The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project
About This Show
The Rock And Roll Archaeology Project is, first and foremost, a community of Rock And Roll fans. Using our podcast, our website and blog, and of course, social media, we hope to provide a virtual town hall for Rock fans to meet and have great discussions about the history and impact of Rock And Roll.
The Music. The People. The Culture. The Technology. Any other topics or aspects that may come up.
Our central question, our starting point is: How does Rock And Roll affect the larger society, and how does the larger society affect Rock And Roll?
Most Recent Episode
Deeper Digs in Rock: Dick Boak & Martin Guitar Masterpieces
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Christian gets in-depth with Dick Boak. Dick nearly lost his eyesight at the age of six and ever since, has concerned himself with visual details. He focused on drawing, woodworking, writing and music. In his teens, he self-published two booklets of poetry, immersed himself in technical drafting, and began to experiment with musical instrument design and construction. In the late 1960s, Dick headed off to college and soon joined the counterculture. Fascinated with the architecture of Buckminster Fuller, he began designing and building geodesic domes. His wanderings took him to Vermont where he worked a series of disastrous jobs in support of his bohemian lifestyle. Eventually, he departed for California with a band of like-minded hippies in search of the utopian dream. Landing at Lou Gottlieb’s infamous Morningstar Ranch commune, he constructed many hand-hewn dwellings and domes and entered his most prolific years as a conceptual illustrator. Returning to the East Coast, he became an art teacher, lathe turner, performing musician and luthier. In 1973, he discovered
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Well researched, great deliver...love me some rock n roll!
Date published: 2015-11-20