Tag Archives: Tehran

Giving my Music to the Marxists: Tehran 1971

Rapping on the compound door, I waited for M. to answer, Three knocks, a pause and two more, That was the code, I carry music for the revolutionaries.   My records in a cloth bag, All my albums and my … Continue reading

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The Best High Ever: Tehran 1970

January in Tehran, I’m walking from the Iran-American Center to Tackhte Jamshid Boulevard, It is 33 degrees today and I wear my sheepskin coat, The full-length one that is embroidered with cream blossoms, Maybe peonies but I’m not sure, It … Continue reading

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