Donegal International Rally 2011 (

Flyin Finn Motorsport
Published on Jun 23, 2011

Highlights from 3 days and recorded with 3 cameras and kerb cam clips. A long enjoyable weekend. Remember if you want a dvd just featuring your car over the weekend contact me at [email protected]

Galway Summer Rally 2011 (

Flyin Finn Motorsport
Published on Aug 29, 2011

Sorry about the Jumping logo at start but it by no means takes anything away from the action on this video, With the King Of The Mk2 award to fight for the Galway Summer Rally saw some great sideways action. Full dvd features all the cars and action.

Check out our website: Follow us on youtube:… Or on Facebook:!/g…

Some fine goings on to give you all a thrill.

Nothing like a good rally to get things flowing.



Peter Green – White Sky ( Full Album ) 1982

Published on Mar 13, 2014

Peter Green – White Sky ( Full Album ) 1982

1 Time For Me To Go
2 Shining Star
3 The Clown
4 White Sky (Love That Evil Woman)
5 It’s Gonna Be Me
6 Born On The Wild Side
7 Fallin’ Apart
8 Indian Lover
9 Just Another Guy

Artwork By [Sleeve Illustration] — Wally Marsh
Bass Guitar — Larry Steele
Drums — Reg Isadore
Executive Producer — Peter Cormack
Guitar [Lead], Vocals, Producer — Peter Green
Keyboards — Webster Johnson
Percussion — Jeff Whittaker
Producer — Geoff Robinson
Recorded By, Mixed By — Simon Heyworth
Words By, Music By — M. D. Green……

I do not own anything all rights reserved to Peter Green , this video is for entertainment purposes only, i own nothing !

This is a nice record.

Very complimentary to the odd state of my mind / brain connection. Which is kinda glitchy lately.


Not a productive day. I swear there is some sort of demon, existing mostly my more Æthereal bits, who senses when I am just about ready to pounce on a day and the immediately sits upon me and then snuffs the energy back down – with a “pail” of sorts (or some such device like that there).

Gotta trip it up somehow. GOT TO!

No, really, this is important. For me.

Gotta get movin.’



NEW * Wichita Lineman Glen Campbell HQ {Stereo}

Published on Aug 8, 2017

Live Performance Edited/Synced with Studio Audio by Smurfstools 1968….#3 U.S. Billboard Hot 100, #7 UK Singles Chart, #1 Canada, #15 Australia
A fitting tribute to a great man. Solo performer, ex-Beach Boy and member of The Wrecking Crew. Gone, but NEVER forgotten. Well done, Sammy.

This vid has excellent audio quality and as such is truly fitting and proper for such a wonderful man and such a wonderful, hauntingly beautiful song.

It will, I tell you, forever have a special place in my heart as will Glen himself.  Whenever this came on the radio way back when, it took my focus completely… and that was not a problem, believe me.

Such beautiful memories.

And my God, what a brave man, to keep playing concerts even as his dementia took him down. You can bet your ass he is in God’s band.

You dig?



I Aint Broke But I’m Badly Bent

Published on Nov 17, 2009Old and in the Way, That High Lonesome Sound — visit — visit

Best damn bluegrass band ever.



Canned Heat – Going Up The Country 1970

Published on May 3, 2015

Canned Heat – Going Up The Country 1970

I’m going up the country, babe, don’t you wanna go?
I’m going up the country, babe, don’t you wanna go?
I’m going to some place where I’ve never been before

I’m going, I’m going where the water tastes like wine
I’m going where the water tastes like wine
We can jump in the water, stay drunk all the time


I’m gonna leave this city, got to get away
I’m gonna leave this city, got to get away
All this fussing and fighting, man, you know I sure can’t stay

Now baby, pack your leaving trunk, you know we’ve got to leave today
Just exactly where we’re going I cannot say, but
We might even leave the USA
‘Cause there’s a brand new game that I don’t want to play


No use of you running, or screaming and crying
‘Cause you’ve got a home as long as I’ve got mine


Ah, memories.

Sometimes I wish I had lived a life where I was not so coddled and protected so I could know in a deeper way what things mean deep down. I would havw also made me much less of a circus freak and more of a person people would want to hang out with.

