Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Interupting All Programming

Just in case you still felt like stopping by here, I can only offer you a redirect to the pirate radio of the info-super-hiway.

Go to Scott Wynn's Engine Room and download a monthly dose of fine, fine rock and roll radio.

So with winter closing in, I can only suggest you fill your apartment with sand, lay out a towel, turn up the heat and twist along with some serious tunes that really should be coming out of a transistor radio. (As soon as I find one with a USB port, I'll pass it a along.)

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Requiem for a Beatle and a Stone.

Alas, on the anniversary of my own personal passage into mono-nephroticism (for the sake of my Pa, who's doing fine, thanks) my favorite Beatle AND one of my many favorite Rolling Stones succumb to hypertension and kidney failure.

Billy Preston departed this hilarious, delightful, vicious con game of a planet having left it a much better, funkier place.

If his singles, Sticky Fingers and Exile ain't proof enough for ya, you belong in Outa-Space.

Rave on, brother, rave on.

Thanks.

Friday, March 24, 2006

Rev. Timmy meets the Wolf's Man

Here' the Rev. with the one and only Mr. Hubert Sumlin, guitar sideman to the Howlin' Wolf for a better portion of his best sides.

Mr. Sumlin took the Rev.'s effusive rantings with the highest aplomb.

He can't have wanted an iced tea that badly.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

What is Wrong with America?

So me and my buddy Sake Mike agree that one of the problems with the good old U.S.A. (don't get me started) is that they are embracing NASCAR instead of the more America friendly NHRA.
Short attention span?: NHRA.
Explosions? NHRA.
Folks drivin' cars you could possibly drive? NHRA.

Driving 500 miles is me driving to Akron, OH from New York City.

Who wants to watch that?

Really?

Then you must've voted for that Bush fella'.

Twice.