Friday, October 29, 2010

Links By George October 30th

The weekly newsletter comes a bit early this month as the election stories are timely before the coming elections.
Also there are some fresh mushroom links as well.

More photos at:

Stephanie has been uploading some beautiful videos of our life. Her latest is the Lava Boat ride on the Big Island. All her videos can be seen at:

Our son John Douvris has samples of some of his fine music at:

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Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Be Here Now with Ram Dass and Friends
December 2-5
Breitenbush Hot Springs Oregon

Early Bird Tickets to Luminate Festival on sale until 5th November
Happening first week of January South Island New Zealand


Pioneering Drug Policy Historian David Musto Dead at 74

The Audacity of Dope:
Obama Breaks Medical Marijuana Promise

Holder Vows Fight Over Prop. 19
U.S. Will Enforce Drug Laws Even If State Measure Passes,
Attorney General Says.

15 Million Americans Have Been Arrested Because Pot Is Illegal --
When Will Our Dumb Marijuana Prohibition Be Overturned?

Dianne Feinstein Tries to Play the Big

Villain in the Fight for Legal Pot

Facebook Billionaires, Dr. Bronner's Kick in the Money
for Legal Pot in California

19 Reasons Pot Should Be Legal

Could Legalizing Marijuana in California
Help Cure Breast Cancer?

Smoked Cannabis For Chronic Neuropathic Pain

Medical Marijuana For The Masses

Michael Pollan:
What Do Marijuana and Catnip Have in Common?

Amazon Awakening-article in New York Times travel section

Native American Church x União do Vegetal in the USA

Bia Labate's website and info on "Ayahuasca,
Ritual and Religion in Brazil",

The Psychedelic Journey of Marlene Dobkin de Rios

Border cops seized record £13million of DMT arriving from Amazon

Help Free A Major Indigenous Leader Imprisoned
in the U.S. Oleh: FreeTaita

Terence Mckenna downloads

Terence Mckenna-Seeking the Stone

Magic Mushrooms

Psychedelic Mushrooms from Outter Space!

Mushrooms and the

Blue Honey

Taking Magic Mushrooms and side effects of shrooms.

Mushroom info

Mushroom growing

Psychedelic info from deoxy

Pa. man complained to police about buying bad pot

Purdue Archives and Special Collections takes visitors on trip
to better side of psychoactive drugs

Why Do Hippies Still Exist in America?
(hillarious article from a Christian website)

Taylor Camp Hawaii-"Living the 60's Dream"

Pila of Hawaii-Mystical Hawaii

Pop Arcana column at HiLobrow, on the fascinating topic of
American hoodoo and the Lucky Mojo Curio Co.

The pineal gland:
Interface between the physical and spiritual planes?

Ken Wilber: Increased Consciousness, Decreased Suffering

New Reality Transmission

A Tradition of Kindness-
helping bridge peace in the Middle East

God, Soul and World -
a Video from “What Is Hinduism?”

Yoga Retreats in Cusco Peru


Rex Foundation musical events including The Wheel
- A Musical Celebration of Jerry Garcia

Our friend David's beautiful video on living in harmony with all life


Joe Cocker Mad Dogs - Cry me a River 1970
(possibly not on the dvd)

While My Guitar Gently Weeps w George and Ringo



Space 1/2 - Timothy Leary&Ash Ra Tempel

Space 2/2 - Timothy Leary&Ash Ra Tempel

Amboss 1/2 Ash Ra Tempel

Amboss 2/2 Ash Ra Tempel -quite psychedelic

Sybill is a friend whose music is a unique crossover of jazz,
rock and spoken word. Check out this link to hear the latest
Top Ten Afterlife Movies

10 Things You Didn’t Know About
The Empire Strikes Back


For Bats,
the Future Is Spooky

The end of whales?

Worse than pollution:
crazy ants, bird-eating mice and murdering mink

Borneo's majestic rainforest is being killed
by the timber mafia

Sign against hunger!

Hitting the Big Apple’s food-justice buffet

Fishermen Report Louisiana Bays Filled With Oil

Are cities and suburbs really at war?

A low impact Woodland Home


The Mystery of the Green Interloper
-Did Comets Deliver the Building Blocks for Life?

Giant Reptile Could Fly 10,000 Miles Nonstop

Earth's Early Cannibals Caught in the Act


Is Putting a Cell Phone in Your Pocket a Health Risk?
- Yahoo! News

Most products claiming to be green are living in sin

How a nerve poison became "food"
The story of Aspartame -video

Kaputtradio podcast-food matters

When Never EVER to Use Fish Oil

This Cooking Oil is a Powerful Virus
-Destroyer and Antibiotic…

What Has Better Protein than Meat, Fish, or Eggs?

Food in Uncertain Times: How to Grow and Store
the 5 Crops You Need to Survive

Mimi Kirk on Fox 5 Morning News -youtube
The sexiest vegetarian over 50 (she is 71 and looks 40)

How to Look Younger Now Without Wrinkle Creams or Surgery

Go Vegetarian to Save Planet,
Scientists Tell Government

Butchery Classes and Parties:
How Much Do You Want to Know About How
Your Meat Gets to Your Plate?

How to Kill a Cold, Starve a Fever --
and When You Absolutely MUST See a Doctor

The Spice that Ignites Your Body's Astonishing Immune System*

Miracle Nutrient" Vitamin C that Cured Man
on the Brink of Death

Bread was around 30,000 years ago

Sex Play With Vampires and Furries?
How a Little Imagination Can Give Your Sex Life a Boost

School Shocker:
14 Year Old Raped After Being Used by Teacher to Lure Rapist
''These kinds of shocking, egregious violations of the rights of
young women come from a society that devalues teenage girls
or views them as alluring objects of male sexual interest''


Islamaphobia Rapidly Spreads Through Europe

Merkel says German multi-cultural society has failed

The Revolt Shaking France

The French connection to Haiti’s poverty

Cholera epidemic:
Foul drinking water killing Haitians

War and the Conquest of Eurasia:
Iran’s "Green Wave" Opposition and its Ties to Global Geopolitics

Joe Bageant in Ferrara, Italy:
Algorithms and Red Wine



Issues and Alibis alternative news service

America on Sale

The 10 Smartest and Dumbest U.S. Cities

Jimmy Carter Embraces Hamas Leader
Says Palestinians Live in a 'Cage'
By The Associated Press
Former President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday that Palestinians are "living in a cage"
in Gaza and that the militant group Hamas must be included in all
major efforts for peace.

On the Commons / By Maude Barlow
We are Facing the Greatest Threat to Humanity:
Only Fundamental Change Can Save Us
Quite simply, human-centered governance systems are not working
and we need new economic, development and environmental policies.

The Shaming of America

WikiLeaks and 9/11: What if?
Coleen Rowley, a FBI special agent for more than 20 years,
was legal counsel to the FBI field office in Minneapolis from 1990 to 2003.
They begin: "If WikiLeaks had been around in 2001,
could the events of 9/11 have been prevented?
The idea is worth considering."

WTF?: A Letter to Appalled and Puzzled European Friends
By Bernard Weiner
Dear Wolfgang and Jacqueline: Your recent email, wondering
"what the f--- is going on" these days, questioning whether we
Americans have taken "more than your usual amount of stupid pills,"
is well deserving of a considered response.

The CIA, the KKK and the USA

Ex lider del Ku Klux Klan Johnny Lee Clary habla sobre Wade Watts
(ex Ku Klux Klansman talking about the Klan)

What, Me? Racist?

Hilton sex slaves

Bill Quigley | Socialism?
The Rich Are Winning the US Class War:
Facts Show Rich Getting Richer, Everyone Else Poorer


Biggest Document Leak in History Exposes Real War

New Secret Files Detail Torture, Summary Executions and War Crimes

Civilian Deaths and Torture

WPost Downplays Iraq War Crimes:
"The judges at Nuremberg after World War II had a much deeper understanding
of the horrors of war than the neocon editors at the Washington Post do.
Assessing the barbarity unleashed by the Nazis, the Nuremberg Tribunal identified
“war of aggression” as “the supreme international crime differing only from
other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole.”

WikiLeaks Exposes Rumsfeld's Lies

Iraq War Logs:
UN Demands Obama Investigate Torture

US Attack Kills Nine People In Pakistan:
In the first attack, a US drone fired missiles at a car in Machikhel area
of Mirali tehsil in North Waziristan, killing five militants, sources said.

Fort Hood soldier ordered to delete video of rampage

They Fled Away "Like Gangsters":
Murder and Greed in Baghdad

Are We Giving Our Soldiers Drugs That May
Make Them Kill Themselves?

Global Military Agenda:
Increased US-NATO Military Presence in Southeast Asia.
Completing Plans For Asian NATO

The Weaponization of Space: Corporate Driven Military
Unleashes Pre-emptive Wars

Obama's Robot Wars Endanger Us All
By Johann Hari
Imagine if, an hour from now, a robot-plane swooped over your house
and blasted it to pieces. The plane has no pilot. It is controlled with a joystick
from 7,000 miles away, sent by the Pakistani military to kill you.
It blows up all the houses in your street, and so barbecues your family
and your neighbours until there is nothing left to bury but a few charred slops.


This is pretty good..please forward to anybody you know who might
even be thinking of voting republican.

