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On Herman Hesse and Duality in Steppenwolf and Narcissus and Goldmund

In two of his most important works, Herman Hesse uses the extrapolation and juxtaposition of the duality of human nature as an effective literary tool to unmask the fault lines that lurk violently under the surface of life. 826 more words


Airline Highway at Steppenwolf (and Beyond): Why New Orleans?

Photo by Michael Brosilow.

Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s Broadway-bound production of Lisa D’Amour’s Airline Highway begins before it begins: As we take our seats in the Downstairs Theatre, a quiet dawn inches over the Humming Bird Motel. 850 more words


New Single: Devil's Train / New Album: II - Mr. Jones

Mr. Jones released their new Single “Devil’s Train”

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The song is one of the tracks of their upcoming Album “II”< out January 23rd 2015 on the earMUSIC label! 21 more words


Haiku, Steppenwolf's Message

“Take the world in a – love embrace, fire your guns, – explode into space”

Steppenwolf/Magic Carpet Ride

This song fueled my countless adolescent fantasies. It deserves special recognition.

Written by John Kay and Rushton Moreve, “Magic Carpet Ride” was initially released in 1968 on the album “The Second”. 58 more words

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Two-Wheeled Two Step: Motorcycle Songs

1952 Vincent Black Lightning

I haven’t done a compilation post in a while but I recently found myself re-listening to Richard Thompson’s spectacular song “1952 Vincent Black Lightning” and figured it would be fun to tap into the wealth of motorcycle-themed tunes out there. 731 more words

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December 30, 2014: The Wolf at the Door

I sit in the sand at Breezy Point, watching the morning tide creep to shore.
I’m sure the sun is┬árising, but it’s just grey. One flat, grey cloud of a sky. 483 more words

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