This appeared in the legendary UK music mag, Zigzag (named after the Safe as Milk song) – Issue 80, January 1978. It accompanied an interview withRead More
It’s well known that Don was always drawing with a black felt tip pen in the sketch pad he carried with him. He famously spent hisRead More
A Van Vliet sketch from the CD collection booklet of Blorp Esette.
A Van Vliet sketch on the CD reissue of Blorp Esette.
Blorp Esette was the name of some legendary releases on vinyl, and later gathered together on a four CD set, by LAFMS (the Los Angeles FreeRead More
A Van Vliet sketch from the vinyl Blope Esette volume 2.
I know of a Brown Star That only certain people have found For years they been lookin’ around A lot of people lookin’ up But veryRead More
A one-off collaboration between Magic Band drummer Robert Williams and roadie Paul Young. The 7″ single was released in 1980 on Dental Records. The tracks beingRead More
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Unknown title, unknown year. Appeared in Conjunctions, a bi-annual publication of new writing. In this edition not only are there four poems by Don – HollowRead More
Unknown tite, unknown year. Appeared in Conjunctions, a bi-annual publication of new writing. In this edition not only are there four poems by Don – HollowRead More
Appeared in Conjunctions, a bi-annual publication of new writing. This one may be familiar because it was also published to accompany Lester Bangs’ article in Musician.Read More
Unknown year. Captain Beefheart’s Iridescent Logic was an article written by Lester Bangs that appeared in Musician #29 in 1981. Three of Don’s sketches were scatteredRead More