Farewell Mon Amour:
Prospects on Democracy's Electoral Defeat
Henry A. Giroux, Truthout:
"In the midst of one of the greatest economic disasters the United States
has ever faced, the Gilded Age and its updated '"dreamwords" of consmption,
property and power' have returned from the dead with zombie-like vengeance.
Poised now to take over either one or two houses of Congress,
the exorbitantly rich along with their conservative ideologues wax nostalgically
for a chance to once again emulate that period in 19th century American history
when corporations ruled political, economic and social life, and an allegedly rugged entrepreneurial spirit prevailed unchecked by the power of government
regulations. Wild West, casino capitalism, unhampered by either ethical
considerations or social costs, has reinvented itself and become the politics
of choice in this election year."

Dangerous Brew:
Exposing the Tea Party's Agenda
to Take Over America,

Reject the Neo-American "Insurgents"
on Nov 2

Toxic substance, swastikas sent to
Rep. Grijalva's office

Greg Palast | SarahPAC Candidate
"Should Be in Jail"

Koch, Beck, Business Leaders Plot Election

Fascist America:
Is This Election the Next Turn?

A Clash Over 'Lesser-Evil' Voting

Obama Too Smart,
Too Black for Declining America

The Ricky Ray Rector President

The Real Reason Obama Has Let Us All Down

The billionaire brothers who are waging a war against Obama

Obama vs. the loonies

Conservatives' Big Hypocrisy:
Turning Women Candidates
(Who Are Anti-Sex and Anti-Woman) into Sex Symbols

Rand Paul's Bizarre College Fraternity


The Monster: How a Gang of Predatory Lenders and
Bankers Fleeced America, and Launched a Global Crisis

Amy Goodman
When Banks Are the Robbers

The Bank of America Mortgage Settlement Fiasco
What Bank of America Isn't Saying

From Global Depression to Global Governance
The role of the corporate elites' secretive global think tanks

“Crisis is an Opportunity”:
Engineering a Global Depression to Create a Global Government

Great depression us tent cities in SACREMENTO CALIFORNIA

Janitors With Ph.D.s:
Why We're Spending Way Too Much on Higher Education

China Retaliates Again, Accuses US Of
“Out Of Control” Dollar Printing

The Financial Puzzle Behind 9/11


Educate-Yourself -The Freedom of Knowledge,
The Power of Thought

WikiLeaks proposed as first public target for U.S. govt cyberattack

America's Secret Government

Fort Detrick's anthrax mystery

What in the world are they spraying?
The Chemtrail/Geo-Engineering Coverup


Pentagon Fired On As America Nears All-Out Civil War

Evidence Refutes the Official 9/11 Investigation:
The Scientific Forensic Facts

Extraterrestrial Messages

Patent granted for starship propulsion drive

Reptilian Propaganda on the Streets of Bucharest

In lies we trust cia hollywood and bioterrorism

11 Freedoms that Drunks, Slackers, Prostitutes and Pirates Pioneered
and The Founding Fathers Opposed

Canadian colonel pleads guilty to murders, sex crimes

Masturbate for Peace


When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro."
~ Hunter S. Thompson (1937-2005)

"On a planet that increasingly resembles one huge Maximum Security prison, the only intelligent choice is to plan a jail break."
~ Robert Anton Wilson (1932-2007)

"My philosophy of life is that the meek shall inherit nothing but debasement, frustration and ignoble deaths; that there is security in personal strength; that you can fight City Hall and win; that any action is better than no action, even if it's the wrong action; that you never reach glory or self-fulfillment unless you're willing to risk everything, dare anything, put yourself dead on the line every time; and that once one becomes strong or rich or potent or powerful it is the responsibility of the strong to help the weak become strong". - Harlan Ellison (09/08/1973)
"I did not want to be mistreated, I did not want to be deprived of a seat that I had paid for. It was just time... there was opportunity for me to take a stand to express the way I felt about being treated in that manner. I had not planned to get arrested. I had plenty to do without having to end up in jail. But when I had to face that decision, I didn't hesitate to do so because I felt that we had endured that too long. The more we gave in, the more we complied with that kind of treatment, the more oppressive it became". - Rosa Parks (1992)
"If there is some corner of the world which has remained peaceful, but with a peace based on injustices - the peace of a swamp with rotten matter fermenting in its depths - we may be sure that that peace is false. Violence attracts violence. Let us repeat fearlessly and ceaselessly: injustices bring revolt, either from the oppressed or from the young, determined to fight for a more just and more human world." - Dom Helder Camara(1971)
Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you.-Jean-Paul Sartre
"Power never takes a back step -- only in the face of more power." -- Malcolm X - Source: Malcolm X Speaks, 1965
"I cannot accept, your canon that we are to judge pope and king unlike other men, with a favorable presumption that they do no wrong. If there is any presumption, it is the other way against holders of power ... Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. -- Lord Acton- (1834-1902), First Baron Acton of Aldenham - Source: to the bishop of London, 1887
The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. When there is a gap between one's real and one's declared aims, one turns as it were instinctively to long words and exhausted idioms, like a cuttlefish spurting out ink. - George Orwell (1903 - 1950), "Politics and the English Language", 1946
Sometimes the law defends plunder and participates in it. Thus the beneficiaries are spared the shame and danger that their acts would otherwise involve... But how is this legal plunder to be identified? Quite simply. See if the law takes from some persons what belongs to them and gives it to the other persons to whom it doesn't belong. See if the law benefits one citizen at the expense of another by doing what the citizen himself cannot do without committing a crime. Then abolish that law without delay ... No legal plunder; this is the principle of justice, peace, order, stability, harmony and logic. - Frederic Bastiat
All forms of tampering with human beings, getting at them, shaping them against their will to your own pattern, all thought control and conditioning is, therefore, a denial of that in men which makes them men and their values ultimate. - Isaiah Berlin
"... as all history informs us, there has been in every State & Kingdom a constant kind of warfare between the governing & governed: the one striving to obtain more for its support, and the other to pay less. And this has alone occasioned great convulsions, actual civil wars, ending either in dethroning of the Princes, or enslaving of the people.
Generally indeed the ruling power carries its point, the revenues of princes constantly increasing, and we see that they are never satisfied, but always in want of more.
The more the people are discontented with the oppression of taxes; the greater need the prince has of money to distribute among his partisans and pay the troops that are to suppress all resistance, and enable him to plunder at pleasure.
There is scarce a king in a hundred who would not, if he could, follow the example of Pharaoh, get first all the peoples money, then all their lands, and then make them and their children servants for ever" Benjamin Franklin
"The study of history is a powerful antidote to contemporary arrogance". - Paul Johnson
What we think, or what we know, or what we believe is, in the end, of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do. - John Ruskin (1819 - 1900)
"There can be no compromise on basic principles. There can be no compromise on moral issues. There can be no compromise on matters of knowledge, of truth, of rational conviction." -- Ayn Rand (1905-1982) Author
"There is no worse tyranny than to force a man to pay for what he does not want merely because you think it would be good for him." -- Robert A. Heinlein -- (1907-1988) American writer

"I'm for truth, no matter who tells it. I'm for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I'm a human being, first and foremost, and as such I'm for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole." - Malcolm X


