Around this time Charlotte Rampling was our sort of stepmother. We lived in a place called ‘The Studio’ in Hugh Street. She and my father travelled to the East to pick up a damaged London to Sydney Mercedes works rally car and drive it back to Europe along the hippy trail. Of course my father filled the car with hash and even though they had papers from Mercedes they only just made it back through the border crossings and past highly suspicious customs officers by the skin of their teeth.
Interview with singer songwriter Lola Lennox. Lola is releasing her debut single, ‘In The Wild’, in early February of this year, 2020. A phenomenally talented singer and songwriter working with innovative producers and co-writers, both in London and L.A., notably Jon Green. Lola is the daughter of Annie Lennox. However, I suspect that soon enough she’ll be recognised as an artistic force in her own right.
I met Jimi Hendrix when I was five years old. My father introduced my brother and me to him backstage before the show in the Albert Hall in 1969. Jimi hoisted me up on his shoulders and ran around the dressing room with me. And then, at some point during the performance, I ran onto the stage and whispered something in his ear. Who knows what I said.
He arrived in England with a bang when, only in his mid-twenties, he opened The Scene Club in Great Windmill Street in London. The Who and The Rolling Stones played there and it had a reputation as a place for the developing Mod scene.
Arts Review project by Belinda Subraman. Featuring interviews with Anne Beaker, Alice Aida Ayers, Ana Christy, Jeff Sirkin, Alain Pernot, Catfish McDaris, Michael D. Amitin, Charley Weber, Beau Blue, Sarah Hussin, Vernon Frazer, Dan Raphael and Ken Clinger.