Morphine in 1997 at Mississippi Nights, St Louis, MO
Sandman in 1997 at Mississippi Nights, St Louis, MO
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Dana Colley performing with the posthumous Members of Morphine project in 2011
Mark Sandman Square in Cambridge, MA (2008)
A section devoted to the beat generation at a bookstore in Stockholm, Sweden

Morphine was an American alternative rock group formed by Mark Sandman, Dana Colley, and Jerome Deupree in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1989.

- Morphine (band)

He was an indie rock icon and longtime fixture in the Boston/Cambridge music scene, best known as the lead singer and slide bass player of the band Morphine.

- Mark Sandman

Sandman sang distinctively in a "deep, laid-back croon", and his songwriting featured a prominent beat influence.

- Morphine (band)

As a lyricist, Sandman was influenced by pulp fiction writer Jim Thompson, crime writer James Ellroy, and Beat poet/novelist Jack Kerouac.

- Mark Sandman

Musician Mark Sandman, who was the bass guitarist, lead vocalist and a former member of the alternative jazz rock band Morphine, was interested in the Beat Generation and wrote a song called "Kerouac" as a tribute to Jack Kerouac and his personal philosophy and way of life.

- Beat Generation
Morphine in 1997 at Mississippi Nights, St Louis, MO

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