The Return of the Cowboy Philosopher
[L]et the cowboy travel light, for it’s by traveling light, without the baggage of explanations or translations, that the cowboy has made it through time. In the course of his travels, though, the cowboy has picked up a sort of baggage: himself.
Greil, Marcus (1986), S. 85. Artforum International, March 1986 Vol. 14 No. 7