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Ever since I accidentally stumbled in to a show and found Jeffrey Lewis performing, I have found him one of the most inspiring, delightful, & Must Listen artists of any sort. Music, comics, and history. I have posted him many times before.
Today, give your self a history listen, of the music form that made me want to get camera. [...]
You know how when you are too close to something you can’t even see it? Sometimes I find myself in a movie and I miss the true glory of a particular scene. Taken out of context, some work shines even brighter.
I love this scene.
To me it is “Desire”. I watch it and I hear Bob Dylan’s album and the whole Rolling Thunder tour (or at least the recordings of it that I have heard). I love the longing, the inexplicability, the recognition, the silliness and the passion. And the song is great too.
My enthusiasm cup runeth over.
My former assistant on Adventureland, Jon Dieringer, co-directed this video essay. He also is an independent curator and the editor and publisher of Screen Slate, a fantastic daily online resource for listings and commentary of New York City repertory film and independent media.
Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2012/11/01/from-photography-to-film-stanley-kubrick-enters-the-ring/#ixzz2AyxmIHeoTweet
If you have yet to give yourself the pleasure wallop of seeing and hearing Daniel, I don’t want you “to be free of hope”… so….