swing of things in no time, but it could be that things kind of suck billable though. Okay. Maybe I'll get like Sirius radio in my car. You go, but I dare you to try to find out how much it costs. Is it expensive? It's just impossible to figure out that you go to their website. They just won't give you a price. I try to a couple of weeks ago. I was curious and I went to every page they have. You need a girlfriend like Bobby has. Let's look into a price for serious. Maybe we could get like a group price. Oh yeah. She does all that. Skew are, what's your next pick? We cooking number two. It's Brett's pick. All right. This is Bobby, my light this. It's a send medicine with phantasmagoria. It's another like found ATL. No, it's not. How we get paid. Talk of psychedelia..
"psychedelia" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"I'm greg kat and i'm here with my partner jim dear goddess were sharing some of our latest buried treasures records recently released going underneath the mainstream rain are we think you need to hear them hope you like them jim you're up next greg you know a bury treasure isn't necessarily a brand new discovery sometimes there are artists who have gotten forgotten by the passage of time julian is one of them saint julien i would do a six part series julian cope who's who is julian cope surfaces in that scene in the uk postpunk fellow traveler with echo in the bunny men his first bam was the teardrop explodes bubblegum psychedelia so in the adc has that career then go solo doesn't take off for wow but i will say that in the nineties he made you know no fewer than half a dozen brilliant i mean masterpiece i mean as good as brian he no albums peggy suicide jehovah kill auto getting right where's he been sense nineteen ninety six interpreter is the last sort of major julian cope record you know he's made seventeen albums though since nineteen ninety six and a lot of what julian does now is basement recordings that he sells on his website head heritage he has done three installments of a series called scaling ten skeleton is described as acid campfire songs i think that's a pretty good so picture the stonehenge and the middle of the night and julian has a campfire said up in front of it and four track recorder maybe some friends maybe not that's the music he's trying to make it's weird it's wonderful it's always very melodic despite the strangeness so skeleton three is his most recent collection of these songs this is a tune called that don't make a revolution these days i think at sixty or so julian is looking back a lot at the ferocity of the rock and roll he has always loved big devotee of iggy pop but also getting older the politics of this weird moment and still finding energy in this music to propel him that's what i think this song is about but what you really never know that don't make a revolution julian cope on sound opinions cut my have shade my thighs steep compromise that don't make beacons every night this is.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Bigmouth
"I don't even know him casey puppets so much that was the mamas in the puppets with shooting star from people like goes followed by catch you on a hope and pronounce that correctly with mobile maybe from the child queen all one word and finally had awesome it's so much choon steve millet with wild mountain honey katie tell us about these cheese i start with this you'll classic somewhere people like goes by the mamas and the papas channels well my mom bought me that album when it came out i think she was trying to turn me way from the dark side i was probably about eight years old or so and every time we were in a store with records always always drawn to alice cooper records with sort of satanic imagery on the cover which alarmed her so block or a snake or something so she came she came home one day with people like us and i mean at the time i record collection was a combination of jesus christ superstar partridge family sticky fingers by rolling stones and aqualung by joe toll is because i had older brothers and sisters and they all influence me and i listen to them all with equal pleasure and the reason why i find people like such a fantastic summer album and specifically that song shooting a shining star shooting star is because for me summer is very mystical in which witchy in wicker manish and midsummer rituals and sensual voluptuousness so it's not like so all of those songs sort of share this kind of witchy mysticism and the shooting star song i find so the'real and melancholic it's got what my friend the writer stephen daily calls on we deluxe so it makes you sad but it kind of is gives you a nipple heart on at the same time like you just you feel there's mystery involved and i love choral singing of shoulder under oath and called on we should do make it knows always looks be nipple harder that's yeah i'm really kind of seldom reach from pubs rectify found that really and transcend and it does have you could imagine dropping into the middle of some kind of eletronic beach bar set some kind of like nine thousand nine hundred nine beat the chill out thing it would fit perfectly with me because the mood is that and we'll ask you for a new brand new album and you choose child queen bycatch ebony kevin says she's a california artist this is her second album actually i aldea was a mini album and ep and what i love about her approach is that it's so california it's sunshine psychedelia so there's the choral singing hint of the beach boys but there's also that kind of early seventy psychedelia of glory and taylor what's your world i don't know if you know that artist linda per hacks there's also unless you guys got this tv show called the bug lose over here in the early seventies it was the kids i think it was the same people who did hr puffins stuff i'm blanking on the name anyway never mind about that claudine long j as well as somebody carbonates style reminds me of francois's hardy this sort of sixties french poppy on news so she has she's written and produced played everything on this album comes from a musical family is black but you don't necessarily hear that our musical that you have picked up a moore's kind of overly soulful aspect track from the album but the other tracks on the album are much more kind of kind of fog machine mystical very sensual witchy back to i i think about i i love the whole idea of sunshine psychedelia but also i think about music that you wanna play in the heat of a summer night so i think all the songs and all the music that i selected hit that target which steve milas wild mahoney as well is this something is this the sound of he'll use yes it is so i grew up in spent my my coming of age years in northern virginia in the suburbs of northern virginia outside washington dc and it was the sound of cicadas in the summer the intense smells of of the grass of cut grass he's buckle smells of sweat when you you're getting close to a little boy for the first time little girl meeting a little boy and that album fly like an eagle by steve miller came out nineteen seventy six in may nineteen seventy six so it was the sound of the summer of.
"psychedelia" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Enough sold a lot of posters and i remember these these posters of these people because they were kind of glorifying the fact that they went prissy coming glorifying ugliness in a way and being a rockstar allowed them to do that and what fascinates me about janice joplin is that she was a lot more ambitious than she wanted anybody to believe as something chanting coma with pretty much everybody can't belong in that psychedelia wave of sixty six sixty seven and so what happens is she's there the monterey festival and she's singing with big brother and the holding companies which which is steny a group it's not really group to she's a star and they refused to allow themselves to be filmed because the dare it's going to be filmed andric's is filmed otis his readiness filmed everybody else film but they wouldn't allow themselves to be film because they thought they cannot have above anyway did the show the saturday and tore it up it went really well and after the saturday show they went back to it and said we really think you should allow yourself to be filmed and we'll put you on again on the sunday to allow you your performance to be filmed and it was very successfully and significantly between the first performance and the second performance she traded in her kind of hippie weeds in which she performed on the sense day to appear in a kind of gold law may catsuits on the sunday show and say she knew what she wanted to be she wanted to be a really big rockstar she wanted to take all the kind of rejection that she'd had in a time growing up university and seth at university she was she was voted the ugliest man on campus and everything that happened to jennifer jump lens life after that was an attempt to get back to get revenge.