BLAKE & MUSIC (ARTICLES)
The Divine Essence of Things – Nick Cave and William Blake
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Described by Nick Cave as a poet whose company he constantly enjoys, William Blake has had a long influence on Cave's work.
Sweet Roaming: William Blake and the Fugs
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Among the very first popular musical settings of Blake's music were those by The Fugs in the 1960s.
How Much Did Jim Morrison Know about William Blake?
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Everyone knows the Doors are named for the doors of perception – but that phrase comes from Aldous Huxley's book on hallucinogens as well as from Blake's Marriage of Heaven and Hell.