I have never known that, although I have a handful of friends who occasionally brave my presence for hours on end! But, they always end.

That is the same problem that books have. They end.

Madonne, how about that for digressing! Jeez.

Ah, Canned Heat… they were … fabulous. Sweet. Mellow. Musical. Meaningful. On point. And just plain Good.



Classic FM

Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 7:06amJanuary 3 at 7:06am

Bach’s Toccata & Fugue in D minor from harpist Amy Turk

You can support Amy’s projects here 👉

Sweetness. Yes, folks, I like the classics, too.

You have been warned. 🙂



Sons of the Pioneers “Tumbling Tumble Weeds”

Published on Feb 27, 2008

Sons of the Pioneers singing “Tumbling Tumble Weeds”

Sons of the Pioneers – Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1934 original recording)

Published on Oct 1, 2016

Although one of the most famous songs associated with the Sons of the Pioneers, it was composed by Bob Nolan in the 1930s while working as a caddy in Los Angeles. Originally titled “Tumbling Tumble Leaves” the song was renamed Tumbling Tumbleweeds and rose to fame with the 1935 Gene Autry film of the same name.

The tumbleweeds are from facebook, via he who takes care of me, yep, our Frank, along with the first song!

Later other facebookers posted the rolling weeds, too…

The second song I searched for through a few Sons vids, because, well, the dang dude got me going and I love them to death (having been weaned on them) and look, Gol Dang It, I found the very first one!

There are a ton of others, these are the ones you guys deserve though… best of the best, yeah?



“Off The Rails” (Crazy Train / Crazy In Love / Black Beatles /…

Hailey Knox

Monday, June 12, 2017 at 1:42pm

Off The Rails mash-up video with Ashlee Juno-Guitarist is out now! 🎸❤️ Music Crowns

Crazy Train//Crazy In Love//Black Beatles//Fancy

More delicious sounds provided by our dear friend Frank.



The Rolling Stones – One Hit (To The Body) – OFFICIAL PROMO

The Rolling Stones
Published on Sep 18, 2012

The official promo video from the Rolling Stones’ 1986 single ‘One Hit (To The Body)’.

‘One Hit (To The Body)’ was the second single from the album Dirty Work, and was written by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood. The song features Mick Jagger on lead vocals, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood on guitar and backing vocals, Charlie Watts on drums and percussion and Bill Wyman on bass guitar, along with Jimmy Page on guitar, and Bobby Womack, Patti Scialfa, Don Covay and Kirsty MacColl on backing vocals.

The song was produced by Steve Lillywhite and the Glimmer Twins.
The video was directed by Russell Mulcahy, who has also directed promo videos for the likes of Duran Duran, Elton John, Queen, Billy Joel, Rod Stewart, Bonnie Tyler, AC/DC and Fleetwood Mac. Mulcahy also directed the hugely successful Highlander series.
You fell out of the clear blue sky
To the darkness below
The smell of your flesh excites me
My blood starts to flow
So help me god
You burst in in a blaze of light
You unzippered the dark
One kiss took my breath away
One look lights up the stars
And it’s it’s one hit to the body
It comes straight from the heart
One hit to the body
Sure went straight to the mark
So help me god
It’s one shot when you love me
One shot when you leave me
I don’t need no security
I just need some peace
And it’s one hit to the body
It comes straight from the heart
One voice calls out my name

It sure went straight to the mark

The article from whence I found this… at Guitar World

If you’ve ever wondered how it would sound if Jimmy Page were in the Rolling Stones in the mid Eighties, you’ve just stumbled upon the answer. “One Hit (to the Body),” a Top 40 Rolling Stones hit from 1986, features the Led Zeppelin co-founder on lead guitar.

The song’s Russell Mulcahy-directed music video, above, shows Keith Richards skulking around an industrial, Mad Max-style warehouse with a double-bound Fender Tele during the guitar solo (2:27). Well, at least they got the guitar right—Page (who is not shown at all in the clip) is obviously playing his B-bender-equipped Tele—the one he’s holding on the cover of the July 1986 issue of Guitar World magazine (shown below). Page was using his B-bender a lot back then; it’s heard on his mid-Eighties recordings with the Firm and the Honeydrippers, not to mention Led Zeppelin’s In Through the Out Door.