Prince has announced that he's planning a tour that will kick off "on a purple day" in December.
At New York's Apollo Theater last night, the singer announcedto a packed audience that he and his band, the New Power Generation, will perform at "a series of events," dubbed "Welcome 2 America."
He said the tour is "best described as what we've all been waiting for." He told concertgoers to "bring friends, bring your children and bring foot spray 'cause it's gonna be funky."
Prince says the shows will feature funk, R&B and jazz artists including Maceo Parker, Janelle Monae, Mint Condition, Esperanza Spalding, Lalah Hathaway, Sheila E., Cassandra Wilson and Graham Central Station.
In a move that has been rumored for almost six months, it is now confirmed that Ric Ocasek and the Cars have officially reformed.
In late-July, a photo (below) showed up on the Cars' Facebook page with no description. In it were group members Ocasek, Elliot Easton, Greg Hawkes and David Robinson apparently playing in a studio. Fans around the world took it as a sign that the original group was finally reforming.
Last week, the group put up another clue on Facebook, a 73-second snippet of a song calledBlue Tip.
Billboard is now reporting that engineer Paul Orofino confirmed the recording of a new album on the Pro Sound online message board. The message said that the group had recorded some new songs at his studio in Millbrook, NY with the four surviving members and Benjamin Orr's bass parts played and/or programmed by Orofino (Orr died of cancer in 2000). Unfortunately, it looks like the engineer may have let out the news too soon as the message has since been removed from the board.
A source has also told Billboard that the group is also strongly considering a tour in support of a new release.
The Cars broke up in 1988 but attempted to reform in 2005 as the New Cars with Todd Rundgren in place of Ocasek. Ocasek had stated numerous times he was not interested in getting back with the group, but it looks like time has softened his stance.
Meanwhile Elliott Easton is currently touring Australia as lead guitarist for Creedence Clearwater Revisited
Thanks to Pal Joey
DISNEY executives are sweating it out as salty details of an upcoming book written by rocker/actor Keith Richards leak and splash.
The Rolling Stones guitarist has reprised his role as Captain Teague in the next installment of DISNEY'S 'PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN' franchise.
But now executives fear the rocker's shocking admissions in his new book, LIFE, may cause a firestorm and ignite a backlash around the family-friendly Magic Kingdom.
Among the concerns, Richards appears to detail how to safely get stoned: Use 'high-quality drugs' in moderation!
Richard writes: "It's not only the high quality of drugs I had that I attribute my survival to. I was very meticulous about how much I took. I'd never put more in to get a little higher. That's where most people f**k up on drugs."
One well-placed entertainment source explains that Snow White may end up dumping her Dopey!
"They very well could end up cutting Keith out of the new movie over this," claims the insider.
The book reached #2 on AMAZON's hit list late Thursday
Thanks to Dave Basner for these news stories......
For the first time since 1968, Neil Young, Stephen Stills and Richie Furay, also known as Buffalo Springfield, shared a stage together. It happened at Saturday’s Bridge School Benefit, where the trio performed classics like “Mr. Soul” and “Rock and Roll Woman,” rarities like “Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It” and “Burned,” and of course, their hit, “For What It’s Worth.” Crosby, Stills & Nash drummer Joe Vitale stepped in for the late Dewey Martin and longtime Young bassist Rick Rosas replaced the late Bruce Palmer
Last April, Jeff Beck performed an exclusive concert in front of just 200 people at the GRAMMY Museum in L-A and today, you can buy a CD of that performance. It’s called Live and Exclusive from the GRAMMY Museum and includes “Hammerhead,” “A Day in the Life,” “People Get Ready,” “Nessun Dorma” and five other tracks, all of which Beck told us he approves of (See Related Cut #1). Get your copy now at
It seems Led Zeppelin fans didn’t bat an eye at the 780 dollar price tag on guitarist Jimmy Page’s photographic autobiography – all 25-hundred copies of the limited-edition books have been sold, and they haven’t even been released yet. Jimmy Page by Jimmy Page includes 650 photos of the rocker as well as text he wrote. Learn more about it at
Keith Richards has been in the news lately after word got out that in his new autobiography, Life, he says his Rolling Stones bandmate Mick Jagger is “unbearable” and has a small penis. Well Keith told that he and the singer are still “great friends” and while Mick was “a bit peeved about this and that,” they “still want to work together” and have even discussed more activity from the band in 2011. Life hits shelves on Tuesday.
• In the book, Keith also reveals that he hasn’t been in Mick’s dressing room in over 20 years.

Ronnie Wood almost passed out during a performance in London this week. After the show, he told Bang Showbiz that he got so distracting “thinking of the chords and the words and singing” that he forgot to breathe and nearly fainted. The Rolling Stones guitarist added that it wasn’t the first time something like that happened. Previously, he was on the radio singing and said at the time he thought, “I’m gonna f***ing die!” and realized he had to breathe or else he was going to “keel over.” Read more at BangShowbiz
On November 2nd, Deep Purple will put out a pair of electrifying releases. The first is a reissue of their Deepest Purple compilation which will now include a bonus DVD boasting a range of video clips presented by keyboardist Jon Lord. The second is the 30th anniversary re-release of their classic album, Come Taste the Band. That features the remastered record, a single edit of “You Keep on Moving,” and a disc of remixed tracks from the LP plus two previously unreleased instrumental tracks from the recording sessions. Excited? Check out 20-minute long electronic press kits for both sets by searching YouTube for “Deep Purple EPK.”
Next month, four of Procol Harum’s best albums will be reissued with some bonus tracks. Grand Hotel, Exotic Birds and Fruit, Procol’s Ninth and Something Magic will all be re-released with extra songs, including raw versions of album tracks. Singer Gary Brooker told us what he thinks about when he hears the band’s early music.
(Cut #1) “I think really, I can always picture oneself in the studio at the time. It throws you back to the actual event of making of these records.”
The Procol Harum reissues come out on November 1st. The band will also be touring throughout North America next month. Learn more at
The London apartment that John Lennon and Yoko Ono shared in 1968 is now a historic landmark. According to, Yoko unveiled a plaque outside the Motagu Square home this weekend, saying she was “very honored” to do it. Originally, Ringo Starr bought the flat, then rented it out to Paul McCartney and later Jimi Hendrix before Lennon and Ono moved in. The pair shot the naked cover of Two Virgins there.
A handful of Johnny Cash memorabilia is going under the gavel. Guitars, a harmonica, a passport, a briefcase, handwritten lyrics and poems, and the blue jumpsuit Johnny wore to rehearse his performance at San Quentin State Prison are all up for bids in the auction. Items are on view in L-A now before the December 5th sale, which partially benefits MusiCares, the charity that helps musicians in need. Learn more at
Want to buy the hotel where Bob Dylan wrote “Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands” and where Sid Vicious allegedly killed girlfriend Nancy Spungen? Well now you can. New York City’s Chelsea Hotel, where artists like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison spent time, is for sale. Reuters reports an asking price has not been announced.
U2 hasn’t played Nashville, Tennessee in 29 years, but the Irish band is heading down south next year. The group’s 360º Tour will stop at the Vanderbilt Stadium in Music City on July 2nd. Florence and the Machine is set to open the show. More details can be found now at
Four decades have gone by since George Harrison’s iconic All Things Must Pass came out and to mark the anniversary, a remastered, limited-edition 3-LP vinyl set is coming out. The All Things Must Pass 40th anniversary album also features a poster and a lift-top box. It’s due out on November 26th exclusively at Record Store Day-participating independent music retailers. Learn more at
Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason has revealed that he believes Pink Floyd would reunite for the right charity. According to, the drummer revealed that he believes Roger Waters and David Gilmour would also be open to the idea of getting back together for the right cause. "I think it would be a very nice way for a band to gently move towards retirement, by doing shows absolutely for charity rather than for more income," he told the BBC. Waters and Gilmour have already played together this year at a charity event for the Hoping Foundation. There the band played four songs together for the first time since 2005’s Live 8. Waters has also announced that Gilmour will likely join him onstage at one of his forthcoming Wall tour dates next year.
The Doors: Live In Vancouver 1970 will be released next month. The show was recorded on June 6th, 1970 at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia. This set features a guest performance from blues legend Albert King on guitar for three songs including “Little Red Rooster” and “Rock Me.” The show also features the band playing classics like “Roadhouse Blues,” “Five to One,” “When the Music’s Over” and “Love Me Two Times.” The Doors: Live in Vancouver 1970 will be released on November 23rd.
We recently reported that a movie set to the music of the Beach Boys is being created and now, producer John Stamos, who’s played drums with the group, is talking about the project. Stamos told Billboard that the film will take place in Southern California probably around 1967. He explained, “Vietnam was looming, which sort of gives way to the background of the story, and we wanted to be able to tap into all the music that came before that.” Don’t expect any Wilson family drama in the movie though – it will focus on the harmonies and is “completely non-biographical.” Susannah Grant, who wrote Erin Brockovich, is penning the screenplay. John hopes to have the film out before the end of next year, which marks the group’s 50th anniversary
When will the Rolling Stones head out on tour? Charlie Watts told Billboard, “Well, it’s always been ‘next year’ – it’s been like that for two years.” He added, ‘We’ll go on the road when Keith’s [Richards] bored…and Ronnie’s [Wood] bored. At the moment, they’re both not bored. Bored enough, I mean.”
There are times when a band heads into the studio with lyrics in hand and wind up recording with totally different words. Sometimes it’s an accident and has compiled the ten best times when those mistakes made the final release. Topping their Rock and Roll Bloopers list is David Lee Roth, who butchered a lyric on Van Halen’s “Everybody Wants Some.” Instead of singing, “I’ve seen a lot of people just looking for a moonbeam,” the rocker crooned gibberish that sounded like, “Ya take a moople-ah, wookie pah-a moopie.” Van Halen liked the vibe of the new line and kept it. Read more at
Stu Cook, the bass player for Creedence Clearwater Revival, says the CCR record label Fantasy Records has bastardized the Creedence catalogue.
Fantasy Records re-issued the Creedence albums last year with bonus tracks that have riled Stu. “I’m not too thrilled about the bogus tracks,” he tells Undercover News. “They did not consult us about that. We were not involved in anyway in putting those together. A lot of it is trash”.
The bonus songs used on the reissued albums were content that Creedence rejected from the original albums. “It was stuff that wasn’t good enough. That is why it wasn’t released before,” he says. “Some collectors like it. They did a good job of remastering the original discs but they should have found some other way to release the other stuff. I don’t think it generated enough sales to warrant bastardizing the original albums”.
When he heard one of the bonus tracks, he realised that he wasn’t even on the it. “We were in the studio with Booker T. & The MGs just jamming, Stu said. “I listened to ‘Down On The Corner’ and thought “oh no, that can’t be me”, and it wasn’t. It was ‘Duck’ Dunn playing the bass and every third note is a mistake. Why did they do that? What is the redeeming value of putting something like that out without even running it by a musician? It was poor taste, poor judgement and only about the bottom line. They would have done much better if they got the artist involved”.
The history between Creedence and Fantasy Records was well documented in the 70s. Fantasy has a new owner with Concord Music, but the problems still exist. “Fantasy are pathetic and the people who bought them are pathetic,” he says. “It’s the same story. The only time you are happy with a label is when they think they need you. Then they treat you right. The rest of the time it is “get in line and shut up. I actually prefer the old Fantasy to the new Fantasy
Thanks to Al Kooper
The freewheelin' Bruce Langhorne: A musician and master chef
Bob Dylan wrote 'Mr Tambourine Man' about him, and he played guitar on many of the singer's greatest hits. He collaborated with Joan Baez and Harry Belafonte, wrote a string of brilliant film scores, and even created the world's greatest chilli sauce. So why has nobody heard of the great Bruce Langhorne?
Albert King at his finest:-youtube

Friday, October 15, 2010

Links By George October 15th

Lots of new images on my blog including a painting of Ram Das by extraordinary artist of the soul dimensions Martina Hoffmann. There have been many photos uploaded into my flicker account for you to check out of our travels as well as some vintage ones such as one dear one with Terence McKenna taken about 20 years ago.

