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Rimas Vainorius: A Camera In The City

Photographer, artist and film maker Rimas Vainorius was evacuated with his family from Lithuania at the close of WW2.

They eventually settled in Nottingham, England, where he grew up.

After studying at Nottingham Art School Rimas enjoyed a successful career in the film industry, working on feature films including Players and Wimbledon.

A Camera In The City is a gallery of his photographic observations of Nottingham, enhanced with original video footage, music by The Spike Woods Band and words by Don Galloway.

Enjoy!

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Murray Roman

Was talking about Bill Hicks the other day and I recalled a great comedian of a similar ilk from the 60s called Murray Roman.

There were two albums of his that I used to listen to as a stoned 16 year old hippie acid head: Blind Man’s Movie and You can’t beat people up and have them say I love you.

He also did a lot of live gigs in the late 60s (think he supported the Doors once) backed by a fantastic soul band whose name unfortunately escapes me.

Anyway, a friend of mine was searching for some downloadable stuff of his (preferably free) so here it is:

YOU CAN’T BEAT PEOPLE UP AND HAVE THEM SAY I LOVE YOU

A BLIND MAN’S MOVIE

Enjoy!

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