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Before the musicians made it to the stage, their bus broke down and Holly's drummer was hospitalized with frostbite. Subsequent engagements proceeded so shakily that Holly considered going home. The severe winter weather caused a succession of delays, and as a result he was unable to do his laundry regularly. Because he was repeatedly forced to perform tired and disheveled, he feared the tour would damage his reputation. The Plane. On Monday 2 February Holly desperately sought relief. He chartered a plane to take him and two of his sidemen from Clear Lake, Iowa, where they were scheduled to play that night, to the next stop on the tour, Moorhead, North Dakota, a distance of some four hundred miles.
The drippings also had the effect of obliterating whatever was underneath them, and so the painterly actions of more-recent moments obscured those of earlier sessions, suggesting a philosophy akin to nihilism. Obscurantists. Such artists as Franz Kline and Motherwell went a step further with their obscurantist tendencies: they obscured everything, so all that was left in their artworks was a nearly blank surface that, in the case of Kline, might have a single line across it or, in the case of Motherwell, might resemble an inkblot.
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