I work at the intersection of the real and imagined. For me (and countless others), there is a powerful link between imaginary narrative and the real world. At once guideposts and consequences creative endeavors synthesize broad trends sometime and/or represent tipping points where old and new ideas battle. I'm always on the lookout for media that capture intersectionality around creativity and culture. I came across this documentary as I was thinking examples diaspora linked to the black experience. How many of you knew about the impact of African drumming tradition on 1960s and 1970s rock? On reflection, yeah of course this make sense. It isn't the focus on this documentary, but nature of causal cultural exchange between Ginger Baker and African rhythm tradition is thought provoking for me. I might use as a jumping off point or not. Regardless, it is a fascinating documentary worth your time. A link is below the image.