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23rd of October and the 1st of November.

Sacred Medicine Festival, Brasil Jan 15-31
Ayahuasca and Native American Church
with our friend Yatra and many others


Entheogenesis Australis
EGA 2010 event at Melbourne University – 4th and 5th December
EGA Headliners Synopsis & Spirit Molecule Tour + Discussion Panel Topics

Hawaiian Mysticism Retreat,
November 19-24, Moloka'i

Satsang with Sri Prem Baba -
Wed Oct 27, Studio Maui

Our friend Vasumi is planning a Kukulkan pilgrimage
to Mexico Nov 22

Dr. Ethan Nadelmann speaking in Brisbane on the
disaster of prohibition
1st December


Why Parents Should Support Legalizing Pot

How Paris Hilton's Probation Could Lead to
Saving People's Lives

Santana: 'Mr President, Please Legalise Pot'

What the Pot Legalization Campaign Really Threatens:
Alcohol Industry Profits

Prop. 19 Offers Major Potential for Some Cancer Patients

Prop. 19 Could Set UP Legal Battle Between California, Federal Government

The Pot Book, Edited by Julie Holland, M.D.

Our friend Chris Iverson busted for flying high

Schwarzenegger Signs Bill to Reduce Pot Possession Penalty

Study suggests US should decriminalise cannabis

Key ingredient staves off marijuana memory loss

Get Dutch cannabis on prescription bring it home legally

Did decriminalization of drugs work in Portugal?

Drug Decriminalization, Portugal

Critique of Portugal YouTube story

Maldives: 10 years Jail for 1 gram Cannabis

Catnip(cats high on)

Drugs chart

Doubts about psychedelics from Albert Hofmann,
LSD's discoverer

'Born Illegal' -- Exploring the Powerful Advanced Psychedelics
Invented by the Father of Ecstasy

Kent 2010 Psychedelic Information Theory

Assessment of addiction severity among ritual users of ayahuasca


Podcast: Sacred Psychedelics and
Their Transformative Power

Update: From Neurons to Nirvana + New Clip Up


Mushrooms- The outer space beings

The Magic Mushroom and Atlantis -video

American Indian church sues feds over peyote use

South Africa to research mood-lifting plant

Amazonian Vegetalismo:
A study of the healing power of chants in Tarapoto, Peru.

Review of the book Ayahuasca,
Ritual and Religion in Brazil

Gaia Media's consciousness raising books

Psychoptic Reveries: Visionary Art Book Recommendations

Oakland Museum of California obtains historic poster collection

Generation Woodstock, Generation Disco
There are two groups of baby-boomers.
Generation Woodstock and generation disco.

The Secret History of Rock 'N' Roll
The book's premise, which is that the musical genre of "rock and roll" is significantly based on and related to ancient mystery cults,

Shamans of Ecuador

Heart of Ecuador newsletter from our friends Thom and Caroline

Yoga with Ateeka
December intensive in India

from our friends in Asheville Julia and Robert Roskind

Human Kindness Foundation

A couple of late crop circleformations


The social consciousness art of Mark Bryan

Our friend Ravi -
A kora musician extraordinare and very nice man as well.


I'm a Hippie - Mad Sheer Khan

Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton - Had to Cry Today



The underrated genius of Steve Buscemi

As director James Cameron plans to film Avatar sequel
seven miles below the sea's surface, we go into the deadly
deep with the only two men who've been there


Rare photos of Tibet 100 years ago

White House will finally install solar

Paris to Launch Electric Car-Sharing Program Next Year

In Arabian Desert, a Sustainable City Rises

First Giving

Chimpanzees at the Alamogordo Primate Facility...

What a scientist didn't tell the New York Times about
his study on bee deaths
By Katherine Eban

Why Animals are Biologically Conscious

Ocean Holocaust - U.S. Navy Plans to Decimate
11.7 Million Marine Mammals over the next 5-Years…

Groundwater depletion rate accelerating worldwide



World's oldest observatory found in China?

Are Google’s self-driving cars actually signs of Transformers’
imminent world domination?


The ‘State’ of Midwifery: Pushing for Legalization

The 10 healthiest ethnic cuisines - Food on Shine

Tulsi tea benefits

The Case Against Taking Multivitamins

This Supermarket "Health Food" Killed These
Baby Rats in Three Weeks

This Toxic Food is BANNED in Europe -
But They're Treating us Like Boneheads

Hard to believe but not surprising.
The EU has passed a directive that comes into full force in April 2011 that all herbal and mineral supplements are to be banned, all teaching of all alternative healing methods will be banned, and homeopathic colleges will be disolved, etc. As of this summer it is now forbidden to sell books on using plants and minerals.
If you live in Europe or know people/family in Europe please help circulate this email - they need 35 million signatures now!!!

We Become Silent: The Last Days of Health Freedom part 1

Police Raid in LA of whole food C0-0p! Food Fascism

6 Breakfasts That Could Kill You Before Lunch

Hamburgers are the new heroin

McDonald’s Happy Meal resists decomposition for six months

Fast Food Chains Are Falling Flat with Their
'Healthy' Image Makeover

What Monsanto’s fall from grace reveals
about the GMO seed industry

The "Seedy" Side of the Energy Bar

Banned in Europe for Causing 83,000 Heart Attacks
- Are You Taking it?

Microwaved Water - See What It Does To Plants
(Snopes calls this article false, but....)

If You Want to Age Gracefully,
Don't Eat This

Got Thyroid Problems? Then Stop Consuming This "Healthy" Food

Personal Trainer Says: Most People are Wasting
Their Time Working Out

5 Ways to Keep the Internet from Destroying Your Brain


19th Century Prostitutes Paved Way For Feminism

Why Are There So Many Dumb Misconceptions
About Men and Sex?

Climbing a tower, yikes!


Nine Months After the Quake -
a Million Haitians Slowly Dying

Bulldozers roll out across West Bank as settlement freeze ends:
Building work at the West Bank settlement of Ariel restarted
Monday morning after a 10-month construction ban expired
at midnight on Sunday.

Israel Raid on Gaza Flotilla: US Failure to Condemn Despite UN Findings
By Marjorie Cohn
If Iran had attacked a humanitarian flotilla in international waters and killed 9 people, there would be certain retaliation from Washington. Until our government stands up to the powerful Israel lobby in the United States, the Palestinian people, and our own humanity, will continue to be held hostage.

Pakistan President Believed
'US Behind Taliban Attacks in Pak' to Gain Access to its Nukes
Zalmay Khalilzad, the former US envoy to Afghanistan, once brushed off Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari's claim, that the US was 'arranging' the (suicide) attacks by Pakistani Taliban inside his country, as 'madness', and was of the view that both Zardari and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who believed in this US conspiracy theory, were 'dysfunctional' leaders.

Guatemala: A Test Tube of Repression

Ecuador army frees President Correa from hospital siege

Coup In Eucador!
Call the State Department

The Ecuadorian Coup: Its Larger Meaning

Chavez party wins majority in Congress:
With the vast majority of votes counted, Chavez's party won at least 90 of the 165
seats, while the opposition coalition won nearly 60 seats, National Electoral Council
president Tibisay Lucena said early Monday, AP reported.

The former guerrilla set to be the world's most powerful woman:
The world's most powerful woman will start coming into her own next weekend.
Stocky and forceful at 63, this former leader of the resistance to a Western-backed
military dictatorship (which tortured her) is preparing to take her place as President
of Brazil.

Chile's Ghosts Are Not Being Rescued
By John Pilger
The rescue of 33 miners in Chile is an extraordinary drama filled with pathos and heroism. It is also a media windfall for the Chilean government, whose every beneficence is recorded by a forest of cameras. One cannot fail to be impressed. However, like all great media events, it is a façade.

I Don't Like Dedging My Words
Piedad Córdoba and Her Fight for Peace
By Fidel Castro
I would think that quite a few Colombian military are embarrassed by the grotesque versions of the supposed battle where Commander Jorge Briceño Suárez died. In the first place, there was no battle at all. It was a gross and embarrassing murder.

Turkey and Russia Defy America's Imperial Design in
the Middle East and Central Asia

China’s Growing Independence and the New World Order
by Noam Chomsky

Tens of Thousands Flee Bangladesh Floods

Nato contractors 'attacking own vehicles' in Pakistan

S&P: 60% of Countries Will Be Bankrupt Within 50 Years
By Daniel Tencer
S&P:Predicts US will have a debt of 415% of GDP by 2050 - Some sixty percent of the world's economies will be so in debt by 2060 that their debt will be downgraded to "junk" status, effectively bankrupting the countries.

