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Head is a plotless, stream of consciousness film that, amongst other things, attempts to deconstruct the musical personas of the Monkees and satirize the consumer ideals of "image". In a song sung by the Monkees, they seem to confess by saying: Hey, hey, we are The Monkees/ You know we love to please/ A manufactured image/ With no philosophies. Other scenes utilize psychedelic or surrealistic theatrics such as the Monkees being sucked through a giant vacuum cleaner and turning into specks of dandruff in Victor Mature's head. The film ends with the Monkees being loaded into a truck and driven out of the Columbia Studio gates. The film was a financial failure and the popularity of the Monkees was already in decline, [6] but it later became a cult classic.

He is known for his "little talks/chats" with his nieces, mostly with Michelle; like with Danny, these teach them important lessons in life.

An accompanying 432-page tome, titled “Leïla Menchari, la Reine Mage” (“Leïla Menchari, the Magician,”) will be released in November.

Traveling Between the Eternities A Q&A with Jorma Kaukonen   By Geoff Gehman   Jorma Kaukonen likes to call his psychedelic days in Jefferson Airplane, and the ’60s, as “a voice from another dimension.” That voice buzzsawed through him on Jan. 28, the last day for his Airplane comrades Paul Kantner and Signe Toly Anderson. … Read More

Bloom appeared on many year-end lists of critics ranking the year's top albums, several of them with the album being included in the top 10: Urban outfitters ranked the album at #2 on their list, Magnet and Under the Radar at #3, PopMatters and Obscure Sound at #4 and Idolator , Consequence of Sound , Gorilla vs. Bear and Pitchfork at #7, [29] with Pitchfork adding: "since 2006's self-titled debut , Beach House have been patiently refining and expanding a singular, easily recognizable sound." [30] Stereogum and Rolling Stone listed the album at #27 and #28 respectively, [31] [32] with the latter saying "Languid lead singer Victoria Legrand has some dark stuff on her mind – mortality and ruin keep bubbling to the surface of the Baltimore act's fourth LP...But you'd hardly know it from the blissful way she lets her voice blend with the softly bobbing organ chords and arpeggiated guitars." [32] Rolling Stone also named the song "Other People" the 19th best song of 2012. [33]

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