Re: Jodorowsky, was: Do these records exist?
> -----Original Message-----Here's the reference from a Nana Vasconcelos website
> From: Frank van den Elzen/Leslie Gaffney [mailto:hairpie@...]
> Sent: Sunday, March 21, 1999 6:20 AM
>I boils down to this; a friend of mine once told me that excerpts of the
>Holy Mountain soundtrack could be found on the Swedish double LP "Don
>Cherry: Organic Music Society" on Caprice Records. I've never heard or
>seen this album and nobody on DroneOn could confirm if there are actual
>Holy Mountain fragments on the set.
Don Cherry: Organic music society. Caprice RIKS LP 44,50 1972
And also from an Okay Temiz website
the longer title of "Organic Music Society / The Creator Has A Master Plan."
> More Jodorowsky rumours: another freak/friend recently told me thatAt the Jodorowsky website (http://www.hotweird.com/jodorowsky/index.html)
> Jodorowsky has a new film, "Son of El Topo," ready to go, but that no
> company or film festival would wanna touch the thing with a ten foot
> pole. Hard to imagine, but it's apparently his most extreme work to date.
> Can somebody confirm this?
there's a letter from Jodorowsky to the effect that he isn't doing "Sons of
El Topo" anymore, but is working on "Abelcain," "a new version of the same