It's complicated but it's still good

For various reasons -- and to my regret -- I wasn't able to catch Roky Erikson's return to Dallas Saturday night. After 30 years, the pschedelic-schizophrenic survivor seems to have been in surprisingly good form. Here's a review of the documentary, You're Gonna Miss Me and here's a review of his live performance.
Photo by Nan Coulter, special contributor, The Dallas Morning news

July 16, 2007 8:39 AM |



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