The big 7 – 0, August 20.
Time flies, eh?
Possible critter remnant? Or critter byproduct remnant? Credit NASA/JPL
Tiny “terlet,” maybe? J/K. Sort of.
The latest. Good enough for them to take a second look! Only happened once before. Credit NASA/JPL All pics here.
Unfortunately… a false alarm… just a rock. Albeit the gol dang coolest rock we’ve seen in a long, long time!
Nice hole, eh? Credit NASA/JPL
We need boots on the ground.
Another shot of a different Ford GTX1
This is a factory-engineered and factory-authorized open top custom limited production version of the Ford GT that Ford built from 2005 to 2006. It’s story is pretty cool… I recommend the Car and Driver article, the first few paragraphs of which are here below:
There aren’t many high-school dropouts who get calls from giant automakers asking for help. But Mark Gerish of Manitoc, Wisconsin, who 20-some years ago quit high school to learn the craft of auto bodywork, is just that.
Recently, we ran into him — you should pardon the expression — as he was driving north out of L.A. on the coast, a blonde beside him in a handcrafted prototype he built at the behest of the Ford Motor Company. Life is good. Today he’s an entrepreneur of the first order. No doubt he’s thinking of a reality show he could star in. Call it “Cars I Build That Automakers Should Have.” Because that’s what he does. He pounds metal, but way above the realm of body-shop welder or custom-car builder. Gerish comes in where the automaker goes out.
He’s turned out a convertible version of a Ferrari 250GTO, quite a feat seeing as how no such thing ever existed. He handmade a 427 Cobra for Jay Leno. Jay can pay. Of the Rolls-Royce Phantom, which has been selling like cold cakes, Gerish says: “It’s too small to be chauffeur-driven but too big to be owner-driven.” His solution? Stretch them. And he got orders. When the Ford GT came along, Gerish said, “Nice car, but what can I do?”
At first Ford didn’t need his help. The House of Henry was doing so well with the Ford GT, originally priced at $139,995, that for a while it was selling at 40 grand over sticker. Ford will have built 3500 to 4000 of them by the end of the run on August 31.
Then fate struck. Ford decided to pop eyeballs at the aftermarket SEMA show in Las Vegas last fall with a GT show car …
High school drop out turned master coachbuilder… that is just freaking awesome.
PETER GREEN FLEETWOOD MAC Live in Boston MA 1970 (Volume 3)
Published on Oct 19, 2011
“Jumping at Shadows” (Bennett)
“Sandy Mary” (Green)
“If You Let Me Love You” (B. B. King)
“Loving Kind” (Kirwan)
“Coming Your Way” (Kirwan)
“Madison Blues” (James)
“Got to Move” (James)
“The Sun Is Shining” (James)
“Oh Baby” (James)
“Tiger” (Ollie Jones)
“Great Balls of Fire” (Jack Hammer, Otis Blackwell)
“Tutti Frutti” (Joe Lubin, Penniman, Dorothy LaBostrie)
“On We Jam” (Green, Kirwan, Spencer, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood)
Well, what can one say when the Lord God’s band plays?
Savor every note.
New Grass Revival – Barren County (Full Album)
Published on Apr 1, 2017
Barren County full album New Grass Revival. 1979
Sam Bush – mandolin, John Cowan – bass, Courtney Johnson – banjo, Curtis Burch – guitar, featuring: Kenny Smith, Kenny Malone, Bill Kenner.
1) Dancin’ With The Angels 0:00
2) In The Plan 4:02
3) How About You 7:08
4) Crazy In The Night 11:17
5) Don’t Look Back 14:53
6) Spring Peepers 19:37
7) Souvenir Bottles 23:03
8) Going To The Fair 28:54
9) Lee Highway Blues 34:07
Gosh, man, I haven’t heard these guys in ages!
Thank God for astute uploaders of excellent taste.
Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band – Ragged But Right (Full Album)
Published on Mar 26, 2014
1. Ragged But Right (00:30)
2. Short Life Of Trouble (04:55)
3. I Ain’t Never (08:44)
4. Trouble In Mind (12:43)
5. Drifting With The Tide (18:21)
6. Band Introductions (21:50)
7. Deep Elem Blues (23:37)
8. Rose Lee McFall (30:36)
9. Two Soldiers (33:58)
10. If I Lose (38:36)
11. Bright Morning Star (41:25)
12. Goodnight Irene (43:57)
13. It’s A Long, Long Way (To The Top Of The World) (51:15)
14. Drifting To Far From The Shore (55:08)
15. Turtle Dove (1:00:40)
Ragged but Right is the second live album by the Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band. It was recorded in October and December 1987 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City, the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, and the Warfield Theater in San Francisco. It was released on November 16, 2010, twenty-two years after the band’s first album, Almost Acoustic.
Garcia on guitar and vocals, David Nelson of the New Riders of the Purple Sage on guitar and vocals, and Sandy Rothman on mandolin, dobro, banjo, and vocals — plus long-time Garcia collaborator John Kahn on acoustic bass, Kenny Kosek on fiddle, and David Kemper on snare drum.
Oh, dear Lord, my heart’s a-swingin’ and my Soul’s a-smilin.’
I miss this stuff so bad…
Amelia Earhart The Truth at Last
Published on Apr 22, 2016
“Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last”, presents many remarkable and enlightening new findings, eyewitness accounts and analysis, and never-before-published revelations from many unimpeachable sources including famed U.S. generals and iconic newsman and Earhart researcher Fred Goerner’s files that reveal the truth about her death on Saipan, as well as the sacred cow status of this matter within the American establishment. “The Truth at Last” explodes the government-created myth that Amelia Earhart’s Electra, NR 16020 crashed and sank in the central Pacific off Howland Island on July 2, 1937 During an attempt to make a circumnavigational flight of the globe in 1937 in a Purdue-funded Lockheed Model 10 Electra, Earhart disappeared over the central Pacific Ocean near Howland Island. Fascination with her life, career and disappearance continues to this day. Thanks to EPIC Voyagers, please visit the website here http://www.epicvoyagers.com/
Author’s website: https://earharttruth.wordpress.com/
This is an excellent interview with my new bud Mike Campbell, a truly honorable man.
Red Ice Radio – Mike Campbell – Hour 1 – The Disappearance of Amelia Earhart: FDR’s Cover-Up
Red Ice TV
Published on Apr 30, 2015
Mike Campbell spent nine years as an active-duty Navy print and broadcast journalist and 21 years as a Navy civilian writer and Air Force public affairs officer. He is the author of With Our Own Eyes: Eyewitnesses to the Final Days of Amelia Earhart, and his second book on the Earhart case, Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, greatly expands upon the important eyewitness accounts of former American GIs who participated in the 1944 Battle of Saipan. Mike begins by explaining how he was assigned to write an article on America’s “First Lady of Flight” in 1988 and subsequently met author Thomas E. Devine during his research, who proclaimed the presence and death of Amelia Earhart and her copilot Fred Noonan on the island of Saipan after their disappearance in July 1937. Mike gives us the two versions of the story behind the vanishing of the most famous woman in the world at this time in history and highlights the sheer magnitude of the lie that has been perpetuated into present day. He talks about Earhart’s bizarre radio behavior on the day of her world famous attempt to circumnavigate the globe, the accounts of a controlled crash-landing of Earhart’s Electra NR16020 in the water off the coast of Mili Atoll seen and corroborated by many natives, and reports of an execution by the Japanese military officials. We look at the climate of the relationship between the US and Japan during this timeframe, and consider the suggestions that Earhart and Noonan were acting as spies. Mike talks about the astronomically expensive search that was conducted by the US Navy and Coast Guard around the Marshall Islands, and new evidence that indicates the US government had already cracked the codes of Japanese intelligence and knew exactly where Earhart was. In the second half, we discuss the establishment’s complete aversion to the truth of the Earhart case, pointing to a top-down cover-up orchestrated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and designed to protect his legacy. Further, Mike connects the dots to many officials and that were involved in the whitewashing and disposal of evidence that served to curtail a US military confrontation with Japan and further solidified the modern Democratic Party. In conclusion, Mike tells us about the forgotten research of Fred Goerner that was swept under the rug during the 1960s along with the legend of Earhart’s Electra landing that is no mystery in Marshallese culture. Author’s website: https://earharttruth.wordpress.com/ http://www.redicecreations.com http://www.redicemembers.com https://twitter.com/rediceradio https://plus.google.com/+Redicecreati… https://www.facebook.com/RedIceCreations Subscribe to Red Ice Radio in iTunes: itpc://www.redicecreations.com/radio/radio.xml Subscribe to Red Ice Radio
For some reason, there is no Hour 2 posted at the Red Ice channel. That irked me no end, so I refused to subscribe, despite their righteously interviewing the only guy telling the truth. Well, in our current time, that is. What, like they can’t upload a second one? pfft. Sorry, but these things bother me…
Anyway, more good info for our education in both history and the government practice of bullshit. Unlike Mike I do use swear words… hey, man, Dorothy Parker is another hero, you dig?
