Jim Morrison

TIME MACHINE POET OF THE WEEK Jim Morrison Born December 8, 1943 Melbourne, Florida, U.S. Died July 3, 1971 (aged 27) Paris, France Jim Morrison was an American poet, mystic, Rock n Roll vocalist, and hippie who transformed the 1960's and 70's subculture by introducing a psychedelic atmosphere to a genre overwhelmed with pop rock bands …

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Makaveli The Mystic Part 3: (Reincarnation; Tupac’s only fear of death)

Want exclusive Tupac articles, videos, and investigations?  Updated weekly on our Patreon. In our articles, we discussed books Tupac read and decoded his lyrics; we show in this article the influence of the Tibetan Book of the Dead and how mysticism was present in his work.  Reincarnation is another topic that pops up in numerous …

The Memphis Mafia Part 1: (Sonny West; The right-hand man & bodyguard of Elvis Presley

Sonny West (79) was a man who once had the pressure of the world on his shoulders with the job of protecting Rock n Roll legend Elvis Presley for sixteen years as a bodyguard.  Sonny West passed away from cancer on May 24, 2017, at his home in Nashville, Tennessee.  He had small parts in …

Junya Ca$$inova (Featured Artist)

Junya Ca$$inova is an upcoming talent with the momentum of Austin, Texas behind him and a philosophy that stands out in a genre of music where it can either make you or break you.  Given life into this world on November 26, 1991; Junya Ca$$inova was born Joseph O'Cuilliean in the city of Augusta, Georgia …

5 Controversial Stage Antics of Rock n Roll

  Controversial stage antics are both a part of Rock n Roll culture and the genres that followed.  The iconic moments of controversial stage antics have been documented with Ozzy Osbourne's infamous 1982 incident where he “bit off the head of a bat” during a performance in Des Moines, Iowa.  Since that moment and even …

Death Row Records (The Hit List Conspiracy of Hip-Hop)

The brainchild of Dr. Dre and Suge Knight; Death Row Records started off in 1991 as a label for West Coast rap artists to showcase their talents and receive much-needed hype during a time when East Coast rap dominated mainstream radio stations.  Death Row Records reign of the rap industry in the 1990's was created …

Ken Russell’s The Devils: Still Banned in America UNCUT

Uncut and banned from America; "The Devils" is a 1971 film directed by Ken Russell and stars Oliver Reed and Vanessa Redgrave.  The film is an adaptation of the book “The Devils of Loudun” by Aldous Huxley.  The story is a historical perspective on witchcraft during the 1700's and the persecution of those accused.  Psychological …

Ken Russell

TIME MACHINE POET OF THE WEEK Ken Russell Born Henry Kenneth Alfred Russell 3 July 1927 Southampton, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom Died 27 November 2011 (aged 84) London, England, United Kingdom Ken Russell was an English filmmaker, a genius of cinematic storytelling, and a legend in the realm of BBC.  Known for his controversial style and …