Pension protests continue in France

Nuclear Weapons and the Survival of the Homo Sapiens
By Fidel Castro Ruz



Excellence in honest news coverage and discussion

Michael Moore | The Decline and Fall of the American Empire

In Struggle With The American Mind

"The United States of America Has Gone Mad"

America's Deepening Moral Crisis
By Jeffrey Sachs
The language of collective compassion has been abandoned in the US,
and no politician dare even mention helping the poor.

A Long History of America's Dark Side

Robert C. Koehler: Then They Came for Me

The New York Times Defends Assassinations

The Anti-Empire Report

Study concludes Americans are the stupidest people on the planet
By Carmen Yarrusso
Every country on earth has its stupid people. But a recent Rand study examining 160
countries concludes America now has the highest percentage of stupid people in all
10 internationally recognized categories of stupidity. This is unprecedented.

Across the U.S., children of progressive activists are under attack.

Andy Kroll,
The Face of An American Lost Generation

Exposing the GOP's Shameful Historical Role in
the Native American Genocide

Firefighters Watch as Home Burns to the Ground
By Jason Hibbs
Each year, Obion County residents must pay $75 if they want fire protection
from the city of South Fulton. But the Cranicks did not pay.

Should Tennessee Firemen Have Let the House Burn?

Evidence Refutes BP's and Fed's Deceptions

Errors from Start to Finish in Oil Spill Response


War Is Murder
By Karen Kwiatkowski

The Nightmare: The Iraq Invasion's Atrocities,
Unearthing the Unthinkable

Death Squads, Porn, Hashish And Killing For Kicks …
It’s Not Just A Few “Bad Apples”

Glenn Greenwald:
They Hate Us For Our Occupations

Britain held secret war talks with U.S. general 11 months
before Iraq invasion

Obama's Massive Power Struggle with the American War Machine

Confession Video: US Soldier Describes Thrill Kill of Innocent Afghans

Killing For Sport
US Soldier Describes Thrill Kill of Innocent Afghans
Confession Video:
Corporal, 22, Tells How His 'Crazy' Sergeant Allegedly Murdered
For Kicks, Collected Body Parts.

Pentagon Destroys Copies of Controversial
Memoir Written by Army Officer

"Everyone Just Wants to Kill People at any Cost"
U.S. soldiers accused of killing civilians in Afghanistan
By Mark Benjamin
"The Army really let me down when I thought I would come out
here to do good maybe make some change in this country I find
out that its all a lie (sic)."

Rampant drug use, random gunfire at Blackwater’s
Baghdad parties: claim

Are Some Military Suicides Caused by Drugging Soldiers?

America uses Depleted Uranium on Iraq

Dwight was right about the military industrial complex

"Underground" Group of Cadets Say Air Force Academy
Controlled by Evangelicals

Wolfowitz Directive Gave Legal Cover to Detainee Experimentation Program


Facebook Politicians Are Not Your Friends

Programmer admits to creating vote rigging
software in 2000's US election

Corporate Cash Floods US Congressional Elections

Walden Bello: Lessons of the Obama Debacle

Exodus of Jewish Advisors from Obama White House Likely Not
an Omen of Good Things to Come


US walks out on Ahmadinejad's UN speech

The Facts About Ahmadinejad's UN Speech
''The Iranian leader did not accuse the U.S. of conspiring to murder thousands of its own people to create a pretext for launching wars as conveyed by the US media.''

Former CNN War Correspondent, Speaks Out On Alleged
War Crime CNN Refused To Air

Bitter Tales from the Massive White Underclass

The Six Billion Dollar Man Bill Clinton

Rolling Stone Gets Obama to Open Up on Fox News,

Tea Parties and the Threat of Election 2010

Obama Deplores World Poverty:
Welcome to the Theatre of Absurd

That's Where the Money Is
"It's beyond astonishing to me that John Boehner has a real chance to be
speaker of the House of Representatives.
I've always thought of Mr. Boehner as one of the especially sleazy figures in a capital seething with sleaze. I remember writing about that day back in the mid-'90s when this slick, chain-smoking, quintessential influence-peddler decided to play Santa Claus by handing out checks from tobacco lobbyists to fellow Congressional sleazes right on the floor of the House."


Robert Reich | The Secret Big-Money Takeover of America

Outright Illegal Scams That Should Put Wall St. Bankers Behind Bar

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? I Only Earn Six Figures

The Mortgage Morass-Paul Krugman, The New York Times

Shock Therapy for Wall Street:
JPMorgan Suspends 56,000 Foreclosures;
GMAC and BOA Many More

Officials in All 50 States Launch Foreclosure Probe

Take Action: Demand To see Your Mortgage Note.
By Wheres The Note
Whether you are facing foreclosure, have an underwater mortgage,
or are just a concerned homeowner, it's important that you contact your
bank and demand to see the original note on your mortgage. It only takes
a few minutes using our free online tool.

Bernanke Ponders The "Nuclear Option"
By Mike Whitney
Ben Bernanke's speech on Friday in Boston could turn out to be a
real barnburner. In fact, there's a good chance the Fed chairman will
announce changes in policy that will stun Wall Street and send
tremors through Capital Hill.

The Global Banks at The Edge of The Precipice


$A parity with Greenback a 'penalty'

How the Phone Companies Are Screwing America:

The $320 Billion Broadband Rip-Off


George Carlin / The American Dream

The Truth About Facebook

Congress Has Plans for an Internet Blacklist in the Works --
Let's Stop This Now

FBI Raids Activists' Homes in Sinister COINTELPRO Replay

FBI Raids and the Police State. Selected Articles

Jim Garrison JFK tapes On the Trail of the Assassins in 2 parts

Are the JFK, RFK and MLK Hits Finally Solved?

Obama Edges To The Dark Side
By Mark LeVine
President Obama has essentially continued almost every major Bush
security policy, either by default or design. State secrets, targeted killings,
renditions and indefinite detention, opposing the right of habeas corpus,
preventing victims of admitted torture from seeking judicial redress,
expanding the Afghan war.

Mr. Lif - Obama (The Obama Deception)

Americans Living in a Police State?
Interview With Paul Craig Roberts
The US government is establishing in the mind of the public that
anyone who criticizes the War on Terror is aligned with terrorists.

U.S. Troops To Deal With Rioting Americans

Will They Raid My Home For Writing This?
By Mary Shaw
It's like McCarthyism all over again.
Invasive Cyber Technologies and Internet Privacy: Big Brother is
only a "Ping" or Mouse Click Away

U.S. should be able to shut Internet, former CIA chief says

Yemen: The Covert Apparatus of the American Empire

CIA Gallery

The Green Agenda Is About Getting Rid Of As Many
Humans As Possible

American Holocaust: McCain's Death Camps USA

Prominent Physicist Resigns: 'Climategate was a fraud on a
scale I have never seen

UN to appoint Earth contact for aliens

USAF: Aliens still controlling nuclear arsenal

'We saw a bright glowing object like an eye': U.S. airman's
startling testimony about UFO encounter near UK nuclear base

UFO shuts down Chinese airport

Chemtrails Kill Exhibit B COLOR in the CHEM

US Colonel Alleges 9/11 Coverup
Must Watch - By Fox News
Judge Napolitano's Ground-breaking interview with Lt. Col,
Anthony Shaffer and Former CIA Intelligence officer, Michael Scheuer. --
Shaffer's book, "Operation Dark Heart" was essentially "censored" by
the Pentagon in order that some classified details could be "redacted".

New Book Exposes the Dirty Truth Behind Coca-Cola: Accusations
of Murder and Environmental Destruction


What we think, or what we know, or what we believe is, in the end, of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do. - John Ruskin (1819 - 1900)

Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear - not absence of fear. - Mark Twain
Guard well within yourself that treasure, kindness. Know how to give without hesitation, how to lose without regret, how to acquire without meanness. - George Sand (1804 - 1876)
"You know, the very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common, they don't alter their views to fit the facts, they alter the facts to fit their views, which can be uncomfortable, if you happen to be one of the facts that needs altering." -- Doctor Who - Source: The Face of Evil
"People sometimes rationalize their greed by saying that it is all for the good of their children but this is nothing but an excuse they use to make their despicable actions appear respectable and praiseworthy." -- Democritus -(460-370 BC) Greek philosopher
There can be no compromise on basic principles. There can be no compromise on moral issues. There can be no compromise on matters of knowledge, of truth, of rational conviction." -- Ayn Rand (1905-1982) Author
"There is no worse tyranny than to force a man to pay for what he does not want merely because you think it would be good for him." -- Robert A. Heinlein -- (1907-1988)
American writer

"There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting." -- Buddha
"I count myself as a spiritual sister to those the US government has murdered, and I am angry at my powerlessness. I have the budding heart of a terrorist." - Karen Kwiatkowski -
"True compassion, is more than flinging a coin to a beggar; it comes to see that an edifice which produces beggars needs restructuring." - Martin Luther King Jr.
"The misapprehension springs from the fact that the learned jurists, deceiving themselves as well as others, depict in their books an ideal of government -- not as it really is, an assembly of men who oppress their fellow-citizens, but in accordance with the scientific postulate, as a body of men who act as the representatives of the rest of the nation.
They have gone on repeating this to others so long that they have ended by believing it themselves, and they really seem to think that justice is one of the duties of governments.
History, however, shows us that governments, as seen from the reign of Caesar to those of the two Napoleons and Prince Bismarck, are in their very essence a violation of justice; a man or a body of men having at command an army of trained soldiers, deluded creatures who are ready for any violence, and through whose agency they govern the State, will have no keen sense of the obligation of justice. Therefore governments will never consent to diminish the number of those well-trained and submissive servants, who constitute their power and influence."
Leo Tolstoy -- Source: Writings on Civil Disobedience and Non-Violence (Signet Books, 1968), pp. 238-239.