“I installed StringBenders in two of Jimmy Page’s guitars—one in a Tele and one in a Les Paul,” Gene Parsons, creator/designer of the Parsons/White StringBender, told me last month. “I think he always appreciated [Byrds guitarist and B-bender pioneerClarence White and might have even been a fan. It must have been that ‘Clarence sound’ that convinced him to have the StringBenders installed.”

Anyway, why did this unlikely recording session even happen? Good question! Page was close to the Stones—geographically speaking—right around the time of Live Aid in July 1985. His guitar contribution was the result of a brief session with Ronnie Wood after Page asked to hear what the band was working on. The song, which reached Number 38 on the U.S. charts, was featured on the Stones’ 1986 album, Dirty Work, which sold an impressive 4 million copies worldwide.

As any good Stones fan knows, “One Hit (to the Body)” wasn’t the first time Page recorded with (or for) the band. Page, who was a full-time session guitarist before joining the Yardbirds in 1966, appears on an early—and unused—version of “Heart of Stone,” which was recorded in July 1964 (with drummer Clem Cattini sitting in for Charlie Watts). The recording, which you can hear above, represents an early stab at blending country with R&B; it was recorded a full four years before the Byrds’ country version of William Bell’s “You Don’t Miss Your Water.” It eventually appeared on Metamorphosis in 1975.

By the way, Wood and Richards also play guitar on “One Hit (to the Body)”; that’s Wood playing the acoustic intro. The song is even credited to Mick Jagger, Richards and Wood—a rarity.

And what about all those fake punches and nasty looks between Jagger and Richards in the music video? Well, that’s an example of art imitating life; the duo weren’t really getting along at the time (something to do with Jagger deciding to launch a solo career—and releasing She’s the Boss in 1985; incidentally, She’s the Boss features Page’s Yardbirds buddy, Jeff Beck, on guitar).

Anyway, I hope you’ve enjoyed this blast from the past. There will be more…

Jimmy Page asked Gene Parsons to install a Parsons/White B-bender in his Fender Telecaster in the Seventies. Page is holding the guitar on the July 1986 cover of Guitar World.Jimmy Page asked Gene Parsons to install a Parsons/White B-bender in his Fender Telecaster in the Seventies. Page is holding the guitar on the July 1986 cover of Guitar World.
Guitar WorldJimmy Page performance photo ( homepage): Clive Rose/Getty Images



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Jeez I never meant to put the whole thing in … it just … did it!



Surprise Guitar Try Out — Lady store customer

Published on Nov 6, 2017

This lady caused some jaws to drop, trying out a guitar in the store.
This is Paula Jo Taylor in Nashville, TN.
Quite a picker!

Yeah, baby!

Paula Jo Taylor, I love you!



I count my lucky stars a lot because I am one lucky boy, regardless of how my local situation is at the moment.

I have this lady friend see, she’s a model… no really she’s a model for real, yeah, like Zoë and Anastasia.

She’s Italian. Ooh, I know.

Her name’s Lorenza Lorenzi and she just started a new page, MIRA Real Superstar, on facebook.

She is really sweet so you better treat her nice or I will find you …

Look at her and melt 🙂






… give her page some love.

And if you are a photographer, give her a booking or maybe three!

Mille grazie.



I have spent long, grueling hours gathering evidence in support of the opinion held by some people that holds that the Z4 GT3 can indeed go up hills of significant size and will not, as suggested by others, wheeze and leave volk stranded at the bottom. The Z4 GT3 is a motorized conveyance; conceived and constructed by tiny, adorable gnomes in handcrafted lederhosen at the Bavarian Motor Works, located in München, deep in Freistaat Bayern, itself located in beautiful southern Deutschland.

I have located three compilations of events that show a series of fairly competent attempts to reach the top of the respective hills. Here they are:

Hillclimb Monster BMW Z4 GT3, 600HP with open exhaust! René Aeberhardt, full Onboard @Gurnigel 2015

Published on Sep 8, 2016

BMW Z4 GT3 4.4 V8 Monster // 600Hp NA Pure Rumbling Sound

HillClimb Monsters
Published on Oct 30, 2017

Jan Milon has used on the 2017 Season of the European HillClimb Chanpionship a beautiful BMW Z4 in GT3 spec. With around 600Hp from the 4.4 Naturally Apirated V8 the German introduced quite a brutal presence and sound to each event it entered.

