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Donovan, Lynch: Mellow fellows
by Ann Powers
Los Angeles Times Translate This Article
24 January 2007
On 24 January 2007 Los Angeles Times reported:
David Lynch and Donovan promote Transcendental Meditation (TM) in Los Angeles, California, USA while mesmerizing the crowds with their personal reminiscences.
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The Times reported that Mr Lynch answered questions about his filmmaking and 'TM advocacy', and that 'his new foundation ... seeks to provide schoolchildren with scholarships to pay for the $2,500 TM instruction fee'.
Mr Lynch discussed how Transcendental Meditation allowed him to gain freedom from negativity 'and could do the same for America's youth'. The article quoted him as saying, 'Ramp up the light of unity and all diversity is appreciated,' to the audience at the Kodak Theatre, which 'cheered his every word'.
Donovan sang his hit songs and shared stories from his career as a celebrity singer, according to the article. 'Fellow TM enthusiast Mike Love of the Beach Boys' joined him at the end.
The Times reported, 'What the night revealed in both men (Lynch and Donovan) is an immovable innocence—a belief that art can and should be free from over-intellectualism or aesthetic second-guessing.'
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