Pop singer Eddie Fisher passed away Wednesday night at his home in Berkeley of complications from hip surgery, his daughter, Tricia Leigh Fisher of Los Angeles, told The Associated Press. He was 82.
"Late last evening the world lost a true America icon," Fisher's family said in a statement released by publicist British Reece. "One of the greatest voices of the century passed away. He was an extraordinary talent and a true mensch."
In the early 50s, Fisher sold millions of records with 32 hit songs including 'Thinking of You,' 'Any Time,' 'Oh, My Pa-pa,' 'I'm Yours,' and 'Wish You Were Here.' His fame was enhanced by his 1955 marriage to movie darling Debbie Reynolds -- they were touted as "America's favorite couple" -- and the birth of two children. Their daughter Carrie Fisher became a film star herself in the first three 'Star Wars' films as Princess Leia.
His clear voice brought him a devoted following of teenage girls in the early 1950s before marriage scandals overshadowed his fame.
When Eddie Fisher's best friend, producer Mike Todd, was killed in a 1958 plane crash, Fisher comforted the widow, Elizabeth Taylor. Amid sensationalist headlines, Fisher divorced Reynolds and married Taylor in 1959.
The Fisher-Taylor marriage lasted only five years. She fell in love with co-star Richard Burton during the Rome filming of 'Cleopatra,' divorced Fisher and married Burton in one of the great entertainment world scandals of the 20th century. Fisher's career never recovered from the notoriety. He married actress Connie Stevens, and they had two daughters. Another divorce followed.
In 1983, Fisher attempted a full-scale comeback. But his old fans had been turned off by the scandals, and the younger generation had been turned on by rock. The tour was unsuccessful.
At 47, Fisher married a 21-year-old beauty queen, Terry Richard. The marriage ended after 10 months. His fifth marriage, to Betty Lin, a Chinese-born businesswoman, lasted longer than any of the others. Fisher had two children with Reynolds: Carrie and Todd; and two girls with Stevens: Joely and Tricia.
The Who are coming back next year. Singer Roger Daltrey revealed the news in a fan Q&A on the band’s official site, telling readers that guitarist Pete Townshend is writing new material, possibly even for Floss, that rock opera which he started last year. Roger added that he’s hoping the group will tour most of 2011, revisiting classic albums like Quadrophenia and Tommy. The rocker stated, “We’re in the planning stages for next year… I can’t really talk about specifics yet, but it will be based around a past work.” Read more at
Want to see Neil Young performing his new album, Le Noise, in its entirety? Well now you can from the comfort of your own home! The singer has released a film of himself playing the whole record and it’s available online. Check it out by searching YouTube for “Neil Young Le Noise The Film.”
The stories in The Onion are fake but when the paper’s A.V. Club interviews musicians, it’s for real. But in the Club’s chat with Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant, the rocker says something that could go either way. When asked if Zep are thinking of playing again, Plant cryptically responded, “I think we’re probably thinking about talking.” No word on what that could mean or if Robert was just being cheeky, but you can read more from him at
Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall were with each other for decades and have four children together and now, the former model is talking about Mick’s heroin habit. According to England’s Telegraph, in her new autobiography, Hall reveals the Rolling Stone singer smoked heroin regularly in the ‘70s and did LSD daily for a year in the ‘60s. She told him she wouldn’t see him if he took drugs so he stopped. Read more at
Bad Company are currently touring in America and head off to Japan later this year, but what will happen to the band after that? Singer Paul Rodgers told the Times Record that after the dates in Asia, “There will be no further plans for Bad Company.” No word on if that means the group will be retired again, but Paul did say he plans to focus on his solo career in the coming months. Read more at and get all of the band’s dates at
Guitar titans' one and only meeting to be released as a deluxe CD/DVD November 9th on Stax
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — On December 6, 1983, legendary blues guitarist Albert King joined his disciple Stevie Ray Vaughan on a Canadian sound stage for the live music television series In Session. Magic happened. The highly sought after video footage from that one-time legendary summit becomes available for the first time ever on November 9 with the release of Stax Records’ deluxe two-disc CD/DVD In Session.

The DVD contains three classic performances unavailable on the previously issued audio disc: “Born Under a Bad Sign,” the landmark title track from Albert King’s biggest Stax release written by William Bell and Booker T. Jones; Stevie Ray’s “Texas Flood,” the Larry Davis-penned title track of Vaughan’s immortal debut album; and “I’m Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town,” made famous by Louis Jordan and later, Ray Charles.

“It was evident from the first choruses,” writes liner notes author/musicologist Samuel Charters, “that they were playing for each other. And that was the best audience either of them could ever have. The music never lost its intensity, its quality of something very important being handed back and forth and there was time for Stevie and Albert to see where their ideas took them.”

Accolades have showered upon this momentous encounter. “As a document of what was probably one of the greatest nights in the musical life of SRV, this belongs in the collection of every true fan,” said the Austin American-Statesman. Sonic Boomers added, “Both men are gone now, but rare recordings like In Session remind us of a time when blues giants still walked the earth side by side.” Elmore magazine called it “an indispensible part of any blues fan’s collection.” And BluesWax noted, “thank goodness, this disc lives on and on.”

