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Tagged with “artist” (4)

  1. Scott McCloud, author of “Understanding Comics” and “Zot!”: Interview on The Sound of Young America

    Scott McCloud is both an accomplished comics creator and critic. His books of comics criticism, "Understanding Comics," "Reinventing Comics" and "Making Comics" are classics of the form, and are standard-issue in hip literature classes around the country. His newest book is a compilation of his 1980s superhero series Zot!. He talks with us about how to read comics and how he incorporated the influences of the comics of other cultures into his own work in the ’80s.

    http://www.maximumfun.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=39346#39346

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  2. Boy from the north country: Bob Dylan in Minnesota | Minnesota Public Radio News

    A new documentary from Minnesota Public Radio News explores Bob Dylan’s Minnesota roots and how they influenced the evolution of his music.

    Dylan spent his formative years in Minnesota; he was born in Duluth and raised in Hibbing. He became a folksinger in Minneapolis. A new documentary from Minnesota Public Radio News explores Dylan’s Minnesota roots and how they influenced the evolution of his music.

    In the documentary, you will hear from Leroy Hoikkala who played the drums in Dylan’s high school band, the Golden Chords. Long-time friend Dick Cohn describes Dylan playing risqué rhythm and blues in St. Paul basements when he was a teenager.

    Marilyn Matheny talks about Dylan finding his voice as a folksinger in the Minneapolis community of Dinkytown. Plus you’ll hear the story of St. Paul native Larry Kegan who was one of Dylan’s closest friends.

    http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2011/05/21/boy-from-the-north-country-bob-dylan-in-minnesota/

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  3. SXSW 2009: The Decemberists

    The Decemberists perform Hazards Of Love in its entirety:

    "Fans of the beloved Portland, Ore., rock group The Decemberists already know the band for its outsized ambition. Frontman Colin Meloy’s blend of sweeping melodies and hyperliterate, deliberately anachronistic references won the group major indie-pop laurels — and, as of its last album, the attention of a major label. But The Decemberists’ newest project promises new heights of bombast: Its new record, The Hazards of Love, is a sprawling 17-part narrative song-cycle."

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=101397853

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