Complete your Alan Moore & Tim Perkins collection. Snakes and Ladders - a diversion for wet afternoons "Being a presentation of THE MOON AND SERPENT GRAND EGYPTIAN THEATRE OF MARVELS From an original performance at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London April 10th 1999" Number Five in the RE:Play series.
Listen to music from Alan Moore & Tim Perkins like golden square, Lady, That's My Skull & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Alan Moore & Tim Perkins. THE MOON AND SERPENT GRAND EGYPTIAN THEATRE OF MARVELS David J, Alan Moore, Tim Perkins Staged July 16, 1994 at Bridewell Theatre, London, England. THE MOON AND SERPENT GRAND EGYPTIAN THEATRE OF MARVELS is an astounding introduction and invocation of Alan’s concept of ‘IDEA SPACE’ which is central to his personal view of consciousness and magical reality.
An audio companion to Moore’s most brilliant current comic Promethea, incanted in a doleful Midlands voice that whispers and barks over Perkins’synth beats, it weaves the universe’s story into events around the London hall where it was first performed in 1999. Oliver Cromwell’s excavated cadaver, grief-stricken Victorian horror writer Arthur Machen and Moore’s ’80s creation John Constantine meet in Holborn’s alleys in a vision of humanity clutching its potential through precarious imaginative leaps. A sly and inspiring introduction to the mind of a British underground great.
Album by. Tim Perkins Tim Perkins. Snakes and Ladders2003.
Alan Moore fans won't want to miss the opportunity to pick up this perfect companion piece to the comic book of the same name by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell.
It is rounded by a 2002 interview of Moore conducted by Campbell for Egomania 2 and sketches. It is published by Palmano Bennett in association with Knockabout. In 1995 Alan Moore had recently revealed himself as a practicing magician.
Snakes And Ladders (2003) by Alan Moore & Tim Perkins. Frieda Harris and her Universe card were referenced in the Snakes And Ladders album by Alan Moore & Tim Perkins. The cover of the CD was my own variation on her painting, while the insert included a couple more pieces of her work including the Masonic designs. Two unused versions of The Magus. And it’s variations that we end with.
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