Now this one-of-a-kind visual document featuring two giants of American blues can be enjoyed by audiences all over the world. Sadly, King and Vaughan would not share a stage together ever again. Vaughan, 31 years King’s junior, died in a helicopter crash in the fog on the way back from a concert in 1990. King outlived him by two years, dying of a heart attack in 1992. They didn’t meet often, and their careers took different paths. But we can all be grateful for that one long day in a television studio when sparks flew and this timeless performance was forever captured
Dark Horse Records recently announced the October 19th release of a limited edition deluxe box set, entitled COLLABORATIONS. The release honors the sitar master’s 90th birthday.
Collaborations is a 3 CD and 1 DVD uniquely numbered limited edition box set. All compositions were composed by Ravi Shankar and produced by George Harrison over a period of 20 years.
The DVD is a rare concert performance of Ravi Shankar’s Music Festival From Indiarecorded at London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1974. The albums include the acclaimed Chants Of India (1997), The Ravi Shankar Music Festival From India (studio version 1976) andShankar Family & Friends (1974). The 56-page book includes a foreword by Philip Glass, a history of George and Ravi “in their own words” and rare photographs from both family archives.
Collaborations is available on Dark Horse Records.
Order your box set through to receive a free Dark Horse Gift Set, including a Dark Horse gift bag, embroidered patch and sticker (while supplies last).
TOKYO – Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins — one of the last surviving legends of the golden era of jazz — has just turned 80. His hair is a burst of white, and he staggers a bit when he walks on stage.
But when he plays, he still sounds like a 20-year-old, and his Japanese fans can't get enough.
Rollins is back this week on an 80th birthday tour in this nation long known for its love of jazz.
It's also a place where Rollins feels at home. Since 1963, when he first visited Japan, Rollins has studied Buddhism, yoga and meditation, and frequents the temples and bamboo forests of the ancient capital of Kyoto.
"Maybe I was Japanese in my past life," he told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from his home in Germantown, New York, ahead of his trip.
Rollins, who turned 80 on Sept. 7, has visited Japan more than 20 times, almost always playing to sellout crowds.
Each time, he brings the unmistakable power of his legacy, which includes collaborations with some of the biggest names in jazz — Max Roach, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk.
The crowd at JCB Hall in Tokyo on Monday clapped adoringly at his solos and gave him a long standing ovation after his 1 1/2-hour performance. He has three other concerts in Japan through Saturday.
"He was gorgeous," said schoolteacher Shoko Tateishi, who has heard Rollins three times, as well as Chet Baker and Ron Carter. "You didn't sense his age a bit."
Throughout his trademark piano-less performance, with Bob Cranshaw on bass, Russell Malone on guitar, Kobie Watkins on drums and Sammy Figueroa on percussion, Rollins' sound was full and energetic — befitting his reputation as the "saxophone colossus."
Rollins believes Japanese people gravitate to his music because it is beyond the barriers of language or nationality.
"Jazz is a very universal music. There is no doubt about it," he said. "When you hear jazz, there is something in it that gives you the feeling of something bigger than this particular life that we live in. That's why jazz is such a great music."
Rollins, who still practices daily and insists his pursuit of perfection is far from over, shrugs off getting older, although he acknowledges he is physically weaker and can't eat as much ice cream as he used to.
He feels pretty much the same as that moment he fell in love with jazz — after hearing Fats Waller's piano as a child.
"And so being 80 is just a number," he said. "I know that the body is here for just a minute, but the soul is always here."
On stage, Rollins, wearing a bright red shirt, was tireless, swaying to the rhythms, playing ballads, standards and calypso-inspired compositions, wrapping up with his signature tune "St. Thomas."
Hajime Ban, a 69-year-old designer, was in tears after the performance.
"At this stage in his life, he is no longer human," he said. "I don't want to think this is the last time we're going to be able to hear him."
Rollins doesn't dwell on his past, although he is one of a handful left standing among the giants of jazz, who were so critical in defining the art form during the 1950s and 1960s.
"I am still able to play my horn. It is a blessing. It is a gift. I am not looking backward at all," he said. "Eighty is fine."
The surreal odyssey of The Monkees' HEAD continues! Rhino Handmade expands the superbly strange soundtrack as an exclusive three-disc boxed set featuring 20 previously unreleased tracks, outtakes, rarities, and live performances; plus an entire disc containing a rare promo-only radio interview Davy recorded in 1968. Ahead of its time when released, HEAD has become a cult classic from the psychedelic era and the DELUXE EDITION contains many of the missing links of this conceptual soundtrack.
A kaleidoscope of unissued auditory delights, HEAD (DELUXE EDITION) begins with the newly remastered original soundtrack including the ethereal theme "Porpoise Song," and offers up alternate stereo mixes for nearly every track. It also features a rough stereo mix of "Can You Dig it" with Tork singing instead of Dolenz, "Daddy's Song" which is remixed with a section that was never used in the film or soundtrack album, and an unreleased stereo mix of "Swami - Plus Strings."
Disc two delivers outtakes and rarities, including mono mixes for every track, along with perhaps most monumentally, a long-lost live set recorded at the Valley Music Hall in Salt Lake City from the spring of 1968. The performances were captured for the film, but ultimately only one track ("Circle Sky") was used. Long rumored, recently discovered, this is the first time these legendary live tracks have ever been available.
Disc three rounds out the set with an elusive radio interview with Jones about the album that was only issued as a promotional LP in 1968. It also includes full tracks and excerpts from the Head soundtrack that were interspersed throughout the interview. The original promo disc is considered one of the rarest Monkees collectibles, and now we're making it available for you to hear!
Housed in a 7" x 7" deluxe box with a mirrored finish that replicates the original vinyl release, the collection also features (X pages of) new liner notes by Andrew Sandoval and Rachel Lichtman, including brand-new interviews with Michael Nesmith and director Bob Rafelson, plus dozens of unpublished color photos.
Only available at, HEAD (DELUXE EDITION) is due at the end of October, but you can pre-order it now.
That's not all! The Monkees are coming to Blu-Ray! The Criterion Collection presents "America: Lost And Found," a special edition Blu-ray collector's set with new, restored high-definition digital transfers of Head; Easy Rider; Five Easy Pieces; Drive, He Said; A Safe Place; The Last Picture Show & The King Of Marvin Gardens. This set also features behind-the-scenes documentaries, audio commentaries, liner notes, and more!
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By TOBY STERLING and NEKESA MUMBI MOODY, Associated Press Writers
AMSTERDAM – Solomon Burke, the larger-than-life "King of Rock and Soul" who was revered as one of music's greatest vocalists but never reached the level of fame of those he influenced, died early Sunday at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. He was 70.
Born to the sound of music in an upstairs room of a Philadelphia church, Burke was acknowledged as one of the greatest soul singers of the 1960s, but his popularity never matched that of contemporaries like James Brown or Marvin Gaye.
Two of Burke's best-known songs reached a wider audience when they were featured in hit movies.
He wrote "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" in 1964 and it was later featured in the Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi movie "The Blues Brothers." The Rolling Stones and Wilson Pickett also recorded it.
A bare-chested Patrick Swayze danced seductively with Jennifer Grey to Burke's "Cry To Me" in one of the most memorable scenes from the movie "Dirty Dancing."
Legendary Atlantic Records producer Jerry Wexler once called Burke, "the best soul singer of all time."
Anti- Records President Andy Kaulkin, whose label produced Burke's comeback record, "Don't Give Up On Me," which won him his first and only Grammy, said, "Popular music today wouldn't be where it is without Solomon Burke."
There’s a HBO new biopic in the works that’ll tell the life story of record producer Phil Spector and according to the New York Times, Al Pacino will play him. David Mamet is writing the screenplay about Spector, who created the “wall of sound” in the 1960’s and who was convicted of second-degree murder last year in the 2003 shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson. Spector is now serving a 19-years-to-life sentence. No word on when the movie will come out.
Pollstar magazine has released a third-quarter recap of the top touring artists this year. In the past nine months, AC/DC sold more tickets than any other band – over 1.8-million of them. Bon Jovi came in second, moving 1.36-million tickets. Other rockers on the chart include Metallica at 18 with 540-thousand, Rush at 33 with 350-thousand and at 38, Guns N’ Roses, who sold 319-thousand tickets. Learn more at
Today, you can pick up the re-release of Ladies and Gentlemen… The Rolling Stones. The DVD features a remastered version of the 1974 concert flick that shows the band during their 1972 tour in support of Exile on Main St. Drummer Charlie Watts told us about the magic the legendary group experiences on stage.
(Cut #1) “There’s a thing that goes on when we’re together. I don’t know what it is. It’s just one of those things.”
The remastered Ladies and Gentlemen… The Rolling Stones also includes an introduction by Mick Jagger as well as an interview with the singer. Learn more at and pick up your copy today.
Want to live where Paul McCartney once rested his head and wrote his solo hit “Mull of Kintyre?” Now you can! The singer’s Carskiey Estate in Scotland is for sale for 4.7-million dollars. According to the BBC, along with amazing views, the nine-bedroom home includes a spa and cottages. Read more at
• Released in 1977, “Mull of Kintyre” spent nine weeks at number one in the U-K. It was the first single to sell over two-million copies in the U-K alone. However, the tune peaked in the U-S at 33.
Could Rod Stewart be thinking of reuniting with his former Jeff Beck Group bandmate Jeff Beck? Possibly! Rod told Billboard that after the success of his American Songbook covers album, he wants to do more diverse records, including one with Beck. Stewart revealed he’s meeting with Jeff in a couple weeks to see if they can work together and what they’d want to do. Rod explained, “We’re a little bit older now and we can tolerate each other.” Read more at
It’s been 40 years since The Who played in Leeds, England then released a live album featuring that show. Now, the band plan to put out a Live at Leeds: 40th Anniversary Super-Deluxe Collector’s Edition set. Along with the original album, the package will also include the group’s gig in Hull, England, where they performed the night after they played Leeds. Both live albums will come as two-CD sets and the collection also boasts a heavyweight vinyl reproduction of the original Live at Leeds, a hardback book, a seven-inch single of “Summertime Blues”/”Heaven & Hell” and a poster of Pete Townshend. It all comes out on November 16th and you can learn more at
Saturday was John Lennon’s 70th birthday and to mark the occasion, Gibson has released a limited number of J-160E’s, the type of guitar Lennon played. John’s widow, Yoko Ono, requested that the company do it so they’ll be putting out three models. On Saturday, 70 all-white Imagine editions of the instrument were released, as was 70 replicas of the J-160E as it was when John was killed 20 years ago. Meanwhile, five-hundred replicas of an earlier model will also come out. They’ll be priced between 47-hundred and 15-thousand dollars. Learn more at
For the very first time in history the “World’s Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band,” ABKCO Records and Universal Music Group have joined forces to offer two vinyl box set collections spanning over 40 years of the Rolling Stones’ career. The box sets include 23 original studio albums, two “Big Hits” collections as well as two rare EPs. They will be released on November 22 in the U.K. and November 23 in the U.S. and Canada. The Rolling Stones 1964-1969 and The Rolling Stones 1971-2005 Vinyl Box Sets offer the consumer a wealth of great Rolling Stones music, much of which hasn’t been available on vinyl for a considerable period of time.
The Rolling Stones 1964-1969 Vinyl Box Set, a limited edition numbered box set collection, chronologically encompasses the Stones’ early U.K. releases. The set includes nine re-mastered Rolling Stones studio albums, two remastered EPs, plus two “Big Hits” collections. It's the first vinyl reissue in decades for The Rolling Stones (EP), The Rolling Stones, Five by Five (EP), The Rolling Stones No. 2, Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) and Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2).
The first five titles in the set are presented in their original mono format affording, for the first time in years, an opportunity for Stones fans to enjoy remastered versions of the tracks “I Can’t Be Satisfied,” “Time Is On My Side” (Version 2) and “Down the Road Apiece” as originally released. Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) is included with its original octagonal cover and artwork intact. Metamorphosis is also included in the set; the album was first released in 1975 but is wholly comprised of tracks recorded from the early-to-late sixties. The inclusion of the band’s original two “Big Hits” collections was mandated by the fact that U.K. album releases in that era most often did not include contemporaneously released hit singles.
The world really was the Rolling Stones’ oyster in the seventies, as their escapades made headlines around the world from the French Riviera to Switzerland and via the U.S. and Canada. They performed groundbreaking concerts in arenas and moved effortlessly into open-air stadiums. They stuck their collective tongue out at the British establishment and became citizens of the world.

