Jaco Pastorius Band – “So What?” TV show Belgium (1985) [Remastered]
Jan 19, 2020
Jaco Pastorius: Bass, Keys, Perc
Paco Sery: Drums
Jon Davis: Piano
Paul Mousavizadeh: Guitar
Azar Lawrence: Sax, Perc
Toots Thielemans: Harmonica *
Michel Hatzi Georgiou: Bass **
01. Dolphin Dance 00:00
02. If You Could See Me Now 10:59
03. drum solo 15:40
04. drum + sax solo19:38
05. Three Views of a Secret 25:51 *
06. bass solo 33:12
07. Continuum 33:45 **
08. America 37:18 **
09. Twins 41:40
10. Liberty City 42:51
Oh, man! Jaco! Fantabulous! Ain’;t NObody like Jaco, man…
‘Urville,’ by Jane and Louise Wilson, back in 2006.
Tentacle Monster, by Eryk Szczygieł (TyphonArt), via DeviantArt.
zoe_cw I feel like I got more curves since the whole 30 thing.
Zoë is simply amazing. No doubt about it.
A Berkeley 3-wheeler sportwagen with a travel trailer.
Probably not the best mix.
But a stylish one…
All hail the mighty Berkeley Cars Ltd of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England!
Mr. Jean Reinhardt (23 January 1910 – 16 May 1953), known by his stage name, Django Reinhardt.
DIANA RIGG #2 TV SEX BOMB feature
Jan 2, 2008
Diana’s entry in Channel 4’s TOP TV SEX BOMBS List, interviewees include Patrick Macnee, Honor Blackman, Linda Thorson and Brian Clemens
Number 2?! No. No. No. No no no.
Diana Rigg is and always will be my ultimate dream girl… and especially in her role as Mrs. Emma Peel.
No one can replace this Goddess in my heart or mind. She is just absolutely perfect.
Audio-Technica. Excellent stuff.
So pretty, these cars… and so strong.
The famous Jody Scheckter, who, along with Ed Swart, drove this Chevron B19 to a win at the Lorenco Marques in 1971.
The pic is by Ian Simpson.
A lovely 1960s Universal Audio desk refurbished by @funkyjunkltd
“Gypsy Rover” — Tracy Newman
Aug 28, 2015
This is from a 1965 PBS series called “What’s New” which was shot at Brooklyn College. Tracy Newman did 6 half hour shows.
I so love Tracy Newman… she’s so fine. Truly a treasure!
Artworks by the Japanese manga artist known primarily as Kazuo Kamimura. He was around from 1940 to 1986.
The 366th Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW), “The Gunfighters” in Viet Nam flying the Mcdonnell F-4 Phantom II out of Da Nang Air Base, Vietnam.
1968 Jaguar Mark 2
Photos by Buurtschap from 2005
Relax by The Photo Fiend
Jan 25, 2017
Follow Sarah on IG: @sarah.nunn
Alfa Romeo T23 Stradale Zagato
1949 Saoutchik Delahaye 175S Roadster
1935, it was … and suddenly there appeared this fabulous Marconi-Stille Tape Recorder!
A pretty Porsche 908/3, with Jo Siffert and Brian Redman taking turns piloting it. They finished in first place.
Vittorio Matteo Corcos (Italian, 4 October 1859 – 8 November 1933)
La signora con ombrellino, 1884
Craig Bennett piloting a beautiful 1974 Shadow DN4.
Pultec EQP-1A Program Equalizer by Pulse Techniques.
Holy of Holies.
Courtesy: Vintage King Audio
Floating Away by Maia Flore
A Home At The End Of The World by RHADS
Lotus Europa spotted at an unassuming Pennsylvania gas station.
“Our desert is full of mystery and magic
One has those rock mushrooms
This photo is for the Milky Way over the desert
It’s another experience
Try to imagine it”
— Sohaila Hussein
Ogre battle by Tim Mcburnie
Center-Seat Porsche 550 Spyder
Noli me tangere (John 20:1), 1967, Salvador Dali
The Glamorous Invisible Girl by Jack Kirby
Saatchi Art — Artist Thomas Saliot; Painting, “Color close up.”
Army of Darkness character art by Ash Williams for The Evil Dead.
The River Styx by igorivart @deviantart
Thank you so much for everything!
Jack Somack – Spicy Meatball – AlkaSeltzer
Sep 14, 2009
HERE’S ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS TV COMMERCIALS OF ALL TIME! The ground-breaking Alka Seltzer commercial from 1969, a commercial-within-a-commercial showing a series of supposed out-takes, this hilarious spot stars Jack Somack as a hapless commercial actor being forced to eat spicy meatballs in take after take, with an unfortunately increasing gastric price to pay!
One of the best moments ever in the history of television… I love just as much now as I did then!
The Brain from Planet Arous, 1957