David Grisman Quintet – 10.23.77 – Santa Cruz, CA
Published on Apr 9, 2014
01 Opus 12 00:00
02 Japan 03:20
03 Dawg Patch 06:58
04 Pneumonia 10:54
05 Cedar Hill 17:57
06 Swing 51 22:01
07 Band Introductions 27:14
08 Minor Swing 29:48
09 Barkley’s Bug 33:52
10 Spain 37:09
11 Blue Midnight 44:22
12 Move 48:03
13 Thailand 52:34
14 Dawg’s Bull 01:05:05
15 Limehouse Blues 01:08:07
Oh the diversity! Oh the talent! Oh the Joy!
David Grisman -Acousticity (Full Album)
Published on Oct 24, 2016
David Grisman Acousticity album 1985
1) Acousticity 0:00
2) Dancin’ 3:58
3) Brazillian Breeze 8:20
4) Blue Sky Bop 12:50
5) Dawgalypso 17:40
6) Tango For Django 21:35
7) Ricochet 24:42
8) New Monia 27:03
9) Pamela 33:30
The Quartet – David Grisman, Rob Wasserman, Jim Buchanan, Jon Sholle, Hal Blaine
Simply delicious! Dawg is just so good and this quartet is fantastic.
This amazing photo of the Bubble Nebula was taken to celebrate Hubble’s 26th year in space.
I like blue.
Old & In The Way Reunion “Land of the Navajo”
Published on Dec 31, 2008
Old & In The Way was a bluegrass super group of the 70’s (1973-1974)that included Jerry Garcia, Peter Rowan, Vassar Clements and David Grisman. [And John Kahn! -Ed.] This reunion concert had Herb Pedersen replacing the late Jerry Garcia (banjo) and Bryn Bright on the bass. The reunion concert released the “Old and In The Gray” CD in 2002.
The original band is entwined so deeply in my Heart and Soul that it is one with it. Legendary musicians. And this reunion band is just super, the new guys fit like a glove and they really nail it. The long instrumental is gorgeous… and Vassar… OMG, the best violinist ever in the history of the world, man… he has passed now, too. Let’s just say that Vassar is deeply embedded within my Heart and Soul and I miss him so.
I need to seriously get back into this stuff … bluegrass … this music is where my Soul feels right.
Country Gentlemen – Bringing Mary Home
Published on Jan 6, 2009
Classic Country Gentlemen Reunion at Woodstock 1992
Tears streamin’ down my face… like always.A bit of Forteana in your bluegrass is a beautiful thing.
And my long-time heroes do it so well, don’t they? Man, they are good. Always have been.
The Seldom Scene 1979 – Rider (Bluegrass)
Published on Dec 16, 2007
Members of the 1979 Seldom Scene: John Duffey (Mandolin), Ben Eldridge (Banjo), Mike Auldridge (Dobro), Phil Rosenthal (Guitar), & Tom Gray (Bass)
I am dedicating this post to my dear friends Barbara and the late John Bisset… who actually know these boys personally.
Seldom Scene – Wait a Minute – 1996
Published on Nov 16, 2008
John Duffey sings lead on this clip from 1996 at the Festival of the Bluegrass in Lexington, KY
I have a special place in my heart for these boys… I don’t know, they can just reach right in there, you know?
Down to seeds and stems again blues – Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen
Published on Oct 28, 2010
Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen……………………………………Down to seeds and stems again blues
Yep. This song has always been in the soundtrack of my life. Mostly the seeds and stems part. But the general feel… oh yeah.