They set up their own label and made the most of their new-found artistic freedom and, most importantly, they issued a series of definitive studio albums: Sticky Fingers, Exile On Main Street, Goats Head Soup, It’s Only Rock ’n’ Roll, Black And Blue and Some Girls. They partied at Studio 54, came up with dance-floor hits “Miss You” and “Emotional Rescue,” and recorded in Paris, Nassau, Jamaica and New York.
The eighties saw the band stretch the envelope further still, working with jazz great Sonny Rollins, film directors Julien Temple and Michael Lindsay-Hogg, and producers Chris Kimsey and Steve Lillywhite on classics such as Emotional Rescue, Tattoo You, Undercover, Dirty Work and Steel Wheels.

Throughout the next two decades they filmed with Scorsese, recorded with Don Was and released further groundbreaking albums--Voodoo Lounge and Bridges To Babylon, right up to 2005’s triumphant A Bigger Bang.

Fans now get a chance to rediscover many of their past favorites and unearth some forgotten gems along the way too …all re-mastered and sounding better than ever.

The two volumes, a compendium of the band’s U.K.-released studio recordings, will be marketed jointly by ABKCO and UMG and span the band’s output from the dawn of their recording career in early 1964 with the release of their debut LP The Rolling Stones, through to A Bigger Bang, originally released in 2005. Pressings in The Rolling Stones 1964-1969 and The Rolling Stones 1971-2005 Vinyl Box Sets are 180-gram virgin heavyweight vinyl and are part of the much lauded Back-to-Black classic vinyl reissue series.

Jody Klein, ABKCO Music and Records CEO, remarked, “With the current marketplace resurgence of vinyl, these collections are certain to delight both long-standing Stones fans as well as contemporary vinyl devotees. The quality of the pressings and the care with which these historic releases have been remastered is breathtaking.”
"We are honored to continue our campaign to preserve the Stones legacy with the highest quality sets for fans to enjoy," added Bruce Resnikoff, President/CEO, Universal Music Enterprises (UMe).
Andrew Kronfeld, Universal Music Group International’s Executive VP, International Marketing, said, “Vinyl was the Rolling Stones’ accomplice from day one, so this is the way to hear the world’s greatest rock ’n’ roll band. There’s nothing else to say… just listen.”

The Rolling Stones 1964-1969 Vinyl Box Set
Bob Dylan Makes First TV Appearance in Years - on 'Pawn Stars'

ps ck out David Crosby in the intro number
Bob Dylan LIVE at the White House plus Bonus
Bob Dylan & Bruce Springsteen - Forever Young
If you haven't seen this, you MUST see this......
John Lennon & Cheap Trick - the music video
Howlin' Wolf - "How Many Years"
Freddie King Performing Have "You Ever Loved A Woman"
Freddie King - Let the Good Times Roll - Excerpt
Jimi Hendrix - "Hear My Train Coming" - acoustic

Junior Brown - My Wife Thinks You're Dead (Video)







Give Peace a Chance

Give Peace a Chance

John Lennon

John Lennon

George Harrison

Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix

Dr. Albert Hofmann

Dr. Albert Hofmann

Doctor Tim

Doctor Tim
Third Eye Past Infinity

Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones
Satanic Majesty's Request

Rolling Stones 2000 light years

Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd
Uncover Art

Favorite Records./Musicians (1-50)

  • Jimi Hendrix: Electric Ladyland
  • Beatles: Sgt. Peppers
  • Beatles: White Album
  • Led Zeppelin: 1
  • Rolling Stones: Let it Bleed
  • Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon
  • Rolling Stones: Exile on Main Street
  • Led Zeppelin: 2
  • Beatles: Revolver
  • Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced
  • Grateful Dead: Live '72
  • Cream: Disraeli Gears
  • Beatles: Abbey Road
  • Big Brother/Janis: Cheap Thrills
  • Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers
  • Jeff Beck/Rod Steward: Faith
  • Jimi Hendrix: Axis Bold As Love
  • Grateful Dead: Anthem to the Sun
  • Miles Davis: Bitches Brew
  • Traffic: first one
  • Doors: first one
  • Rolling Stones: Satanic Majesties
  • Ten Years After: Cricklewood Green
  • Spirit: The Family That Plays Together
  • Cream: Wheels of Fire
  • Stepenwolf: first one
  • Jefferson Airplane: After Bathing at Baxters
  • Beatles: Magical Mystery Tour
  • Traffic: Dear Mr. Fantasy
  • Greatful Dead: Aoxoxo..
  • Animals: Love Is
  • Pink Floyd: Ungamunga
  • Miles Davis: In a Silent Way
  • Tim Buckley: Blue Melody
  • Tim Leary/Jimi Hendrix: You Can Be Anyone
  • Jefferson Airplane: Surrealistic Pillow
  • Doors: Soft Parade
  • Joe Cocker: first one
  • Ravi Shankar: Monterey
  • Rolling Stones: Beggars Banquet
  • George Harrison: All Things Must Pass
  • Doors: Strange Days
  • Jimi Hendrix: Cry of Love
  • Weather Report: I Sing the Body Electric
  • Doors: Waiting for the Sun
  • John Coltrane: My Favorite Things
  • Grateful Dead: first
  • Zappa: Hot Rats
  • Traffic: Low Spark of High Heel Boys
  • Jethro Tull: Aqualung



Favorite Records/Musicians (50-100)

  • Tim Buckley: Greetings From LA
  • Allman Brothers: Live At the Filmore
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra: Birds of Fire
  • John Mclaughlin: Love, Devotion and Surrender
  • Santana: first
  • Pink Floyd: BBC
  • Led Zeppelin: Houses of the Holy
  • Jimi Hendrix: Band of Gypsys
  • Miles Davis: Bitches Brew Sessions/Another Bitches Brew
  • Grateful Dead: (live from the 80's)
  • Crosby Stills Nash and Young: deja vu
  • Bob Dylan: Subterenean Homesick Blues
  • Tim Buckley: Happy Sad
  • Weather Report: second
  • Santana/McLauglin: Love, Devotion and Surrender
  • Bob Dylan: Hwy 61 Revisited
  • Derek and the Dominoes: Layla
  • David Crosby: If I Could Remember My Name
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra
  • Jimi Hendrix: Rainbow Bridge
  • Led Zeppelin: III
  • Pink Floyd: Shine on You Crazy Diamond
  • Miles Davis: Live-Evil
  • Grateful Dead: live 90's
  • Beatles: Rubber Soul
  • Miles Davis: Sketches of Spain
  • Jimi Hendrix: Cry of Love
  • Moody Blues: In Search of the Lost Chord
  • Beatles: Magical Mystery Tour
  • John Mclauglin: My Goal's Beyond
  • Santana: Welcome
  • Country Joe: Electric Music
  • Pink Floyd: Pompei
  • Moody Blues: Tomorrow
  • Who: Tommy
  • Stevie Wonder: Talking Book
  • Jimi Hendrix: Midnight Lightning
  • Frank Zappa: Us and Them
  • Quicksilver: first one
  • Spirit: Fresh Garbage
  • Mothers of Invention: Only in it for the Money
  • Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs and Englishman
  • Bob Dylan: Another Side Of
  • Cream: Fresh
  • Yes: first
  • Who: Live at Leeds
  • Rolling Stones: High Tides
  • Tim Buckley: Safronia
  • King Crimson: Court of Crimson King



Favorite Records/Musicians(100-150)

  • Paul Butterfield-East West
  • Jean Luc Ponty: Enigmatic Voyage
  • Miles Davis: Seven Steps
  • Shawn Philips: Faces
  • Byrds: Notorious Bird Brothers
  • Steppenwolf: Monster
  • Raphael; Music to Disapear In 2
  • Buffalo Springfield: Retrospect
  • Neil Young: first
  • Beatles: Let it Be
  • Pink Floyd: Meddle
  • Neil Young: Everybody Knows this is Nowhere
  • Allman Brothers: Eat a Peach
  • Frank Zappa: Apostrophe
  • Gong
  • Miles Davis: Big Fun
  • Neil Young: Zuma
  • Miles Davis: Kind of Blue
  • Doors: Morrison Hotel
  • Soft Machine-first
  • Grand Funk Railroad: Closer to Home
  • Jefferson Starship: Blows Against the Empire
  • John Luc Ponty: Tales of...
  • Blind Faith
  • Neil Young: Harvest
  • Jefferson Airplane: Volunteers
  • Eric Burdon and War
  • Rolling Stones: Between the Buttons
  • Jefferson Airplane: Bless Its Pointed Little Head
  • Cream: Goodbye
  • Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here
  • Who: Who's Next
  • Quicksilver: first
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash, Young: 4 Way Street
  • Tim Buckley: Happy/Sad
  • Lauro Nyro: Christmas and the Beads of Sweat
  • Spirit: Ice
  • Shawn Phillips: Colaboration
  • Rolling Stones: Only Rock and Roll
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra: Inner Mounting Flame
  • Pink Floyd: Animals
  • Traffic: Last Exit
  • Stevie Wonder: Talking Book
  • Pink Floyd: Obscured by Clouds
  • Jean Luc Ponty: Cosmic Messenger
  • Steve Stills: first
  • Bob Marley: Exodus
  • Pink Floyd: Saucer Full of Secrets
  • Traffic: Shoot Out at the Fantasy Farm
  • It's A Beautiful Day: first
  • Pete Townsend: Who Came First
  • Mothers of Invention: Freak Out
  • Doors: LA Woman

Grateful Dead Movie Cartoon

Led Zeppelin- Whole Lot of Love

Hieronymus Bosch's

Hieronymus Bosch's