BMW Z4 GT3 – Hill Climb Verzegnis 2017 ☆PURE SOUND

Published on Dec 17, 2017

Marco Iacoangeli in his insane SOUND Monster BMW Z4 GT3 at Hill Climb Verzegnis 2017 HCF-Video Nr: 489 #HillClimbFans original #NeverStopClimbing visit, like and follow us: website: webshop: facebook: instagram: twitter:

So, I think that sews that line of questioning right up.



Diana Griffin Ennis is with KC Fish and Sara Morgan at Carl Butler’s Gospel Lounge.

I am such a lucky boy!

Frank S Petrilli shared Ferd Di Ubaldo’s post.

Iggy, check this out!

Ferd Di Ubaldo shared Diana Griffin Ennis’s video to the group: Samantha Fish Fans.

I’ve been looking for this, Samantha Fish with Sara Morgan unplugged and incognito. ‘Go Home’, 2015

This is really sweet. Sammi is a darling for helping out.

If only I was a few thousand years younger…

And gosh, if it wasn’t for Frank, I am so scatter-brained and absent-minded I would simply miss the whole entirety of it. Of this there is no doubt.

Ah well.




Peter Green – Little Dreamer ( Full Album ) 1980

Published on Mar 9, 2014

Peter Green – Little Dreamer ( Full Album ) 1980

1 – Loser Two Times 00:00
2 – Momma Don’tcha Cry 04:35
3 – Born Under a Bad Sign 08:02 (Booker T. Jones, William Bell)
4 – I Could Not Ask For More 11:03
5 – Baby When the Sun Goes Down 16:05
6 – Walkin’ the Road 21:44
7 – One Woman Love 25:37
8 – Cryin’ Won’t Bring You Back 31:12
9 – Little Dreamer 36:21 (Peter Green, M. Green)

Peter Green — guitar, vocals, harmonica
Ronnie Johnson — rhythm guitar
Roy Shipston — organ
Paul Westwood — bass guitar
John ‘Rhino’ Edwards — bass guitar on track 5
Kuma Harada — bass guitar on track 7
Dave Mattacks — drums
Morris Pert — percussion
Peter Vernon-Kell — piano
Pam Douglas — backing vocals on tracks 1 & 5
Carol Ingram — backing vocals on tracks 1 & 5
Produced by Peter Vernon-Kell

A very sweet Bio at the Fleetwood Mac site……

I do not own anything all rights reserved to Peter Green , this video is for entertainment purposes only, i own nothing !

Ahhh… the Lord playeth !



Eric Clapton – If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day Live From Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004

Published on May 13, 2011

Eric Clapton – If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day
Live From Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004

Oh I do love this song. It’s got one of the catchy-est guitar parts in ages…I mean just ages!

This is a tune written by the master Robert Johnson and Eric can, I would venture to say, feel what Robert was feeling. Or pretty darn close!

But that’s just part of what makes Eric Eric.

It’s in there, ya dig?



Peter Green – In The Skies ( Full Album ) 1979

Published on Mar 13, 2014

Peter Green – In The Skies ( Full Album ) 1979

01. In The Skies 00:00
02. Slabo Day 3:51
03. A Fool No More 9:03
04. Tribal Dance 16:50
05. Seven Stars 21:20
06. Funky Chunk 24:31
07. Just For You 28:47
08. Proud Pinto 33:27
09. Apostle 37:08

Bass — Kuma Harada (tracks: 1 to 8 )
Congas — Lennox Langton (tracks: 1, 4, 7, 8 )
Drums — Godfrey MacLean (tracks: 8 ), Reg Isidore (tracks: 1 to 7 )
Electric Piano — Peter Bardens (tracks: 4 , 6 )
Lead Guitar — Snowy White (tracks: 1, 2 )
Lyrics By — J. S. Green (tracks: 1, 5 , 7 ), P. A. Green (tracks: 3 )
Music By — P. A. Green
Organ [Hammond] — Peter Bardens (tracks: 1, 2)
Producer — Peter Vernon-Kell
Rhythm Guitar — Snowy White (tracks: 3, 4, 6 , 7 , 9 )
Vocals, Guitar — Peter Green
Recorded in England at Lansdowne, Morgan, Vineyard, Ramport & Advision Studios. ………

I do not own anything all rights reserved to Peter Green , this video is for entertainment purposes only, i own nothing !

