by Jim Sullivan
Published on August 21, 1981.

"I always forget how crazy things are," sang Peter Hammill near the end of his acoustic solo set at the Paradise Wednesday.

That's the voice of a character in a song called "Flight." In real life, Hammill not only doesn't forget, he makes it his intent to probe the craziness, both internal and external, with which we all must deal. He sings about the times when things go wrong, when systems break down, when the questions that have to be asked are the big......

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