(Patrick Woodroffe’s cover for the 1974 edition of Four for the Future (1969), ed. Harry Harrison)
Here is Part II of my sequence on SF and Skulls (morbid I know): … 283 more words
The Raspberries have been featured on three various artists LPs which might explain why my dad only had two of their 45s and no LPs. He was pretty particular about not having songs on multiple discs, unless there were other songs that made it absolutely worth it, like I assume these singles were since one song is on both. 151 more words
This book along with David Kynaston’s “Modernity Britain” has helped feed my interest in and knowledge of architecture and housing in postwar Britain.
I grew up in a new town and have always been fascinated with modern buildings, though at the time I hadn’t realised I was living in a gigantic social experiment. 342 more words