The absolutely delicious Lola GT MK6, designed by Eric Broadley.
For reasons unknown it never got much ink, despite it’s actual awesomeness.
Said awesomeness was such that this car became the basis for the legendary and iconic Ford GT40. Just so you know how good this car is…
I always loved it from the bottom of my heart and I still do.
How ’bout them Cortina taillights, eh what?! Heehee!
NRPS – Glendale Train
Published on May 30, 2011
song about a robbery of a train
I bet this uploader is very young. Whether or not that’s true doesn’t matter I think it’s wonderful to have new blood in the world of the Dead. I wonder if he or she knows the full name of the band? Not being awful, I am just enjoying the wonder of youthful disvoery. If my feeling is right, that is.
NRPS – Friend of The Devil
Published on May 30, 2011
Good version of a good Grateful Dead song
I wonder too if he or she knows that this fantastic band is a direct spin off of the Dead and that Jerry Garcia played on stage and in the studio on many of the songs, usually on steel guitar? Oh, bless you, Istofn!
I salute you and thank you kindly for keeping the goodness alive!
This just in!
Guitar Player magazine
A Young Eric Clapton Delivers the Goods for Aretha Franklin in 1967
22-year-old Eric Clapton delivers the goods on an Aretha Franklin classic.
dfanelli 8 hours ago
In December 1967, while he was still a member of Cream, 22-year-old British guitar phenom Eric Clapton was brought into a recording studio in the U.S. and asked to add a guitar part to Franklin’s powerful “Good to Me As I Am to You.”
It represents Clapton’s first official American recording session as a “famous guest guitarist” lending his skills—and, to some degree, his name—to someone else’s recording. That’s Clapton’s guitar—we assume it’s a Gibson of some sort—in the left speaker; note that you might have to turn it up a bit for the full effect.
“Good to Me As I Am to You” was released January 1968 on Franklin’s Lady Soul album. Other musicians on the track include Spooner Oldham (organ), Tommy Cogbill (bass) and Roger Hawkins (drums). Enjoy!
Aretha Franklin – Good to Me as I Am to You
Trip Hop Universe
Published on Mar 27, 2012
Aretha Franklin – Good to Me as I Am to You album: lady soul (1968)
Who knew?! The awesomeness knows no bounds…
Not a one.
The Chicken (Studio Version)
Published on Nov 5, 2012
“Soul Intro/The Chicken” by Jaco Pastorius Got this off the album “Ultimate Jaco Pastorius”
Jaco! OMG, Jaco is bass. Bass is Jaco. Hero!
Maynard Ferguson – Birdland
Published on Jul 31, 2008
Walter Maynard Ferguson, best know for his extreme high register control on trumpet, was a Canadian jazz trumpet player and bandleader. Born in Verdun, Quebec (now part of Montreal) Maynard by the age of four was playing piano and violin but at 9 years of age he switched to cornet. At age thirteen, Maynard first soloed as a child prodigy with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Orchestra and was heard frequently on the CBC, notably featured on a “Serenade for Trumpet in Jazz” written for him by Morris Davis. Maynard won a scholarship to the French Conservatory of Music where he studied from 1943 through 1948 with Bernard Baker. Maynard dropped out of Montreal High School at age 15 to more actively pursue a music career, performing in dance bands led by Stan Wood, Roland David, and Johnny Holmes. During this period, Maynard came to the attention of numerous American bandleaders and began receiving offers to come to the United States. Maynard moved to the United States in 1949 and initially played with the bands of Boyd Raeburn, Jimmy Dorsey, and Charlie Barnet. The Barnet band was notable for a trumpet section that also included Doc Severinsen, Ray Wetzel, Johnny Howell, and Rolf Erickson. When Barnet temporarily retired in 1949 and disbanded his orchestra, Maynard was free to accept an offer to join Stan Kenton’s newly formed Innovations Orchestra, a 40-piece jazz concert orchestra with strings. While the Innovations Orchestra was not commercially successful, it made a number of remarkable recordings, including “Maynard Ferguson,” one of a series of pieces named after featured soloists. When Kenton returned to a more practical 19-piece jazz band, Maynard continued with him. So popular was Maynard with Kenton that for three years running, 1950, 1951, and 1952, he won the Down Beat Readers’ Poll as best trumpeter. In 1953, Maynard left Kenton to become a first-call session player for Paramount Pictures. Ferguson appeared