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The World According to Ivana Stab

Holding hands and dancing as we howl at the moon

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There’s an article in Russh magazine (November – December 2008) about the photographer Henry Diltz. He seems like a really interesting character. He hung out with everybody, including my main man, Jim Morrison.


“…if you’re an artist, and I was a musician, we have pretty privileged lives. Our job is to make music at night and pretty much have the days to ourselves. And certainly in the 60s it was a time of discovery. There was a lot of ‘hanging out’…going over to someone’s house and trading chords on the guitar. And a lot of it did have to do with smoking grass because it opened up people’s eyes and made them relax and look around and see the colours and take big breaths and say ‘my god, life is really cool you know?’”


My review of Outrun’s album Futurenature is up on The Dwarf: check it out. It was a bit of a rushed effort and also I couldn’t stop gushing about how much I love them, but do read it anyway.


Written by Ivana Stab

November 6, 2008 at 12:59 am

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  1. when i grow up, i want to travel back in time and be henry diltz.


    November 6, 2008 at 1:54 am

  2. You be Diltz, I’ll be Morrison.

    Ivana Stab

    November 6, 2008 at 2:20 am

  3. deal.


    November 6, 2008 at 2:32 am

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