There ain’t no one or nothin’ like Peter Green…



Peter Green – Fool No More

Published on Dec 22, 2011

Peter Green with a most beautiful performance.


Yes, I’ve packed up my clothes
I’m moving away from your door
Lord, I’ve packed up my clothes
Said, I’m moving away from your door
I’ve been your fool for so long
Babe, I won’t play that fool no more

I gave you all my money
I work as hard as I can
I came home early one morning
I found you with another man
Babe, I’ve packed up my clothes
I’m moving away from your door
Said, I’ve been your fool for so long
And lord, I won’t play that fool no more
So good-bye baby
You don’t even care
Yes, I had a love so strong for you
But you treat me so unfair
Said, I’ve packed up my clothes
I’m moving away from your door
You know, I’ve been your fool for so long
And babe, I won’t play that fool no more

Peter Green, the man our heroes; Eric, Jimi and B.B.; were in awe of and looked up to as their blues guitar hero.

Dude’s playing is just so on the mark, the songwriting, the passion in his singing… it’s all in there, all packed together!

Greenie’s soul, it would appear, is the Blues.

I really hope that the man is enjoying his retirement to the fullest extent the force can muster. And nowt can out-muster the force. Aye.



Joe Bonamassa with Beth Hart – I’ll Take Care of You

Published on Mar 30, 2012

Live at the New York Beacon Theatre. 5 November 2011
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Sublime. These two make a really good team.



George Harrison My Sweet Lord

Published on Jul 11, 2013

George knew the deal … the real deal.

George Harrison -“Om Hare Om (Gopala Krishna)”

Published on Feb 24, 2011

George Harrison “Om Hare Om (Gopala Krishna)”

Mister Harrison was, quite simply, not only brilliant, but one of the most beautiful people to ever walk this earth.

Thank God we have his wonderful music to guide us through the turmoil that is life.

I am not religious in the sense that most people think that term means. I do, however, believe strongly in the force, to borrow a term from a series of nifty films, which is the energy that connects every single particle in this universe … and in every other universe out there as well. It can be good or it can be not so good, the nature of the waves in our vicinity depends on the energy our souls make.

Our souls are incredible and fantastically incomprehensible active bright spots within this sea of endless, seamless energy … basically, if our minds are good, then our local force will be as well.

Simple as that. Works. Try It.

Dig it, man.



Muddy Waters – Mannish Boy (audio)

Published on Feb 26, 2016

Music video by Muddy Waters performing Mannish Boy (audio). (C) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Muddy Waters – Champagne & Reefer

K. Christensen
Published on Jan 25, 2008

Mr. Morganfield

Yeah bring me champagne when I’m thirsty.
Bring me reefer when I want to get high.
Yeah bring me champagne when I’m thirsty.
Bring me reefer when I want to get high.
Well you know when I’m lonely
Bring my woman set her right down here by my side.
Well you know there should be no law on people that want to smoke a little dope.
Well you know there should be no law on people that want to smoke a little dope.
Well you know it’s good for your head
And it relax your body don’t you know.

Everytime I get high
I lay my head down on my baby’s breast.
Well you know I lay down be quiet
Tryin’ to take my rest.
Well you know she done hug and kiss me
Says Muddy your one man that I love the best.
I’m gonna get high
Gonna get high just as sure as you know my name.
Y’know I’m gonna get so high this morning
It’s going to be a cryin’ shame.
Well you know I’m gonna stick with my reefer

Ain’t gonna be messin’ round with no cocaine.

Amen, Muddy.




