*The cover for Space Hymns, the 1971 lp debut by Ramases,
is one of the most expansive by Roger Dean,
a 6-panel fold out depicting a church steeple (St George's Church, Stockport)
lifting off into the cosmos!
Dwight Twilley Band Pete Townshend & Ronnie Lane Fleetwood Mac Arthur "Big Boy" Cruddup Bonnie Raitt Led Zeppelin Robert Plant & Allison Krauss The Pretenders David Bowie The Cure Magazine Pixies The Black Keys Popa Chubby Bob Dylan Akido Ike & Tina Turner Dillinger Jimi Hendrix Nona Hendryx Marvin Gaye N.E.R.D. Boz Scaggs Frank Sinatra T5718
*My Grandfather's Fish, by my close-friend and talented artist Duncan Dana is made from shells from Little Harbor, MA, a bad disco dress, and the blue beads from a Chippendale Stripper. Knowing DD, It sounds to me that there likely is a story there.
**The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine went to
Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael W. Young,
for their discoveries of key molecular mechanisms controlling
the circadian rhythm.
Almost everything under the sun follows the rhythms of the sun, a 24-hour cycle hardwired from billions of years of planet Earth spinning around. Humans, animals, plants, flies, fungi, even bacteria, follow such a routine, and it’s called a circadian rhythm
(circa means “around” and dies means “day”).
Specifically, circadian rhythm refers to the result of constant interaction between an organism’s internal biological clocks and environmental cues — most notably, the sun, but also many other factors — a relationship that governs our behavior, hormone levels,