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The art of tantra: is there more to it than marathon sex and massages?

 

The west reduced tantra to a quest for sexual liberation and wellness. But a new show charts its darker depths – from avenging goddesses to blood-drinking and self-decapitation

‘It was spat on’ … Housewives with Steak-Knives, by Sutapa Biswas, from the British Museum show.
‘It was spat on’ … Housewives with Steak-Knives, by Sutapa Biswas, from the British Museum show. Photograph: Sutapa Biswas/© Sutapa Biswas, DACS 2019/Artimages
 
 
Mon 21 Sep 2020 06.00 BST
 
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Ian Campbell Folk Group

 

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Ian Campbell Folk Group
Origin Birmingham, England
Genres Folk music
Years active 1956–1978
 
Past members Ian Campbell
Lorna Campbell
Dave Phillips
Gordon McCulloch
John Dunkerley
Dave Swarbrick
Brian Clark
Mansell Davies
George Watts
Dave Pegg
Andy Smith
Mike Hadley

The Ian Campbell Folk Group were one of the most popular and respected folk groups of the British folk revival of the

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Kevin Barry - Murdered by the British TORIES !

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PAUL ROBESON SINGS KEVIN BARRY -https://youtu.be/BSjO9rIwn5M

He left out a verse..

"Another martyr for old Ireland 

Another murder for the crown 

Whose brutal laws may kill the Irish 

But can't keep their spirit down 

Lads like Barry are no cowards 

From the foe they will not fly 

Lads like Barry will free Ireland 

For her cause they'll live and die."

A CAMPBELL COMMITTED TO BRITISH FOLK REVIVAL

Ian Campbell obituary

Leading singer in the British folk revival
The Ian Campbell Folk Group

Campbell, second from right, with the Ian Campbell Folk Group, from left: Brian Clark, Lorna Campbell, John Dunkerley and Dave Swarbrick. Photograph: Brian Shuel/Redferns

Ian Campbell, who has died from cancer aged 79, was a leading singer in the British folk revival of

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THE LENIN GRADER

Symphony No. 7 (Shostakovich)

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Dmitri Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 7 in C major, Op. 60, titled Leningrad, was completed in Samara in December 1941 and premiered in that city on March 5, 1942. At first dedicated to Lenin, it was eventually submitted in honor of the besieged city of Leningrad, where it was first played under dire circumstances on August 9, 1942

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