on 46 soundtracks including The Ten Commandments. Ferguson still recorded jazz during this period, but his Paramount contract prevented him from playing jazz clubs. While he enjoyed the regular paycheck, Ferguson was very unhappy with the lack of live performance opportunities and left Paramount in 1956. In 1956, Maynard was tapped to lead the Birdland Dream Band, a 14-piece big band formed by Morris Levy as an “all-star” lineup to play at Levy’s Birdland jazz club in New York City. While the name “Birdland Dream Band” was short-lived and is represented by only two albums, this band became the core of Maynard’s performing band for the next nine years. Following the path taken by many jazz artists in the 1960s, Ferguson left the United States. Feeling that he needed a period of spiritual exploration. Maynard formed a new band and it made its North American debut in 1971. Maynard latched on to the burgeoning jazz education movement by recruiting talented musicians from colleges with jazz programs and targeting young audiences with performances and master classes in high schools. This practical and strategic move helped him develop a strong following that would sustain him for the remainder of his career. In 1988, Maynard formed the group Big Bop Nouveau, a nine-piece band featuring three trumpets, one trombone, two reeds and a three-piece rhythm section. The band’s repertoire included original jazz compositions and modern arrangements of jazz standards, with occasional pieces from his ’70s book and the Birdland Dream Band; this format proved to be successful with audiences and critics. In 1992, he was inducted into the Down Beat Jazz Hall of Fame. Just days after completing a weeklong run at New York’s Blue Note and recording a studio album in New Jersey, Maynard developed an abdominal infection that resulted in kidney and liver failure. Ferguson died on the evening of August 23, 2006 at the Community Memorial Hospital in Ventura, California.
Maynard gives Birdland a whirl… and it is good. Of course! My cuz played bass with Maynard for a good while.
Weather Report – Birdland
This also, is a vitally vital desert island song, ya dig? Featuring the incomparable Jaco Pastorius.
Dave Brubeck – Take Five
Published on Jun 2, 2008
Dave Brubeck – Take Five
A favorite among the favorites in my favorites pile. This song gets me deep down inside.
Oh God I love this.
Booker T & the M G ‘s – Green Onions (Original / HQ audio)
Published on Sep 4, 2009
Exactly what the title says. 🙂
Mick Jagger in Vienna, 1973, by Anwar Hussein. Nice shoes, man.
What fabulosity is this?
Joe South – Gabriel (Rare) (Psychedelic Gospel Rock)
Published on May 12, 2014
Rare Joe South psychedelia!
Joe South – Coming Down All Alone (brilliant song!)
Published on Jun 14, 2016At last one of Joe South’s best songs has been uploaded on Youtube. The song is the opening track on his 1972 album ”A Look Inside”. (I didn’t have access to the original vinyl album or CD release when I uploaded the song, but I hope this sounds OK anyway.)
An insight into the aftermath of addiction and the tragedy thtat rips lives apart. Very powerful. Joe was such a brilliant man. He moved upstairs way too soon.
“Games People Play” – Joe South – 1969
Published on Feb 24, 2007
Make sure to visit www.joesouth.com
There is also a wikipedia.org page on “The Games People Play” that has some great info on the song. The lyrics below are from that site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Games_Pe…)
“Games People Play” is a song written, composed and performed by singer/song-writer Joe South. In 1968, the song was released on Joe’s debut album: Introspect. It won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1970. The song has been covered by Jerry Lee Lewis, Tesla, The Georgia Satellites, Big Tom and The Mainliners, Bill Haley and His Comets, The Tremeloes, Johnny Johnson & the Bandwagon, Ike and Tina Turner, Dreadzone, Hank Williams Jr., Inner Circle as well as others. It was also mentioned in the Brian Wilson song “Games Two Can Play” from his unreleased album Adult Child.
Noteably, in Singapore circa 1969, an instrumental version showed-up on a single by The White Crane Orchestra. The reggae band Inner Circle also released a cover version which was quite popular in Europe for a while in the mid-90s. In 2006, it was covered by Jools Holland on his album Moving Out to the Country with guest vocalist Marc Almond. The Scottish singer, Dick Gaughan, covered it on his album A Different Kind of Love Song.
