>Buddhist Art & Music in the 70s & 80s: Marcus Boon on Arthur Russell’s Buddhism & Creative Process

>Just came across this fantastic take on Arthur Russell’s creative process in connection with Buddhism by Marcus Boon. Definitely worth a read. (btw, If you haven’t had a chance to check out Tim Lawrence’s Arthur Russell book Hold on to Your Dreams, we highly recommend that too especially if you’ve got more than a passing interest in the NYC art/music/poetry scenes of the 1970s & 80s. )

“I’m just finishing Tim Lawrence’s excellent biography of Arthur Russell, Hold On To Your Dreams: Arthur Russell and the Downtown Music Scene, 1973-1992. In some ways, New York in the 1970s is starting to be very well charted territory, but the complicated web of connections between different scenes which is described in this book is still news, and Lawrence draws out these connections with the same loving detail he brought to his first book, Love Saves The Day: A History of American Dance Music Culture, 1970-1979. ” Read complete entry >>

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