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Tom Wolfe's, THE ELECTRIC KOOL-AID ACID TEST, (c) 1968 by Tom Wolfe, is describing in detail what was going on in Perry Lane in the Sixties.
Perry Lane, a part of Menlo Park, is only an hour south of San Francisco's North Beach Beat poetry, jazz performances, and coffee houses. Perry Lane is best understood as a bohemian community with houses occupied by artists and writers, from about 1920 until it was torn down. Ken Kesey, the Merry Prankster American writer, cultural figure, and author of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, was one of the key figures...
Ed McClanahan, Music CD Review:
Juggernaut, by Lars Hidde
"Lars Hidde's sweet, spirited musical accompaniment is just perfect. Since 1957 I've owned--and regularly listened to, and half-memorized--a recording of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Kenneth Rexroth reading poetry to jazz in a San Francisco club called The Cellar. This little album supercedes that one; forty-some-odd years from now, discerning folks will say, "I've got this great old recording of Lars Hidde, and . . . "
Ed McClanahan Bio
Ed McClanahan lives in Lexington, Kentucky. He is the author of four published books: THE NATURAL MAN, A CONGRESS OF WONDERS (fiction), FAMOUS PEOPLE I HAVE KNOWN, and, MY VITA, IF YOU WILL (memories and essays). He has taught writing at four universities.
A Stegner Fellow, a Ken Kesey et. al. Merry Prankster, he has been a frequent contributor to many magazines, including Esquire, Playboy, and Rolling Stone.