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THE UMPTEENTH COMING by Peter Nolan Smith

“This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius” Those words were sung by the cast of HAIR in 1969 and millions of hippies dropped acid to touch the Aquarian sky. Nirvana was attainable via LSD and on the Fourth of July 1970 my friends John Gilmour, Tommy Jordan, Mark McLaughlin and I scored a […]

The Umpteenth Coming by Peter Nolan Smith

In the summer of 1971 my three friends and I tripped on LSD in White Mountains. the window pane was fierce. A twelve year-old emerged from the forest. For a minute almost believed he was Jesus, but his name was Jessie from Bethel NH Music by Doug henderson ex-drummer of Spongehead Vortex sound sculpture by […]

The Old Man in the Mountain

The Old Man of the Mountain was the symbol of New Hampshire. The profile of the granite cliffs on Cannon Mountain were emblazoned on the state’s license along with the motto ‘Live Free or Die’. Daniel Webster immortalized the stone face with the words. “Men hang out their signs indicative of their respective trades; shoe […]