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Last updated on May 7, 2015

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Once again again the nineteen sixties radiates out from way back when, to mysteriously move things around in my present day.
speaking with heather jansch for the first time since 1966 when she was the number one girlfiend in the hazy psychodrama that was the short and glamorous life of my brother stefan tyszko, who, dying in a car crash in 1969, left me with curious fragments, the pieces of a labyrinthine puzzle, a truly magical mystery tour, our new conversations bringing more pieces into view, and as ever, the story deepens..

using techniques from the new disciplines of hauntology (developed from a beautiful mispronunciation and misunderstanding of ontology) we dance around a sixties theme with a rethinking of a tony palmer documentary on the new age of pop(all my loving) made in 1968

heather jansch (sewell) photgraphed by my brother stefan in portobello road in 1967
heather jansch (sewell) photgraphed by my brother stefan in portobello road in 1967

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