Keely Smith – Don’t Take Your Love From Me

Lucius Bossio
Published on Jan 30, 2015

From “The Big Night” soundtrack. Fantastic movie, fantastic soundtrack. Couldn’t handle that this song is nowhere to be found on the web; whether it be purchasable, stream-able, or pirate-able; it is nowhere to be found. I actually purchased this album years ago because it is so fantastic. Although it is tough to find please purchase somewhere if you enjoy :). Also, check out the movie, you won’t be disappointed.

Suggested by our dear Frank – and it is a fine suggestion as I am certain you will agree on listening. Frank was speaking about Miss Smith’s relationship with another Frank, (a Frank of the Sinatran variety) and about how this lovely young lady could easily outdrink the legendary Chairman of the Board.

I think thats f-ing cool, man.

Sorry, I just do.

World needs more ladies like that.

A lot more.



“Last September” SAMANTHA FISH BAND – 6/6/15 FTC

Published on Jun 7, 2015

StageOne – Fairfield Theatre Company /Fairfield, CT

Samantha Fish – guitar & vocals;
Chris Alexander – bass;
Go-Go Ray – drums.

“Wild Heart” – NEW release.

Order here: https://samantha-fish-merchandise.mys…

*Filmed in 1080p HD by Joan Mallotides aka BluesBroad

This song is really sweet as it is a bit different from the usual fare in it’s style …

I further think, with the utmost confidence, that you will be pleasantly surprised at the delightful sonic waves soon to caressing those cute little eardrums of yours.



Samantha Fish – Down In The Swamp

Published on Sep 11, 2011

Artist: Samantha Fish Track: Down In The Swamp Album: Runaway I do not own any copyrights.

What a nice tune to spend the 6 o’ clock hour with.

I’ve not been to sleep yet.

Should fix that!



Keb’ Mo’ / Am I Wrong

Francesco Renna
Published on Nov 8, 2011

Official website: Purchase at

Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: Keb’ Mo’ is a blues album by Keb’ Mo’, it was released in 2003 as part of Martin Scorsese’s The Blues documentary series.


Keb Mo Love Blues

J Moore
Published on May 27, 2016

Two highlights among quite a few that caught my ear this eve.

I’ll catch you up, but it’s gone 3am, so I should, maybe, wind down.



Caldonia / Louis Jordan

Elwood Yodogawa
Published on Aug 28, 2008

ロックンロールの源流になった名曲です。 1959年にビル・ヘイリーもカバーしています。
google translation
It is classic that became a source of rock ‘n’ roll. Also covers Bill Haley in 1959.

I love this song. And this artist.

it has a very special meaning for me…

I post it here on on Christmas Eve because it is my Mom’s favorite song, God rest her loving Soul.

I love you, Mommy.




Be on the lookout for Santa’s favourite Elf, FishElf, spreading Christmas cheer all over the world. Samantha Fish with Chris Alexander and Go Go Ray.

Ferd Di Ubaldo to Samantha Fish Fans

Appearing here for all of us via my dear friend Frank Petrilli, stage and screen director extraordinaire!

I am starting to realize just exactly how blessed I really am … and it is mind-blowing … and if a right proper a$$h∅!e like me enjoys such treasures, I implore you to look at your life and see just how blessed you are! Be amazed!


It is everything and it is all that matters.



ZZ Top – La Grange

Michael Baker
Published on Jan 17, 2010

La Grange by ZZ Top with lyrics! Please comment and rate!


Rumour spreadin’ a-’round in that Texas town
’bout that shack outside La Grange
and you know what I’m talkin’ about.
Just let me know if you wanna go
to that home out on the range.
They gotta lotta nice girls ah.

Have mercy.
A haw, haw, haw, haw, a haw.
A haw, haw, haw.

Well, I hear it’s fine if you got the time
and the ten to get yourself in.
A hmm, hmm.
And I hear it’s tight most ev’ry night,
but now I might be mistaken.
hmm, hmm, hmm.

Ah have mercy.

Heroes… these guys got it all.

Here we are doing this tune:




Eric Johnson – Cliffs of Dover

Live from Austin, TX. December 14, 1988
* Eric Johnson – Guitar
* Kyle Brock – Bass Guitar
* Tommy Taylor – drums

I can only say that it has simply been way, way too long since I have posted this delightful proof of our specie’s brilliance.

Mr. Johnson is inspirational.

I am lucky to have heard him play this in concert.