Whoa–the games people play now.
Every night and every day now.
Never meanin’ what they say now.
Never sayin’ what they mean.
While they wile away the hours
in their ivory towers,
’till they’re covered-up with flowers
in the back of a black limousine.
La, da, da da, da-da da;
La, da, da da, da-da de…
talkin’ ’bout you-n-me
and the games people play–now.
Whoa we make one another cry,
break a heart then we say goodbye;
cross our hearts and we hope to die
that the other was to blame.
But neither one will ever give-in,
so we gaze at an eight-by-ten
thinkin’ ’bout the things that might have been
and it’s a dirty rotten shame.
People walkin’-up to ya,
singin’ glory hallelujah
‘n’ they’re tryin’ ta sock it to ya,
in the name of the Lord.
They’re gonna teach you how to meditate,
read your horoscope, cheat your fate.
And furthermore to Hell with hate
Come-on and get-on board.
Look-around tell me what you see.
What’s a-happenin’ to you and me?
God grant me the serenity to jus’ remember who I am.
’cause you’ve given-up your sanity
for your pride and your vanity,
turn your back on humanity;
Oh and you don’t give a da da da da da.
[Chorus x 3]
I loved it then… I love it even more now. Still 100% true and relevant.
I have never heard anything by the late Joe South that I didn’t like. Rest In Peace, Sir.
A brilliant singer/songwriter and guitarist, who was so terribly underrated. He did great session work, too, check the credits on Chain of Fools by Aretha.
Australian anti-aircraft gun in action at Tobruk during an air raid at night. Gun flashes provide the only lighting for this photograph.
Out in a far away land, in the middle of the desert, at night. While planes are dropping bombs on you. Not a good way to spend your evenings, but sometimes necessary. Because humans suck. And they also let elite fat cats order them to go and die so they can have another yacht or two.
Lord make it stop.
She’s moved upstairs. Nice write up with her background history at Ultimate Classic Rock.
A canny ability to blend soaring gospel and soul-deep R&B, city attitude with country values, gritty feminism and stark emotion transformed Franklin into a towering figure in popular music. “No one can copy her,” Jerry Wexler, Franklin’s legacy-defining Atlantic Records producer, memorably argued. “She’s all alone in her greatness.”
Chain Of Fools
Aretha Franklin – Topic
Published on Feb 9, 2017
Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group
Chain Of Fools · Aretha Franklin
Aretha’s Gold ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.
Acoustic Guitar: Jimmy Johnson
Backing Vocals: Ellie Greenwich
Backing Vocals: Erma Franklin
Backing Vocals: The Sweet Inspirations
Bass Guitar: Tommy Cogbill
Drums: Roger Hawkins
Guitar: Joe South
Organ: Spooner Oldham
Piano, Vocals: Aretha Franklin
Producer: Jerry Wexler
Arranger: Alex Shaw
Writer: Don Covay
Auto-generated by YouTube.
Hey! She’s bringin’ Soul to all them Souls!
I hope you feel like this lovely girl must do for a smile like that. I am not quite that happy, especially as I messed up earlier (social boneheaded idiot, you know), but I am doing pretty well for a welcome change.
This is due to my discovery that setting my environmental controls in a certain way allows me to have once again, the bizarre dreams that I used to when I quit cigarettes years ago and when I had run out of ganja. I had chain smoked it and it shut off my dreaming. I hadn’t even realized, to be honest, which I find unusual.
I think if I can discipline myself to not chain it, I could enjoy the wonderfulness of the gift God’s given us again without the dulling. I had never noticed any dulling before, but then again I’d never done it like that before.
My dreams can really be out there. My Type II has me getting up every so often to pee but the dreams can usually be continued through much of the night. Which is fantastic.
Another result of the change is that my periods of sleep between interruptions has increased in duration, which, naturally, is fabulous. Feeling the positive effects of that, too.
The awesomeness knows no bounds.
Oh. Yes. Sorry!
The environmental change was turning the A/C off at night so it was not noticeably cold in the room but not warm enough to sweat. Also turned off the path directing fan in the living room, for noise and the bedroom fan to low, also for noise.