The Divine Essence of Things – Nick Cave and William Blake
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
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?
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.